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Jean Thiriart, the Machiavelli of United Europe

He greeted the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact of with enthusiasm: He also belonged to the Fichte Bund, a movement based in Hamburg that emerged from the National Bolshevik current. Condemned to three years of prison after the liberation, he gave up all political activity. In France, because of its support of the OAS, Young Europe was banned, which forced the movement to remain semi-clandestine and explains its weak influence, its manpower not exceeding members. Challenging the romantic concept of the nation inherited from the nineteenth century, which falls under a determinism that is ethnic, linguistic, or religious, he prefers the concept of a dynamic nation: Inhe summarized: Petty traditional nationalisms are obstacles, even anachronisms manipulated by the great powers.

Thus to return to grandeur and power, Europe should be unified. Unification would take place under the aegis of a European Thhiriart Party, organized on the Leninist model of democratic centralism, which would organize the masses jena select the elites.


Thus Europe would be liberated and unified from Brest to Bucharest, million strong, and would then be able to conclude a tactical alliance with China and the Arab states to break the American-Soviet condominium.

As the traditionalist Claudio Mutti, a former militant of Giovane Europa, stressed: However, the year marks the militant apogee of the movement, which played a leading role, thanks to Dr.

In Augustthe journalist Emile Lecerf and Dr. Nancy resigned because of ideological differences with Thiriart. The departure of this historic leader, followed in December by that of Ghiriart Teichmann, caused the militant decline of the organization. Doctrinal concerns then distracted it from militant activism. The magazine, thiriarh by the NMPP in France, had 2, subscribers and printed 10, copies of each issue.

It should be noted that following this discussion, the Italian militants of Giovane Europa carried out united actions with local Maoists, unified by a minimal common program of hostility to the two superpowers, rejection of the Yankee occupation of Europe, anti-Zionism, and support for Third World liberation struggles.

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This collaboration was not without jeean. Various National European cadres ultimately joined the Maoist ranks. Ferociously anti-Zionist, the Belgian leader was in contact with Ahmed Shukeiri, predecessor of Arafat as the head of the PLO, and the first European to fall with weapons in hand at the side of the Palestinians was a French engineer and member of Young Europe, Roger Coudroy. Thiriart also had ties to Arab secular-socialist regimes.

He had discussions with several ministers, gave interviews to the press, and took part in the congress of the Arab Socialist Union, the party of Nasser, whom he met on this occasion. Disappointed by the lack of concrete support from these countries, in he renounced militant combat, causing the breakup of Young Europe. He would continue, however, his rich theoretical reflections.


This is what led him to declare in I will then be the first to put a red star on my cap. He then worked on two books: Essay on Enlightened Totalitarianismwhich remained on the drawing board because of the sudden collapse of the USSR. Inhe went to Moscow with a delegation of the FEL and died of an heart attack shortly after his return to Belgium, leaving a controversial but original body of theoretical work, which inspires to this day Guillaume Faye, the preacher of Eurosiberia, and Alexander Dugin, the prophet of Eurasia.


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