Over 100,000 French Sign Open Letter Supporting Military Coup to Save Nation from Islam

In April, a group of French generals made international news when they published an open letter calling for the government to be overthrown and replaced with a military junta to protect the people from Islam.

They’re continuing on with this line of speech.


A group of active French military personnel has published a new open letter to the country’s president Emmanuel Macron, warning him of a “civil war” brewing in the country after all the “concessions” he’s made to Islamism.

The letter, published in the conservative Valeurs Actuelles magazine late on Sunday, strikes a similar tone to the message published by the same outlet last month. Unlike the previous one, which was signed by 25 retired generals and active-duty soldiers, the new letter is anonymous and is open for signing by the general public. As of noon on Monday, it had attracted over 100,000 signatures.

The authors of the letter have described themselves as active-duty French soldiers, belonging to the younger generation of the military that saw actual combat over the past years.

“We are what the newspapers have called ‘the fire generation.’ Men and women, active soldiers, of all armies and of all ranks, of all opinions, we all love our country. These are our only claims to fame. And while we cannot, by law, express ourselves with our face uncovered, it is equally impossible for us to stay silent,” the letter reads.

The letter accuses President Macron of making “concessions” to Islamism on French soil, while the country’s military has been spilling its blood to fight against it in “Afghanistan, Mali, the Central African Republic or elsewhere.”

The authors have also indicated that at least some of them have taken part in the domestic Operation Sentinelle, launched after the devastating 2015 Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks, and witnessed certain ethno-religious communities in France completely detached from the rest of the country.

For such communities “France means nothing but an object of sarcasm, contempt or even hatred,” the letter reads.

There isn’t anyone in Europe who doesn’t know that Moslems think Europe is a joke.

It isn’t even like the blacks where you have some old guys like OJ Simpson who don’t hate America. Blacks were slaves for hundreds of years and we got along with them. Moslems’ only history with Europe is repeatedly invading and trying to conquer it.

They openly laugh and joke about how stupid Europeans are for letting them in. They have a few tokens that the media puts up as “integrated” figures, who are actually just homosexuals or even knowing shills who give the impression (to white women) that it is possible for them to integrate.

Grandfather weeps.

Like the previous letter, this new one warns the republic’s authorities of an impending “civil war,” with the very existence of France being at stake. “Once again, civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well,” the letter reads.

“We are not talking about extending your mandates or conquering others. We are talking about the survival of our country, the survival of your country.”

The authors of the letter have also voiced strong support towards the signees of the first one and harshly criticized the government’s response to it.

“To encourage the army’s senior officers to take a stand and expose themselves, before angrily sanctioning them as soon as they write anything other than battle reports, one must be quite perverse,” the letter reads.

“Cowardice, deceit, perversion: this is not our vision of the hierarchy. On the contrary, the army is, par excellence, the place where we speak the truth because we commit our lives.”


Meanwhile, Macron’s plan is to keep making concessions and continue using military and police to keep Moslems from rising up, coming out of their ghettoes and establishing an ISIS style government.

No one can explain why the Moslems are there, and no one really bothers to try.

The first letter was published on April 21, which was the 60th anniversary of a failed coup against the traitor Charles de Gaulle resulting from his support for the independence of Algeria.

The generals claimed that French society is disintegrating under the pressure of Islam and that Macron has no ability to stop it. The Daily Mail gave a full account of the people who signed it.

This guy was among them:

He looks to me like he knows a thing or two about savages and their ways.

The call for military rule was endorsed by opposition candidate Marine Le Pen.