Occident [the West] (1964-1968) was a French far-right militant political group, often described as fascist-leaning. A number of members of Occident later were prominent members of right-wing parties, and even obtained ministerial positions. [...] Occident, like many similar groups, use a symbol resembling the celtic cross as its emblem. [...] Former members include: [...] Patrick Devedjian, (French politician) [...] Alain Madelin (French political leader) [...]
[Patrick Devedjian] was appointed Minister for Local Liberties in 2002, serving until 2004. He was the Minister of the Industry in 2004, serving until 2005. He was a close adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy and supported his candidacy for the Presidency of the French Republic. After the election, [...] he became President of the Conseil général des Hauts-de-Seine, the richest département in France. [...] Devedjian proposed an amendment to a proposed bill criminalizing denial of the Armenian Genocide [...]
[Alain] Madelin is the French major politician the most in favor of the international policies of the United States, and supported the United States-led 2003 invasion of Iraq. Because of this, he has, in the past, generally been considered with favor by the US press.
I’m getting a lot of support from European readers, and also a lot of people trying to rationalize away the White Power symbol [i.e. the Celtic Cross] on Filip DeWinter’s bookshelf.
Ladies and gentlemen, the handcuffs labeling you as “racists”, “Nazis”, and “Islamophobes” are simple to remove and discard.
The door of the PC Multicultural bus unlocks easily, and invites you to jump off and escape.