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France is the laboratory of extremists

The man who last week the world shook in Christchurch fifty people to shoot, produced a manifesto in which he claims that the white race with the ethnic and cul

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France is the laboratory of extremists
The man who last week the world shook in Christchurch fifty people to shoot, produced a manifesto in which he claims that the white race with the ethnic and cultural destruction is threatened. The 28-year-old Australian man travelled the world to about all sorts of kooky ideas together anyway. He also France to him, surprised the French investigative journalist Marc Weitzmann is not. “France is the laboratory to become extremists, so also for types as well as Tarrant.”

Since the killings in Christchurch is writer Marc Weitzmann much consulted. In the United States is just the translation came out of the French bestseller ‘ Un temps pour haïr ‘(A time to hate, ed.). Weitzmann traces therein for the origin of the hatred which the extremists surfing. The thunder begins as early as in the eighteenth century, the Enlightenment commitment.

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so What did mass murderer Tarrant actually in France? And the extent to which he allowed himself to be lead by Renaud Camus, controversial French writer and celebrated theorist of the extreme right? The same Camus that last year, still posed on a PVV-meeting in Rotterdam? His ideas about The ‘Great Replacement’ by the terrorist Tarrant cited as the title of his own manifest: The Great Replacement. This is the extreme right-wing circle popular complotverhaal in which evil forces would conspire to keep the authentic (read: white) Europeans gradually in exchange for African and Middle Eastern migrants.

In France, found Tarrant's enough material for his manifesto, says Weitzman. He sums up: France has a long history of right-wing extremism and anti-semitism. France is struggling still with the colonial past, in 2002 was the first western country where an extreme right-wing politician to a decisive second round of the presidential election kicked off – Jean-Marie Le Pen eventually lost more than Jacques Chirac. And French jihadists were the first westerners who went to Iraq and Syria. The country was also not spared from terror. Since 2015, there are in France more than 300 people had been killed in jihadist terrorist attacks in Paris and Nice.

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