Great Replacement

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Concept.png Great Replacement 
(“Conspiracy theory”,  Eugenics,  Open borders)Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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Start2011
Interest ofLauren Southern
A "conspiracy theory", popularised in France in 2011.

The Great Replacement is considered by Wikipedia as a far right Anti-semitic conspiracy theory.[1]

It is related to "White genocide".

Media coverage

The New Statesman call it a "deadly myth".[2]

The ADL and CCM called on Fox News to fire Tucker Carlson for his comments.[3]


 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:The new alliance between anti-vaxxers and the far right is a deadly threatArticle1 August 2021Paul Mason"Though they claim to be “peaceful”......by setting themselves up as the victims of genocide, the anti-vaxxers give themselves permission to threaten violence.....Those behind the “crime” are said to include governments and the World Economic Forum (WEF)" because the real fascists are the ones that oppose oppressive government mandates and forced injections.
File:The Great Replacement.pdfManifesto15 March 2019Brenton TarrantA 'Manifesto', allegedly authored by Brenton Tarrant. it was emailed to media outlets and politicians, including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, shortly before Tarrant embarked on a shooting spree at two Christchurch mosques, reportedly killing 50 people.


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