'France robbed of choice and sovereignty'





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Published on Jan 22, 2012

RT talks to the French writer an activist Alain Soral who is considered a controversial figure in his home country because he holds views which more often than not challenge the status quo and raises topics considered taboo.
RT: What is it that you dislike so much about the status quo in France that you feel compelled to go against?
Alain Soral: First of all, today, we can no longer believe in the masquerade of a political left and right. For a long time here in France, unlike Anglo-Saxon countries -- even Germany and the United States -- there was a real alternative in French politics, meaning there was the Communist Party and there was the whole movement of economic liberalism. There was real political diversity in France. But gradually, the so-called "left" eventually gravitated towards economic liberalism -- the right. The only differences between the left and the right were small variations in their positions on ethics and society. The best example is, right now, we have Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy. There's no real opposition between left and right. It doesn't exist. They are all roughly economic liberals, libertarians.
For France, the first step of visible liberalism is the European Union. There are those who submit to the EU, which means the end of borders, free movement of goods and capital, ideology of right and left, the ideology of miscegenation. This is the dominant ideology in France shared by left and right. The difference is only aesthetic. And then there are those who oppose this dominant ideology, who fight for the restoration of borders, the restoration of the nation; those who criticize the ideology of miscegenation, meaning to defend cultural identities and so on. The battle today is to resist globalism on economic and cultural fronts, etc. We have to show that the fight between left and right no longer exists. Today the two battling sides are the globalists and those resisting globalism.

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Comments • 233

Sergio Weigel
Everything that he says is true. It's also exactly 100% true for Germany - and probably even more so, because we have the Yankee troops and nukes in our land. We need European sovereignism, a Europe of sovereign nations. Not this bullshit War St controlled EU, which in German I'd say stands for Europas Untergang (Europe's Doom).
Erwan Marie
They shouldn t have translated "libertaire" with "Libertarian" but with "Ultra-liberal" in the "it is forbidden to forbid" sense...
I also think that people are mostly stupid. Actually they do not revolt until their primary needs are denied. Their stupidity is due to a lack of social responsibility; if they are called to take decisions within a direct democracy form of organization (i.e. government), I am pretty sure they would eventually overcame their stupidity.
Sean Dedenys
@HWGuyEG that is one of the reasons why he is against the EU as they have striped france from part of it's sovereignty (money being one of a nation/country essetial power according to adam smiths )
Cyberat Rodent
NWO or Agenda 21 is global, it's going to take shape in EVERY country in the world, Russia is part of this world, they will experience the same, even if with less effort.
MrJohn JP28
Soral is the man!
Oh, I just wanted to point the fact that this guy is seen as some respectable french autor when in fact he has no credibility. 
Hruodland de Roncevaux
Your point being ? Can you deny anything he said ?
This guy is a well known stupid antisemite. He was even condemned by french justice.
Romain Leclercq
you're now a well known retard that's for sure.
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