Donald Trump’s chief strategist keeps referring to this French novel ’revered by white supremacists’ | indy100
Tiens, Jean Raspail et son bouquin qui raconte le débarquement de réfugiés sur la côte méditerranéenne à l’air d’petre populaire chez les néonazis américains.
Donald Trump appointed former chairman of “alt-right’ publication Breitbart News as his chief strategist.
Steve Bannon’s stance on immigration has been the subject of intense criticism, and he was widely believed to have been the “key architect” of the failed Muslim ban.
Democrat Nancy Pelosi went so far as to call him a “white supremacist”.
On several occasions, Bannon alluded to the immigration situation by calling it a “Camp of the Saints-type invasion”.
He articulated the sentiment multiple times in 2015 and 2016.
In fact, Breitbart have also written about it on several occasions.
What is he talking about?
The Camp of the Saints was a book written in 1973 by French novelist Jean Raspail.
It is also glaringly, painfully racist.
The Southern Poverty Law Center in 2001 described the novel as: