During World War II, the French government which collaborated with the Nazis was known as the Vichy regime. To this day, "Vichy" and "collaborationist" are regarded by most people as terms of contempt.
What the term means, in its essence, is a government which sides with outsiders against its own citizens.
So what is the difference between such governments and the current European ones which are welcoming the Muslim invaders en masse? Are these governments not betraying their own citizens?
They are nothing but collaborationists, or quislings, or traitors, or fifth columnists, or whichever term you prefer.
The European people themselves, for the most part, don't seem to want to see their populations transformed.
You never seem to hear the man in the street in Stockholm talk about how wonderful it is that their city is no longer as safe as it once was.
You never hear the man in the street in Denmark talk about how great it is that their welfare system is now being strained to the limit by all the young Muslim men.
You never hear the people of Cologne talk about how much more exciting New Year's Eve is now.
Nor do you hear French people speak about how great it is that the banlieus have now become so dangerous that even the police are afraid to go there.
But the media don't seem interested in interviewing the man in the street. They prefer to quote the politicians, who, led as they are by rich and powerful international interests, don't seem to care.
Time for a change in the language.