Entries by Guillaume Durocher

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 […]

Look Who’s Coming to Brussels: Analysis of the Nationalist Victories in the EU Elections

Editor’s note: Comments are open for this article.  The leaders of the European Alliance for Freedom, the biggest coalition of nationalist parties in Europe. From left to right: Matteo Salvini (Italy), Harald Vilimsky (Austria), Marine Le Pen (France), Geert Wilders (Netherlands) and Gerolf Annemans (Flanders, Belgium). Prior to last week’s European elections, a French Socialist […]