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'Zemmour attacked and wounded in the wrist before the rally'

2021-12-05T22:10:32.647Z

His staff reports it. Nine day prognosis, report report. The far-right candidate: 'Zero immigration goal. Enough social and health aid to foreigners, via illegal immigrants' (ANSA)



Eric Zemmour was wounded in the wrist by a man who grabbed him, just before he took the stage at his first election meeting in Villepinte, in the Paris suburb. This was reported by his staff to the AFP, adding that the doctors gave him 9 days of prognosis (total inability to work). The far-right polemicist is considering filing a complaint, added Antoine Diers, spokesman for Zemmour's new 'Reconquête' party. "The assailant" was quickly taken out of the hall, the staff said.

Leaving for the "reconquest of the most beautiful country in the world": word of Eric Zemmour, the former far-right polemicist who ran on November 30 in the 2022 French presidential elections who today held his first major electoral rally in front of thousands of militants who arrived at the Palais des Expositions in Villepinte, in the northern suburb of Paris. An event marked by moments of high tension. Shortly before taking the stage, the 63-year-old candidate was yanked by an individual who according to BfmTv already has precedents. Sparks also during Zemmour's speech, when scuffles and chairs were thrown into the air between anti-racist activists and some far-right militants at the back of the room. At least two people had bloody faces after the clashes, including a militant from Sos Racisme.

While in Paris about 2,200 demonstrators, according to the police, marched to denounce the descent into the field of the anti-Islam and anti-migrant candidate twice condemned for incitement to racial hatred. The leader of the newborn political movement 'Reconquete', Riconquista (a clear historical reference to the 'Spanish Reconquista on Muslim domination'), entered the scene in front of the 15,000 present in the room in mid-afternoon, greeted by ovations and a riot of blue flags -blanc-rouge. "If I win this election, it will not be the umpteenth alternation but the beginning of the reconquest", assured Zemmour addressing the audience made up of many young people, overwhelmingly white, who came from the four corners of France. "The French people - he continued - have been here for a thousand years.And he did not say the last word. "As his first electoral slogan, Zemmour chose the motto 'the impossible is not French', attributed to his favorite Napoleon Bonaparte. he assured him that he was "not a racist" but that he wanted to "defend our identity." He also returned the accusations of neo-fascism to the sender: "Me fascist? But do me the favor ... ". Then he thundered again against the migratory flows that in his opinion threaten the country, according to the controversial theory of 'grand remplacement', that is to say the replacement of so-called 'white' France with the French. of foreign origin.impossible is not French ', attributed to his favorite Napoleon Bonaparte. In the speech of about an hour, which mainly focused on identity issues, he assured us that he was "not a racist" but that he wanted to "defend our identity". Also return the accusations of neo-fascism to the sender: "I am a fascist? But do me the favor ...". Then he thundered again against the migratory flows that in his opinion threaten the country, according to the controversial theory of 'grand remplacement', i.e. the replacement of so-called 'white' France with French of foreign origin.impossible is not French ', attributed to his favorite Napoleon Bonaparte. In the speech of about an hour, which mainly focused on identity issues, he assured us that he was "not a racist" but that he wanted to "defend our identity". Also return the accusations of neo-fascism to the sender: "I'm a fascist? But do me the favor ...". Then he thundered again against the migratory flows that in his opinion threaten the country, according to the controversial theory of 'grand remplacement', i.e. the replacement of so-called 'white' France with French of foreign origin.defend our identity ". The accusations of neo-fascism are also returned to the sender:" I am a fascist? But do me the favor ... ". Then he thundered again against the migratory flows that in his opinion threaten the country, according to the controversial theory of 'grand remplacement', that is to say the replacement of so-called 'white' France with the French. of foreign origin.defend our identity ". The accusations of neo-fascism are also returned to the sender:" I am a fascist? But do me the favor ... ". Then he thundered again against the migratory flows that in his opinion threaten the country, according to the controversial theory of 'grand remplacement', that is to say the replacement of so-called 'white' France with the French. of foreign origin.

"Zero immigration - he warned - will become a clear objective of our policy". In his program, the far-right candidate promises, among other things, the abolition of the Ius soli and the systematic expulsion of "all illegal immigrants in the area". "Before next summer - Zemmour urged in a dark suit, white shirt and blue tie - I want to limit the right of asylum to a handful of individuals". Then to ensure that he wants to "reach out" to "those Muslims who want to become our brothers", assimilating themselves to French society. A former journalist and former talk show star obsessed with identity issues, Zemmour also talked about other things, with a promise to reindustrialize France. Without ever invoking a 'Frexit ', has addressed harsh criticisms of the European Union and announced that if he is elected president he will leave Paris from the integrated command of NATO. Zemmour officially ran for the Elysée race on November 30, saying he wanted to "save France" and its values ​​threatened in his opinion by immigration and Islam. In recent weeks, however, polls see him down from the initial surge, when some surveys gave him in front of Marine Le Pen for a possible presidential run-off against Emmanuel Macron.save France "and its values ​​threatened in his opinion by immigration and Islam. In recent weeks, however, polls have seen it decline compared to the initial surge, when some surveys gave him in front of Marine Le Pen for a possible ballot presidential election against Emmanuel Macron.save France "and its values ​​threatened in his opinion by immigration and Islam. In recent weeks, however, polls have seen it decline compared to the initial surge, when some surveys gave him in front of Marine Le Pen for a possible ballot presidential election against Emmanuel Macron.

Source: ansa

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