Cover Photo: France riots – Bing images
I’d also like to take this opportunity to submit a translated article by an ex-gendarme that sheds some light on what’s going on here. I don’t know if it’s appropriate for publication, but it’ll give you much better information than what’s available on your side. – Romain
France on fire and the risk of civil war:
Paradigm shift or final lockdown
by François DUBOIS
François Dubois is a former officer in the Gendarmerie Nationale, which he left because of a difference of opinion, particularly during the covidiste episode, which allows him to express himself freely.
It is as a lover of the nation that I am writing this text. Written quickly and in a hurry, I develop my analysis in cold blood. In view of the context, I specify that I am a sportsman in excellent health and have no suicidal thoughts. I invite my former comrades in the forces of law and order to read and share this text as much as possible. You who are currently on the front lines, the fuses of a situation that is beyond you, must understand the way in which and the context in which you are currently being used. This context of national decay in which you are operating with such difficulty is desired, provoked and supported by very powerful forces. I am expressing myself here in complete freedom, without inciting you to revolt, but in the hope that this text will help you to become aware of your role and to take the personal decisions that are necessary.
The Nahel case: background
Our corrupt and stateless elites have been working for over half a century to destroy our country. Alas, the damage has been done, and now is not the time to launch into grand historical, geopolitical or theological demonstrations to explain the workings of this disaster ! Some French people are now savouring the bitter taste of the shit they cowardly endorsed in order to join the circle designated by their master as that of “bien-pensance”.
The Soros-Attali-Minc network that gave birth to Macron perfectly understood Nietzsche’s phrase: “The greatest giver of alms is cowardice”. In particular with the creation of SOS Racisme – “Touche pas à mon pote” – they have, in the name of tolerance, knowingly promoted the emergence of an ethnicised and communitarised subculture, in reality an enhancer of variable-geometry racism and social fragmentation. To do this, they have relied on the population’s cowardice, which since the 1980s has been the result of the media’s guilt-ridden scuttling of the image of the French, the great losers of the Second World War, saved by the good Americans and historically presented as a cowardly informer of Jews.
Many of these ignorant cowards have thus sought to redeem themselves on the basis of a caricatured history, shamefully simplified, not to say sometimes falsified. Tolerant of the intolerable, there was no longer any question of protest in the face of uncontrolled and unchosen waves of migration. Worse still, in their narrow leftist minds, anyone who spoke out became a vile fascist, caricaturised as a worshipper of the Third Reich .
Today, in this pre-civil war situation, the most urgent thing is to understand the dangers to which we are exposed. What happened was bound to happen. It was only a matter of time. The recent massive orders for Centaure gendarmerie armoured vehicles fitted with a remotely-operated turret containing an AANF1 7.62 x 51 mm (a weapon of war), and the major campaign to recall illegally-held weapons, all point in the same direction.
These provisions kill two birds with one stone. Firstly, they are designed to address the risk of the emergence of a spontaneous social movement such as the Gilets jaunes. This risk is feared, because it would be out of control if it were ever organised and structured. But they are also potentially destined to take part in a purge operation, the consequence of a perfectly foreseeable and expected erratic conflagration of the housing estates, and then, by domino effect, of the population anchored politically on the left. Expected, because there are powerful links between the mafias that run these neighbourhoods and the deep state, as well as its intelligence services; all of which is integrated into the network of Freemasonry that heads up a far left ready to use the riots as a political tool and to rally the housing estates with its antifas under orders. The riff-raff are the useful idiots of an ambivalent system that has laid the groundwork for their revolt and, at the same time, for their detestation.
The aim is for the government to regain control by force in the first instance, and then to establish total control of the population and new digital means to lock them in for good. These means will be accepted by the masses because they will impose themselves as the indispensable alternative for escaping from chaos.
The Nahel case: its origins
The events that led to the Nahel affair were no accident, as they were the result of a combination of two phenomena orchestrated by the elites, which led them de facto to anticipate what was going to happen.
The first is the result of the communitarisation of an ethnic fringe of the population that has increasingly moved to the margins to the point of deviating from the norms of society.
From the outset, there were profound sociological incompatibilities among these populations, most of whom came from precarious social strata on the African continent, particularly in terms of family structure and the place occupied by boys within the family unit, which in some cases made integration and assimilation very difficult. This sociological problem of migration is all the more complex in that it varies according to the country, ethnic group and social class affected. The first waves of post-war migration from Italy and Portugal caused no major difficulties precisely because, even for the working classes, the family unit was structured in terms of its relationships (the place of the boy in relation to the father and mother, the relationship to authority, etc.) in a similar way across the whole of the European continent. In so doing, these populations have not been subjected to any sociological backlash . There is no direct link with Islam (which we will discuss later).
The rejection of societal norms is accompanied by the introduction of new norms that define the group’s identity: young people in the suburbs are not in need of a reference point because they are economically insecure, but because their social determinism prevents them from fitting in with the model that is supposed to assimilate them. So they establish their own standards, which they use to transform their sociological deviance into a fully-fledged identity (this takes the form of social markers such as language, dress codes, etc.) and to emancipate themselves in order to be autonomous, both economically and with regard to the representatives of authority. If they don’t grow up in a structured family that doesn’t produce a boy king, suburbanites can quickly become freedmen who don’t answer to any authority and who only recognise themselves among their own kind, a veritable social labelling in Becker’s sense. Obviously, not all young people from the suburbs are like this; the delinquents are those whose family structure and authority are, to say the least, non-existent.
Nahel’s character is no exception to the rule. Not giving any legitimacy to the law, he intended to make his own law by once again evading authority. Sandrine Rousseau and the other LFI miserabilists with their simplistic reasoning beg to differ, it’s not poverty that makes them delinquents. These people sometimes make astronomical amounts of money. I’ve seen it on the ground. Offer them infrastructure, access to culture, aid, even more money, and you won’t change a thing. Some drug dealers drive Ferraris, but do they stop being delinquents? Nahel was a young person who was difficult to control, and this was reflected in the various offences he committed.
The second factor behind this tragedy is human. It probably stems from an error of appreciation of the legal framework in which the police officer was operating and decided to open fire. The courts will decide whether or not the shooting was justified. I myself have taught the use of weapons to my gendarmerie students. I have a perfect grasp of this issue from a legal point of view, but apart from this purely technical aspect, we mustn’t forget that a policeman is a human being like any other, and that by constantly coming face to face with this disaffected population, he can eventually see his psychological and emotional stability disturbed.
Even the most seasoned police officer is not immune from making a serious mistake because his discernment is impaired by repeated stress and chronic fatigue in the field. The bearer of a weapon has an immense responsibility. Police officers and gendarmes are perfectly aware that they incur criminal liability when they open fire with their service weapon. In other words, at the moment of firing, they are aware that they may end up spending the rest of their lives in prison if they have made an error of judgement when making a decision that should take no more than a second or two.
Of course, there are intolerable abuses, notably with the use of AFIs  during social movements such as the Gilets jaunes or during demonstrations against pension reforms. This is totally unacceptable. For all that, calling for the police to be disarmed is utterly stupid. It would be more appropriate to focus on the blind allegiance of some of the police to the current government, to the point of forgetting the ethical rules that govern the profession.
The fact is that the tragedy that occurred would never have happened had it not been for the combination of these two factors: the sociological deviance of the unassimilated offender and human error, certainly accentuated by a context of constant tension on the ground.
Having laid these foundations, it seems to me urgent that the French people now realise that the appearance of this combination is not the result of an unfortunate coincidence.
What strategy are we facing?
When I was in active service, during the pseudo-pandemic, a colleague and ‘enlightened’ friend and I talked about organising a Europe-wide cycle of revolts as a successor to the Covid narrative. One hypothesis, among many others, favourable to the socio-economic ambitions dictated by Davos. The corollaries of these revolts were to be an economic recession orchestrated in stages, driven by Covid, designed to gradually favour the introduction of the digital euro, the virtualisation of many jobs, the destruction of SMEs in favour of multinationals and the advent of AI to replace certain professions.
After the ‘starter’ effect of the pandemic, the cycle of revolts will enable the repressive arsenal and digital means of mass surveillance to be reinforced by a violent and unprecedented return to control. Two years ago, this would have made some people smile; I’m not sure that’s still the case today. We’ll be watching to see if the phenomenon spreads across Europe, as Brussels already seems to have been gripped by riots. It’s precisely because I don’t underestimate the intelligence of the enemy that my analyses have been confirmed.
We saw a certain Assa Traoré standing next to Nahel’s mother. This same activist, wearing Louboutin (LVMH) shoes, also works for the OPEJ Baron Edmond de Rothschild foundation. There’s no need to go into the family’s sulphurous record when it comes to delinquency. Let’s just say that an isolated and distraught mother very quickly benefited from massive support and the necessary logistics to organise, 48 hours after the events, a white march with flocked t-shirts and other celebrities from the French rap scene.
There is a real complicity between the scum down below and the scum up above who support them. Similarly, I fully agree with Alain Soral and his analysis when he stresses that the problem is not linked to Islam. Those who “Islamo-centricise” the causes of the misfortunes we are suffering are either ignorant or corrupt in the pay of a supranational cause. Islam is a religion of order, even if some of its precepts might be contested by a Christian, but we must not confuse everything. Are there similar revolts in Iran, with similar profiles of delinquents? There’s nothing Muslim about the delinquents on the housing estates. They adopt sociological markers borrowed from Islam, essentially codified by elements of language, in order to label themselves as a community. But they are not practising Muslims and they do not apply the morals set out in the Koran. When I was out in the field, some of them were surprised to see that I knew more about Islam than they did. I immediately became more sympathetic in their eyes, which made them all the more stupid in mine. The problem is not Islam but ignorance.
There is a deliberate conflation of neighbourhood crime with the growth of the Muslim religion in France, but these are two distinct phenomena. The Russians have clearly understood that the substratum of the danger of civilisational upheaval that threatens us is not the Muslim religion. Two days ago, Vladimir Putin declared that desecrating the Koran was a crime in Russia. Well, it’s the same: I’m not Charlie, and I won’t be fooled by the terrorist instrumentalisation of the Wahhabi ‘sectarian’ branches of Islam by the Western deep states and Israel.
It is indeed a stateless globalist elite that is seeking to destroy our essentially Catholic country by stirring up hatred against the Muslim religion. Drawing its ideological origins from Judeo-Protestanism, it has constructed an ethnicised, universalist and woke cancel culture, modelled on a consumerist and materialistic axiology that first emerged in the United States. The American hegemon then took charge of spreading it throughout the Western world. In reality, our little French riff-raff are nothing more than the hersatz of the American rappers and gang members they idealise. And without realising it, if they worship anything, it’s above all the image of the American gangster rapper in a sports car surrounded by prostitutes, who has the same sources of funding as the LGBT ideology! Behind Assa Traoré lies the universalist ideology of George Soros who, through his NGOs, funds both mass immigration and the LGBT cause.
While this is a far cry from the ideals of the prophet Mohammed or Christ, it is very close to the detestation of Christ (or Mohammed)  explicitly claimed in the media by Éric Zemmour. In reality, there are far more similarities between him and Soros (starting with religion) than between him and Christ. Yes, his pseudo-resistance is in fact fundamentally anti-Christian. And, ironically, when he ran for president, Mr Zemmour had Julien Madar, a former Rothschild investment banker, in charge of the operational side of his funding.
Without even mentioning the background of our current president, we can see that the world of the Rothschild family is not incompatible with the Woke universalism of which Assa Traoré is a symbol, just as it does not seem incompatible with the ideas of a ‘rightist’ fringe, falsely and often caricaturally patriotic, which intends to foment a war between Catholics and Muslims by rejecting the values handed down by the prophets (Papacito, Goldnadel, Finkielkraut, Zemmour, etc.). ). Does this mean we should follow the example of the conflict between Jacob and Esau in Genesis ?
We are caught between the scum from above and the scum from below. The scum from above are laying down all the prerequisites for the creation of a controlled revolution. To this end, they are using the Islamo-centrists to exalt inter-religious tensions, and the extreme left (led by Mélenchon, a member of the Grand Orient de France) to exacerbate conflicts with the forces of law and order and hatred of the police. The police will be the butt of the joke, acting as a fuse by helping to rally the extreme left and the scum on the housing estates against them, against their will, while at the same time having to confront and manage the inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflicts that are likely to emerge. Meanwhile, its masters will use it to definitively establish and justify a new era of control and the use of unprecedented violence, which can then be perfectly legitimised by the context.
What are the solutions?
First of all, we have to realise that the current events may have come too soon for our leaders, for whom it might have been more opportune to take advantage of this spark two years from now. Indeed, for the moment, the waves of migration have not had a sufficient impact on the countryside and certain deep rural areas. This was one of the objectives recently highlighted by Jacques Attali.
Even if the current movement were to run out of steam because it has not spread far enough, it would only be a case of taking a step back to make a bigger leap forward. Honest patriotic opponents who are not afraid to name the real enemy, his ideology and his accomplices must therefore get together. The situation is too serious to stand by and do nothing. As I said in an interview last year with Le Média in 4-4-2, all the lights are red, but if there is a revolt, it will automatically be taken over by an opposition controller, or by the government itself, which will take advantage of the situation to introduce a system of control inspired by social credit . That’s why I explained last year in this interview that without an administration ready to take over, the real resistance fighters won’t be able to capitalise on this revolt.
So the time to act is now. To do this, all true patriots must unite. I think Alain Soral’s idea of urgently creating a CNR (National Council of the Resistance) is the right one, given the urgent and imminent nature of the situation. We will then adapt in real time. The first step is to find ways of regrouping and federating, away from the false opposition and other apparatchiks of the system who don’t identify the real enemy, and who intend to stay in Europe and try to scuttle us from within. Today, I want to make my contribution to change.
Finally, I believe that external, and therefore foreign, support will be necessary, because our enemy is stateless and incredibly powerful financially. If we fail here, the backlash will be unprecedented, so let’s act with courage.
May France remain eternal!
 In a forthcoming article, I’ll explain how these people unknowingly support “converted Nazis”.
 To understand the complexity of the sociological explanation for the drift away from housing estates, read Le Déni des cultures, by Hugues Lagrange (sociologist at the CNRS), published by Points. Backlash is the sociological, ideological and moral backlash felt as a result of the confrontation of traditions and the re-traditionalisation between the newcomers and the host country.
 An AFI is a weapon of intermediate force, used on the scale between bare hands and firearms, for example the LBD40 or the telescopic baton.
 In the France Inter programme “Le Grand face-à-face”, which pits Raphaël Glucksmann against Éric Zemmour, Raphaël Glucksmann recalls Zemmour’s writings: “You write something interesting in your book. You clearly say: I’m for the Church and against Christ! To which Éric Zemmour replied assertively: “Yes, yes, I say it clearly!
“Here, the riots seem to have calmed down but there are conflicting testimonies between Nahel’s family’s version and that of the IGPN (Inspection générale de la Police nationale).
It occurred to me that one scenario could tip the country back into chaos immediately: that of the police officer being found not guilty on the grounds of self-defence. In fact, current videos show that the policeman is trapped between the car and the wall. It would appear that he did not threaten to kill the driver but actually asked him to put his hands behind his head after leaning on the bonnet of the car, according to the recording analysis. When the car started up again, the policeman might have fired to avoid being crushed against the wall.
If this version is confirmed, the fire will flare up again, especially as the embers are being kept alive by a fund-raising campaign for the police officer and the young offender. The police officer’s fund has reached €1.5 million – with a further €70,000 already raised on another platform – compared with €400,000 for the young offender’s mother.
I’d also like to add that over the last few days, while the riots have been captivating the public, a bill on military programming for the years 2024 to 2030 is being drafted and will be submitted to the joint committee on 6 June, with promulgation hoped for on the Bastille Day of 14 July…
Article 23 on the requisition system, which amends the Defence Code, states:
“Art. L. 2212-1 . – In the event of an actual or foreseeable threat to the activities essential to the life of the nation, the protection of the population, the integrity of the territory, the permanence of the institutions of the Republic or of a nature that justifies the implementation of the State’s international defence commitments, the requisition of any person, natural or legal, and of all goods and services necessary to counter the threat may be decided by decree in the Council of Ministers. This decree specifies the territories concerned and, where applicable, the administrative or military authority empowered to carry out these measures.
Note the notion of an actual or foreseeable threat…
PS : fiction becomes reality…
HP will surely find this fact interesting after his post highlighting the film Athena:
Yassine Bouzrou, one of the lawyers representing the family of Nahel M., killed on 27 June by a police shooting in Nanterre, played in Athena, a fictional film by Romain Gavras that went online on Netflix last November. On screen, he defends the family of a teenager whose death during a police intervention triggers riots in a suburban housing estate, the one that gives the film its name.
Below are two links where you can purchase Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan. I would suggest you buy it in hardcopy, not because I make more, I actually make the most from Amazon E books, but because you will avoid giving Amazon any money. Frankly you should be shooting Amazon employees in the street, Google too.