Between radical right and far right, young activists advocate free union
During a meeting of Eric Zemmour during the presidential campaign, at the Palais des sports…
“Young patriot is looking for the same profile for free union, with the aim of saving France. Write to the journal The Wrong, which will transmit. » The “small ad” was published on Friday March 3, on the front page of the conservative magazine, in the form of a joint interview between the leaders of the youth movements of the Les Républicains (LR) party, the National Rally (RN) and Reconquest. They pose all smiles, like three friends who have just had a beer, which they also took after the interview, carried out on Valentine’s Day, February 14.
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In the photo, the zemmourian Stanislas Rigault eclipses LR Guilhem Carayon, relegated to the margins, and opens his right palm to Pierre-Romain Thionnet, the national director of the National Youth Rally. Everyone came as they are: white shirt and well-mannered right-wing suit for the first two, Fred Perry polo shirt and white Gazelle sneakers, far-right dress code, for the last.
As The Wrong is a joker magazine, it titles: “Young people cut the cord”mean by that this cursed sanitary cordon, an obstacle to his fantasy of a “union of the rights” willingly pulling to the far right. The trap closes on LR and the winner of the operation appears, full page, on the back cover: Eric Zemmour, and a link to join his party, Reconquest.
On twelve pages, reread and validated by them, the three men spread out their differences and points of agreement. The second column is well supplied. On the reform of pensions or public services, the anti-liberalism of Pierre-Romain Thionnet, raised in the thought of the socialist and conservative philosopher Jean-Claude Michéa, denotes in relation to the positions of his two opponents.
But the three come together on the themes of “wokism”, secularism and immigration, share a common term, and conclude in a spirit of harmony: “I really hope that we will all come together under the same banner to beat Emmanuel Macron and his successor”launches Pierre-Romain Thionnet.
“On many questions, we have points of convergence, in particular on insecurity and the civilizational crisis”, raises Guilhem Carayon, who takes care to specify that his party is the only one able to raise the country. To Stanislas Rigault the last word: “I am certain that faced with the challenge of civilization that awaits our generation, we will end up working together, to win together. »
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