An Antidote to Corporate Media
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An interesting view about Canadian minorities
Most of their views on social issues like race and gender run somewhere on a spectrum between Rod Dreher and Hitler....
2021 Oct 27, 9:10pm
He correctly identified the 2% "credentialed elites" among immigrants as the ones pushing the craziness. That should really be the point of the article.
2021 Oct 28, 9:45am
Similar in France:
In a 2021 article, The New York Times described Zemmour as someone who "has portrayed himself as a truth-teller in a news media dominated by politically correct, left-leaning journalists. He has railed against the immigration of Muslim Africans, invoking the supposed existential threat of a 'great replacement'—a loaded term that even Ms. Le Pen has avoided—that will overwhelm France's more established white and Christian population". He has extensively promoted the Great Replacement conspiracy theory and the Clash of Civilisations as well as advocated for vast reforms to France's political system. Zemmour has been considered in news media as a possible right-wing anti-establishment candidate in the 2022 presidential election. He remains publicly undecided about a run for office.
Frequently sued for controversial statements by political opponents, he has been fined two times for provocation of racial discrimination in 2011 and for provocation of hate against Muslims in 2018, and acquitted six times, in 2008, 2014 (two times), 2016, 2017 and 2019.
In Le premier sexe he claims the existence of the "devirilisation" of society during the 20th century and asserts that women and homosexuals have been used as a reserve army to satisfy modern capitalism's need for consumers.
Éric Zemmour was born in Montreuil, then in Seine, nowadays in Seine-Saint-Denis, on 31 August 1958, to a Berber Jewish family from Algeria.
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