Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Last Battle of France: Islamic Immigration and the Fate of the West

Via Mike

V Desportes 
 Retired French General Vincent Desportes author of the book, “The Last Battle of France,” has written extensively of Islamic terrorism.

"Men of Harlech" or "The March of the Men of Harlech" (Welsh: Rhyfelgyrch Gwŷr Harlech) is a song and military march which is traditionally said to describe events during the seven year long siege of Harlech Castle, Wales, between 1461 and 1468.

“The Last Battle of France” is the English translation of a new book by retired French General Vincent Desportes, La Dermiere Bataille de France. Desportes is not writing about the fall of France to the German Army in 1940 or of the battle of Dien Bien Phu that ended on May 7, 1954, and resulted in French withdrawal from its colonies in Indochina: Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. General Desportes is warning France and the Western world, very seriously, that accommodations to Muslim culture and purely defensive actions against Islamic Jihad and terrorism will not bring peace or arrest the Islamization of France.

General Vincent is the author of many books and seems to be one of the rare and courageous truth tellers that France, Europe, and the United States need to heed. According to a Tanisie Secret article by Nebil Ben Yahmed, dated January 19, 2015, General Vincent announced that Daech (ISIS) is a “Dr. Frankenstein” monster created by the United States. This was apparently a finding of a French Commission on Foreign Affairs related to issues important to the French armed forces. He specifically mentioned Hillary Clinton’s role as U.S. Secretary of State.

This finding has also been confirmed by a de-classified intelligence report obtained by Judicial Watch in June 2016.

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