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Right-wing French mayor Robert Menard has been hauled into court and threatened with an 1,800 euro fine for what amounts to a thought crime.
A far-right French mayor has appeared in court on charges of inciting hatred for his remarks last year, in which he said that there were too many Muslim children at the schools in his city, and implied that the ethnic French population is being "replaced."
"In a class in the city center of in my town, 91 percent of the children are Muslims. Obviously, this is a problem," he said in an interview on the French news channel LCI in September.
In the same month on the first day of school, Menard also wrote a tweet, saying: "These classes represent the most striking proof of the #GreatReplacement in progress. Just look at old class photos." The Great Replacement is a phrase coined by French writer Renaud Camus, referring to a hypothetical replacement of the ethnic French population in France with immigrants from the former colonies. Camus was convicted and fined for inciting hatred in 2014."Hypothetical replacement," lol.
They'll still be saying it's "hypothetical" when the place is under a Muslim caliphate.
If found guilty, Menard faces a €1,800 fine to be payable within 60 days, and will face a prison term if he refuses to pay up.It's already dead. The question is whether or not the people of France will reverse course and fight to save themselves and stop this madness by voting in Marine Le Pen.
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