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[From "The Fruit is Still Rotten"]

I think that the focus on increased non-White immigration is an example of the Dissident Right putting the cart before the horse. This is especially true of the European Right[…]While immigration is certainly a grave problem, it is ultimately not the root of the West’s issues, but rather its fruit. The existential challenge the West faces is a loss of faith in its identity and history, this primarily started in the wake of the Great War and has grown rapidly since the end of World War II
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Immigration certainly is a problem[…]Even without immigration, the West would still be in dire straits[…]The West[…]is in a crisis not so much because of foreign immigration, but because a large section of its native population no longer cares if their civilization continues
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This is why I tend to hold so-called Far Right politicians like Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders at arm’s length[…]There is a reason why I’m suspicious of them, instead of being an avid fan of Viktor Orbán of Hungary and Andrzej Duda of Poland. The problem with Le Pen and Wilders is that they are, ultimately, defending secular Europe and not Christian Europe
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The biggest difference between them, and the rest of secular Europe, is regarding the inherent conflict with Islam and Europe. With Islam, they are honest that a secular society cannot have a large population of Muslims[…]Le Pen’s France is the France of Voltaire, not the France of St. Louis IX
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Mass non-European immigration assures that the West never can recover – or, at the very least, makes recovery much more difficult. Without immigration, Europe would still be in a deep spiritual crisis[…]That crisis would eventually end, a new generation would rise up and cast off the baggage of the World Wars with renewed faith in their own civilization

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