Murder of Samuel Paty: a “Francocide” according to Zemmour.
Two years after the assassination of Samuel Paty by a radicalized young man, the President of Reconquest! On Saturday in Paris, Eric Zemmour paid tribute to the professor, who had become the victim of an “avoidable Francocide”, the culmination of a “continuum of violence”.
This crime is “not news, an accident or the act of a madman” but “a Francocide, the death of a Frenchman because he is French”, launched the former presidential candidate (7%) in front of hundreds of supporters in the square opposite Samuel-Paty the Sorbonne in Paris.
“We bow respectfully to the pain” of Samuel Paty’s family, “but the death of Samuel Paty goes beyond Samuel Paty,” he insisted, contradicting any recovery.
This attack, the far-right leader thundered, was part of a “continuum of violence”: “Here it’s a beheading, but every day there’s spitting, insults, (…) muggings, thefts, rapes.” In his eyes, it is a “change of people and civilization,” a “great replacement” that will result in “the French being expelled from their old country, France, which has been Catholic for 1,500 years.”
This crime is “avoidable” by applying several measures, he added: “refusing asylum to people suspected of being dangerous”, “fighting places of worship that spread hatred” by closing them, or even “Withdrawal of welfare” for parents whose children are “teachers under pressure”.
While incidents related to the wearing of religious symbols at school increased in September, Mr Zemmour pointed to “a massive offensive” that “is not an expression of simple fashion” but “an expression of a conquest of a space by a culture, a religion “a civilization”.
Before him, Marion Maréchal, vice-president of Reconquete!, denounced the “no vagism” in school in the face of “a problem of immigration, demography, assimilation”.
Senator Stéphane Ravier noted an increase in “communitarianism”: “It’s very good that the Islamists live among themselves, I’m personally in favor of it, but if they want to dress like they do in Bled, they should go back to Bled! ‘ he began to applause.
The Minister of National Education, Pap Ndiaye, will be present at the Sorbonne on Saturday afternoon, together with Mickaëlle Paty, the teacher’s sister, to present the first Samuel Paty Prize, awarded by the Association of History and Geography Teachers ( APHG) is organized. .
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