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    Jean Thiriart - Who is he? Is he any good? What are his views?

    I was informed of this writer by members of the National Revolutionary Faction, but I've not really found much on the 'Net.

    Anyone got any information, that would greatly be appreciated.

    Thanks.
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    http://www.alphalink.com.au/~radnat/thiriart/index.html

    There's a bunch of stuff on him there. Jean Thiriart is useful - he was a pan-European metapolitical thinker (metapolitics is ideologies and world-philosophies, as opposed to regular party politics), and advocated a Europe "as far as Vladivostok", with cultural self determination of the regions but absolute political unity with regards to foreigners. http://www.stormfront.org/forum/show...threadid=48310

    He's ok, but I haven't read much of his stuff in a while. I've printed off the articles at the first and second links I've posted here, but I'll dig them up and read them over the weekend.
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