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We can never say enough bad things about all these people from elsewhere who, for centuries, have been striving to disfigure France, to destroy it, to bring it only the worst.  And worse still, they have children who continue their destructive work.

Among those born abroad, countless enemies of French identity, a few names, in bulk: from Italy (Mazarin, Catherine de Médicis, Casanova, Elsa Schiaparelli, Guillaume Apollinaire, Yves Montand, Pierre Cardin, Marcel Bich, Sergio Reggiani), from Germany (Simone Signoret) Austria (Romy Schneider), Spain (Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Jorge Semprún, Michel Del Castillo, Cristóbal Balenciaga), Switzerland (Blaise Cendrars, Françoise Giroud, Le Corbusier), Belgium (Raymond Devos, Robert Denoël, Agnès Varda), Greece (Kostas Axelos, Vassilis Alexakis, Costa Gavras, Iannis Xenakis), Czech Republic (Milan Kundera), Poland (Frederic Chopin, Marie Curie, Henri Krasucki, Octave Klaba, Jean-Marie Lustiger), Lithuania (Emmanuel Levinas), Hungary (Joseph Kosma), Finland (Ellen Thesleff, Helene Schjerfbeck, Elin Danielson-Gambogi), Sweden (Siri Derkert, Hanna Hirsch-Pauli), Belarus (Marc Chagall), Russia (Nicolas de Staël, Romain Gary, Vassily Kandinsky, Arthur Adamov, Comtesse de Ségur, Andreï Makine, Léon Poliakov, Nathalie Sarraute, Henri Troyat, Elsa Triolet, Anna Golubkina, Marie Vassilieff), Ukraine (Georges Charpak, Serge Lifar), Bulgaria (Tzvetan Todorov), Serbia (Enki Bilal), Romania (Eugène Ionesco, Cioran, Brancusi), Cuba (José-Maria de Heredia), Uruguay (Jules Supervielle), Brazil (Tarsila do Amaral), Argentina (Joseph Kessel), the United States (Julien Green, Jules Dassin, Joe Dassin, Joséphine Baker), Egypt (Albert Cossery, Guy Béart, Georges Moustaki, Dalida, Claude-François Andrée Chedid, Louis Chedid), Morocco (Serge Haroche, Tahar Ben Jelloun, Jean Reno, Gad Elmaleh, Djamel Debbouze); Tunisia (Georges Wolinski, Azzedine Alaïa), Algeria (José Aboulker, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Cohen-Tannoudji, Jean Pierre Bacri, Jean Daniel, Kad Merad, Patrick Bruel), Senegal (Ousmane Sembène), Turkey (Missak Manouchian, Henri Verneuil), Iran (Marjane Satrapi);  Lebanon (Rodolphe Saadé, Ibrahim Maalouf), Syria (Mohamed Altrad), China (François Cheng, Cai Guo-Qiang, Zao Wou-Ki, Fang Junbi), Japan (Kenzo Takada). And so many others, including, at least, very recently, great business leaders, great doctors, exceptional researchers, two mayors of Paris, dozens of ministers, and two prime ministers.

Nor should we forget those who were born in France to a parent from abroad, and who have done, or are still doing, as everyone knows, the greatest harm to French identity: Germaine de Staël, Irene Joliot-Curie, Albert Uderzo, René Goscinny, Robert Badinter, Zinedine Zidane, Emile Zola, Émile Pereire and Isaac Pereire, Henri Bergson, Roger Vadim, Marcel Marceau, Charles Aznavour, Coluche, Edgar Morin, Isabelle Adjani, Fabrice Lucchini, Raymond Kopa, Serge Gainsbourg, Vladimir Jankélévitch, Omar Sy, Jacques Tati, Roman Polanski, Emmanuelle Béart, Jeanne Moreau, Johnny Halliday, Josiane Balasko, Manu Chao, Louis de Funès, Michel Jonasz, Mathieu Kassovitz, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Georges Brassens, François Cavanna, Joan Sfar, Lino Ventura, Francis Cabrel, Léon Gambetta, Michel Platini, Bernard Kouchner, Claude Berri, Agnés Jaoui, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Jean-Pierre Mocky, Georges Perec, Catherine Ringer, Françoise Dolto, Gérard Oury, Michel Polnareff, Maxime Rodinson, Pierre-André Taguieff, Marina Vlady, Alain Prost, Yannick Noah, Robert Hossein, Yasmina Reza, Francis Picabia. And so many others, including, very recently, hundreds of mayors, dozens of ministers and a President of the Republic.

To these must be added all those anonymous men and women who have done so much harm to France by giving their lives in the fight. And finally, those who, by the millions, have come for more than two centuries, and still come to bring their knowledge, their creativity, their work; whether they are (female or male) policemen, magistrates, firemen, doctors, teachers, researchers, lawyers, engineers, financiers, journalists, artists, cooks, drivers, bodybuilders, miners, bricklayers, plumbers, garbage collectors, nurses, maternal assistants, care assistants, and many others.

Thanks to heaven, we have also managed, over the centuries, to drive out many Protestants, Jews and Muslims, who disfigured our country and left to enrich others.

One more effort, and we will soon be free of all foreign presence, without any great or small replacement, in a comforting nothingness.