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Jean Renaud Gabriel Camus ( ; [1] French: [ʁəno kamy] ; born 10 August 1946) is a French writer of both prose fiction and political polemics. He founded his own minor political party, characterized as a blend of left and right politics. He has written about homosexuality and gay rights. Camus is known for the idea of the Grand Remplacement (the "great replacement" in English), a conspiracy theory regarding immigration to France . BIOGRAPHY [ EDIT ]. The château de Plieux built in 1340, Camus' home in the south of France. He was born in Chamalières , Puy-de-Dôme, in the Auvergne region of France. He spent some time studying in England and traveling in the United States, particularly New Yo... Full story

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