Tuesday, January 25

“To the unvaccinated, I really want to screw them to the end”


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Emmanuel Macron he claims to be willing to “fuck the anti-vaccines”, until the end, confronting with a lot of verbal verve an ultra and minority movement that has become a very attractive political market for extremists from the left and right, whose leaders have begun to grow electorally denouncing the “Nazi health dictatorship” and the “liberticide” of the French Government.

“I am not here to annoy the French,” he warns in an interview with the newspaper Le Parisien and published yesterday to later say: “To the unvaccinated, I really want to annoy them. And that is what we will continue to do until the end. This is the strategy. Of course, the French president denies that he is going to “put them in jail”, but he does “no longer be able to go to a restaurant or the theater or the cinema or have a coffee,” he adds.

In the interview, Macron argues that «in a democracy, the worst enemies are lies and stupidity. We put pressure on the unvaccinated by limiting for them, as far as possible, access to social life activities. In addition, 90% of the population has joined, it is a very small minority that resists, “he asserts.

In France, it is estimated that between 15% and 16% of the 67 million inhabitants reject the Covid vaccination: an electoral strip of five to seven million voters, to be conquered. Between the end of July and the beginning of November, between 50,000 and 200,000 protesters they protested every weekend against Macron’s “Nazi health” policy, whom they liken to Hitler persecuting Jews. In many demonstrations, the anti-vaccines asked for the guillotine for the president.

Four extreme right-wing political groups were the first to lead the anti-vaccine movement, led by Florian Philippot (former Marine Le Pen number two), Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (apocalyptic ultra-nationalist), Jean Lassalle (former centrist turned fundamentalist of the rurality) and François Asselineau (ultra-conservative apocalyptic). The four are today candidates for the presidential election, adding, in total, between 5 and 6% of voting intentions. A ridiculous sum, but precious when the first round of the presidential election in April is played in a handkerchief of 2 to 4% of the votes for all of Macron’s rivals.

After the modest street success of the anti-vaccines, the far left (Jean-Luc Mélenchon), the extreme right (Marine Le Pen and Éric Zemmour) and the traditional right (Valérie Pécresse) began to support the anti-vaccines. With relative success.

A threat

The unofficial start of the presidential campaign, at the beginning of the year, has coincided with a vertiginous spread of the virus: between 200,000 and 300,000 new infections daily. 63% of people admitted to intensive care are not vaccinated, when vaccinated people only represent 31%. This is an overwhelming reality, as such recognized by more than 60% of the French and by the entire scientific community: the unvaccinated, the anti-vaccine movement, has become a national threat to the whole of French society.

The Macron government decided to opt, in its day, for the freedom of vaccination, trying to impose some basic rules: requirements of the vaccination certificate to be able to enter cinemas, restaurants, theaters, auditoriums. Starting in the middle or end of the month, the government could decide new restrictions for the unvaccinated.

Faced with this dilemma, Macron told the newspaper “Le Parisien”: “The great moral fault of the anti-vaccines is to undermine what is most solid in the nation. When my freedom is a threat to others, I become irresponsible. And an irresponsible person is not a citizen. Hence I want to screw the anti vaccines, to the end. Macron uses the word “emmerder” which can be finely translated as “annoy” or “annoy”; although it may be more realistic to translate it as “hump” or “fuck.”

That statement, in very popular language, automatically caused a storm in the dirty water pool of electoral politics.

The Macronian “emmerder”, translated as “annoy” or “fuck”, no matter what, launches the first great presidential battle, dominated by the apocalyptic anti-vaccine.

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