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"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.

Russia needs Novorossiya

18.10.2017

Russia needs Novorossiya and Malorossiya - at least the part of Malorossiya that is east of the Dnepr river. These parts are not "ukrainian", they never were and they never will be!

(In)Subordination and Global Context

17.10.2017

In your books “La Insubordinación Fundante” (“The Founding Rebellion”) and “Insubordinación y Desarrollo” (“Rebellion and Development”), you claim that rebellion is what causes the development and success of nations.

"Le moment populiste", part 6. The inversion of values

The unleashing of the logic of limitlessness into a world deprived of guidelines inspires a deep identitarian and existential malaise in spirits. Photo: Pixabay
The unleashing of the logic of limitlessness into a world deprived of guidelines inspires a deep identitarian and existential malaise in spirits. Photo: Pixabay
16.10.2017

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.

Brexit – A Particular Perspective

16.10.2017

The recent surge in particular sentiments, anti-globailsm and authenticity politics betrays a longing for a politcal rapproachment between reality and representation or the way we think and the way we speak.

"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.