Quillette Podcast 35 – Eric Kaufmann and Sunder Katwala Discuss the European Election Results

Toby Young discusses the European election results with Eric Kaufmann, author of Whiteshift, and Sunder Katwala, director of British Future. Is national populism in decline? If not, how concerned should we be? Eric Kaufmann, a professor of politics at Birkbeck College, wrote  about the European election for Quillette.


  1. Daveish says

    Did he say that UKIP is an ethno-nationalist party? I’m not from the UK but I didnt think they advocated for anything related to ethno-nationalism.

  2. Catkin says

    Why, for Eric Kaufmann, are populists ‘right wing’? Why are the liberals, who come squawking onto the streets every time they don’t get their own way and who dominate the media, not populists? Does he know what populism is?

    Also, according to Kaufmann, it’s ‘fair’ that the native majority are having their society ‘denuded’ of their culture as we don’t want to give preference to one ethnic group over another! The majority are not simply another ethnic group who just happen to be here as well, they are the native people of the nation. How noble of him to ‘permit them an identity’. But on his terms, of course.

    People who voted for Brexit weren’t ‘uneducated’, they were people who were fortunate enough not to have been brainwashed by our unequal and deplorable ‘woke’ education system. There is a difference.

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