“There is no freedom without taking root and without will. The Free Man; the unique ideal traditionally extolled by European culture in the likes of Celtic poems & Germanic legends. Autonomous and accountable in his choices, the Free Man is the virtuous product of European genius. Although, it’s precisely the later which is being threatened by the march of foreign despotism; taking place internally by what Konrad Lorenz called the contagion of indoctrination, and what Raymond Ruyer called ideological pollution. Egalitarianism, uniformed lifestyles, rapid bureaucratisation and totalitarian economics are currently changing the European freeman into a “mass-man” foreign even to his own self.”
- Louis Pauwels, Le Figaro-Magazine, 8 octobre 1977.