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In 2000, Faye relaunched J’ai Tout Compris! as a monthly edition where he expresses his ideas: Faye predicts an abolition of European societies due to massive immigration, and a total war between the West and the Islamic world, endorsing the “clash of civilization” theory.
He takes part in the Rivarol journal and regularly collaborates with Pierre Vial’s Terre et Peuple (fr) neo-Pagan group. He also participates in conferences abroad, such as with the US nationalist group American Renaissance on 3 March 2006.
Faye has been criticized for his “extremism” by Alain de Benoist in a March 2000 interview published in the Italian review Area, close to the Alleanza Nazionale.
In 2007, he published La Nouvelle question juive (The New Jewish question) in which he strongly criticized Holocaust deniers and many Third Positionists and anti-Zionists (such as Alain Soral or Christian Bouchet) whom he accuses of sympathy for Islamism. As a response, he was accused of being a “national-Zionist”.
Several of Faye’s books have been translated into English and published by Arktos. These include “Archeofuturism – European visions of the post-catastrophic age” (2010), “Why we Fight – manifesto of the European resistance” (2011) and “Convergence of Catastrophes” (2012).
A quick and easy way to grasp the ideology of Faye’s alt-right world is through this Golden Boy video: