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It housed at least 1,500 immigrants.
Church took nearly 500 years to construct.
For all our worldly readers.
Statues aren't the only problems.
Recommendations for racially conscious cinephiles.
Heroes of our race.
Chechens vs. North Africans in what used to be a French city.
Different country, same problems.
But he does pledge to fight "racism."
He is neither placating the mob nor reassuring Americans.
Unfurls pro-white banner in Paris.
Ethnomasochism crosses the Atlantic.
Model future citizens.
Social media companies must censor or face fines of up to four percent of global revenue.
Why didn’t Charles de Gaulle partition Algeria?
The goal is to force social media companies "to more tightly police their services."
No "good deed" goes unpunished.
British and French authorities pledge "improved cooperation and intelligence sharing to tackle criminal gangs."
The immigration moratorium that wasn’t.
The weather's good, there's no school, and criminals have been released because of the virus.
Wisdom from France's foremost fighter.
Perp is from Sudan.
Borders are suddenly back in fashion everywhere.
Chinese spitter got a seven-month sentence.
In France, COVID-19 Lockdown Is for Everyone. . . Almost: Gang-ridden, Immigrant-Populated Suburbs ‘Not a Priority’ for Police
"[R]estricting the movement in the banlieues might ignite social unrest if enforced too rigorously."
Some immigrants think the virus is a "fable of whites."
"Borders are back in fashion."
EU Will Not Yield to Turkey’s ‘Blackmail,’ Bloc’s Borders Remain Closed to Migrants – French Foreign Minister
European Commission is sending $800 million to Greece to help secure its border.
‘We Can’t Have Turkish Laws on French Soil’: Macron Vows to Fight Foreign Imams Preaching ‘Islamist Separatism’
Critics dub his comment, “a sign of primitive Islamophobia.”
Calls out Brussels elites for their "contempt for democracy."
Which is worse, "xenophobia" or a deadly disease?
Over 1,400 detained.
An interview with the prominent Front National activist.
Jared Taylor on the next AmRen gathering.
The intellectual is a speaker at the next AmRen conference.
Hairstyle was meant to evoke ancient Egyptians.
French legal system finds an exotic excuse for a Muslim murderer.
"Some religious items were later found in his bag."
What should dissidents be watching?
The New York Times on The Camp of the Saints.
The old socialist stance of advocating secularism in all areas of life may be slipping.
Gangs are competing for bragging rights.
Perps unknown, but church burglaries are a sign of the times.
It's a measure right wing parties have long wanted.
Voters think Marine Le Pen's party is the best choice to handle the problem of Islamization.
Muslim knife attacker worked in intelligence department responsibility for detecting Muslim radicals.
Delivered at the Convention of the Right in Paris.
The killer was a convert to Islam.
Common sense in prominent places.
The victim was a member of a group that demonstrated against migrant deportations.
Renaud Camus, creator of the phrase “great replacement.”
Anything to keep voters from “drifting to the far right.”
Each one costs about 50,000 euros per year.
How will multi-racialism end?
Left-wing creeps use hidden cameras to spy for "discrimination."
"France does not belong to the French!" they shouted.
The 15 "youths" called the police "French f*ckers."
France and England top the list.
Company is handing over IP addresses of accounts containing “homophobic, racist or anti-Semitic content.”
Policeman in charge of security staff at Charlie Hebdo magazine had been radicalized by Islamist literature.
AfD: “We are here to be a thorn in the flesh of the establishment.”
"A European people of the white race."
The charges carry up to a three-year prison sentence and a fine of $85,000.
One commenter says he “says aloud what everyone thinks in a low voice."
It’s not incitement to violence; it’s “art.”
Farage, LePen, and Salvini are the big winners.
No rooftop gardens, no swimming pools, no “endless spire of light.”
Black Vest protesters: “Everyone has a right to be in France.”
And what do they want for it now?
Europe can rebuild, but can it build?
Hafsa Askar of the French Student Union doesn’t care if it burns.
875 French churches were vandalized last year.
And with it, an icon of the European soul.
An interview with Michael H. Hart.