The LR mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi calls for the mobilization of all the mayors of France against “Islamist leprosy”. Here is his platform. “Blood was still shed on Friday… A new Terror has silently set in. It judges and blindly condemns anyone who is the victim of his intolerance. sometimes, unfortunately, the silence of some. This terror kills. It also decapitates indiscriminately.
I think of this professor, who died in the battle of teaching, accomplishing his mission with courage and conviction, that nothing should have led to such an end. If civilians today bear the scars of war, it is because our front line has been broken. We have in our ranks a fifth Islamist column whose existence I have denounced for more than ten years and which we must now eradicate.
“You don’t defend an attacked position with words
Education today is becoming an arc of tension, as Islamist leprosy has managed to eat away at new layers of our society. After books, newspapers, statues, we attack education. We want to destroy the matrix of transmission of knowledge in order to model on it retrograde and dogmatic precepts. One does not defend a position attacked with words, or one perishes like Saint-Augustine to Hippone.
With France Audacieuse, I call on all the mayors of France to mobilize, because the elected representatives of the territories have a front line role in this fight. Our in-depth knowledge of the field, associated with a clear vision of the threats allow unequaled efficiency. In the name of our values and the ties that unite us, whatever our origins, we must orchestrate the firm and definitive response that we have been waiting for so many years.
We must now stop talking and rescue our values
Finally, I ask for the establishment of a new concordat with our Muslim compatriots, to allow them to live in peace and also to fight the demons of fundamentalism, which in the end makes very little of each other’s religion. . S files, fundamentalist schools, hidden funding, preachers of hatred or sympathizers, savagery and outrages… We must now stop talking and bring help to our values.
Today, France is under attack, but as Jean Moulin rightly said: ‘I am sure of our imminent victory thanks to a burst of indignation from the world and the heroism of our soldiers’. Let’s be heroic! In Nice this year, we lit the sky with 86 beams in tribute to the victims of the July 14 attack. Next year, we’ll add one in remembrance of Professor Samuel Paty. I expect it to be the last. ”