Guillaume Bigot is a French essayist.
He is a teacher of geopolitics at the University Pole Leonard de Vinci and author of 'September scenarios of the Apocalypse' and Zombie and the fanatic'. Born in an atheistic family, he converted to Catholicism and even became a priest. Strongly disagrees with the statements of Pope Paul VI on the marriage of priests and the issue of contraception, he left the priesthood to marry. His life then oscillates between media circles (publishing and journalism), politics (he was advisor to François Mitterrand on immigration issues, and Charles Pasqua, then President of the Office of Immigration, wrote novels and essays. He was also a time president of the INED (National Institute of Demographic Studies) created by Alfred Sauvy.
He shares the idea that demography Sauvy helps make or break civilizations idea is found in several of his essays. It also argues unsuccessfully for the creation of a ministry of the population for the Family and "regulation of streams".
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