Everybody who knows nothing else about the French writer Renaud Camus knows that – as Wikipedia immediately asserts and as therefore is repeated every time he is mentioned in the press – he is ‘the inventor of the Great Replacement, a far-right conspiracy theory’.
Until now, actually reading Camus has not been possible in English, so thoroughly has he been shunned by the mainstream media.
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