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Entertainment of a politician polemiste, did Eric Zemmour managed his moult?

00:02  07 december  2021
00:02  07 december  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Éric Justin Léon Zemmour (French: [eʁik zemuʁ]; born 31 August 1958) is a French far-right political journalist, essayist, writer and pundit. He was editor and panelist on Face à l'Info, a daily show broadcast on CNews, from 2019 to 2021. He politically self-identifies as Gaullist and Bonapartist.

Far-right French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour has been attacked at his first campaign rally. As the 63-year-old moved through the crowd to the stage, a man briefly grabbed him by the neck before security officers intervened. Local media report his wrist was injured and that his doctors have ordered nine days of rest. He announced he had named his party Reconquest - a name Mr Zemmour said harked back to the period of history known as the Reconquista, when Christian armies drove Muslims from the Iberian peninsula. The far-right politician also railed against political elites and the media.

Dans le cadre de sa campagne présidentielle, Eric Zemmour a décidé d'établir ses quartiers au Parc des Expositions de Villepinte. Un premier meeting marqué par des affrontements, entre ses suiveurs et des militants de SOS Racisme, mais aussi par le changement de regard que portent les Français sur lui. Est-il définitivement passé du statut de polémiste à homme politique ? © Stefano Rellandini / AFP As part of its presidential campaign, Eric Zemmour decided to establish its neighborhoods at the Villepinte Exhibition Center. A first meeting marked by clashes, between his followers and activists of SOS racism, but also by the change of look at the French on him. Is it definitely passed from polemicist status to politician?

For his very first speech before his faithful, as a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic , Eric Zemmour decided to establish his neighborhoods at the Parc des Expositions in Villepinte . A first meeting marked by clashes between his followers and members of SOS Racism , but also by his diatribe against the current President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron .

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  Hate speech trial of likely French far-right candidate opens PARIS (AP) — A far-right TV pundit who is expected to run for the French presidency goes on trial Wednesday for allegedly inciting racial hatred with his comments on unaccompanied migrant children. Eric Zemmour, who has two prior hate speech convictions, is being tried on charges of “public insult” and “incitement to hatred or violence” against a group of people due to their ethnic, national, racial or religious origin. The essayist andEric Zemmour, who has two prior hate speech convictions, is being tried on charges of “public insult” and “incitement to hatred or violence” against a group of people due to their ethnic, national, racial or religious origin.

Eric Zemmour , 63, was placed in headlock by unidentified assailant today. He was doing first presidential campaign rally when he was grabbed. Other brawls happened at the arena after counter demonstrators got into the arena. 'The attacker lunged out with his arms and pulled Mr Zemmour towards him after grabbing him around the neck,' said an eye witness. 'Mr Zemmour has bodyguards around him at all times, and they moved to grab the assailant and pulled him away,' the source added.

Fights broke out between supporters of Mr Zemmour and anti-racism protesters as he set out his 'zero immigration' vision for France.

"Emmanuel Macron is fundamentally uninteresting"

"it's not just the person of Emmanuel Macron we're going to conquer, but even better: his ideology. This system of which he is the flag holder, spokesperson and l 'executing. The person of Emmanuel Macron does not interest us because it is fundamentally uninteresting. Nobody knows who he is, because he is no one, "he said, before the public clamor .

carried by a totally subjugated crowd by its verve, it also took advantage of it to reduce the policy put in place by the President, notably since the CVIV-19 crisis. "Behind the mask of the perfect technocratic intelligence, the mountain of superficial ideas, the contradictory slogans, the 'at the same time', synonymous with disorder, and the 'whatever it costs", synonymous with ruin, it has not been There's anyone. There is nothing. " Hammered again Eric Zemmour. Are these vitriol attacks synonymous with successful transformation for Eric Zemmour? "We saw a candidate for the presidential election. We have forgotten the polemicist. There were dozens, pancarts 'Zemmour President'. He really managed to harangue the crowd. Everything was put in place for This moult takes place, "said Gauthier Le Bret, political journalist for CNEWS, present at the meeting.

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Controversial French editorialist and pundit Eric Zemmour is reportedly mulling a presidential bid, a prospect far-right leader Marine Le Pen fears could weaken her own aspiration. The leader of the far-right Rassemblement National (RN) party is currently projected to make it through to the second round of next year's presidential election against the incumbent, President Emmanuel Macron. The fear is that a Zemmour candidacy could split the far-right vote and see Macron face off with the candidate from the right-wing Les Republicains party.

French far-right candidate Eric Zemmour , who announced his bid for presidency last week, was put in a headlock by a protester at his first election campaign rally on Sunday which was marred by clashes and protests. Mr Zemmour , 63, who has been convicted twice for inciting hate and is known for his hardline stance on Islam and immigration, held his first campaign rally in Villepinte, a suburb near Paris. “The stakes are huge: if I win it will be the start of winning back the most beautiful country in the world,” he said at the rally. The event saw protests as violence and clashes broke out, agencies reported.

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The former president of Olympique de Marseille denounced Eric Zemmour's turpitudes, roughly extrapolated, to gradually pass from the status of simple Oracle to that of self-proclaimed "Savior of France". "I understand very well the colossal finesse which consists of saying 'I am a victim of all that. Help me! Come to my rescue'. But honestly, media relays at the service of power ... Frankly, he charred a little" .

A position that obviously did not prevent him from conquering the 13,000 people in Villepinte, totally acquired at his case.

Meeting of Zemmour: towards a dissolution of the group of ultradroite "The Zouaves"? .
© Copyright 2021, the Obs the ultradroite group "The Zouaves", suspected of being involved in the violence committed Sunday during the Meeting of Eric Zemmour , "is the subject of a job" By territorial intelligence with a view to a possible dissolution procedure, we learned this Friday 10 December of source close to the file. "This group is the subject of a work due to the actions committed," a source close to the file, confirming information from " Parisien ".

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