November 2015 Paris Attacks
Patrick Le Brun is a writer and activist who has written many articles for Counter-Currents. He has extensive experience with the French Identitarian movement. He is currently based in the United States, where he mentors college students who wish to engage in activism.
Patrick returns to Red Ice in the wake of the Friday the 13th terrorist massacre in Paris. He recaps the string of violent attacks on innocent civilians that have desecrated France since January’s Charlie Hebdo slaughter, bringing into focus the reoccurring theme of radical illegal immigrants who have joined forces with the Islamic State/ISIS. We look at France’s President Hollande’s response to this wave of 4th generation warfare, along with his handling of the ongoing refugee crisis. Patrick sums up what could be in store for France’s upcoming regional elections, where Front National stands to gain some major ground as Marine Le Pen makes headway with her stance against Islamist extremists and pledges for increased security with crackdown on illegal immigrants. We discuss the ruling Socialist party’s harsh treatment of Identitarian leaders and how this this juvenile behavior serves to further reveal their foolish and dubious agendas. Then, Patrick speaks of events happening around France in the coming weeks where likeminded citizens can unite in support of the Nationalist movement.
Patrick Le Brun on counter-currents.com
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