A new survey has revealed that an overwhelming majority of French citizens believe that anti-white racism is alive and well in France, shining a bright light on the massive disconnect between the public’s perception and what establishment politicians, media, and academia claim to be true.
The survey, which comes after a municipal council member in a Paris suburb resigned after he and his family were subjected to violence, death threats, racist and homophobic abuse by non-Europeans, was carried out by the CSA Institute and found that 8 in 10 French people believe anti-white racism exists within their country, CNEWS reports.
Only 19% of survey respondents answered “no” to the question: “Is there anti-white racism in some communities in France?” The remaining 1% could not decide.
Additionally, and perhaps counterintuitively, the poll indicates the belief that anti-white racism does in fact exist in France is equally prevalent among women as it is men, with 82% of men and 79% of women holding the opinion. Similarly, the belief is held across the majority of age groups, with those between the ages of 50-64 most likely to hold the belief, at 90%. Those between the ages of 18-24 were the only age cohort which answered “no” to the question, at 51%.
With respect to one’s political orientation and the likelihood of agreeing with the survey’s statement, perhaps unsurprisingly, those on France’s Right were most likely to believe anti-white racism exists within the country, with 100% of Reconquête supporters answering yes to the question, followed by supporters of Rassemblement National and Les Républicains, at 92% and 89%, respectively.
Perhaps more interestingly, however, were the high figures among supporters of Macron’s La République En Marche! party and the left-liberal party Europe Écologie Les Verts, where 83% and 76%, respectively, answered in the affirmative. Meanwhile, 37% supporters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s hard Left La France Insoumise answered the same way.
The poll comes as other surveys have shown that the French public is increasingly concerned over the monumental demographic shift which has taken place—and continues to take place—in the country. For instance, a poll conducted by Harris Interactive last Novemeber, revealed that 61% of Frenchmen and women believe in the Great Replacement theory, while 67% are concerned that the the phenomenon is occurring or will occur in the future.
As The European Conservative reported earlier this year, Alain Finkielkraut—one of the 40-lifetime members of the 400-year-old, super-elite Académie française—argued that it takes a “fanatical denial of reality” to discount the “obvious” demographic replacement presently taking place across the European continent.
During a television interview with Europe 1, Finkielkraut said:
I think the demographic change in Europe is extremely dramatic. The historical peoples in certain municipalities and regions are becoming a minority. Most French people now do not live in the suburbs, but beyond the suburbs, since they are often no longer culturally recognizable, because all the butchers are, for example, Halal. All of this has to be taken into account, actually, instead of simpler thinking.
A very serious demographer, Michèle Tribalat was speaking about demographic replacement in the French department of Seine-Saint-Denis—and while I think this expression should be used with great caution, demonizing it is absurd and once again testifies to the fanatical denial of reality.