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The editorial was published in the French newspaper L’Œuvre (published 1904 to 1946; 274,000 daily copies in 1939)French Wiki entry
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Globalization Against Nations: A Prophetic Editorial of May 1943
Translation Alison Chabloz
Sans Concession tv / Editorials tv
74 years ago, on May 25, 1943, Marcel Déat published a prophetic editorial. He foresaw what
the destiny of France and of Europe would be in the event of an allied victory.
After recalling that, because international capitalism had gone on a crusade to eradicate the
Third Reich there would never be any peace compromise, he explained: "What does American
capitalism want? To dominate tomorrow’s world markets with the help of its gold reserves.
Details of the system envisaged matter little (...). It is always a question of autonomous trade
regulation for each country through international banks, thus keeping them under economic
Then comes, in my view, the most important: the end of Europe via mass immigration and
general cretinization. Marcel Déat ends his prophecy as follows: "And, of course, a vast
undertaking of rotting the race, biologically and morally, which will develop through the
press, literature and cinema. French thought will become a standardized lucubration of
miserable slogans. It will be the end of all culture, the lamentable twilight of everything that
once represented the honor and greatness of European civilization." Yes indeed, along with
other collaborators well aware of what was at stake, Marcel Déat understood and was able to
accurately predict the future.
And he ends his editorial by launching this appeal: "Europe unites and fights in order to
disunite. How can Europe’s sons not sense the insolent threat that weighs upon them? Why
are they not already roused in unanimous outburst? How can there still be naive and foolish
people who refuse continental entente and European solidarity in the name of this 'freedom',
of which the Anglo-American slave-owners proclaim themselves champions? And will this
delirium end only once all our energy is spent and all our remaining force is in tatters?"