Emmanuel Macron assures that the applications of the “extremes” lead “to civil war” | EUROtoday

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IHe factors to the “two extremes”. Emmanuel Macron, who spoke in a podcast, broadcast this Monday, June 24, returns to the problems of the legislative elections, and castigates the National Rally, La France insoumise and “those who follow them”. According to the President of the Republic, the applications of “the two extremes” would merely lead the nation in direction of “civil war”.

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“The response of the extreme right” when it comes to insecurity “goes through stigmatization […] because it refers people to a religion or an origin, that is why it divides and pushes to civil war,” defined the pinnacle of state in Do It Yourself Generationled by entrepreneur Matthieu Stefani.

Of “electoral communitarianism”

On the opposite aspect of the political spectrum, Emmanuel Macron believes that the Insoumis, “who no longer assume the framework of secularism”, suggest “a form of communitarianism… a little electoral”. “But that is also the civil war behind it, because it is first of all referring people exclusively to their religious or community affiliation. It is to justify their separation from the national community and it is civil war with those who do not share its values,” he stated.

“I think it’s a danger and that’s why I think the National Rally and La France insoumise respond to real problems, real anger, real anxieties,” he continues, citing examples, “those of the person who says “my security problem is not being addressed”, the one that says “I am not recognized and protected because I am Muslim””.

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“The solution will never be in the rejection of the other”

At the microphone of Matthieu Stefani, Emmanuel Macron stated at size that he understood that the French could possibly be tempted by extremes: “when we are fed up with everything, that life is hard on a daily basis” as a result of they “have solutions faster”. “But the solution will never be in the rejection of the other, it will be in a firmer, more effective Republic,” he insisted.

According to him, “compared to those who are tempted by the two extremes, what we must do in the next two or three years is to say 'we must be much firmer, much stronger wherever the Republic does not meet security and impunity.” Likewise, he says he wants to be “much firmer, much more effective wherever the Republic does not provide equal opportunities”.

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