The posters and banner all bore the identify of a far-right extremist crew. The two males conserving the banner additionally waved lit flares.
- Associated Press
- Last Updated: July 25, 2020, 11:39 PM IST
France’s internal minister vowed Saturday to combat “hateful ideology” after far-right extremists posted footage of a protest out of doors the workplaces of a Black lawmaker. The lawmaker, Sira Sylla, tweeted a photograph of the small demonstration in conjunction with the phrases “You will never affect me.” The picture confirmed 5 white males conserving placards and a banner that learn: “Help the French, not the Africans.”
The posters and banner all bore the identify of a far-right extremist crew. The two males conserving the banner additionally waved lit flares. Sylla, a attorney from the Normandy the town of Rouen, the place she used to be born, is a member of French President Emmanuel Macron’s Republic at the Move! birthday party.
In her tweet, she mentioned she used to be “more determined than ever!” Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin tweeted his make stronger and described the focused on of Sylla as “vile.” He mentioned France may not “cede an iota to the hateful ideology of these extremist groups.” The identical picture and two others love it have been posted on a Telegram channel apparently arrange by means of a Normandy wing of the anti-immigration far-right crew.
A posting at the channel mentioned the militants’ protest on the lawmaker’s place of job within the outskirts of Rouen used to be “to remind her of the need for priorities: help the French!”