May 30, 2022, 11:34 AM
European guest Matin Monday, the candidate for the parliamentary elections and President of the Reconquête! “Seine-Saint-Denis is no longer France,” he said.
“We should have built the Stade de France in France,” he said tweeted former presidential candidate Eric Zemmour on Sunday after the incidents that took place near the Stade de France on Saturday night before the start of the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool. “Seine-Saint-Denis is no longer France,” he said, adding that “the department is no longer a French department.”
Supporters of “suburbs, robbers, thieves”
Final The Champions League was delayed by about 30 minutes on Saturday night. The Minister of the Interior and the new Minister of Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Amélie Oudéa-Castera, said in a press release that they condemned the incidents and regretted that “some fans with tickets could not take part in the match”.
Gerald Darmanin also condemned the attitude of thousands of British supporters with or without counterfeit notes. Version challenged by Éric Zemmour: “I accuse him of putting dust under the carpet. It was enough to see 30 seconds of pictures of so-called English supporters to see that they were neither English nor supporters, and that ‘on the other hand they were suburban residents, robbers’ , thieves and everyone. “
A ministerial meeting was held this Monday
“There are still French islands in Seine-Saint-Denis, but for the rest they are foreign enclaves and for the most part they voted for Jean-Luc Mélenchon in the presidential election. These new people will replace the old people, “he said on Europe 1.” There is no hatred, rather pain, sadness when we see the city of kings becoming a foreign enclave, where we no longer speak much French, where people are or people are no longer dressed in French, where morals are hardly French anymore, “he assured.
A ministerial meeting in the presence of UEFA and the Paris police headquarters is being held this Monday at 11 a.m. to try to “identify dysfunctions,” the sports ministry said in a press release.