With Western Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Sutherland Shire ‘targets’ for so-called refugee settlement, Australians might like to read the ultimate book on this problem. The novel, ‘The Camp Of The Saints‘, was composed in 1973 – before there were any hordes of ‘boatpeople’ and mass outpourings of people from the Third World.
The author, Jean Raspail, predicted better than a crystal-ball, the false moralities, the legions of idiots crying ‘refugees’ be given entry, the twisted clergy seeking heaven, the leftist activists seeing revolution as the boats unload and the greedy seeing a new labour force with every ‘grateful’ arrival.
Jean Raspail (1925 – ) is a French author, traveler and explorer. His seminal work, ‘The Camp of the Saints (1973) predicts the overwhelming collapse of Western civilization in a ‘tidal wave’ of Third World immigration. Today, the book is popular among immigration reductionists.
In 1970, the Académie Française awarded Raspail its Jean-Walther Prize for the whole of his work. In 2009, the Editions of Methuselah rewarded him the Wartburg Literary Award for the whole of his work.
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