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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 239
The Great Replacement

Renaud Camus

113 words / 60:49

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Greg Johnson and John Morgan reconvene the weekly podcast to discuss two articles on the idea of the Great Replacement, the first illustrating media hypocrisy on the topic, the second a vile hit piece on Renaud Camus, who coined the phrase.

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  1. Vauquelin
    Posted July 12, 2019 at 6:35 pm | Permalink

    When referring to the great replacement its best to eschew words such as “idea” and “theory” and use the term “policy” instead.

    • Jojjo
      Posted July 13, 2019 at 4:27 am | Permalink

      Good point, but.

      All the deception. Is there even something to be called language left? Or is it just codified lies? I think the winning strategy will be simply speaking truth from heart. Will hear podcast now. Really enyoy CC.

    • Posted July 13, 2019 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

      Good point. In a policy paper from the U.N. in 2001 the focus is ‘replacement migration’ (sic) to address the demographic crisis of the ‘developing ‘ states, because of ageing and low fertility. The concern was with the decreasing labour market. Statics were provided as to how sundry states would have to extend the working age in the short term, while the long term solution was ‘replacement migration’, which would involve social and cultural adjustments for the recipient states. While the U.N. was then addressing the problems way back, the recent U.N. global migration compact is designed to show how the implement ‘replacement migration’, which includes an international monitoring organisation.


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