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"National Education must recognize its share of responsibility in the murder of Samuel Paty"


TRIBUNE - For the whistleblower Didier Lemaire, commemorating the assassination of Samuel Paty will only be useful if the National Education and some ex-colleagues of the victim assume to have pointed the finger, "dropped" and defamed.

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Didier Lemaire

is professor of philosophy. For twenty years, he taught at the Lycée La Plaine-de-Neauphle in Trappes (Yvelines). In February 2021, he had to put his teaching career on hold after being threatened for

denouncing Islamist entryism at school

. He publishes “Letter from a hussar of the Republic. Before it's too late… ”(Robert Laffont, 240 p., € 18.50).

On this day of tribute to the savagely murdered professor, we are looking for a truth that would not bother anyone.

A truth that could relieve our bad conscience.

It is a lot to ask the truth.

With candles and flowers, in the great communion of hearts, we rely on the words of young people, as in this exhibition, presented to the deputies, “Don't touch my teacher”.

Here or there, as you wish, a minute of silence or, for example, an hour of discussion within the framework of moral and civic education.

We finally plant a tree, we put a plaque, and that's it for ever.

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Source: lefigaro

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