Entries by Alain DeBenoist

Repentance has no place in politics

Translated from the French by Tom Sunic Below is the interview Alain de Benoist gave recently to Boulevard Voltaire **** Q. Shortly before his death, François Mitterrand said those definitive words to the perplexed Jean-Pierre Elkabbach: “France does not need to apologize.” Mitterand spoke of those famed “darkest hours in our history.” Today, however, “repentance” […]

Big Mother and the Therapeutic State

‘Pantagruel  with his father Gargantua and mother Gargamelle” (watercolor); by Gustave Doré (1832–1883) Translated from the French by Tom Sunic. Below is the interview Alain de Benoist gave recently to Boulevard Voltaire. ****** Q: “Eat your five servings of fruit and vegetables every day!”; “Do some sport!”; “Quit Smoking!”; “Drink one glass, but not two!”; […]

The Turning Point?

Translated from the French by Tom Sunic Centuries never immediately acquire a character that can reward them with a right spot in history. Thus the 20th century did not really start until 1914. Will the 21st century be labeled as “the 2015 century”? Without wishing to predict the future, which remains by definition unpredictable, we […]