A conversation with former Czech President Václav Klaus, for John Bolton’s Gatestone Institute

vklaus_1  Václav Klaus is a Czech economist and politician who served as the second President of the Czech Republic from 2003 to 2013. He also served as the second and last Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, federal subject of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic, from July 1992 until the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in January 1993, and as the first Prime Minister of the newly-independent Czech Republic from 1993 to 1998. He is known for his euroscepticism, denial of man-caused global warming, opposition to mass immigration, and support of free market capitalism.

  This conversation with Grégoire Canlorbe took place in Paris, in December 2017. It was first published on John Bolton’s Gatestone Institute. You may find the Czech translation here.

  Grégoire Canlorbe: People are often defined by a common worldview rather than by genetics or where they live. In view of the situation in the Czech Republic, do you agree?

  Václav Klaus: I would return the issue to the defense of the Nation-State. I truly believe in the Nation-State, therefore I am so critical of the continental ambitions of many European officials. I do not believe in the European Union or the European integration. This is for me the starting point.

  For me, the Nation-State is the only possible way to have democracy. Democracy simply cannot exist at a higher level, as in continents, let alone global democracy in the world. So, my starting point is the Nation-State, the defense of the Nation-State, and the fighting continental integration.

  In this respect, I am in favor of Trump. Donald Trump is not my cup of tea personally, intellectually, but his position on many issues is a positive one. I especially think of his refusal to sign the Paris Agreement, his important speeches like that in Warsaw in the summer or that in the United Nations in September, defending the Nation-States, culture, traditions, habits, mores and behaviors, lifestyles. It is something that I feel is with Trump, something that Hillary Clinton would never, never say.

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Antiracism, the Trojan horse for the “Great Replacement”

The following piece was originally published by American Renaissance, on  September 21, 2018.

  There exist at least two lefts: the socialist left and the cosmopolitan left. One promotes income equality and the planned economy; the other promotes the erasure of nations, the leveling of races and cultures, the abolition of physical and moral boundaries. Among liberals [libertarians, free-marketers], some oppose opening borders to mass immigration, but denounce only socialism rather than cosmopolitanism—as if opening borders were only a modality of socialism, another way of redistributing the incomes from rich countries towards the migrants from poor countries.

  This intellectual and moral mistake plays into the hands of the transnational elites who manipulate the political life in Western nations—a group I call the world superclass. In daring to denounce cosmopolitanism, National Liberalism—the movement of which I am a part—defends sovereign nations and opposes the global superclass. National Liberalism does not care only about economic freedoms; it fights to safeguard the bio-cultural identity of nations.

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Emergence of national-liberalism on the French political stage

  The election of Donald Trump and the entry into government by Sebastian Kurz and Heinz Christian Strache in Austria and Matteo Salvini in Italy are serious setbacks for the world superclass. In France, Emmanuel Macron has been appointed by the European elites to stem the tide of Western “populism.” Founded and chaired by Henry de Lesquen, the Parti National-Libéral [in English: National-Liberal Party, or National-Libertarian Party], intends to lead the right. Continuer la lecture de « Antiracism, the Trojan horse for the “Great Replacement” »

A conversation with Daniel Conversano, for American Renaissance

35791548_2139485879663676_5280895794918981632_n  Daniel Conversano, co-founder of the Suavelos association, is a Franco-Italian thinker and novelist who defines himself as a white advocate and Westernist. He is the author of Désolé Jean-Pierre, and publishes twice a month long filmed interviews with figures of nationalism, cultural and political interviews that he has been conducting since April 2016. The program is called “Vive l’Europe” and is very successful on the French-speaking net.

  Grégoire Canlorbe: How do you move from fighting for the nation to fighting for the white race?

  Daniel Conversano: In my opinion, there is no nation without a people. This is why I have long defined myself as a nationalist and not as a patriot, the difference between the two being that the nationalist takes into consideration the people in its racial dimension—the blood. France is a white country, like all European countries. The population of a white nation may change ethnically from one European group to another, it will remain a white country, and therefore a European nation.

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Une conversation avec Renaud Camus, pour Dreuz.info

  Cet entretien a été initialement publié par Dreuz.info, le 3 avril 2018.

1bf3ea72138798d095d70c5b2466cc3d_400x400  Renaud Camus est un écrivain et militant politique français. C’est dans l’Abécédaire de l’in-nocence que Renaud Camus introduit, en 2010, l’expression du « grand remplacement », qui a été maintes fois reprise et commentée depuis lors. Il préside le Conseil National de la Résistance Européenne, qu’il a fondé en 2017.

  Grégoire Canlorbe : Vous affirmez contre vents et marées le « grand remplacement » de la population de souche française et européenne. Pourriez-vous nous rappeler ce qui motive ce diagnostic ?

  Renaud Camus : Le regard. L’expérience quotidienne. Le chagrin.

  Grégoire Canlorbe : Le remplacisme constitue, dites-vous, l’idéologie de la superclasse mondiale. Voyez-vous en Emmanuel Macron, dont le « remplacisme » ne pose pas question, un agent de la superclasse mondiale ?

  Renaud Camus : Ah oui, par excellence : le meilleur. C’est l’homme de Davos. D’ailleurs il instaure à grandes enjambées ce que j’appelle la « davocratie directe », la gestion directe du parc humain par les banques, par la finance hors-sol, par les multinationales. Il n’est pour s’en convaincre que d’observer la neutralisation systématique et précipitée à laquelle il se livre de la strate politique intermédiaire : renvoi dans leurs foyers de toutes les personnalités politiques françaises qui ont tenu le devant de la scène depuis trente ans, gouvernement de seconds couteaux, majorité parlementaire de fantoches hébétés, réduction constante des avantages de la carrière politique, interdiction des doubles mandats, limitation du nombre de mandats dans le temps, réduction du droit d’amendement, asséchement pécuniaire de tous les pouvoirs locaux, privatisations accélérées, liquidation du service public, braderie du patrimoine national, on n’en finirait pas. L’État est détruit pierre à pierre au bénéfice des grands investisseurs.

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