President Emmanuel Macron has threatened 25 retired French generals have said a coup and implementation of a military government in will be necessary to stop the Islamist “disintegration of France”.
Over 100 retired senior military officers, including 20 Generals signed the open letter warning that France faces “civil war” if Islamist groups operating in expanding no-go zones in the country are not dealt with as these go on to state the large elements inside the French armed forces would support a coup to prevent this.
France has a massive and rapidly growing Muslim population and large parts of France’s major cities now resemble the Middle East with no-gone zones rife with criminality and run by Sharia courts.
Young people slaughtered attending a concert, police officers and magazine writers gunned down in the streets, priests beheaded in their own churches and trucks driven into families watching Bastille Day fireworks displays are just some of the barbarities carried out by Muslims in France.
The open letter published in nationalist magazine Valeurs Actuelles reads:
“France is in danger. Several mortal perils threaten her.
“Even in retirement, we remain soldiers of France and cannot in the present circumstances remain indifferent to the fate of our beautiful country.”
The Generals attacked President Macron’s inaction in tackling the growing tide of Islamism in France and condemned his heavy handed use of force against the country’s Yellow Vest protestors which led to several deaths and hundreds of serious injuries.
Now the French president has threatened to take punitive actions against the Generals and other senior officers who signed the open letter just as a retired general in the French Foreign Legion was stripped of his military accolades and pension for taking part in a protest against migrants in Calais.
Amidst all this, outspoken French patriot and leader of the National Rally party, Marine Le Pen has come out in support of the Generals and there are claims that there is serious support for the Generals amongst the serving ranks of the French military.
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