In a recent interview with French Magazine Valeurs Actuelles Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump predicted mass immigration will lead to the “end of Europe.”
Trump also condemned the strict gun laws in France telling the magazine “If I had been at the Bataclan, I would have fired.”
Trump said he would have shot the ISIS terrorists at the Bataclan.
(translated from LeJDD)
I always have a gun at me. I can tell you that if I had been at the Bataclan or in a cafe, I would have shot. I’d be dead -being, but I unsheathed, “he says.
The interview is created headlines across Europe but has been ignored by the liberal American media.
In a recent interview with the conservative French magazine Valeurs Actuelles, the Republican frontrunner predicted mass immigration from Islamic nations would lead to the “end of Europe” [Trump gets backing on ‘end of Europe’ warning, WND,February 11, 2016]. Trump also predicted nothing less than “real revolutions” if there was not a change in policy—presumably as native Europeans rise up against their own treasonous leaders. [EXCLUSIF. Trump : "La France n’est plus ce qu’elle était”, by André Bercoff, February 10, 2016]
The interview created headlines all around the world, notably in outlets like the London Daily Telegraph, Newsweek, and RT (formerly Russia Today). But despite mentions in The Blaze and WND (formerly WorldNetDaily), the Beltway Right seemed unconscious of a prediction of the imminent end of Western Civilization from the GOP’s leading contender for President.
Conservatism Inc. can’t be accused of exactly supporting Angela Merkel’s decisionto flood the Continent with Muslim migrants. But so-called “elite” conservatives have given remarkably little consideration to what the long-term effects of this Islamic invasion will be. This is unforgivable when the Beltway Right is still trying to promote its preferred candidate Marco Rubio on the grounds that he’s a foreign policy “expert.”