More than two-thirds of French people are opposed to allowing the use of Islamic religious dress in state-run swimming pools, latest polling reveals. According to a recent Ifop study commissioned by French newspaper Le Point, some 69 percent of those polled support a ban on the controversial burkini, the wearing of which is permitted in […]
What Hungary’s left-wing opposition coalition had to endure in the Hungarian parliamentary elections was nothing compared to the way Marine Le Pen and her National Rally were treated in the French presidential election, writes Olivier Bault for Remix News
“All my accumulated experiences make me foresee a dark, and even very dark, future for our children and grandchildren,” said the former director of France’s top intelligence agency in a widely discussed interview
An exclusive interview with the leader of the French Christian Democratic Party, Jean-Frédéric Poisson, who was the first to join Éric Zemmour last fall by renouncing his own candidacy in the upcoming presidential election in France
It has become mandatory for a French demographer to “speak out, by all means, against the idea of a ‘Great Replacement’,” and “the main purpose of the numerical arguments developed on the theme of immigration is to contradict common perceptions that are supposed to be due to a rather extreme right-wing political propaganda.”
In France’s Institutes of Political Studies — where many of the country’s future political, media and economic elites are trained — associations and students who dare to hold a sovereignist, patriotic and traditionalist discourse are vilified, insulted, threatened and even physically attacked
The Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s Oct. 7 ruling reaffirming the primacy of the constitution over the rulings of the European Court of Justice has provoked angry reactions in Europe, but one major EU country stands out from the crowd
Will Éric Zemmour be the much-awaited truly conservative and patriotic candidate of a French right-wing electorate that has, up until now, always been betrayed by the center-right party that claimed to represent it?
Brussels bureaucrats appear to be certain of a radical electoral shift to the left in the largest European member states, and it will then be time to push compulsory migrant quotas, writes Daniel Deme for Remix News
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