The following is the text of the speech that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán delivered at the 31st Bálványos Summer Free University and Student Camp in Tusványos (Băile Tuşnad in Romanian), Transylvania, Romania last Saturday, July 23. The text is reprinted, with some added annotations, from the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s official website. The title is editorial. A video including the English text in subtitles is also linked below. (more…)
Tag: The Camp of the Saints
July 27, 2022 Viktor Orbán 28 comments
The West Has Moved to Central Europe
“There is nothing one can do against those who approach. Except run . . .” So begins, not Septentrion the novel, but Septentrion the blog page. It is with this quote — a quote by himself — that Jean Raspail begins his personal blog page dedicated to his own work, a novel from 1979, recently translated into English, for the first time, after nearly 45 years. That quote is quickly followed by this one: “Death is our deepest memory . . .”, from Ernst Jünger.
What to say about Septentrion the novel without giving away the story? One will have to speak in luminous abstractions, poetic bounds, quotes, and thick or thin riddles unless . . . (more…)
On June 13, 2020, the French explorer and novelist Jean Raspail died in Paris at the age of 94. Many were the nationalists, identitarians, and traditional Catholics who paid tribute at his passing. Former European MP and co-founder of the European identity movement Iliade, Jean-Yves Gallou, stated that Raspail was “the man who foretold the destructive impact of blame culture and anti-racism on our civilization back in 1973.” (more…)
September 2, 2019 Fenek Solère 3 comments
Apocalypse Now, Part 3
August 28, 2019 Fenek Solère 5 comments
Apocalypse Now, Part 2
Part 2 of 3 (Part 1 here, Part 3 here)
Then he started to count. Calm and unhurried. But it was like trying to count all the trees in the forest, those arms raised high in the air, waving and shaking together, all outstretched towards the nearby shore. Scraggy branches, brown and black, quickened by a breath of hope. All bare, those fleshless Gandhi-like arms. (more…)
August 21, 2019 Fenek Solère 6 comments
Apocalypse Now, Part 1
October 24, 2017 Michael Walker 5 comments
A Review of Derek Turner’s Sea Changes
Audio version: To listen in a player, use the one above or click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save link as” or “save target as.” To subscribe to the CC podcast RSS feed, click here.
Derek Turner (Foreword by Tito Perdue)
Whitefish, Mt.: Washington Summit Publishers, 2012 (more…)
November 14, 2013 Jean Raspail
„Unsere Zivilisation verschwindet“:
Interview mit Jean Raspail
November 4, 2013 Jean Raspail 4 comments
“Our Civilization is Disappearing”
Interview with Jean Raspail
German translation here
What do you feel about the current situation?
You know, I’ve no wish to join the big group of intellectuals who spend their time debating immigration . . . I have the impression that these talks serve no purpose. The people already know it all, intuitively: that France, as our ancestors fashioned it centuries ago, is disappearing. (more…)
January 4, 2012 Jef Costello 35 comments
Dystopia is Now!
Whatever happened to the Age of Anxiety? In the post-war years, intellectuals left and right were constantly telling us — left and right — that we were living in an age of breakdown and decay. (more…)