France: Eric Zemmour is presidential candidate. He wants to limit the rights of migrants

Zemmour’s first election rally, which officially announced his run for the presidential election in April 2022 on Tuesday, sparked protests from over 50 union headquarters. At a demonstration organized in Paris near Paris, Villepinte announced the creation of a new political movement, Reconquista, and revealed his plans: limit migration and the right to asylum, and access to health care for migrants.

A columnist in the presence of about 20 thousand. supporters also announced the limitation of the so-called land rights when granting French citizenship, and advocates the improvement of education and the elimination of “LGBT ideology” in French schools. His postulates also include “a return to traditional values ​​in public and national life”. Zemmour also calls himself an opponent of “rampant Islamolevism”.

The candidate has promised to “systematically deport” illegal immigrants from the “French soil”, as well as unemployed foreigners. He criticized the functioning of the Court of Justice of the EU and the “Brussels bureaucracy”, which – in his opinion – unlawfully impose their decisions on the French.

The columnist repeatedly spoke critically in his speech about Muslims who “want to conquer France” and impose their rights on the French, but promised to assimilate those who want it because it is “the best gift France can offer them.” – Why are Malians, Algerians or other nations not capable of assimilation to which the Spaniards, Italians or Poles are subjecting? asked Zemmour, causing a storm of applause from his followers.

A columnist called the rule of the current President Emmanuel Macron “a defeat for France”, full of “inertia that threatens the freedom and economic growth” of its citizens. He described the president himself as “a plastic one who rules the country from behind a mask”, “country deconstructor” and a “puppet” to be replaced with a “great nation” and “real France”.

He also promised a “reconstruction of France”, stressing that his movement had the strength, ideas and visions that would allow the French state to regain its rightful place in the world as a “great country”, “great people” and “great history”. He also repeated that both the elite and the media want his political death and are still attacking him. Zemmour also called on Republican voters and the Marine Le Pen National Union to join his political movement.

Meanwhile, a demonstration against Zemmour in the Barbes district of Paris has amassed 2,200 people, according to the police. people, and according to the organizers, nearly 10 thousand. The police detained 49 people, including the leader of the “yellow vests” Thierry Paul Valette – reported the daily “Le Figaro”. – The ideas of the extreme right are trivialized. We carry humanistic ideas, said Jean-Luc Hacquart, CGT unionist in the Ile-de-France region.

– Zemmour escaped from Paris. It is important that we show that we will not allow fascism to spread, said Solidaires spokesman Simon Duteil.

The word “Reconquista” in French means an action aimed at regaining control, a new conquest, regaining the country, territory, and historically the armed struggle of Christians on the Iberian Peninsula in the eighth-fifteenth centuries in order to take their lands from the Arabs.

On Sunday, the first electoral rally of the leader of the far-left Unbroken France, Jean-Luc Melenchon, took place in the La Defense business district near Paris, where the politician attacked Republican candidate Valerie Pecresse sharply, describing her as “two-thirds of Macron, one-third of Zemmour.”


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