Politics

The Empire Strikes Back

16.02.2018
The first days of Trump’s administration brought a sense of relief, with the defeat of the Clinton clan, and what people thought was also a defeat of the Atlantist power and of liberal-capitalism.
 

Alternative für Merkel: What Didn’t Go Right for the Chancellor

29.12.2017

Almost half of German citizens (47%) has expressed the opinion that German Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel should leave her post before the end of her mandate.

The poll was conducted by the sociological service YouGov for the agency DPA. About two thousand citizens of Germany with the right to vote participated in the poll.

36% expressed the opinion, that Merkel should remain until the end of her term in 2021.

"Le moment populiste", part 7. The people against the elites

With the gap widening between the people and the dominant class, political legitimacy and political reality are also divorced from each other. Photo: Pixabay
With the gap widening between the people and the dominant class, political legitimacy and political reality are also divorced from each other. Photo: Pixabay
18.10.2017

“Without an implosion of the political traditional political system, the division and the break up of French society seems inevitable,” wrote Christophe Guilluy.

"Le moment populist", part 5. There`s no "shifting to the right"

To speak of “shifting to the right” would only be a lazy way of interpreting such an evolution. Photo: Pixabay
To speak of “shifting to the right” would only be a lazy way of interpreting such an evolution. Photo: Pixabay
15.10.2017

Boulevard Voltaire introduces its readers to a recent book that the editorial team appreciated. Every day, a new extract is published. Le Moment populiste. Droite-gauche, c’est fini!, by Alain de Benoist.

"Le moment populiste", part 2. Three dangerous tendencies of modern world

For many decades the people noticed that their daily lives were deeply effected by developments that they had never been consulted about, that the political class, in all its tendencies, never sought to change or stop. Photo: digitaltrends.com
For many decades the people noticed that their daily lives were deeply effected by developments that they had never been consulted about, that the political class, in all its tendencies, never sought to change or stop. Photo: digitaltrends.com
12.10.2017

Boulevard Voltaire introduces its readers to a recent book that the editorial team appreciated. Every day, a new extract is published. Le Moment populiste. Droite-gauche, c’est fini!, by Alain de Benoist.