Category Archives: France

Ode To The Moral Leader

In 2008, during the summer of my discontent, I opened up a live video chat room, the Moral Leader room. In the process, I met an 18 year old girl in Ireland who’d never known a man and I also … Continue reading

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Apocalypto (2006)

Greg Johnson: “At the end of that movie, not a single person in the movie theater was not relieved to see the white people show up and provide a little adult supervision.” Greg: “I want a complete ban of future … Continue reading

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Is the National Front Still the “Far Right” in France?

Steve Sailer writes: French politics are important in a symbolic sense because French political history probably ranks with American and British political history as the best known in the world, and perhaps the best known for ideological purposes. The current … Continue reading

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France’s Multicultural Dystopia

Leon Hadar writes: If you think this is a farfetched nightmare scenario concocted by an Islamophobic mind, consider the way that members of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community or Haredi in Israel have been winning the demographic wars, strengthening their political … Continue reading

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A Brief Survey of the Various Foreigners, Their Chief Characteristics, Customs, and Manners by P.J. O’Rourke

P.J. O’Rourke writes in National Lampoon in 1977: AFRICANS Racial Characteristics: Probably not people at all. Probably some kind of monkey. They eat each other and worship bundles of sticks and mud. You can never remember the names of their … Continue reading

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