The Camp of the Saints

Article author: 
Paul Craig Roberts
Article date: 
16 November 2022
Article category: 
National News
Medium
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We are living in the era of the collapse of Western civilization. In a few years there will be nothing left of Western civilization in England and Europe.  The English already have a Hindu Indian as prime minister and a Pakistani as mayor of their capital city, London. Only mosque, not Christian churches, are being built in Europe.  See this.

The English are housing the daily inflow of immigrant-invaders in 4-Star hotels, and, running out of hotel space, are considering housing the immigrant-invaders on cruise ships. See this, this, this, and this....

“Fact checkers” in the whore US media, such as Reuters, deny the facts published by the BBC, The Telegraph, and the rest of the British media and discussed openly by British government ministers.  For the whore American media facts that discredit “multiculturalism” and “diversity” are impermissible. See this.

As bad as it is for the English and Europeans, it is much worse in America.

US Border officials report that  a record 2.4 million immigrant-invaders entered the US this year, shattering  last year’s record of 1.7 million.  NBC News reports the figure is 2.76 million swollen by the numbers of Venezuelans, Cubans and Nicaraguans from countries suffering under arbitrary and illegal US sanctions....

As white people everywhere in the West are under attack as racists, even in their own public schools and universities and by the Democrat Party, the outlook for white ethnicities is dismal.

Related

The Camp of the Saints, by Jean Raspail, The Social Contract, Volume 4, Number 2 (Winter 1993-1994).

The Camp of the Saints Revisited, by John Tanton, The Social Contract, Volume 5, Number 2 (Winter 1994-1995).

The Emergence of a 'Classic', by Wayne Lutton, The Social Contract, Volume 5, Number 2 (Winter 1994-1995).

The Traditionalism of Jean Raspail, The Social Contract, Volume 5, Number 2 (Winter 1994-1995).

Book Review of 'The Camp of the Saints' by Jean Raspail, by Carol Joyal, The Social Contract, Volume 10, Number 4 (Summer 2000).

Jean Raspail on the Friendly Responses He Has Received From the Powerful - An excerpt from the new introduction of the latest French edition, by Jean Raspail, The Social Contract, Volume 25, Number 3 (Spring 2015).

'The Camp of the Saints' Revisited - Modern critics have justified the message of a 1973 novel on mass immigration, by K.C. McAlpin, The Social Contract, Volume 27, Number 4 (Summer 2017).

On John Tanton and The Camp of the Saints, by Michelle Malkin, The Social Contract, Volume 30, Number 1 (Fall 2019).

Parable or Reality - Thirty Years after 'The Camp of the Saints', by Jean-Paul Gourevitch, The Social Contract, Volume 14, Number 2 (Winter 2003-2004).

‘Camp of the Saints’ in Real Life - Boat People Demand a Better Life in the West, by Brenda Walker, The Social Contract, Volume 22, Number 2 (Winter 2011-2012).

Note: An English-language translation of the book, The Camp of the Saints was published by The Social Contract for many years. However at this time The Social Contract no longer publishes the book. We are not aware of other publishers of the English-language translation of the book.