National Rally leader, Marine Le Pen, incorrectly uses the term “Islamism” which is a made-up term by non-Muslims to mean political Islam or fundamentalist Islam. Muslims never use that word because they know that Islam is Islam, in all its political, fundamentalist, and terrorist definitions.
REMIX In October, Marine Le Pen presented the launch of a campaign against the European Pact on Migration and Asylum, the TV5 Monde reported. According to the National Rally leader, the migrant pact is an organized plan to immerse Europeans with a massive transfer of mainly Muslim immigrants which will not leave again, leading to the “suicide” of Europe.
“It is an organized plan of submersion of Europe and the nations which compose it,” said Le Pen. “It is a real pact with the devil which will lead to the suicide of Europe,“ she declared during a press conference at her party’s headquarters in Nanterre.
The European Commission presented to EU member states a Pact on Migration and Asylum which aims to reform asylum on the continent at the end of September. “The ‘Pact for Migration’ is deceptively humanist, anti-democratic, irreversible, destructive,” she wrote on Twitter.
According to Le Pen, the immigration plan outlined in the pact is a destructive form of immigration with the goal of transplanting a foreign population that will not leave Europe again. Furthermore, Le Pen said “it will compromise the economic, social, and cultural balance of our countries”.
“The Pact would mean the ruining of our social systems, the worsening of unemployment, the housing crisis, an increase in delinquency and communal conflicts, the advance of Islamism and terrorist risks, and the questioning of our civilization values,” she enumerated.
“The EU has entrusted the keys to the Middle East door to Turkey, which now blackmailed us into submission. Today, it is preparing to open the door of the European house to the Third World. Let’s take back the keys to Europe and the house of France,” she emphasized.
For the campaign, Marine Le Pen intends to mobilize all local and national elected representatives, whatever their label is, against this pact. At the European level, the National Rally will campaign with its allies within the European Identity and Democracy Party. They plan to launch a petition targeting 1 million signatures.
Le Pen is not the only one aligned against the plan. The Visegrád countries of Hungary, Poland and Czechia have also voiced their opposition to the new plan.
Other countries that may reject the pact are Austria, Serbia, Slovenia, and the Baltic states of Latvia and Estonia, which have signed an open letter to the European Commission against migrant quotas with Visegrád Four nations this year.