Roosh Valizadeh Offers Praise for White Supremacist ‘Camp of the Saints’ Novel

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In a recent article for Return of Kings, pickup artist Roosh Valizadeh claimed that the white supremacist novel The Camp of the Saints “predicted” the European migrant crisis. Written by French author Jean Raspail in 1973, The Camp of the Saints is, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a “racist fantasy about an invasion of France and the white Western world by a fleet of starving, dark-skinned refugees.”

It is therefore no wonder that Roosh, who once gave a favorable review to the anti-Semitic book The Culture of Critique, would plug the book on his website. In his article, Roosh wrote that the book “predicted the European migrant crisis forty years before it began,” and not just the “actual invasion by brown migrants” but the “leftist arguments that enabled it” as well.

“The story follows a one-million strong flotilla of Indians who are slowly making their way to Europe” and “focuses on the mood of the pending arrival, particularly how Europeans were eager to cuck themselves into oblivion,” he wrote. Of its author, Raspail, Roosh claimed that he understood how the media is able to guilt white people into accepting “non-white migrants.” “He even knew that migrants would bring diseases like tuberculosis,” Roosh added.

“The centuries-long segregation of the first and third-world brought great complacency upon Europe,” he declared. “No one could really get a grasp of what was in store once the third-world reached critical mass and started invading the West.” And after describing a scene in which a white man’s wife is “brutally raped” by “joyous Africans,” Roosh noted that the “European women who welcomed the refugees became whores for them” — supposedly another successful prediction by Raspail. As proof, Roosh linked to the conspiracy-peddling website InfoWars.

“Raspail even predicted the fact that the media would elevant [sic] the interracial couplings of white women and the invaders,” he continued, claiming that “[w]e saw something similar recently when the German government sponsored sex workshops for migrants on how to fornicate with German girls.”

Roosh ended his review by calling The Camp of the Saints  a “prophetic story” that “showed how the migrants themselves weren’t the only cause of Europe’s destruction” and revealed the role that “leftists” played in “ripping apart the country before their arrival.”

Written in 1973, The Camp Of The Saints is a novel by Jean Raspail that predicted the European migrant crisis forty years before it began, not only the actual invasion by brown migrants but also the leftist arguments that enabled it, which ushered Europe to its doom.

The story follows a one-million strong flotilla of Indians who are slowly making their way to Europe. The leaders and people of Europe have decided not to stop their arrival. Light on action, the book focuses on the mood of the pending arrival, particularly how Europeans were eager to cuck themselves into oblivion.

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Raspail understood how the media whips the public into feeling immense guilt as a mechanism to introduce non-white migrants. Well before the globalist view on migration and equality was elucidated, Raspail was steps ahead in predicting what the result of it would be, as if he was reading into a crystal ball. He even knew that migrants would bring diseases like tuberculosis.

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The centuries-long segregation of the first and third-world brought great complacency upon Europe. No one could really get a grasp of what was in store once the third-world reached critical mass and started invading the West.

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In a bittersweet scene, one of the prominent media leftists goes out with his wife to celebrate the arrival of the flotilla with joyous Africans. Towards the end of the party, his wife gets brutally raped by them and he eventually dies in sorrow. The horde’s arrival suddenly awakened all the immigrants already in the country into asserting themselves. They began stealing directly from the native citizens by attacking their “white privilege.”

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The European women who welcomed the refugees became whores for them. If you think this is too extreme, consider that European women are getting raped by migrants today but not reporting the crime, yet if a white man so much as brushes past them, he’s accused of assault.

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Raspail even predicted the fact that the media would elevant [sic] the interracial couplings of white women and the invaders. We saw something similar recently when the German government sponsored sex workshops for migrants on how to fornicate with German girls.

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The Camp Of The Saints was a prophetic story that showed how the migrants themselves weren’t the only cause of Europe’s destruction—leftists played the largest role in ripping apart the country before their arrival, a fact that many of us already know too well.