Zemmour warns of ‘the great indoctrination’ on his return to politics
Five months after his failure in the presidential election, Eric Zemmour rallied his troops in Provence on Sunday, with no real mea culpa for his campaign but still with the scourges of “grand replacement,” “grand demotion,” and now “grand indoctrination.” “.
In a field in Gréoux-les-Bains in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the ex-polemicist counted “7,000 people, twice as many as expected” who came to a political counter-speech, in a sometimes stunned fervor from the heat.
The unfortunate candidate may have sworn he “wasn’t there to talk about the past campaign,” but it was nonetheless an exercise in judgment and perspective that he embarked on, certain “in the face of the ‘ Story’ to have been right”.
Without self-criticism, but remembering the glorious hours of his crowded meetings or his televised debates, the boss of Reconquete! recognized a “restful and saving summer” after his double defeat in the presidential and parliamentary elections.
Faced with reservations by those who accused him of his obsession with identity issues, the former journalist tried to occupy the ecological field by rejecting a pro-nuclear plea, or talk about the economy by arguing for a less redistributive state.
– “Francocide” –
But it’s the fundamentals that the fourth man in the presidential election particularly insisted on, adding “grand indoctrination” to the “grand replacement” and “grand demotion” theories.
Bearing in mind that “school(s) is the focus”, he targets “ideologies” in general and EELV MP Sandrine Rousseau or Minister for National Education Pap Ndiaye in particular. Boos were feeding in the bays.
On the subject of “let’s protect our children,” Eric Zemmour made a lengthy development at school, urging his troops to “let nothing happen,” “denounce,” “protest,” through a “national network of vigilant parents.” available” in every facility.
“I want all parents to be able to point out to us the aberrations that their children fall victim to at school,” he developed, scourging “the teachers (who teach their children) that France has committed crimes against ‘humanity’ or “Outsiders[teach]your six-year-old daughter that she can be a boy if she wants to.”
And, borrowing from the term “feminicide” that crops up in public debate, he suggests calling “Frankoccide” “beating, raping, murdering a Frenchman by an immigrant.”
– Targeting Italy –
When the public is ecstatic and Eric Zemmour brags about “making the country’s most important political comeback,” the far-right movement remains in the grip of questions.
“I’m not losing sight of the next deadlines,” declared the ex-presidential candidate, while in the alleys of the Provençal hustle and bustle, many activists are already calling for Marion Maréchal to take the lead in the list for the European elections in 2024.
It’s also the shape that Reconquest! must take, as well as its relations with other right-wing and far-right parties, which will be debated among the members, while Marine Le Pen, crowned with a historic result in the second round of the presidential election and the election of 89 MPs, was held at a meeting at the same time his land in Hénin-Beaumont (Pas-de-Calais).
“Eric Zemmour’s bet was to find a political space that stood out on the issue of identity and a more liberal aspect. On the contrary, given the crisis, a large part of the electorate is more tied to social security,” political scientist Benjamin Morel remarked on FranceInfo on Sunday, noting an “extremely complicated context” for the ex-polemicist.
Above all, we want to reassure ourselves from their troops by looking at Italy, where the post-fascist party Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) is considered the favorite for the general elections and its leader Giorgia Meloni has become the head of the government. “A few years ago it started at 3%,” recalls the Vice President of Reconquest! Nicholas Bay. However, according to him “it is much closer to the Zemmour line than to that of Le Pen”.
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