I love my parents too much, who gave me a fantastic name, to defend Zemmour’s ban on non-Catholic names. But, if the truth is on his side, on certain issues, I will not hesitate to point it out.
Anyway, one can disagree with him on many political, historical, sociological and philosophical issues… But to say that he knows neither Islam nor Islamism, nor the tumultuous relationship between the two is a joke that nobody laughs at today, except for the ignorant of the Islamic thing and the thurifers of all sides
What could be more natural than that, at the end of the mandate of a president perceived – rightly or wrongly – as the “president of the rich”, purchasing power should be the primary concern of the French? That the reference to the people should once again become (as it should never have ceased to be) the central theme of political debate?
Should the defence of the “little people” have led to this visceral hatred of the elites? That concern for the “weakest” should give rise to a populist drift whose aim is not to come to the rescue of the “left behind”, but to exploit the crowds distress and feed them resentment, to turn it into a destructive force driven by the vilest impulses: racism, suprematism, xenophobia…