The Strategic Provocation of Bloc Identitaire & an Interview with Fabrice RobertJeudi 29/03/2012 - Par D-C
Le site anglophone Digital Crusades publie une analyse approfondie de la stratégie du Bloc Identitaire, accompagnée d'une interview de son président Fabrice Robert : une enquête qu'il est devenu impossible de trouver dorénavant dans l'ensemble de la presse française, globalement soumise à la police de la pensée.
Source : Digital Crusades du 29 mars 2012
Identitarianian Strategic Communication
Permanent Media War : The Strategic Provocation of Bloc Identitaire & an Interview with Fabrice Robert
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Whilst doing research into the Front National (FN) I came across a movement seemingly unknown in the English-speaking world – the Bloc Identitaire (BI).
As the FN under Marine Le Pen has shown a gentler face while adhering to their core platforms (the primacy of native French culture, law and order, concern about Islamism, economic nationalism, immigration) the BI has taken a deliberately activist approach to politics in order to gain coverage rarely received by smaller movements.
S'ensuivent 16 questions adressées à Fabrice Robert, par exemple :
8. Is the theatrical nature of your protests designed to grab media attention ? How successful have they been? How did you develop this style of campaigning ?
Our purpose is to be present everywhere, to wage a permanent media war on the news front, to appear as the grain of sand in the gears of the system and to win victories bringing hope to our people.
The Bloc identitaire today is the movement with the know-how to use provocation to open a public debate. But the real challenge is not to stage an action, is to let it know to the general public. We achieved that goal thanks to our mastery of the Internet. We have activists versed in new technologies that could be called “dissidents 2.0″. With the development of web 2.0, every activist can become a medium in its own and become an individual force of opposition. Thus, we produce our own news content, which are then picked up by mainstream media. For example, is what happened with the invasion of a muslim fast food. Our video was relayed by large French TV channels to become the buzz of the week.
I often say that the street and computer networks are our offices. On the ground, close to our people, we are also launching our web appeals to traditional values.
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