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A Conversation with French Writer Renaud Camus by Grégoire Canlorbe (Gatestone Inst.)

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July 5, 2018

  • “Europe persists in expiating, or believing they are expiating, the horrors inflicted on Jews during the last war by importing onto its territory millions of people who, as soon as they are here, have nothing more urgent than to inflict horrors on Jews. Racism turned Europe into a field of ruins; anti-racism is making it a hate-filled slum. In both instances, the first victims are the Jews.” — Renaud Camus.
  • “Europe is a sort of a great Israel, threatened from all sides. Its peoples, alas, are far from showing the same attachment to their land, the same fidelity to their membership, the same spirit of resistance, as the Israelis…. The Israelis have great lessons to give us, as do the Hungarians, the Poles, the Czechs, and now the Austrians.” — Renaud Camus.

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