These two videos are both somewhat eye-opening examples of just how far gone France is as a country.
The first is a video from Japan (no subtitles provided), that shows a more honest take on Le Grande Replacement than most Western videos would.
The second is a video one that Lynda provided (thank you Lynda!), of a Hungarian truck driver in Calais getting ready to deliver goods to Britain through the Chunnel. I will let it speak for itself. Slight warning on language though.
I will talk more about it tomorrow when I publish some thoughts on the deal with Turkey, but France is almost certainly for all intents and purposes lost at this point. This does not mean that there will not be redoubts in parts of the country in the future. Areas bordering Spain or Switzerland perhaps, where French culture and French heritage perseveres. But the idea of the French Republic and French people somehow getting past this immigration crisis, and retaining any veneer of their former identity, is simply not possible.
While we could be despondent about this fact (and that is surely justified), we can also try to take solace in the fact that it has woken up other parts of Europe. For every country like Sweden or France or Germany that has fully embraced its own suicide, there are other countries, like the Czech Republic and Hungary, that are fighting back, and refusing to be swallowed up by the multiculturalist death-cult tide.