Alain Finkielkraut: La seule exactitude. Edition Stock, 2015
France is shaking. Society is broken down. Our country is unrecognizable. The main message of the outer French right-wing intellectuals is clear, and it is Islam and its supporters who are to blame – combined with a totally powerless state, weakened by the democratic rule of law's recognition of human rights and market economy. Reality dissemination is done in the best French way – catchy literary portrayal in Michel Houellebecq's Submission, Éric Zemmours The French suicide, and now in Alain Finkielkrauts La seule exactitude – "The only precise thing." The scents are the thoughts of integration and assimilation.
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