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Why We Fight

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Identitarians and others making up the European resistance lack a doctrine that truly serves as a political and ideological synthesis of who they are - a doctrine that speaks above parties and sects, above rival sensibilities and wounded feelings, that brings the resistance together around clear ideas and objectives, uniting them in opposition to the Europeans' dramatic ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published April 28th 2011 by Arktos Media Ltd
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'It is remarkable that those who plead for more cultural diversity in our societies support a process that will eradicate most cultures and that we therefore, in the not so distant future, will live in a world with no cultural diversity at all.' - this quote does not appear in this book but I found it very appropriate to mention.

I hesitated some time before I decided to read one of Faye's books because reading about the end of your people's world is a painful process. It confronts you with the h
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Although I do not agree with Faye on everything I think the book contains a lot of very pertinent points about the direction Europe and Europeans should be taking in order to resist the coming maladies of economic, cultural and demographic collapse.
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French political scientist, writer and journalist.

Faye was on of the main theorists of the French movement the "Nouvelle Droite". He was a member of Alain de Benoist's organisation GRECE until he parted from the organisation in 1986.

In 1987 he withdrew from politics and worked as a DJ for the radiostation "Skyrock"

In 1998 he re-entered politics with a book comprising diverse essays.
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“The present dominant values (xenophilia, cosmopolitanism, narcissistic individualism, humanitarianism, bourgeois economism, hedonism, homophilia, permissivenes, etc.) are actually anti-values - values of devirilising weakness, since they deplete a civilization's vital energies and weaken its defensive or affirmative capacities.” 7 likes
“Today, the mere idea of aristocracy is incompatible with the dominant ideology. But every people needs an aristocracy. It's an integral part of human nature and can't be dispensed with. The question then is not 'For or against aristocracy?' but 'What kind of aristocracy?” 6 likes
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