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Baudewyns, Pierre; Braspenning, Thierry; Legrand, Vincent et al

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See detailL'idéologie de la Nieuw‐Vlaamse Alliantie
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in Revue européenne de géopolitique Outre-Terre (in press)

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See detailCultural Marxism in the Anglo-Saxon radical right literature
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in Jackson, Paul (Ed.) The Postwar Anglo-American Far Right: A Special Relationship of Hate (in press)

This chapter will analyze the place of the threat alleged of Cultural Marxism in the discourse of the radical and extreme right, in the United States as well as in continental Europe and the United ... [more ▼]

This chapter will analyze the place of the threat alleged of Cultural Marxism in the discourse of the radical and extreme right, in the United States as well as in continental Europe and the United Kingdom. The underlying aim of this chapter is to examine the determinant role that this ‘threat’ plays in the Anglo Saxon extreme right, in particular at the intellectual, ideological and doctrinal levels, in comparison to other countries. Certainly if the Netherlands, France or other countries have parties or political groups which borrow the rhetoric of ‘fighting’ against Cultural Marxism, or its more nebulous variant, ‘political correctness’, it certainly finds its origins in the United States, and more broadly the Anglo-Saxon world. To achieve this, the chapter will begin by unpicking the meanings behind the notion of Cultural Marxism, from its origins to its use in Anders Breivik’s manifesto released shortly before the Oslo and UtØya massacres. It will show that the term emerged from the literature of American ultraconservatives following the fall of the Berlin Wall as a consequence of the disappearance of the ‘red menace’ of Communism. Secondly, it will focus on two important moments in the development of the term. It will describe the phrase’s usage from the beginning of the 2000s within the discourse of Pat Buchanan, a political commentator and multiple U.S. presidential candidate. Then it will illustrate the re-emergence of the term some 10 years later, in the manifesto of Anders Breivik and in the subsequent justification of his acts throughout his trial. In both cases, we will see that Buchanan and Breivik emphasize the same basic theme, Cultural Marxism, in their denouncement of what they see as two different threats. Finally, from these explorations of the usage of the term, the discussion will examine other current uses of the notion of ‘Cultural Marxism’ in the British and American radical right. To conclude, it will show how the ‘Cultural Marxism’ threats are used by a variety of activists to argue for the defence of their political standpoints, setting this in a language of preserving freedom and democracy, but ultimately only within a framework designed to defend Judeo-Christian values. [less ▲]

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See detailThe BNP and the FN. Between Islamophobia and the “defence” of democratic values
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in Jackson, Paul (Ed.) The British Far Right in Transition: 1945 to Today (in press)

In this article Jérôme Jamin examines the ideological development of the British National Party (BNP) and the Front National (FN) since 9/11. He argues that if both parties have evolved towards discourses ... [more ▼]

In this article Jérôme Jamin examines the ideological development of the British National Party (BNP) and the Front National (FN) since 9/11. He argues that if both parties have evolved towards discourses more in line with democracy and liberal values, it can be explained by the opportunity the “threat” of Islam offered. After a reminder of the birth and the electoral evolution of the two parties, Jamin focuses on the perception and the definition of democracy as depicted in their manifestos and main public speeches. The study reveals an ethnic-styled perception of democracy at the BNP in opposition with a more civic perception at the FN, even if the analysis shows an ambiguity behind the use of the concept of “people” in the FN rhetoric mixing frequently “demos” and “ethnos”. The author confronts the combination of this new democratic rhetoric with the birth of Islam as a threat incompatible with “British democracy” in the United Kingdom and “Republican secularism” in France. In both parties, stereotypes of Islam are used to portray the BNP and the FN as defenders of a true and legitimate democracy and to a great extent, Jamin argues, “Islam” provided an unexpected opportunity to replace migrants, foreigners and Arabs with a new stereotype: the Muslim who threatens the separation between state and religion, equality between men and women, freedom of speech, and so on. Jamin concludes by emphasising that both parties required time to identify this new scapegoat. [less ▲]

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See detailThe ideology of the British National Party
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in Revue LISA : Littératures, Histoire des Idées, Images, Sociétés du Monde Anglophone = LISA e-Journal (in press)

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See detailLa théorie du complot : une nouvelle catégorie de l’explication politique
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Scientific conference (2013, November 25)

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See detailLiberté d’expression et langage raciste codé
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Conference given outside the academic context (2013)

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See detailTrente ans de lutte contre le racisme en Belgique : bilan et perspectives
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in Revue Nouvelle (2013), année 68(numéro 4),

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See detailLaïcité et valeurs démocratiques dans le discours d'extrême droite
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Scientific conference (2013, March 05)

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See detailAnders Breivik et le ‘marxisme culturel’ : Etats-Unis / Europe
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in Amnis : Revue de Civilisation Contemporaine Europes/Amériques (2013), 12 2013

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See detailTwo Different Realities: Notes on Populism and the Extreme Right
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in Mammone, Andrea; Godin, Emmanuel; Jenkins, Brian (Eds.) Varieties of Right-Wing Extremism in Europe. (2013)

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See detailBouc émissaire
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in Taguieff, Pierre-André (Ed.) Dictionnaire historique et critique du Racisme (2013)

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See detailMémoire et Science politique
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Scientific conference (2012, December 18)

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See detailLe FN et le BNP, entre islamophobie et « défense » des valeurs démocratiques et laïques
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Scientific conference (2012, November 08)

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See detailDiscussion on "Recapturing the Reluctant Radical. How to win back Europe’s populist vote"
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Conference given outside the academic context (2012)

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See detailNations et nationalismes au 21ème siècle
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Conference (2012, September 22)

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