“Our society has been far too permeable to currents of thought. What is called Islamo-leftism is wreaking havoc,” the minister said on Europe 1 Thursday morning.
In particular, he targeted the student union UNEF, as well as rebellious France. The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, denounced Thursday, October 22 “Islamo-leftism” who “wreaks havoc on the university”, during an interview with Europe 1.
“Our society has been far too permeable to currents of thought. What we call Islamo-leftism is taking its toll,” said Jean-Michel Blanquer. “It wreaks havoc at the university, it wreaks havoc when the UNEF gives in to this type of thing, it wreaks havoc when in the ranks of France Insoumise, you have people who are of that current and are displayed as such. “
These people favor an ideology which then, from time to time, leads to the worst.to Europe 1
Calling for “fight fanaticism”, the Minister of National Education pointed out all forms of “intellectual complicity” crimes such as the assassination of Professor Samuel Paty, killed near his college in Conflans Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines) for showing caricatures of Mahomet.
These comments follow a political escalation since the attack on Friday. The Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, sparked a controversy on Tuesday, saying to himself “shocked” by sight of the rays “community” supermarkets.