Manon Fossat 8:29 a.m., December 14, 2021

Guest of Sonia Mabrouk on Europe Matin Tuesday, the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut estimated that France "has a fascist obsession" and "is completely wrong". 

History invites itself into the presidential campaign, and many candidates refer to it each in their own way.

Guest on Europe Matin Tuesday, the philosopher and essayist Alain Finkielkraut estimated that France "has an anti-fascist obsession" and "is completely wrong".

"This anti-fascist obsession tells us today that it is absurd to think it was better before. It criminalizes nostalgia as things get worse and it also says 'diversity is our lot'", he estimated.

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