The Great Replacement [Renaud Camus]





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Published on Sep 5, 2015

What makes us what we are? What is at the foundation of the various historical communities that we belong to? What gives them a sense of continuity despite the multiple changes they go through over time? Can this sense of continuity be irreparably broken? In other words, can we cease being what we are?

Excerpts from a speech given by the writer Renaud Camus in November 2014 in Paris.

Music: Edvard Grieg - The Death of Åse, Peer Gynt, Op. 23 - Barbara Hendricks & Esa-Pekka Salonen & Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.

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