Éric Zemmour, François-Xavier Bellamy and Thierry Mariani will discuss at the Cirque d’Hiver, on September 30, during a debate organized at the initiative of the media Livre noir.
This is an appointment that will make people talk. All the rights have been invited to meet on stage to discuss a theme that can obviously bring them together: immigration. The date is already set: September 30. The place too. It will be at the Cirque d’Hiver, in Paris, with its 1600 seats. The organizer is a young media, Black Book, which made itself known during the 2022 presidential election by offering long interviews on his YouTube channel.
Erik Tegner, its founder, now has big plans. After a short adventure with Regis Le Sommier and his media, Omerta, the former activist Les Républicains wants to relaunch his internet channel. He wants to develop it by first launching a quarterly magazine, logically called the Black Book.
To help him, Erik Tegnér has gathered around him a strategic committee, made up of a few heavyweights. First of all, there is Xavier Driencourt, the former Algerian ambador, whose grandstand in Le Figaro on the 1968 treaty between France…