PARIS – The 28-year-old Manifesto Twitter Man, a 28-year-old "regular white man from a regular family", is suspected of being killed in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The fast-growing, angry text reveals the inspiration that attacked 49 Muslims on Friday and injured dozens of others. Among other things, the suspect, who was accused of murder by the Christchurch police, said that in 2017, he had been killed. Traveling to France convinced him that the country was "invasive" to "nonwhites".
"The last impetus was witnessed in French cities and towns. I've heard and read the Nephite invasion to France for many years, many of these rumors and stories that I thought were exaggerated to push a political story, ”the suspect wrote.
"But when I arrived in France, I found stories not only to be true but deeply unfounded," he continued. The significant detail is that the suspect has his manifesto "Great Replacement", a clear reference to the right-wing French polemic Renaud Camus in 2012. The title of the book.
In this book, Camus speaks of "theory" that the majority of European white votes are currently being replaced by immigrants outside Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, many of whom are Muslims.
For many years, the "great substitute" was the summoning of the French far war. even after immigration into Europe dropped significantly after 2015 end of the year. However, the concept of "mass immigration", which inevitably inspires a violent cultural collision, has remained beyond the limits of public discourse to political integration. It is also crossing the oceans, and the "great substitute" has now become everywhere the ever-increasing number of white nationalist terrorist attacks
. August. In Charlottville, Virginia, the protesters sang: "The Jews will not change us! "(In 2018, Camus released another book, now called" You won't change the US! "). 2018 November In Pittsburgh, a shooter who died in 11 Jewish mortal anti-Semitic attacks in American history, apparently motivated by the outrage of immigration, especially the activities of the HIE, the Hebrew Asylum and Immigrant Assistance Society providing humanitarian aid to refugees
72, The Washington Post said he had condemned the violence of the Christian attacks and that he had always condemned similar violent attacks. When asked if he opposed the use of his "great substitute" idea, he said no. . “No. On the contrary.
He added that he still expected the desire for a "hostile uprising" against "colonization in Europe" to be referred to as a reference to an impartial population. "I hope it will become stronger," he said, claiming that this obvious "demographic colonization" was "20 times more important than the colonization that Europe did in Africa".
French Muslims at that time regretted how tolerant these attitudes were somehow tolerated in polite French society
"On the one hand, Renaud Camus is depicted as an extremist ideologist on the far right, but he is also invited to French culture," said Paris, Muslim communities organizer. "He Provided a Platform."
France Culture is one of the most prestigious radio programs in Europe, the equivalent of French to NPR. Camus also discussed the "big move" to "Répliques", a program taken by well-known French intellectuals and best-selling author Alain Finkielkraut.
"I'm just upset that we are always on the way to being a surprise," said Louati, "when it really normalizes."
Now it seems that anxiety about "big change" has reached even the remotest distance of Christchurch, New Zealand – almost 12,000 miles
"As I was sitting in a car park, I watched in my rental car how intruder traffic passes through the trade "The center front door", the suspect wrote in his manifesto describing a stop in a medium-sized city in eastern France. "Every French man or woman had twice as many attackers. I saw enough, and angry, left the city, refusing to stay in the cursed place for a longer time and went to another city. “
“ WHY IS NO SOMETHING? "The suspect writes: later manifest.