Renaud Camus, author and poet, but also founder of the National Council of European Resistance, spoke at Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, home and burial place of Charles de Gaulle, during the annual pilgrimage, which sees conservatives (and political opportunists...yes I would not be surprised if even Macron was there) honouring Le Grand Général. He discusses the Great Replacement (Le Grand Remplacement, the phrase he has coined) and the need for Europeans to fight back against the invasion of their homelands. He talks about how his beloved France and Europe are being colonised by migrants and how Europe is the first continent in history to pay for its actual colonisers to colonise.
After what the islamophile herd would call his "turning" (to the right), he became persona non grata among the conformists, they still have not silenced him, but they are working at it, and hard.
I always wanted to say:
"Charles de Gaulle would turn in his grave".
Well this might be as good an opportunity as any I'll get.