Macron’s Victory: A Dark Day for Europe

Macron’s Victory: A Dark Day for Europe, by Srdja Trifovic.

Macron belongs to the elite class: rootless, arrogant, cynically manipulative, and irreversibly jihad-friendly . . . He embodies France’s loss of the will to define and defend one’s native culture, and the pan-European loss of the desire to procreate. …

The problem is that, with Macron at the helm, France will be in far worse shape in 2022 than it is today. He will not reduce immigration. He will not impose any effective security controls on France’s burgeoning Muslim community. He believes that the collective march toward an ever-tighter European Union must go on unhindered. He is committed to a federal superstate, free of the hindrance of national parliaments and wily electorates. In the Brussels-centered superstate he sees the fulfillment of his ideological vision and, more importantly, the protection of the power and privileges of his class in perpetuity. …

Macron is not only a civilizational and racial self-hater. He also embodies the historical amnesia and aesthetic relativism which are promoted all over Europe to the detriment of artistic creativity and intellectual excellence. He is utterly and flamboyantly deracinated: on February 22, visiting the French expatriates in London, Macron said: “French culture does not exist, there is a culture in France and it is diverse.” …

Thanks to Macron and people like him there is no French writer worth reading today, no Dutch painter worth sponsoring, no German composer worth hearing.

The process is so far advanced in one of the key countries that used to define “the West”/“Europe” a sexually-ambiguous promoter of cultural and ethnic self-annihilation is elected head of state.

hat-tip Stephen Neil