It’s curious that he chose only to kill himself, rather than the politicians who are responsible for what is happening. Apparently he was a weapons expert, having written a history of weapons, so he could probably have done some damage.
It’s notable that the multicult press is now trying to spin this as being about gay marriage. As his note makes clear, it was about the European Genocide first and foremost, that is the replacement of Europeans in their ancestral homelands by non-Europeans.
I am healthy in body and mind and am overwhelmed with love for my wife and children. I love life and expect nothing beyond that, save the perpetuation of my race and my spirit. However, in the evening of this life, faced with grave perils for my French and European homeland, I feel a duty to act while I still have the force to do it. I believe it necessary to sacrifice myself to break the lethargy that is overcoming us. I offer what remains of my life with the intention of protest and foundation. I chose a highly symbolic place, the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, which I respect and admire. It was built by the genius of my ancestors on more ancient places of worship, recalling our immemorial origins.
While so many many make themselves slaves to their life, my gesture embodies an ethic of will. I give my death to awaken the dulled consciousnesses. I rebel against fate. I rebel against the poisons of the soul and against the invading individual desires that destroy the anchors of our identity and especially the family, the intimate base of our multi-thousand year civilisation. While I defend the identity of all peoples in their homelands, I rebel against the crime that is seeking to replace our populations.
The dominant discourse not being able to emerge from its toxic ambiguities, it is for Europeans to draw their conclusions. Not having an identitarian religion to bind us, since Homer we have shared our own memory, repository of all the values on which our future renaissance will be refounded, breaking with the metaphysics of the infinite, pernicious source of all modern trends.
I ask for forgiveness in advance from all those to whom my death will cause suffering, and first of all my wife, my children and my grandchildren, as well as my friends and supporters. But once the shock and the grief has faded, I don’t doubt that they will understand the meaning of my gesture and will overcome their pain with pride. My wish is that they will confer with one another on how to go on. They will find in my recent writings the anticipation and explanation of my gesture.