After a diatribe against the "Islamists", the "anti-racists" and the "suburban hordes", the threats are quite explicit:
"[...] do not waste time and know that we are ready to support the politicians who will take into consideration the safeguard of the nation.
On the other hand, if nothing is done, laxity will continue to spread inexorably in society, ultimately causing an explosion and the intervention of our active comrades in a perilous mission of protecting our civilizational values and safeguarding our compatriots on the national territory.
As we can see, there is no more time to procrastinate, otherwise, tomorrow the civil war will put an end to this growing chaos, and the deaths, for which you will bear the responsibility, will number in the thousands."
Immediately, Marine le Pen, leader of the far-right RN party (second French party by number of votes) supported the movement.
The army reacted by announcing that it would bring before the war council 18 active military identified in the petition, and would probably remove the generals who signed the platform.
"According to the Harris Interactive survey carried out for LCI, 64% of respondents have heard of this forum and 38% see precisely what it is. [...] In total, 58% of respondents support the military who signed the platform, according to our survey, carried out on a sample of 1,613 people.
[...] almost one in two people (49%) believe that the military should intervene to guarantee order even without the government's solicitation. "