Never published before: interview with France’s ex-States Attorney Gérard Collomb about immigration: “Within five years, the situation could become irreversible”

FRENCH CONSERVATIVE VALEURS ACTUELLES MAGAZINE RELEASED TODAY THE UNPUBLISHED TRANSCRIPT OF AN INTERVIEW WITH EX-MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR (EQUIVALENT TO STATES ATTORNEY) GERARD COLLOMB, WHERE HE SAYS THAT “IN FIVE YEARS’ TIME, THE [IMMIGRATION] SITUATION COULD BECOME IRREVERSIBLE”, BECAUSE “PEOPLE DON’T WANT TO LIVE TOGETHER”.
Here is the excerpt published on his Twitter account (1) by Valeurs Actuelles’s journalist and Deputy editor Tugdual Denis:
Gerard Collomb: This is very worrying. What I read every morning in the police notes reflects a very pessimistic situation. Relationships between people are very difficult, people don’t want to live together…

Valeurs Actuelles: How much responsibility does immigration have?

Huge. That’s why Emmanuel Macron and I wanted to change the law…

Your law only addresses illegal immigration. The legal system allows more than 200,000 people to enter the country each year….

That’s true. We’re doing it step by step. But it remains a problem….

Do you think we no longer need immigration to France?

Yes, absolutely.

I DON’T WANT TO SCARE PEOPLE, BUT I THINK THERE’S NOT MUCH TIME LEFT BEFORE THE WORST HAPPENS
Earlier, you were talking about “living together”. What’s going on?

Communities in France are fighting more and more often against each others, and it is becoming very violent…

What are you afraid of? A partition? A secession?

Yes, I’m thinking about that, that’s what concerns me.

How much time is left before it’s too late?

I don’t want to scare you, but I think there’s not much time left.

How much time?

It is difficult to estimate, but I would say that within five years the situation could become irreversible. Yes, we have five, six years to avoid the worst. After that….

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