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Le Pen, Mégret et les juifs : l'obsession du complot mondialiste

Author: Olivier Guland
Publisher: Paris : La Découverte, 2000.
Series: Enquêtes (Editions La Découverte)
Edition/Format:   Print book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Examines the place of antisemitism in the history of the Front National, from its creation in 1972 until its scission in 1999. Includes interviews with Le Pen, Bruno Megret, and other leaders of the movement. Shows that an obsession with "the Jewish conspiracy" lies at the heart of the FN's ideology, characterized by a strong anti-democratic impetus and racism aimed mainly at Arabs from the Maghreb. Sheds new light  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Jean-Marie Le Pen; Bruno Mégret; Jean-Marie Le Pen; Bruno Mégret; Jean-Marie Le Pen; Bruno Mégret; Jean-Marie Le Pen; Bruno Mégret
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Olivier Guland
ISBN: 2707130613 9782707130617
OCLC Number: 45150617
Description: 222 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Enquêtes (Editions La Découverte)
Responsibility: Olivier Guland.

Abstract:

Examines the place of antisemitism in the history of the Front National, from its creation in 1972 until its scission in 1999. Includes interviews with Le Pen, Bruno Megret, and other leaders of the movement. Shows that an obsession with "the Jewish conspiracy" lies at the heart of the FN's ideology, characterized by a strong anti-democratic impetus and racism aimed mainly at Arabs from the Maghreb. Sheds new light on the "detail" (an expression used by Le Pen regarding the Holocaust) and Carpentras affairs. Describes French-Jewish reactions to the rise and increasing power of the FN. Concludes that the extreme right in France has marked the mental climate of the country and warns against attributing the negative effects of globalization to hidden powers that run the world, thus feeding into old antisemitic fantasies.

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