Tag: The Turner Diaries

Jean Raspail, right wing prophet of ‘identity politics’ has died

Raspail’s influence has expanded beyond the small world of the radical right. Jean Raspail is author of the 1973 ‘Le Camp des Saints’ (The Camp of the Saints), a dystopian novel describing an invasion of immigrants from the Indian Subcontinent who land on the shores of Southern France in a flotilla of boats, then take… Continue reading “Jean Raspail, right wing prophet of ‘identity politics’ has died”

“William the Conquered 2066”: The English The Turner Diaries?

Introduction Beginning in the mid-1970s, The Turner Diaries was released in sequential instalments of the white supremacist magazine Attack!. Written by William Luther Pierce, founder of National Alliance, under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald, The Turner Diaries is a dystopian novel dubbed by the FBI as “the bible of the racist right”. It is considered to… Continue reading ““William the Conquered 2066”: The English The Turner Diaries?”