Gilles-William Goldnadel is a lawyer and essayist. Every week, he decrypts the news for FigaroVox.
Let's start with the mayor of Grenoble. What is happening in the unconscious of Eric Piolle who, on Twitter, says he wants to remove from the calendar of non-working holidays the commemorations of a religion whose name he does not give? Officially, it would be to honor the Republic. But it has not been idle by decreeing that the national holiday would be July 14 and by fighting to make victory Nazism, May 8, a working day. No, it is not out of republicanism that Piolle wants to see the Ascension, Pentecost and Christmas erased from our official memory. Like his comrade from Lyon who wanted to tear out the roots of the fir tree, the Grenoble native wants to uproot the memory roots of eternal France. And what do we believe he is crèche in this unavowed will that contrasts with a form of submission to burkinis? The unspoken desire to suppress the old religion of the old...
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