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Flag of La Dissidence Française, two versions - Images by Ivan Sache, 5 May 2019
La Dissidence Française (website) is an ultranationalist movement established in 2011 by Vincent Vauclin (b. 1989, a former militant of the radical left) and registered as an association in 2013.
The movement claims "a radical breakdown from the modern domination and the resulting institutions: La Dissidence Française does not have a bank account, does not recognize the 'Republic', and calls for systematic abstention in elections". La Dissidence Française promotes "a radical doctrine, at the crossing of nationalism; anti-capitalism, and traditionalism".
The informal group was eventually transformed into a political
party in autumn 2018. Two weeks later, two noted members of the
Rassemblement National (RN, formerly, Front National, FN) in Le Havre, Damien Lenoir (head of the RN group in the Municipal Council, also
Regional Councillor of Normandie), and Baptiste Gueudin (Municipal Councillor), left the RN to join Dissidence Française..
The party, self-styled "the only anti-system party", pimps a "conservative revolution", as a "national and social alternative", founded on the themes cherished by ultra-nationalist movements (identity, nationality, integral sovereignty...).
The party obtained 4,835 votes (0.02%) in the 2019 European Parliament election.
Ivan Sache, 5 June 2019
The flag of Dissidence Française (photo,
The emblem of Dissidence Française, introduced in 2016, is the
"spearhead", symbolizing the "movement's dynamism and vanguardist and
The upper lightning represents the movement's doctrine and principles, while the lower lightning represents action and empowerment. Their conjunction initiates a straightforward direction, a direction and a dynamic, recalling the decisive change approach of Dissidence Française and the willingness to conciliate grassroots activism and doctrinal education.
The party also uses red vertical flags charged with the party's emblem (photo, photo).
Ivan Sache, 5 June 2019
Former flag of La Dissidence Française - Image by Ivan Sache, 2 May 2016
The former flag of La Dissidence Française (photo, photo, photo) is black with the name of the group in white capital letters and, beneath, its motto, in smaller letters, "Les résistants à l'empire" (Those Who Resist to the Empire).
Ivan Sache, 2 May 2016