Red Ice Creations
December 19, 2015
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 is with us to discuss some of the good news coming out of the French Regional election that took place on December 13th. He explains France’s unique election process with its two-round runoff system to elect the regional presidencies, along with strategies used by the Front National (FN) party. We look at how the European refugee crisis and rise in terrorist attacks have driven many voters towards Marine Le Pen and FN and away from parties supporting the globalist elites already in place. Patrick gets into the citizenship issues faced by native White French people, and he outlines a pamphlet put out by French Identitarians that is addressing remigration laws. We talk about the promising movements of post-communist European countries that are rediscovering Nationalism and rejecting the current elected officials’ agenda to destroy national identity. Then, Patrick illustrates the deeply corrupt state of the military industrial complex and the money that is being funneled into the Islamic State under the umbrella of the US and NATO. We also consider the incredibly harsh punishments that have been faced by people who speak out against organizations attacking the dignity of humanity, and what can be done to bring back power to those who are fighting for traditionalism.
In the members’ section, Patrick talks about strategies that are making headway in the turn back towards European Nationalism and traditionalism. We look at the generational shift occurring in countries like The Czech Republic and Austria, where over 50% of people age 30 and younger are voting for Nationalist parties. Patrick outlines how we can think in terms of marketing to take back the visual culture of neighborhoods and reach potential comrades with analogous principles. He details the basis of his article featured on Counter Currents, “How Traditional Catholics Are Taking Back the Visual Culture of France.” Patrick emphasizes how the market for contemporary art has become a racket for the very wealthy to dodge inheritance taxes, and we discuss some of the downright degenerate filth that has been allowed to defile public places. We get into the tactics Identitarian activists are using in building relationships with organizations that can truly aid in the fight against cultural Marxism in all its disgusting forms. Later, we touch on the obstacles that revolutionaries like Marine Le Pen have overcome and what it takes for leaders to win the hearts of the people.