The colonization of France has proceeded to the point where pork is no longer served in airlines, school canteens, the public administration, food aid, and other places because of pressure from Muslim immigrants, the leader of the Front National has told Russian television.
Speaking during a special interview broadcast on the RTV service, Marine le Pen said that immigration was “not only an economic problem.
“This is a problem of national unity,” she said.
“We let people in, a huge number of people; I’m talking here of legal immigrants, but there are also the illegal immigrants.
“So when you have 300,000 or 400,000 people, with a different culture, with a different religion, and with different customs, this shakes the French people who feel compelled to adapt themselves; their lifestyles, to a culture that is different from them.
“Let me give you one example: for a few years now in airlines, in school canteens, in public administration, in food aid, there is no pork anymore. That’s it.
“Why? To answer the demands of extremists, Muslim extremists, who rely on massive immigration to support their claim. And we live in France, but we need to live with rules of Qatar and Saudi Arabia. And for me, that’s a huge problem.”
The FN leader, who won nearly 18 percent of the vote in the last French presidential elections, also said that immigration had caused unemployment and lowered wages in France.
“The labour market, as the name implies, is a market. So it works with demand and supply.
“When there are officially 5 million unemployed people in France and you legally let in 200,000 people in France per year, it creates more competition.
“When you have 10 people competing for one job, then you have lower wages. When you have 10 jobs for 1 person, then it increases wages. So immigration is used to lower salaries.
“And there is a problem, all those people, when they arrive, how will they live? They live thanks to our solidarity. They live thanks to a system of social protection that is reaching its end.
“We cannot take care of all those people. We cannot educate their children freely. We cannot bring them healthcare freely. We cannot provide them with housing freely.
“We have reached a limit, an economic and psychological limit. We have already gone beyond that limit.”
The energetic FN leader also said that there was an inexorable rise in feeling against the European Union because people were finding out that it “doesn’t protect them from economic, social, or migratory difficulties.
“And I think that the increase in patriotism, to managing a country’s own affairs, to control of borders, whether it’s human, capital, or product flows is irreversible.”