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La France n'a pas dit son dernier mot
Forfatter: Eric Zemmour
Forlag: Rubempré, (Frankrike)
FRANCE / The French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour's conclusion after a number of "not a day without" statements is that France is about to be taken over by Muslims and feminists. The whole Zemmour figure is incomprehensible.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

Journalist and author Éric Zemmour (63) announced on November 30 last year that he will challenge Emmanuel Macron in this year's presidential election in France. Few French people think he will be president, but most opinion polls suggest he will run in the second round.

In September, Zemmour published a 350-page political diary pamphlet based on people he has met from 2006 until today. La France n'a pas dit son dernier mot ("France has not said its last word"), published by its own publisher, has been on the bestseller lists in the country since. The reason is probably that the book is easy to read and personal – he writes rhetorically well, but the content is reprehensible.

"Pas un jour sans…" (Not a day without…) Zemmour repeats on page up and page down and fills in with things he does not like. . .

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Ketil Fred Hansen
Hansen is a professor of social sciences at UiS and a regular reviewer at Ny Tid.

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