Jean-Yves Le Gallou: "How Can Europe Stop the Great Replacement?"


American Renaissance


Published on Jun 12, 2019

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Jean-Yves Le Gallou, one of the founders of the influential European New Right organization GRECE, former member of the European Parliament, and founder of ILIADE, describes the origins of the European people and the geopolitical divisions in Europe today. He notes that all Europeans derive from common ancestors 5,000 years ago, and that Europe’s population remained essentially unchanged until the middle of the last century.

Mr. Le Gallou divides Europe into the three areas: Invaded Europe, Threatened Europe, and Resisting Europe. Nations in the first category are quickly becoming majority non-European. Mr. Le Gallou traces the “Great Replacement” to postwar guilt and the ideology of “human rights,” which leads to the absurd doctrine that “every person is supposed to be replaceable.” He concludes with Dominque Venner’s prophecy that the current struggle is an opportunity for Europeans to be “reborn and find themselves again.” He finishes with a European identity video produced by ILIADE.


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