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Photos - Sarah Knafo dazzies: The Consultant of Éric Zemmour Under the spell of his mentor
© Laetitia Notarianni / Bestimage Photos - Sarah Knafo dazzled: Councilor of Éric Zemmour under the spell of his Mentor on tour in any France, Éric Zemmour went to Nantes as well as in Brittany between October 29 and 30, always accompanied by his advisor Sarah Knafo. The latter only had eyes for his mentor. Eric Zemmour continues to go around France, without ever presenting himself as a candidate for the presidential election of 2022.
Paris. As expected, the extremely right Publizist Éric Zemmour declared its candidacy for the French presidential election in April. The 63-year-old, who had even ranked two place behind President Emmanuel Macron in election surveys, explained in a video message to the candidate for the election.
The Stinkfinger would almost cost him his candidacy. When the right-wing Extreme Publizist Eric Zemmour recently adopted after a visit to Marseille, he had left to the unfulfin gesture, which was more indignant in France than his two convictions for referendum.
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.
But Zemmour decided for the flight forward and. "I decided to take our fate in my hands," said Zemmour in the video. "It's no longer time to reform France, but to save it."
Many French would "no longer recognize their country," said the 63-year-old. In his video message, he stood in his video motion in front of a book wall of dark wood and antique galvanes. For a current state, Zemmour occurs in April among others against incumbent Emmanuel Macron, which is currently 25 percent, but his candidacy has not yet declared.
His actual competitor is the right-wing populist politician Marine Le Pen, which he had temporarily overtaken in the surveys, before he was officially candidate. In the meantime, it is clearly behind Le Pen with about 15 percent, which comes to 19 percent.
French TV Pundit Weighing Presidential Run Goes on Trial for Calling Migrant Kids Thieves
Eric Zemmour, far-right TV pundit, faces his third hate speech conviction for calling unaccompanied migrant children thieves, murderers and rapists.The trial focuses on comments Zemmour made in September 2020 on France's CNews about children who migrate to France without parents or guardians.
should agree at the end that only one of them goes into the race, it could be tight for Macron. The Green Yannick Jadot and the socialist Anne Hidalgo dumbling in the surveys in the single-digit area in front of themselves, the conservative republicans want to determine their candidates on Saturday.
Zemmour has made a name for itself as a journalist, book author and talk show permanent guest with provocative ideas. He turns verbally with preference to Muslim immigrants and has about 15 judicial proceedings behind him. Almost two weeks ago, the prosecutor demanded 10,000 euros punishment because he vulpted in a TV debate underage migrants as "thieves, murderers and rapist".
In October, Zemmour was astone rifle to the journalists accompanying him when visiting a security trade fair - "Just for fun", as he said grinning into the cameras.
He represents the "great exchange" spread in right-wing extremists, according to which the European population is allegedly replaced by Muslim migrants and their descendants. Headscarf and Dschellaba are for Zemmour "Uniforms of a Crew Army", he wants to prohibit foreign first names.
Eric Zemmour: the time of Great Fabrication
© Copyright 2021, Obs It was necessary that one day or other Eric Zemmour confronts the real, to the rhetoric of a statesman, otherwise More bulky than that of a polemicist, as shiny and noisy. This return in the atmosphere took place on FranceInfo , in the morning interview on Monday, November 22 by Marc Fauvelle and Salhia Brakhlia.
comes Zemmour himself from a Jewish Algerian family, which has emigrated to France during the Algeria War. He grew up in Parisian suburbs and in an immigrant district of the capital. Twice he tried in vain to come to the Elite Administrative Hochschule Ena, then he became a journalist.
per cheeky and radical he appeared, the more success he had. For a while, he was able to spread his stricable views daily with one-hour debate shipment in the strong conservative station CNEWS. Prominent support he also received from Jean-Marie Le Pen, which is disappointed by the milder course of his daughter, and by Marion Maréchal, the rated niece of the presidential candidate.
For Sunday, Zemmour plans its first major campaign event in the Paris Concert Hall Zenith. But the closer the date moved, the more uncertain seemed to become the candidate. During his visit to Marseille last week, he did not give up a good picture - committed by left protesters, surrounded by security forces, supporters were barely visible. The stinking finger out of the car window, for which he apologized somewhestly, was the unsightly conclusion of an inglorious appearance.
Marine Le Pen stated dry: "The conversion of a polemist to the candidate did not work." She called Zemmour to join her velvet his electorate.
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The Party of Eric Zemmour, reconquest, now has its local referents. Among them, many come from the ranks of the national gathering or identity movement. © AFP.com/julien de Rosa Eric Zemmour, candidate for the presidential election, during a campaign meeting, on December 5, 2021 in Villepinte, near Paris A Villepinte, Eric Zemmour promised in front of an euphoric public a real political renewal.