It seems incredible that, just as Europe’s cultures are at risk of being obliterated within a few decades by a massive influx of Northern Africans, the Minister of Education in France appears keen on accelerating that cultural devastation.

In an interview on Monday with BFMTV, Mr Jean-Michel Blanquer suggested France requires a “qualitative approach” to insert the “prestigious Arabic language, one of the most important in civilization” into public schools.

This comes after the Minister for Education was urged to read the Institut Montaigne’s report entitled “The Islamist Factory,” with the idea being that teaching Arabic at schools would weaken the influence of radicalised mosques on French Muslim youths.

The Minister went on to say “Arabic is a wonderful literary language that should be learnt by all, not just those with a Muslim background.”

The backlash from the right was swift and to the point. The Mayor of Beziers, Robert Menard, branded this a “project with incalculable consequences.” He has previously criticised the “great replacement” taking place in France, which to most is plain to see, and was fined €2,000 for what the then Socialist government deemed “inciting hatred.”

This time, Mr Menard tweeted the following warning: “To advance the teaching of Arabic in school and to ‘afford it prestige’ is to legitimise the birth of another nation within France.”

Antoine Baudino, head of the National Rally party’s Marseille region (which is heavily populated by Muslims) mused on the lack of logic of such a proposal: “In a normal country, immigrants are asked to integrate, particularly by learning the local language. Whereas in our country, the Minister of Education wants French children to learn Arabic.”

There appears to be no stopping President Emmanuel Macron’s globalist agenda for France, despite the Muslim population being now estimated at a very substantial 16%, and rising.

Source: Voice of Europe