Brussels 2012: Alexandre del Valle’s Speech

By • on July 19, 2012

Alexandre del Valle is an Italo-French lecturer on geopolitics and a researcher for Univesità europea di Roma, Institut Choiseul and Daedalos Institute of Cyprus. He specializes in radical Islam, terrorism, and relations between the West and the Rest. He has been an editorialist in Le FigaroLe Figaro MagazineFrance Soir,Israel MagazineLa UneIl Liberal, etc., and has had articles published in geopolitical magazines and reviews such as Politique InternationaleHerodote,Outre TerreGeostrategicsStratégiquesGeopolitical AffairsNova StoricaIl Liberal, and many others. Apart from being a geopolitician, he is — together with Rachid Kaci — the founder of the liberal-conservative Right (“Droite Libre”), whose slogan is: “Secularity, defence of the West and Freedom, and struggle against political correctness”. His analysis has influenced French, Spanish and Italian politicians, especially the French party UMP. He is the author of nine books, including:

  • Rossi-Neri-Verdi, L’alleanza degli estremismi opposti anti-occidentali, Nazismo, comunismo, islamismo), 2010, Lindau, Torino. (“Red-Brown-Green”, the alliance between anti-Western extremism, Nazism, Communism, Islamism”)
  • Pourquoi on tue les chrétiens aujourd’hui dans le monde: La nouvelle christianophobie, Maxima, 2011, Paris. (“Why Christians are murdered in the world today: the new Christianophobia”, soon to be published in the USA).

Many thanks to Europe News for recording this video:


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[With thanks to Gates of Vienna for the above write up]