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Éric Zemmour: SOS Racisme, a case study in anti-nationalist Jewish activism

By Éric Zemmour, from his Le Suicide français, translated by Guillaume Durocher SOS Racisme’s famous logo: “Don’t touch my pal,” urging Europeans and Jews (somewhat patronizingly) to protect their Black or Muslim “pal.” Translator’s note: It is common among American readers to suppose that although Jewish groups are quite powerful and are a critical force for […]


Éric Zemmour: The Rise of the Shoah as the Official Religion of the French Republic

Translation by Guillaume Durocher Translator’s note: Éric Zemmour is a Sephardic Jewish French journalist and pundit, no doubt the “most nationalist” voice allowed on French television, all but telling people to vote for the Front National. I found his bestselling book Le Suicide français, while sometimes false or circumspect, surprisingly frank on certain issues. The […]


Towards ‘Kosher Nationalism”? (4): The Rise of Éric Zemmour and the Case of France

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 The Jewish dilemma on immigration is perhaps most apparent in France. The French situation is unique in many respects: The largest Jewish population outside of Israel and the United States (about 600,000 people or 1% of the population). A staggering Jewish intellectual/cultural presence, perhaps more influential politically than in […]


Biocentric Political Thought in the Third Reich: A Review of Johann Chapoutot’s The Law of Blood

The Law of Blood Johann Chapoutot La loi du sang: Penser et agir en nazi Paris: Gallimard, 2014 (English translation by Miranda Richmond Mouillot Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2018, in press) “I mean, say what you want about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it’s an ethos.” — Walter Sobchak In today’s culture, […]


Chancellor Adenauer on Jewish Power

“The power of the Jews even today, especially in America, should not be underestimated.” – Konrad Adenauer, 1965. A recurring theme in my writing is documenting the comments of mainstream European statesmen on Jewish power and influence. Given my background, this has primarily focused on French leaders. In general, as these figures approach retirement or […]


Eyes on the (Demographic) Prize: Making the Most of Anti-EU and Anti-TAFTA Sentiment

The democratic credentials of the current Western regimes are, no doubt, greatly exaggerated and indeed completely false concerning any explicit (and often even cryptic) defense of ethnic European interests. Nonetheless, one must admit that genuine democratic debate is currently being allowed on two major issues in Europe today: Membership in the European Union is being […]