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The origins of the Great Replacement | Renaud Camus

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The origins of the Great Replacement | Renaud Camus

I speak with the author of Le Grand Remplacement.

Note: The tickets for my December 16th Liverpool meet-up will be available for purchase on Tuesday. As will the tickets for the 6-person London dinner. However, you can reserve your space for the dinner by emailing:

My guest this week is Renaud Camus.

Born in 1946 in Chamalières, France, Camus is a notable writer turned political figure. Initially acclaimed for his literary work in the 1970s, including novels, essays, and diaries, Camus' writings covered a variety of themes such as art, love, and personal identity. In the late 1990s, he shifted towards political commentary and activism. He is most recognized for introducing the term "The Great Replacement," a concept suggesting a demographic and cultural shift in Europe due to immigration. This idea has influenced certain political circles and led to to significant discussion.

You can buy Renaud’s English books here:

You Will Not Replace Us!

Enemy of the Disaster: Selected Political Writings of Renaud Camus

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