Gideon's Blog

In direct contravention of my wife's explicit instructions, herewith I inaugurate my first blog. Long may it prosper.

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Monday, April 29, 2002's analysis of the Le Pen showing is particularly acute. The key point: Le Pen carried not only the provinces with large Arab populations but also the provinces on the German border. In other words, his vote was against German and Belgian immigration as well as Algerian and Moroccan. Maybe his anti-EU ranting was more important than I give credit. And if that is the case, then Le Pen may have longer legs than I give him credit for, as the European heartland is still deeply ambivalent about the whole EU project.

More evidence that what the European right needs is a National Liberalism before they wind up with National Socialism.