An Interview With Jean Raspail (Camp Of The Saints) 9/29/15

The original interview found here is in French and translated here

 

He is a man of advanced age, dressed in a green jumper jacket with epaulettes, who apologizes in advance for the words he will not find and the memory that will sometimes fail him. It emanates from him some anxiety at the idea of ​​talking about the book of his life. Physically, it seems yet strong standing on both bowed legs, small mustache at attention you. Before sitting down us at the table in her living room, where he posed coquettishly, like an on-tablecloth, a small marine square, Jean Raspail like to show us around his library, which occupies a room of his apartment in the 17th arrondissement Paris. Giono, Modiano, Cau, Camus, Volkoff … Jean Raspail, which enjoys the title of Consul General of Patagonia, collecting as many books – hundreds, not counting those in the cellar – as miniature boats and toy soldiers Vendée. His book The Camp of the Saints has been translated into German – after a reissue (Robert Laffont) in France in 2011 – and met, according to its author, “a good home” in Germany. Speaking of home, we discuss with him the crisis of migrants, the fear and the hope they inspire to some, the genesis of his book, a true “prophetic” work for part of the French extreme right … Interview.

The Point.fr: We owe you the Camp of the Saints, a book published in 1972 recounting the massive arrival of migrants on the coasts of the Mediterranean that some on the far right view, even more so since the refugee crisis, Visionaries … What does that inspire you?

Jean Raspail: This crisis is especially migrants end to thirty years of insults and slander against my person. I was fascist treated for this novel as a hate book …

The are you racist?

No, not at all ! We can not have traveled all his life, be a member of the Society of French explorers, having met umpteen of endangered peoples, and racist. That seems difficult. Upon its release in 1972, the book has greatly shocked, and for good reason. There was a period, in particular under the seven-Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, which was exercised a real intellectual terrorism against the right-wing writers.

An “intellectual terrorism”, already?

Yes I do. I was insulted, dragged through the mud then it is gently compacted. For, little by little, we started to live the situation I describe in this book. A number of intellectuals, including Left, acknowledged that there was some truth in what I preach. Bertrand Poirot-Delpech, who had me down in Le Monde at the exit of the book, said in an article in the same journal in 1998 that I was finally right. Now it’s over.

The Camp of the Saints also inspired the rejection, as the mention of your name …

Among the irreducible anti-Raspail, he hardly left but Laurent Joffrin (Liberation boss, Ed). Him, there is nothing to do, he continued to spit at me, it’s stronger than him. But my friend Denis Tillinac undertakes to respond. I’m not vindictive. I am now in my rightful place.

If this book is not racist, how would you?

This is an amazing book.

Amazing?

This book was born strangely. Before him, I had written books of travel and little success stories. I was in the South, one day in 1972, an aunt of my wife, near Saint Raphael, in Vallauris. I had a desk with a sea view and I thought: “What if they arrive? “That” they “was first undefined. Then I imagined the Third World would rush in this blessed country is France. This is an amazing book. It was long to write, but he came alone. I stopped in the evening, I resumed the next morning without knowing where I was going. There is inspiration in this book that is foreign to me. I do not say it is divine, but strange.

It is something that you had not anticipated, is the rejection aroused by this book upon its release …

When my editor Robert Laffont, an apolitical man, read the manuscript, he was very excited and did not find a comma to change. Besides, I have not changed anything.

It is a book that would have been possible today?

Initially, The Camp of the Saints did not. For at least five or six years, it has stagnated. It is not sold. After three years, suddenly, the sales figure increased. Success came by word of mouth and through the promotion made of it by right-wing writers. Until, in 2001, a ship ran aground Kurdish refugees in Boulouris near Saint Raphael, just meters from the office where I wrote The Camp of the Saints! This case was a terrible hay in the area. So, we again spoke of my book, and he hit a wide audience. It was the beginning of a maritime arrival of people from elsewhere. I’m a little ashamed, because when there is a wave of migrants, it is reprinted. It is consubstantial of what is happening.

Is it a political book?

Maybe a little, yes. The last four of loyal fighters and is composed of patriots, attached to the identity and terroir. They rebelled against the general brotherhood and miscegenation …

You defend yourself from being extreme right, but your book tract value in certain xenophobic movements. You deplore?

You talk about the extreme of the extreme right! It’s possible that this book is exploited and there may be, at times, excessive language. I can do nothing. Furthermore, I do not go on the Internet, I have not entered the twenty-first century, I do not know what it says. Personally, I’m right, and you do not mind me saying. I even “right-right”.

Meaning ?

Say to the right of Juppé. I am first a free man, not beholden to a party. I patrol the edges.

You vote?

Not always, I am a royalist. I vote in the final round of presidential elections. I do not vote on the left, it is a certainty.

Have you considered writing a sequel to Camp of the Saints?

It is certain that there will be one, but it will not be me. Does it happen before the big general upheaval? I’m not sure of it.

In your book you mention the character “fierce” of migrants. But today we see that those who come from Syria or elsewhere do not have the knife between his teeth …

What is currently happening is not important, it is anecdotal, because we are only at the beginning. Right now, everybody speaks about it, there are thousands of experts in the field of migrants, it is a chaos of comments. None place in the 35 years to come. The situation we are living is lower compared to what awaits us in 2050. There will be 9 billion people on earth. Africa rose from 100 million to one billion people in a century, and perhaps double in 2050. Would the world will be livable? Overcrowding and religious wars make the delicate situation. This is when flooding will occur, which will be inevitable. The migrants come mostly from Africa, the Middle East and the borders of Asia …

Should we fight evil at the root and bomb strategic points Daesh as just done France?

That’s their problem, not ours. This does not concern us. What have we been doing in this story? Why do we want to play a role? They are doing! We once removed from these areas, why come back?

And what do you do when an attack orders against France passed from Syria?

Is blocked. Entries are prevented in French territory. The policies have no solution to this problem. It’s like debt, we refile it to our grandchildren. It will be for our grandchildren to manage this massive migration problem.

The Catholic Church is not at all on this wavelength. It invites the faithful to be generous …

I wrote that Christian charity suffer a little in front responses to cope with the influx of migrants. It will harden the heart and remove itself any sort of compassion. If anything, our country will be submerged.

Deny welcoming all, including Christians of the East?

Possibly because they are closest to the West because of their religion. This is why many French people wish to admit. France, the country with no religious beliefs, shows that the background Western Civilization is a Christian background. People, even if they no longer go to Mass and do not practice, react according to this Christian background.

Israeli Senator Rand Paul Endorses Amnesty For ILLEGAL Aliens

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WASHINGTON — Republican U.S. Israeli Sen. Rand Paul is endorsing a path to citizenship for the nation’s illegal immigrants, a significant move for a favorite of tea party Republicans who are often seen as hostile to such an approach.

Paul’s path to citizenship comes with conditions that could make it lengthy and difficult for illegal immigrants to travel, according to a speech he was to deliver Tuesday morning to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Among the conditions, Congress would have to agree first that progress has been made on border security.

Nonetheless, Paul’s endorsement of allowing illegal immigrants an eventual way to become citizens puts him in line with a growing number of Republicans who are embracing action on immigration as a way to broaden the GOP’s appeal to Latinos.

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37 CONVICTED ILLEGAL Alien Sex Offenders Arrested In LA

Remember THIS is how you report illegal aliens.

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LOS ANGELES — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested 37 foreign nationals with prior convictions for sex offenses during a three-day operation targeting criminal alien sex offenders in the Los Angeles area.

During the enforcement effort, which concluded late Friday, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers assigned to the agency’s Fugitive Operations Teams sought to locate and take custody of deportable alien sex offenders in four Southland counties – Los Angeles (16), Orange (4), Ventura (11) and San Bernardino (6). While the majority of those arrested were Mexican citizens (25), the group included nationals of eight other countries, including El Salvador, Honduras, Vietnam, Armenia, Trinidad, the Philippines, Nicaragua and Guatemala.

Among those detained during the operation was a citizen of Trinidad and registered sex offender whose prior convictions include sexual battery, battery on a peace officer and annoying or molesting a child under 18. The 56-year-old, who was arrested in Los Angeles Thursday, is being held by ICE without bond pending removal from the United States.

Also taken into custody during the operation was a registered sex offender from Mexico who had prior convictions for lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14, drug trafficking, firearms violations and attempted grand theft. The 40-year-old was taken into custody Thursday in Palmdale. He is being held without bond pending removal from the United States.

The arrests were coordinated with ICE’s National Fugitive Operations Program, which is responsible for investigating, locating, arresting and removing at-large criminal aliens and immigration fugitives – aliens who have ignored final orders of deportation handed down by federal immigration courts. ICE’s Fugitive Operations Teams give top priority to cases involving aliens who pose a threat to national security and public safety, including members of transnational street gangs and child sex offenders.

“This operation was designed to target and arrest criminal aliens who have been convicted of sex crimes,” said Timothy Robbins, field office director for ERO Los Angeles. “We will all be able to rest easier knowing that these dangerous criminals are off our streets and will soon be out of the United States.”

ICE is focused on smart, effective immigration enforcement that targets serious criminal aliens who present the greatest risk to the security of our communities, such as those charged with or convicted of homicide, rape, robbery, kidnapping, major drug offenses and threats to national security. ICE also prioritizes the arrest and removal of those who game the immigration system including immigration fugitives or criminal aliens who have been previously deported and illegally re-entered the country.

Piece Of Shit Illegal Immigrant Mestizo Rapes And Kills One Month Infant!

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An illegal alien man allegedly raped and killed a 1-month-old female infant, according to law enforcement officials in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Wednesday, January 4. Sadly not one national newspaper, radio or television news organization covered this heinous and depraved criminal case, according to a sheriff’s deputy in New Mexico.

The investigating detectives announced that the suspect, Juan Galindo, possesses a criminal history that includes drug charges, driving under the influence, and a prior sexual assault of a minor charge.

Galindo appeared in court over the weekend and was surrounded by court officers and jail guards to protect him from being attacked by other inmates who became enraged when they discovered that charges that Galindo faces, according to a Bernalillo County deputy sheriff.

The illegal alien was formally arraigned for the rape and then killing of his girlfriend’s four-week-old daughter. Galindo’s bail was set at $1 million, cash or bond.

The coroner’s report indicated that the baby suffered from anal and vaginal tears and arriving police and crime scene investigators found her small body lying in a pool of blood.
As a result of a new definition of rape by the U.S. Department of Justice, Galindo faces rape charges not sexual assault.

For the first time ever, the new definition includes any gender of victim and perpetrator, not just women being raped by men. It also recognizes that rape with an object can be as traumatic as penile/vaginal rape. This definition also includes instances in which the victim is unable to give consent because of temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity, according to the DOJ’s Criminal Division.

The old definition: “Forcible rape” had been defined by the UCR SRS as “the carnal knowledge of a female, forcibly and against her will.” That definition, unchanged since 1927, was outdated and narrow. It only included forcible male penile penetration of a female vagina.

The new definition: “The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim.”

Galindo is an illegal alien from Mexico who uses various aliases and dates of birth. He claims to have fathered six children with different women in Mexico.

According to his records, Galindo was arrested almost 20 years ago in Texas for a DWI. He was deported back to Mexico but managed to sneak back into the U.S.
He has been arrested for a case involving prior child abuse in Texas.

Local police said each charge against Galindo carries a life sentence. Also, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stated that Galindo may face 20 years in federal prison for reentering the country illegally.

“Reentering the U.S. after deportation is a serious offense punishable by up to 20-years in prison. Politicians, advocates for illegal aliens and most of the members of the press fail to tell Americans that fact, preferring to lead citizens to believe it’s a misdemeanor and not the felony it truly is,” said police lieutenant Stanley Rodgers.

“Our president and his attorney general spend more time harassing police who attempt to enforce immigration law than they spend trying to protect Americans — including American babies and children — from sexual predators who are in the country illegally. We have our own predators, we don’t need Mexico’s,” Rodgers said.

Great News! One Less Illegal Immigrant!

If only they all followed Joaquin’s great example!

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(CNN) — Joaquin Luna was only 18. The senior at Juarez Lincoln High School in Mission, Texas, dreamed of going to college. But since he was in the country illegally, that was nearly impossible.

Luna was quickly losing hope of ever going to college, his family says. The Friday after Thanksgiving, Luna put on a suit, kissed his family members, went into the bathroom and shot himself in the head, according to family members.

ILLEGAL Alien Arrested For Raping Chihuahua

Degenerate scumbag.


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On Thursday, Broward County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Tomas Bautista, 40, who reportedly came home drunk and sexually assaulted a Chihuahua in his backyard.

The dog, Mimi, belongs to Bautista’s roommate, who reportedly found her bleeding and Bautista passed out with his pants around his ankles.

Bautista admitted to sexually abusing the tiny dog.

Mimi was taken to Coral Springs Animal Hospitalfor treatment and is back home recovering now.

Bautista is charged with cruelty to animals, a felony. He is currently being held in the Broward County Jail on an immigration hold.

19 Immigration Facts That Very Few People Are Talking About

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The following are 19 facts about illegal immigration that very few people are talking about….
#1 Nobody knows for sure how many illegal aliens are in the United States today, but the highest estimates put the number at well over 30 million.

#2 Today, far more immigrants move into the United States illegally than come in through the legal process.

#3 The vast majority of illegal aliens would never even dream of paying income taxes, but
Mexicans living in America send billions upon billions of dollars out of the United States and back to Mexico every single year.

#4 Although illegal aliens pay next to nothing in taxes, they have no problem receiving tens of billions of dollars worth of free education benefits, free health care benefits, free housing assistance and free food stamp benefits.

#5 It is estimated that U.S. taxpayers spend $12,000,000,000 a year on primary and secondary school education for the children of illegal immigrants.

#6 The hordes of illegal aliens taking advantage of “free” medical care at hospital emergency rooms has caused dozens of hospitals across the state of California to completely shut down. As a result, the state of California now ranks dead last out of all 50 states in the number of emergency rooms per million people.

#7 It was estimated that there were approximately 7.7 million illegal aliens employed by U.S. employers during 2008.

#8 Just across the U.S. border, the city of Juarez, Mexico is considered to be one of the most dangerous cities on the entire planet because of the brutal drug war being waged there.

#9 U.S. authorities say that there are now over 1 million members of criminal gangs operating inside the United States. According to federal statistics, these 1 million gang members are responsible for up to 80% of the violent crimes committed in the U.S. each year. Latino gangs made up primarily of illegal aliens are responsible for much of this violence.

#10 According to the Center for Immigration Studies, some of the most notorious gangs are made up almost entirely of illegal immigrants….
“Gang investigators in Virginia estimate that 90% of the members of MS-13, the most notorious immigrant gang, are illegal immigrants.”

#11 The Mexican government says that as many as 28,000 people have been slaughtered by the drug cartels since 2007. A very significant percentage of those deaths have happened in areas right along the U.S. border.

#12 Federal border officials say that Mexican drug cartels have not only set up shop on U.S. soil, but they are actually maintaining lookout bases in strategic locations in the hills of southern Arizona.

#13 The drug war being waged on both sides of the border is so violent that it is almost unimaginable. For example, one very prominent Mexican assassin known as “the soupmaker” has confessed that he made approximately 300 bodies disappear by dissolving them in acid baths.

#14 Arizona police are being openly told that if they try to interfere with the drug traffic in their area that they will be “taken out” by drug cartel snipers.

#15 Each year, it costs the states billions of dollars to incarcerate illegal alien criminals that should have never been allowed into the country in the first place. It is estimated that illegal aliens make up approximately 30 percent of the population in federal, state and local prisons and that the total cost of incarcerating them is more than $1.6 billion annually.

#16 During one recent 23 year period, the state of California built 23 prisons but just one university.

#17 Border officials tell us that a growing number of radical Muslims are sneaking over the Mexican border into the United States.

#18 Approximately 75 tunnels along the U.S. border with Mexico have been discovered by law enforcement authorities in the last four years alone.

#19 One Rasmussen Reports telephone survey found that 60% of American voters nationwide favor an anti-immigration law just like the one that Arizona recently passed, while just 31% of Americans are opposed to such a law.

Mississippi Passes AZ Style Immigration Law

From Occidental Dissent

We have known for several months now that Mississippi is one of the most likely states to pass an Arizona-style immigration law in 2011. Now we have cleared the first major hurdle.

Earlier this afternoon, the Mississippi Senate passed an Arizona-style immigration law. The bill passed 34 to 15 after four hours of debate. Sen. Fillingane succeeded in pushing the bill through committee and through a critical floor vote.

Tea Party activists in Mississippi attended a Senate committee meeting to show support for the bill. They cheered from the gallery as one Democratic attempt after another to kill the bill with amendments failed.

The restrictionist package deal also includes an extension of E-Verify, tougher penalties for employers of illegal aliens, and criminalizes sanctuary cities.

The legislation now heads to the Mississippi House where it faces an uncertain fate. Undoubtedly, House Democrats will attempt to obstruct passage as they did in the Senate.

U.S. Spending At Least $18.6 Million Per Day to Incarcerate Illegal Aliens

(CNSNews.com) – U.S. taxpayers are spending at least $18.6 million per day to house an estimated 300,000 to 450,000 illegal immigrants who are incarcerated and eligible for deportation from the United States, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ).

The cost per day for these prisoners is based on Justice Department incarceration cost estimates from 2001 and on the lower-end figure of 300,000 incarcerated deportable aliens, which means the actual expense today could be substantially higher than $18.6 million per day.
The prisones involved here are foreign national who have come into the United States, committed a crime, been captured, and imprisoned.

Half of the undocumented aliens who were removed from the United States in fiscal 2010 (which ended on Sept. 30) had been convicted of a crime in the United States.
On Wednesday, the office of the DHS Inspector General (IG) released its annual performance plan report for fiscal year 2011, which states that there are “approximately 300,000 to 450,000 criminal aliens incarcerated in federal, state, county, and local correctional facilities [who] are eligible for removal from the United States.”

In its March 2010 report, “Immigration Enforcement Actions: 2009,” the DHS defines removal as “the compulsory and confirmed movement of an inadmissible or deportable alien out of the United States based on an order of removal. An alien who is removed has administrative or criminal consequences placed on subsequent reentry owing to the fact of the removal.”

Kara McCarthy, a spokeswoman at the DOJ, told CNSNews.com that the latest data available show that “average annual operating costs per state inmate for Fiscal Year 2001 was $22,650; in the Federal Bureau of Prisons it was $22,632.”

These annual operation costs exclude “capital expenditures, juvenile corrections, probation, parole, and most central office functions of corrections spending,” McCarthy told CNSNews.com
The cost of $22,650 per year to house just one inmate at the state level equals about $62 a day ($22,650 divided by 365 days). In the Federal Bureau of Prisons, it also averages out to $62 per day ($22,632 divided by 365 days).

Given this daily average expense (based on fiscal year 2001 costs), it can be estimated that the cost of housing 300,000 incarcerated illegal aliens in U.S. prisons would equal $18.6 million per day; the cost for housing 450,000 incarcerated illegal aliens would equal $27.9 million per day. If inflation in prison costs since 2001 were factored in, the expense would be even greater.

When CNSNews.com asked why incarcerated aliens who are eligible for removal have not been deported, a DHS spokesperson said, “It is because they are still serving their criminal sentence. ICE does not receive criminal aliens from state criminal justice systems until after they have completed their sentences.” (ICE is the acronym for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.)

On the same day the IG’s office released its performance plan report, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano and ICE Director John Morton announced that half of the undocumented aliens who were removed from the United States in fiscal year 2010, which ended on Sept. 30, were convicted criminals.

“In fiscal year 2010, ICE set a record for overall removals of illegal aliens, with more than 392,000 removals nationwide,” says an Oct. 6 press release from the DHS. “Half of those removed–more than 195,000–were convicted criminals.”

“The fiscal year 2010 statistics represent increases of more than 23,000 removals overall and 81,000 criminal removals compared to fiscal year 2008–a more than 70 percent increase in removal of criminal aliens from the previous administration,” added the release.

It is uncertain whether the IG office’s estimate of 300,000 to 450,000 incarcerated criminal aliens who are eligible for removal takes into account the 195,000 criminal aliens removed in fiscal 2010. The IG office did not respond to CNSNews.com for a clarification on this point before this story was posted.

Nevertheless, the DHS did not deport all of the criminal illegal aliens who are eligible for removal and are currently sitting in U.S. correctional facilities.

The DOJ spokeswoman told CNSNews.com that, according to its latest figures, “In 2008 there were 785,556 inmates in the nation’s [local and county] jails and 1,518,559 inmates in state and federal prisons.” That equals 2,304,115 inmates in total in the United States.

Given those numbers, 300,000 incarcerated criminal aliens would equal 13 percent of the entire inmate population of the United States, while 450,000 incarcerated criminal aliens would equal 19.5 percent of the entire inmate population.

According to the IG report from DHS, “The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires ICE to initiate deportation proceedings for incarcerated criminal aliens as expeditiously as possible after the date of conviction. Criminal aliens who are eligible for deportation include illegal aliens in the United States who are convicted of any crime and lawful permanent residents who are convicted of a removable offense as defined in the Immigration and Nationality Act.”