At the march against anti-Semitism in Paris, the entire extreme right is present
For this march against anti-Semitism, the entire extreme right, Zemmourian and Lepénist, met at Salvador-Allende Square. “We will perhaps be able to have a joint procession, Marine, Eric, Jordan and Marion”laughs young Stanislas Rigault, member of the executive board of Reconquête!.
Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella, with closed faces, arrive on conquered territory; around twenty elected officials, girded with their scarves, and as many parliamentary attachés await them.
Drowned behind a wall of cameras and protected by the security service of the National Rally, the leader of the far right brushes aside the controversies linked to her arrival, as the “Marine, president!” “, launched by an activist. ” It is not the moment “, she replies. A week after he considered that Jean-Marie Le Pen was not anti-Semitic, before partially retracting, Mr. Bardella remains tight-lipped. The duo advances, their followers following them, towards the Esplanade des Invalides.
After a few steps, they found themselves facing around fifty young people who shouted “ Jews, “worship” and angry! » Or “And we are not far-right! “, to a traditional Jewish tune Evenou Shalom Aleichem. Quickly protected by a police cordon, Marine Le Pen does not flinch.
The Golem collective was organized on Saturday around left-wing and anti-fascist Jewish activists. “The Golem is an organ of protection of the Jewish community, it is there to protect against all anti-Semitism”comments Arié Alimi, lawyer specializing in the fight against police violence and member of the collective. “We have seen the evolution in the community, fueled by a certain number of Jewish personalities. We are here to warn against this semantic reversal. »
The action was quickly aborted, with the police pushing the activists towards the eastern corner of the esplanade. They are awaited there by around ten Betar activists, masked and waving Israeli flags. Despite the latter’s desire to fight, no blows are exchanged. In the center of the esplanade, Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella remain static, forming a line with around fifty members of their troops.