Another far-right, anti-immigration White Nationalist with… half-Asian children, and an Asian wife.

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According to his Wikipedia article, Bruno Gollnisch

is a French academic and politician, a member of the National Front (FN) far-right party, and a member of the European Parliament. He was chairman of the European Parliamentary group ‘Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty‘ in 2007, which was dissolved in November 2007 following the defection of the Greater Romania Party. He is therefore a Non-Inscrit. Gollnisch has also been the executive vice-president of the FN since 2007. He is a councillor of the Rhône-Alpes région of France. Because of his public comments, and his position in the National Front he is a controversial figure in France.

The National Front is the far-right party that was first founded by none other than Marine Le Pen.

Gollnisch also served a prison sentence due to committing a crime of Holocaust revisionism.

Bruno Gollnisch was condemned in January 2007 to a three-month prison sentence on probation and ordered to pay costs of 55,000 Euros (with interest) by the Lyon tribunal correctionnel on a charge of “an offence of verbal contestation of the existence of crimes against humanity,[5] ” which is punished in France by virtue of the 1990 Gayssot Act. Gollnisch had committed the verbal contestation on October 11, 2004, by declaring:

I do not question the existence of concentration camps but historians could discuss the number of deaths. As to the existence of gas chambers, it is up to historians to speak their minds (“de se déterminer”).[6]

Gollnisch joins a long, long list of White Supremacists, far-rightists, White Nationalists, and Holocaust deniers with a 


for Asian women.
His wife, according to Wikipedia, is a woman named Setsuko Takeuchi.