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Macron reportedly asked Zemmour for a summary of his immigration plan

In his latest book to be published on September 16, Eric Zemmour recounts, among other things, a conversation with Emmanuel Macron during which the President of the Republic allegedly asked him for a “note” on immigration.

A few days before publication France has not said its last word, Eric Zemmour’s next book published by Rubempré, some good sheets have been published by Le Figaro. In one of the passages revealed by the daily this September 10, the essayist and journalist relates a telephone conversation he had in spring 2020 with the President of the Republic. A call made by the Head of State following the assault on the political journalist on April 30 in a street in the capital.

“I tell him […] [que] I believe in the collective unconscious that direct us, and the collective unconscious of these Muslim populations is to colonize the former colonizer, to dominate the infidel in the name of Allah ”, tells in particular Eric Zemmour, according to whom Emmanuel Macron would then have him conceded being “right on this point”, while explaining that he refused to publicly take such positions, for fear of going “to civil war”.

By the way, your plan, make me a note […] my secretary will contact you

During the exchange, the essayist would also have told the Head of State to have “a plan” which would enumerate the measures to be taken on the question of identity, and more precisely on that of immigration. “It interests me”, would then immediately reacted the President of the Republic. Moreover, according to the passage in question transcribed by Le Figaro, Emmanuel Macron would have even relaunched on the subject his interlocutor at the end of the conversation: “” By the way, your plan, make me a note “. I pretend not to understand: “What plan?” He continues, amused to have jostled me: “But let’s see, your plan on immigration, my secretariat will contact you.”

The daily publishes other extracts from this very critical book on immigration and on certain actors in French political life. The author mentions in particular a confession by Alain Minc, dating from January 2007, on a project to incorporate “everything that the referendum of 2005 rejected” into the “institutional mini-treaty on Europe” announced by Nicolas Sarkozy before his election, in May of the same year. “And the turn will be played”, would have confided in particular, all smiles, the political adviser, on the occasion of a sumptuous lunch in a wealthy district of the capital …

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