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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221254943
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 288
Size : 140 x 225 mm
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In the Name of the Race

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Release date : 24/03/2022
Welcome to the world of French supremacists
Since 2017, 7 attempted terror attacks by ultra right movements have been intercepted in France.
Until now, only one person has been charged. On Tuesday 12th of October 2021, Logan Nisin has been sentenced to 9 years of prison time. From Logan Nisin to Anders Breivik and Brenton Tarrant, the myth...
Since 2017, 7 attempted terror attacks by ultra right movements have been intercepted in France.
Until now, only one person has been charged. On Tuesday 12th of October 2021, Logan Nisin has been sentenced to 9 years of prison time. From Logan Nisin to Anders Breivik and Brenton Tarrant, the myth of the white race has fueled a new wave of terrorist attacks throughout the world.
In France, this myth is also ubiquitous in social media where a group of several hundreds of Mr and Mrs everybody heralds an identitary fallback consisting of communitarianism, abolition of nationality by “right of soil” in favor of bloodline and even expatriation. A white nationalism made in France spreading across social media and generated by one well known youtuber who has risen in only a few years to the top of the international fascist community.
For three years, the authors have infiltrated this group, participating at their summer camps, their conversations and their meetings, partaking in the production process and the distribution strategies of their ideological messages. Only a few months from France’s next presidential election, this book is not only a trailblazing dissection of an unknown group of the far right, but also shows the fractures within our society and the normalization of far right ideas via internet along with the radicalization of thought that they are generating.
 
Key points:
A breathtaking undercover mission down among France’s white supremacists
The discovery of a whole new spectrum of the far right
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EAN : 9782221254943
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 288
Size : 140 x 225 mm
Robert Laffont