Y añade: «El Islam es una religión monoteísta que me parece compatible con nuestros principios de laicidad»
Lo dice Jacques Barrot, y no es un cualquiera:
Former deputy in the French National Assembly, from 1967 to 2004, Jacques Barrot was one of the founders of today’s UMP party, an institution that claims to be conservative. UMP is the party of Nicolas Sarkozy, who is known to the media and the world as a politician of the «Right.» Barrot had previously supported Jacques Chirac, and before that had been a leader of the centrist movement. Since 2004, Barrot has been a European Commissioner.
This guy is the archetype of the majority of our elite. He is himself the son of a distinguished father, a deputy, he has been minister several times, he helped create the UMP, etc… What he thinks, what he says is the reflection of what all those in power think and say. That is what is terrifying. These people are burying France and her people («the demographic situation in Europe requires a migration that must be concerted»), without even considering the issues of French birthrate, abortion, French identity, her religion.
I loved this sneaky attack («…all fundamentalists, not only Islamic…») against traditional Catholics. (…)
Note: Jacques Barrot uses the term «migration», a word I see more and more as a substitute for «immigration.» I guess the latter sounds more «discriminatory» than the former which, in its vagueness, refers to a natural and predictable process. When he does use «immigration» he speaks of it as a «moral» good, hence to be against it is to be immoral.
Esto es lo que piensan nuestras élites políticas, y aun le llaman democracia.
Aquí mas: El Mediterráneo se configura como parte de la nueva identidad europea. No podía por menos que dejar de ser un euromedoterráneo. Esta es la «derecha» francesa.
Por cierto, se trata de un delincuente:
In 2000 he was convicted in a French court of «abuse of confidence». The case involved the diverting of £2 million of government money to his party. He received an eight month suspended prison sentence but was pardoned by Jacques Chirac.