Entries by Guillaume Durocher

Learning from the EU Experiment (I): The anti/pro-EU question should be tactical

 Official EU propaganda: Uniting Europeans in the face of Asian, Muslim and African power? If only. The video was later retracted as “racist.” The European Union is one of the great political experiments of recent decades. The EU’s official motivation — founded in the hope of ending Europeans’ fratricidal wars and to unite them as […]

Avoiding Nationalist-on-Nationalist violence: Electoral Politics vs. Cultural Metapolitics

White Nationalist websites appear to be abuzz with conflict these days. Occidental Dissent has a list, amusing or depressing depending on your mindset, of “beefs” between White Nationalists. The movement seems so fractious and sectarian at times it rather recalls the far-leftists inimitably parodied by Monty Python. I am now involved in this as Ted […]

The Africanization of France: Medical data suggests one-third French births are non-White

  I take bold claims from alternative media with a grain of salt. So when the popular French racialist blog Fdesouche (short for “ethnic French”) claimed that around 34.44% of newborns in France in 2012 were non-White, I did not think much of it, supposing this figure was much too high to be realistic.  I […]

How to talk about Jewish money influencing politics without getting into trouble

Here is Matt Yglesias talking about how Jewish money is what is making Congress so pro-Israel, my brackets and bolding: What drives the overwhelming congressional support for Israel that’s such a striking element of American politics? For some members, it’s genuine passion. For others, it has to do with public opinion [shaped by whom?]. But another real […]

Alain Soral FAQ, Part 3

Part 1 Part 2 What are Alain Soral’s relations with foreign nationalists? Soral can be said to support all nationalists worldwide who are opponents of “the Empire.” He has previously called himself an “alter-nationalist,” modeled on the borderless-Left’s “alter-globalist.” Put another way: “Nationalists of the world, unite!” In particular, Soral has said that Hugo Chávez’s brand […]

Alain Soral FAQ, Part 2

Go to Part 1. Where is Alain Soral coming from? Or, from “Game” to Social Conservatism Born on October 2, 1958, Alain Soral had by all accounts a miserable family life, beaten by his father, a downwardly-mobile déclassé who was convicted of fraud and lost his properties. He went to Paris in 1976 doing odd jobs. Despite […]

Alain Soral FAQ, Part 1

Alain Soral has become an influential presence on the French political and cultural scene. The following attempts to shed some light on this complex and fascinating figure. Part 1: What are Alain Soral’s political positions? What is Alain Soral’s influence? How has Alain Soral become so successful in building an audience? Part 2: What is […]