One day the French will be told that they are the strangers in France – President Macron’s former advisor

Friday, October 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

By ABDELHAMID KADDOUR
VoiceOfEurope.com
12 October 2018

One of Emmanuel Macron’s former advisors warned the French President that the day will come that French citizens will be strangers in their own country, BFMTV reports.

There are people, that when the day will come, will make us understand that we are the strangers, Philippe de Villiers said in a TV interview with French broadcaster BFMTV on Thursday.

De Villiers is a very successful entrepreneur (he’s the founder of Puy du Fou, a wildly successful theme park), a politician and a novelist.

Despite being a huge critic of the Islamisation of France, he’s surprisingly was also a confidant and advisor of President Emmanuel Macron during his election campaign.

De Villiers started the interview by warning his fellow French citizens that they may become foreigners in their own country.

“We are not conscious today that we, for decades now, have established (…) two societies, facing each other and now a counter society, with people who are mentally secessioned and one day they’ll make us understand that we are the strangers”.

He also spoke about the infamous pictures of last June, that Macron took with a group of dancers dressed inappropriately and the ones he took with two gangsters in the Caribbean.

“In the beginning, he invited Poutine and Trump and behaved like a head of State (…) then, patatras, the Music festival, the middle finger…”

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One Response to “One day the French will be told that they are the strangers in France – President Macron’s former advisor”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    It’ll happen here too. THEN the news hobbyists will say, “damn it … General Lee was right,” as they’re charged with offending Islam and taken away to be beheaded.

    #3770354

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