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The French government has declared war on “voicism” imported from the US, with the education minister warning that left-wing ideology contributed to the rise of former US President Trump.

“NS [French] The republic is completely the opposite of rationalism,” French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blancar said in a Interview Last week with Le Monde, according to a translation politician. “In the United States, this ideology provoked a backlash and led to the rise of Donald Trump.


France rejects American ‘awake’ culture which is ‘racist’ country

“France and its youth will have to avoid this,” he said.

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Blanker is leading a new government think-tank, Le Laboratoire de la République, tasked with promoting the French brand of secularism and rejecting the Awakening ideology – an extreme form of political correctness that denounces social injustice, particularly focuses on racism.

French secularism, on the other hand, transcends race, gender and religion and is truly egalitarian, Politico reported.

“Our country has become the target of the awakening movement,” Pierre Valentin, an expert at the think tank, said at its launch last week. “If there was a vaccine against the Wok virus, it would have been French and the leaders of the movement would have known.”

“We are getting alert signals from university staff telling us that money is being directed toward a certain number of principles,” MP Auror Burge, MP, told Politico. “Here it looks like [freedom of] Thought is being limited to a vision that is not ours.”

French President Emmanuel Macron is running for re-election in April, and conservative commentator Eric Zemour has been projected as a potential anti-establishment opponent in the race, although he has not officially announced his candidacy. Zemour has compared himself to Trump.

Macron, who has been criticized by French progressives, told Elle magazine last summer that the awakening culture was “racializing” French society, Zenger News. informed of earlier this month.

“I see our society becoming increasingly racialized,” he said at the time.

Several members of her government have also shared opposing views, including Elisabeth Moreno, the French Minister of Representative for Gender Equality and Diversity.

“‘Awake’ culture is something very dangerous, and we should not bring it to France,” she said. bloomberg news in May.

Granthshala News’ Louis Cassiano contributed to this report.