On May the 26th, the European people will elect members of the European Parliament. The Nationalist movement is ahead in the polls. Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini’s political party might become one of the main political forces in Europe.
But there are also very small political parties.
One of them is led by french writer Renaud Camus, the guy who popularized the term “Great Replacement”, which inspired Brenton Tarrent’s manifesto and the Christchurch shooting. The 3rd person of Camus’s list is a 20 year old girl, Fiorina, who is a little famous because she lost an eye due to a rubber bullet shot during a Yellow Vest protest in France.
The French media released a photography of Fiorina kneeling before a swastika.
The French media will use this event to demonize the National Front, (Nationalist party in France, allied with Salvini) which was supported by Camus 2 years ago, and which acknowledges that there is a great replacement.