Daniel Conversano, Suavelos, December 12, 2018
I won’t beat around the bush. Guillaume Faye has a serious illness. He is not any better than he appears in his last public appearance in this video, and he will not get better. But the old pirate is a fighter and is trying to hold on as long as possible.
For the next three weeks or so, Guillaume must remain in a hospital in Boulogne. He is receiving medical treatment but also rehabilitation for a hip fracture after a nasty fall in October. He will then be allowed to go home until his next appointment for radiation therapy. Let it be said once and for all: Unless there is a medical miracle, Guillaume is doomed.
It remains to be seen how long he will fight against his fate, but there are ways in which we can help.
Guillaume Faye is a brilliant man, a visionary, who saw the immigrant flood long before others did. He describes things as they are, without extravagant rhetoric, without calling attention to himself or playing an act. He is uncompromising and he is right. He is one of those rare thinkers of his age (he is 69) who includes the ethnic factor in his analysis.
We are a communitarian movement. One of our primary duties is to help a comrade in need.
In any traditional system, Guillaume Faye would be known as our patriarch. Our mentor. Indeed, he was for me a mentor in many ways. His book Archeofuturism formed virtually my entire understanding of nationalism and its future. He taught me a great deal about the profession of writer. We must be grateful to a man of such value for all that he has given us. Those who do not yet know him will discover his greatness through his works.
In order to help him fight for as long as possible, you can visit him in the hospital or at his home when he is discharged. Guillaume likes vibrant dialog, to talk about current politics, to hear people speak of their travels. You may bring him books of essays and philosophy to read. And he loves chocolates!
We have no way to hold back his sickness, but we can help keep his spirits up.
I would add that our dear friend — who is the bravest of the brave — had decided to write another book after Guerre Civile Raciale (Racial Civil War), which I am now editing in preparation for publication. His new book would be a novel, somber and apocalyptic. The story is simple, terrifying, and captivating, as you will see when you read it.
This is his final battle, what he wants more than anything else is to finish it: to create, to take part in the battle of ideas, to be a revolutionary of the mind. The last time we spoke, he told me he was in a race against time. This novel would be his most radical and important work.
To encourage him to stay on course until his work is done, you may visit him between the hours of 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. at the hospital, where he will be until at least the end of December. Later you may visit him at his home near the Trocadero in Paris. If you would like to visit him please send me a message at: [email protected] or [email protected].
He needs us and he deserves our help. Brothers and sisters of our movement, now is the time to act.
In our faithfulness lies our honor.
– Daniel Conversano
Translated by AmRen staff