Although I’ve described the positive racial, civilisational, political and cultural duties to practice nationalism; there is one strikingly ubiquitous case made in opposition. This is the view that nationalism causes war, which is ceaselessly trumpeted by our cultural, political and business elites. French President Emmanuel Macron conveyed this much in his speech on the 100th… Continue reading Does Nationalism Cause War?
France’s successful 2018 World Cup campaign, provided ample opportunity for Leftist propaganda. But one piece from the Washington Post particularly stood out for its dishonest, duplicitous nature, that I will respond to. In it, the author (Karen Attiah) makes 2 contradictory claims which expose the mainstream media’s true intentions when promoting this ‘French’ success. First,… Continue reading When the World Cup is Used To Deny French People
In December 2015, I visited France, and although it was still in mourning over the Paris terror attacks, and had some areas in which native French could not be found, I was impressed by the great cultural, historical and artistic value the country had to offer. Which makes contemplating France’s impending annihilation, all the more saddening. One has to wonder: what could have possibly… Continue reading France: A Decomposing Civilization
Gatestone Institute, by Giulio Meotti, April 13, 2017: It was a sort of farewell to the army. During a brief visit to the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle last December, French President François Hollande honored the French soldiers involved in “Operation Chammal” against the Islamic State. After two years and 238 deaths at the hands… Continue reading Which Way Will France Go?
Ahead of the first round in the upcoming French Presidential election, this is good news. As while young Americans and British generally rejected the populist uprisings in their own countries, young French seem to have a better perspective on politics. Breitbart, Liam Deacon, March 12, 2017: Marine Le Pen is supported by a quarter of young… Continue reading Le Pen Pulling in Support Among Young Voters
Whether it be through the sharia, the shahada, the workplace, crime, in dress, mass rape, the burkini or through mass demonstrations of prayer in public, Islam is constantly engaging to reign over norms of non- Muslim countries. The following video is a very interesting insight into these trends in France, and how Islam aims to muscularly… Continue reading Islam’s multi- pronged supremacism
Given the nature of irregular warfare and jihad across the West, it appears sensible to establish extra protection from terror attacks at the Eiffel tower. But, as I once blogged about in regards to Oktoberfest, it is dreadful to watch how mass Islamic immigration is damaging Europe. And with Islamic terrorism aimed at intimidating the non- Islamic West into… Continue reading Bullet-proof glass wall to be built around base of Eiffel Tower to protect against terrorists
Reuters Sat Feb 4, 2017 | 8:34pm EST Marine Le Pen, French National Front (FN) political party leader and candidate for French 2017 presidential election, attends the 2-day FN political rally to launch the presidential campaign in Lyon, France, February 4, 2017. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot By Ingrid Melander | LYON, FRANCE French far-right leader Marine Le… Continue reading Le Pen kicks off campaign with promise of French ‘freedom’ — The crowd chanted the party’s trademark slogan “On est chez nous” (“This is our country!”)
“France: Decomposing in Front of Our Eyes”, Gatestone Institute, December 7, 2016: France will elect a new president in May 2017. Politicians are already campaigning and debating about deficits, welfare recipients, GDP growth, and so on, but they look like puppets disconnected from the real country. What is reality in France today? Violence. It is… Continue reading France: Decomposing in Front of Our Eyes
“France’s Politician Dhimmis”, Gatestone Institute, November 29, 2016: In France, retail chains and importers now have the legal obligation to label products originating in Judea, Samaria, eastern Jerusalem and the Golan Heights. On November 24, the Official Gazette of the French Republic (JORF) published Regulation No 1169/2011, ordering “economic operators” to inform consumers about “the… Continue reading France’s Politician Dhimmis
It might be a few days late, but writing a post in commemoration of the victims of last year’s Paris attacks, is surely better late than never. While I didn’t directly know anyone caught in Paris during this time, I did visit the city only 3 weeks after the atrocities, so on some level these… Continue reading One year on from the Paris attacks