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After a stint as a reporter in Zimbabwe, Soral wrote and directed his second short film, Les Rameurs, misère affective et culture physique à Carrière-sur-Seine.
Around that time, Soral had joined the French Communist Party.
He became interested in the works of Karl Marx and other Marxist thinkers such as Georg Lukács, Henri Wallon, Lucien Goldmann and Michel Clouscard.
He published Sociologie du dragueur ("Sociology of the womaniser"), his most successful sociological essay to date.
– ABC's of ambient stupidity"), followed by Socrate à Saint-Tropez (2003) and Misères du désir (2004).
In the 2007 he became part of the central committee of Front National, trying to place social issues in the program of the party. His latest book Comprendre l'Empire: Demain la gouvernance mondiale ou la Révolte des nations (Understanding the Empire: Tomorrow global governance or an uprising of nations)In France, all forms of growing communitarianism (gay, Islamic, etc.) form and strengthen through imitation of, hostility towards and opposition to Judeo-Zionist communitarianism, whose privileged status constitutes the communitarian jurisprudence by which their claims against the Republic are supported.
Soral has attracted controversy for alleged antisemitism and alleged 'incitement of racial hatred', including being convicted in court for incitement for saying about Hitler, "[t]his is what happens when you don’t finish the job" in relation to Jews.
Soral was born in Aix-les-Bains, Savoie and grew up in the suburbs of Annemasse (department of Haute-Savoie), where he attended a local primary school.
– Démontage d'un complot antidémocratique ("Towards feminisation?The latter work sold badly, and this led Soral to turn away from writing for a time.Soral then focused on cinematic techniques, and after 2 promotional films, wrote and directed his first short film, Chouabadaballet, une dispute amoureuse entre deux essuie-glaces.The association Act Up rounded on his publisher, Éditions Blanche.Act Up stated that through books like those of Alain Soral or Éric Rémès, Éditions Blanche spreads negative feelings and even hatred towards homosexuals. Démontage d'un complot antidémocratique, Alain Soral argues that women have always worked (in trade or agriculture, for example).