Jean Renaud Gabriel Camus, co-founder and President of the National Council of European Resistance, is a French writer known for having coined the phrase "Great replacement" -- referring to the reported colonization of Western Europe by immigrants from North Africa and the Middle East.
Renaud Camus. (Image source: Renaud Camus/Wikimedia Commons)
Grégoire Canlorbe: "Replacement" is, you say, the ideology of the world superclass. Do you see in Emmanuel Macron an agent of the "world superclass"?
Renaud Camus: Ah yes: the best. This is the man from Davos. Indeed, he sets in with great strides what I call the "Direct Davocracy," the direct management of the human park by the banks, the stateless financiers, and the multinationals.
One only has to observe the systematic and hasty neutralization of the middle political stratum: the return to their homes of all the French political figures who have been in the spotlight for thirty years; a government of hangers-on; a parliamentary majority of dazed puppets; the constant reduction in the advantages of a political career.... one would not be able to enumerate all, this is never-ending. The state is being destroyed stone by stone for the benefit of major investors.
Canlorbe: The assassination of Holocaust survivor Mireille Knoll  is a testament to the threat weighing upon every Jew in France. Is the current government deceitful when it claims to fight anti-Semitism?
Camus: I do not know if it is deceitful, probably a little...Europe persists in expiating, or believing they are expiating, the horrors inflicted on Jews during the last war by importing onto its territory millions of people, who, as soon as they are here, have nothing more urgent than to inflict horrors on Jews. Racism turned Europe into a field of ruins; anti-racism is making it a hate-filled slum. In both instances, the first victims are the Jews.
Canlorbe: You are both a founding member and the President of the National Council of European Resistance. In the face of Macron's Europe, what do you do you intend to promote?
Renaud Camus: Mass-migrants are viewed as such only from the point of view of their native compatriots. Too often, for us, by their number, by their behavior, by their growing attachment to their cultures, manners and religion of origin, they have become, with a few exceptions, invaders, conquerors, and colonizers. One is released from a colonization only with the departure of the colonizers. Algeria in its time rather sharply made that clear to the French colonizers, who had been there for much longer than the Algerians, Maghrebis or Africans who are presently here.
Canlorbe: In fighting for the survival of the European civilization (against mass migration, multiculturalism, and the Great Replacement), do you envision a convergence of struggles between Israel and Europe?
Camus: It is certain there is much in common between the situation of Israel and that of Europe, and an alliance is extremely desirable. Europe is a sort of a great Israel, threatened from all sides. Its peoples, alas, are far from showing the same attachment to their land, the same fidelity to their membership, the same spirit of resistance, as the Israelis—perhaps because they have been persuaded, precisely, that they were not a race, hardly a civilization, just an idea, this poor thing, a right, and what is worse, a right of others, a right for others, a right of the other. The Israelis have great lessons to give us, as do the Hungarians, the Poles, the Czechs, and now the Austrians.
Canlorbe: The National Front (French: Front National) of the Le Pen family is often thought of as the equivalent in France of the so-called populist wave that brought Donald Trump to power. As such, Steve Bannon, former adviser to President Trump, came to greet the militants of the FN. Is the parallel justified?
Camus: I am afraid it is not justified. Steve Bannon goes astray. It is not the National Front that must be greeted; it is the forces of resistance to colonization and to the change of people.
Revolt, rise up, unite, regroup, go down the street, seize power. Stop letting yourself be led passively into the depths, and calling the few unfortunates who try to warn you nerds or paranoids or tin-foil hat guys. Support the National Council of European Resistance.
The National Council of European Resistance (French: Conseil national de la résistance européenne, officially abbreviated as CNRE) is a France-based political organization that was founded by Renaud Camus and Karim Ouchikh on 9 November 2017. The Council is intended to bring together qualified French and European personalities, who aspire to "work for the defense of European civilization"—and for the resistance against the Great Replacement.
This conversation of Renaud Camus with Grégoire Canlorbe, Vice President of the Parti National-Libéral, took place in March 2018. This is a translation, and an abridged version. The original was published on Dreuz.info, in April 2018.
 The phrase "global superclass," an expression we owe to Samuel Huntington, and which owes its popularity to the political commentator David Rothkopf (who took it over), refers to a purported transnational network of uprooted and denationalized people, whose gestation dates back at least to the beginning of the twentieth century and whose constitution accelerated with the fall of the Soviet bloc.
 Mireille Knoll, an elderly and disabled Jew, was raped, tortured and murdered in her apartment by a Muslim extremist on 23 March 2018.