A movement of young, French patriots is starting to take action against the ethnic and cultural genocide that is taking place in France against the French people.
According to the Herald Sun, about 70 protesters scaled the roof of the still unfinished mosque shortly before dawn.
An announcement by Generation Identitaire, translated from French into English, states that they unrolled a banner with the message (written in French), reading ‘Immigration, building of mosques: REFERENDUM!’
Arabian Business reports that another banner read “Charles Martel beat the Arabs at Poitiers in 732,” in reference to a battle credited with stopping the advance of Islam into western Europe.
The protesters agreed to leave just before noon and the evacuation was completed by 1pm.
The statement by Generation Identitaire explains, “Our generation refuse to see her people and her identity disappear through indifference. We’ll never be the Native Indians of Europe. From this place, important symbol of our past and bravery of our ancestors, we call to memory and fight!”
The statement expresses concern that 43% of the 18-50 year old inhabitants of Paris are immigrants or descendents of immigrants.
“A people can recover from an economic crisis or a war but not from the replacement of his native population: without French, there’s no more France.”
The statement concludes with a call to action, “Our fight has only just begun, we call the young Europeans to become heirs of their fate and to join the advance guard of the youth who stands tall.
“May all Europe hear our call: RECONQUEST!”
Associated Press reports that France is home to Western Europe’s largest population of Muslims, estimated to be at least 5 million, although there are no official government figures.
The Identity movement, was founded in September 2012 and comprises ‘Generation Identitaire’, ‘Les Identitaires’ and ‘le Bloc Identitaire’.
The movement aims to defend the ethnic and cultural heritage of France.
The full English transcript of their video ‘A Declaration of War’ can be seen on Before Its News.