Category Archives: Remi Tremblay

The Purge and the Poets

“When France was liberated at the end of the Second World War, a wind of vengeance swept the country. After being defeated and enduring four years under foreign rule, it was now time to settle old scores. Thousands of French were murdered and executed while as many were imprisoned in concentration camps in a purge similar to the one that followed the French Revolution of 1789.”

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Book Review: “Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age” by Ricardo Duchesne

“Our civilization cannot be defined by a set of ideas or a thought system, but instead by its very race. And race, far from being a social construct, must not be confused with culture. People like Samuel Huntington would like to present Western man as a universal concept, something everyone and anyone can eventually “buy into,” but experience has proved this thesis wrong. “

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