Europe is under demographic siege, and France is the keystone of Europe.
Sarkozy appears to understand the problem.
When he told Le Monde two years ago that
“we live in a world where people don’t all have the same scruples,”
he was restating a view deeply odious to the Kantian-liberal mindset: that it is impossible for all cultures and creeds to subscribe to a one-world, “universal morality,” and that those groups that embrace it will inevitably be displaced by those that do not.
Jean Raspail said the same thing when he warned that Westerners are doomed irretrievably to extinction in the century to come, if they hold fast to their utopian delusions:
“No other race subscribes to these moral principles — if that is really what they are — because they are weapons of self-annihilation.”
This key insight is essential in a Western leader, especially one who leads a country with a higher percentage of Muslim immigrants and their offspring than any other developed country in the world. Sarkozy is unlikely to reiterate this insight so openly any time soon, but it is comforting to know that this is what he thinks.
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