Eric Zemmour’s Franken-discourse
Having been accused of inciting hate speech, French political commentator Eric Zemmour Twitter has stepped down from his prime-time post on CNews. He has also been accused of inciting hatred by critics of immigration and the Muslim population. His Franken discourse is a direct assault on France’s political and religious institutions. However, his tweets do not necessarily reflect the views of the French people.
The author of a controversial book, Eric Zemmour Twitter has managed to make his inflammatory ideas mainstream. His writings appear in the most bourgeois newspaper in France, Le Figaro, and his radio show on RTL is a reliable source of information about French politics. In 2006, he published a provocative book entitled “The Right’s Inherent Need to Dominate” which earned him acclaim. His views subsequently caught the attention of the French press and won him a position as a television chat show pundit. He wanted to shock the “politically correct consensus” and use his words to challenge it.
Rather than calling him a far-right populist, Zemmour’s Twitter views have more in common with a far-right, ultra-nationalist position. He cites Trump as an example, claiming that the UK’s Brexit vote was a “ballast” for his anti-immigration position. His aim is to create a conservative arc from the mainstream right to the far-right, drawing on voters of low-income and educated “patriotic bourgeoisie”. His political ambitions are directed towards the Le Pen family, who have stood in French presidential elections every year except 1981.
Marine Le Pen
A battle between Zemmour Twitter and Le Pen continues on Twitter, as the young woman defends the president over the issue of the Ukrainian war. Meanwhile, Zemmour urges his supporters to vote for Le Pen. However, Le Pen wants to strengthen her party’s supremacy over the National Rally. In a recent interview, Zemmour stated that Le Pen will win if she can unite the RN.
While Macron and Le Pen are rivals, they do have common ground. Both have made serious inroads into the LGBT community and women’s communities. The issue of immigration has been a recurring theme in both of their campaigns. Similarly, Marine Le Pen’s campaign is based on a distorted version of history.
The French president’s election result should have damaged Le Pen’s position, but the results favored his party. Meanwhile, Zemmour Twitter and Melenchon have urged nationalist parties to unite to fight Macron. In addition, Riviere cited the weakening of resistance to Le Pen’s presidency, pointing to the tradition of French voters firing incumbents.
Eric Zemmour’s tweets
French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour Twitter is facing a court case over his Twitter posts about Jews and the Holocaust. The six LGBTQ advocacy groups are suing the presidential candidate over a statement Zemmour Twitter made in January about the alleged deportation of Jews during World War II.
Zemmour Twitter is a native of Paris, where he was raised by immigrants who came to France. His mother stayed at home to care for him during his early childhood. But he later attended Sciences Po University, where he received his undergraduate degree.
France’s CSA media regulator, meanwhile, declared Zemmour Twitter to be a “politician” and ordered him to resign his prime-time position at CNews. This decision comes after Zemmour’s comments about the Holocaust and recent high-profile murder cases, including two anti-Semitic attacks.
Eric Zemmour’s stoopcensure
Protests in Marseille last night turned violent as riot police surrounded the arena and searched people’s bags. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets to denounce Zemmour’s Twitter election campaign. It’s just the latest misstep in a series of recent missteps for the far-right candidate. Zemmour has already lost his main financial supporter and a number of influential far-right figures have distanced themselves from him.
Despite the negative publicity, Zemmour’s Twitter rally last night was a welcome sight for many. Despite a lack of support from voters, Zemmour’s supporters hope that his rally will relaunch his campaign. But the stoopcensures on Twitter are not an end in themselves. Despite his claims of attracting 15,000 people to the rally, he has faced several court cases for inciting racial hatred.
Many anti-immigration supporters are urging Zemmour Twitter and Le Pen to resign, but the two have not yet declared their intention to seek another mandate.There’s a strong possibility that his stoopcensure on Twitter will influence the outcome of the election.