- Taschenbuch: 278 Seiten
- Verlag: Arktos Media Ltd; Auflage: English ed. (28. April 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1907166181
- ISBN-13: 978-1907166181
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,6 x 21,6 cm
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Why We Fight (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. April 2011
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Guillaume Faye was a leading theorist of the French 'New Right' during the 1970s and '80s, and a prominent member of Alain de Benoist's GRECE group. After leaving the movement in the mid-'80s for a career in French journalism and radio, he resurfaced as a political writer in 1998, publishing numerous articles on the contemporary situation in Europe, many of which came to form his 1999 book L'Archeofuturisme (published in English translation in 2010 by Arktos under the title Archeofuturism). Ever controversial, Faye has criticised not only what he views as the ongoing Islamisation of Europe, as well as the dominant European culture of self-loathing, but he has also attacked anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism in his work La Nouvelle question juive, arousing ire not only among the Left, but also in many corners of the so-called 'Far Right'. Among his ideas are notions such as an all but complete rejection of current political projects; opposition to extra-European, and especially Islamic, immigration; and a strong pan-Europeanism, which he views as the only hope for European survival.
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If you want to understand post-1945 conservatism, these definitions are essential.
Most of them involve re-defining terms that were re-defined away from their historical meanings by leftist academics, politicians and media figures. For example, most people are oblivious to the true meaning of the word "nationalism." Faye corrects this and other mistakes.
He also contributes new meanings and new concepts that reveal political issues as their most important parts to a New Right thinker; for example, the definition of metapolitics itself. Conventional politics involves a democratic leadership looking to see what people are doing, what the economy is doing, what's popular, etc. and reacting to that. Metapolitics means that societies develop new ideas through cultural values, and then government and people in tandem go after those. It's a refreshing change from the advertising, pandering and demagoguery that defines Western politics at this time.
The concise definition of New Right values and call to arms is something every political movement needs, which is a bare bones statement. He could pare it down even further because in such a statement, one is no longer trying to "prove" anything and is instead trying to convince the converted to organize their thinking in productive, focused ways.
Together, these two parts make for one of the best and most powerful introductions to New Right (or American Paleoconservative, which is closer to New Right than contemporary American conservatives) thinking. Even if you hate the right wing with all of your heart, there's a lot to learn from this relatively small volume.
It's unclear why an effeminate French would want to write a Reichsdeutsche pamphlet of this kind. But then, it's possible that Guillaume Faye's real name is Standartenführer Elsass Lothringen, LOL.