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Jean Raspail

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JEAN RASPAIL (pictured) published The Camp of the Saints in 1973. In the novel he describes how mass third world immigration to France leads to the destruction of Europe. The recent issue of the French magazine Valeurs Actuelles features an interview with Jean Raspail. What do you feel about the current
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Essays

by John I. Johnson I READ Frenchman Jean Raspail’s 1973 novel The Camp of the Saints decades ago, after it was written about several times in Wilmot Robertson’s pro-White underground magazine Instauration. (ILLUSTRATION: “Migrant” invaders crossing the countryside…
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Essays

by Max Musson THE Camp of the Saints (Le Camp des saints) is a 1973 French apocalyptic novel by Jean Raspail. The novel depicts what was in 1973 a largely hypothetical setting wherein Third World mass immigration to France and the West reaches such frantic proportions that it leads to the destruction…
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Classic Essays

by Nick Camerota I BEGAN READING The Camp of the Saints after a long and tiring day. Although I promised myself only a few chapters before retiring, I remained in the grip of Jean Raspail’s forceful, apocalyptic narrative until dawn. I finished it in one sitting. That was almost a month ago. Since…
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