From porn stars to rap stars, France’s right-wing extremism problem is spreading

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Electre was a popular French porn star, when she found a higher calling: protecting her country from Muslims and immigrants.

“Let’s say you have a Playdough pack, a rainbow pack, with all these beautiful colors and you’re gonna make stuff and build things using them one by one. It’s gonna look nice because you are preserving the colors,” she told Fusion investigative correspondent Mariana van Zeller, to explain her racial separatist philosophy. “If you just blend all of them in just a big bowl, it will look like shit.”

Electre’s viewpoint may seem far out of the mainstream, but she is not alone — and on the heels of a refugee crisis and terror attacks in Paris and Brussels, she’s had plenty of allies in French politics and society.

From white-pride rapper Kroc Blanc (“I militarize in order to keep my race [in] the majority”) to Béziers mayor Robert Ménard — who famously told immigrants he wouldn’t let them open any more kebab restaurants in the town — more and more French citizens are targeting Muslims and immigrants for scrutiny.

Many of them — like Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, at 26 the youngest member of France’s legislature and a popular scion of the family that runs the right-wing Front National party — talk about “the Great Replacement,” a theory that immigrants are systematically taking over France’s once-great, once-white culture and turning it into something inferior.

It’s a theory expounded by Renaud Camus,* a controversial French writer who spoke with Fusion in his castle. “Multicultural and multiethnic societies are much more violent, and it certainly is the case here” in France, he said. “It’s much more violence than there was before.”

For more on how right-wing extremism and radical Islamism are transforming France and the rest of Europe, watch the short video above, and check out Fusion’s full-length investigative documentary, Radicals Rising.

*No relation to Albert Camus.

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