Charles translated the following post from Claude Reichman, organiser of the Blue Revolution in France.
"What's the point of the Blue Revolution?"
I'm often asked this question and the answer is simple:
The Blue Revolution wants to liberate speech for the many French who desire to peacefully express their profound rejection of the ruling political class which is increasingly
disconnected from the realities and the aspirations of a people desiring to live freely and in peace,and who find themselves today marginalized before so many aggressions on the part of Statesmen."
"As I see things, I would (scheme? Separate?) these aggressions along 4 axis which could of course be subdivided further along multiple aspects:
1) Aggressions against our nation and our identity:
Immigration-invasion, permanent repentance, praise of multiculturalism;
2) Economic Aggressions:
Taxes, fees, Nanny-State, rigidity of work codes, privileges of those in civil service;
3) Freedom-killing aggressions in daily life:
Discrimination laws, homophobia laws, reduction of freedom of expression;
4) Aggressions against essential values:
Depraved justice where the guilty are treated as the victims; we must retrieve notions of personal responsibility, merit, respect for life, respect for private property, democratic rights.
The Blue Revolution therefore intends upon liberating the speech of the people on these subjects/themes.
The revolution takes place outside the political parties that members may belong to, so that it can better propose a program that we hope will carry forward the wishes of the Blue Revolution for profound changes, thereby allowing our nation to avoid succumbing [to these aggressions]."