Category Archives: France

Theater Thursday: Jean de Florette/Manon des Sources

Shimon emails: Some people seek escapism, others seek exploration. Entertainment is usually about escapism into idealized fantasy, art is about honest delving into difficult truths. And truth isn’t about simple good guys vs bad guys. Even good guys can be … Continue reading

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The West Changes Direction On Immigration

Comments at Steve Sailer: * I’m quite impressed with the dramatic change in direction pretty much everywhere in the West on the immigration issue. First Brexit, then Trump, freed up discussion of immigration. What they exposed is the bankruptcy of … Continue reading

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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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