The subject was electric.
Addressed Saturday evening on France 2 in "What time!"
for the arrival of Marion Maréchal, the debate around immigration strongly challenged Philippe Besson, also invited on the set of Léa Salamé.
When the figure of the Reconquest party confirmed her words that she sees a great replacement in France, the writer fumed.
What you say is a demographic aberration.
This is completely stupid and wrong!
“, he reacted.
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This close friend of Emmanuel Macron then exposed his rhetorical reasoning.
The migratory balance is around 150,000 people each year.
It would take us 50, 60 or
70 years to arrive at the great replacement.
So the great replacement does not exist.
Except in your mind and your fantasy
,” he continued.
I don't know what world you live
in," replied Marine Le Pen's niece.
I return the question to you, I do not know in which country you live
, cut Philippe Besson.
don't know where you see 90% Arabs and blacks in the street.
Where do you see them?
Tell me where you see them!
“, he was annoyed, repeating his last question several times.
“Yes, France is changing”
Later, Alain Marschall, also present around the table, will defend the political guest, thus contradicting the words of Philippe Besson.
Yes, France is changing.
French people say it: “it's no longer my France”.
And they say it at the polls
, ”recalled the host of BFMTV and RMC, believing that the presence of Marine Le Pen in the second round of the last two presidential elections reflects concerns about immigration and insecurity.
It's up to politicians to hear
it," he concluded.