Christian Bouchet

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Christian Bouchet (center)

Christian Bouchet is a leading member of the national-revolutionary movement in France and Europe, a journalist and a publisher.

Biography

Christian Bouchet is a leading member of the national-revolutionary movement in France and Europe since the beginning of the 1980's, inspired by the by the thought of Jean Thiriart and Alexander Duguin, Christian Bouchet was successively secretary-general of Troisième voie, Nouvelle résistance, Unité radicale and he was one of the founders of the network Réseau radical and of of the pan-european movement the Front européen de libération.

Christian Bouchet was editor of the magazines Lutte du peuple (1991-1996) and Résistance (1997 -), the latter always appear. He is or has been editorialist of unité-radicale.com (2000-2002), dualpha.com (2001-2003), the weekly Résistance on-line (2002-2005) and Voxnr.com (2005 - ) He is the owner of the publishing house Ars Magna which publish volumes of Savitri Devi, Jean Thiriart, Francis Parker Yockey, Gabriele d'Annunzio, Alexander Duguin and others. He is associate editor of Editions Avatar and correspondent in France for the Italian daily Rinascita. Since November 2008, he is deputy editor in charge of international pages of the bimonthly Flash.

He led a trend called "radical" within the Mouvement national républicain of Bruno Mégret and belonged to the National Council of the party for which he presented to various elections.

A graduate in economics, law, history and a doctorate in anthropology from the University of Paris VII (where he was a student of Professor Robert Jaulin), Christian Bouchet wrote a lot of books about the extremist engagement in politics and religion.

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