During a TV debate, Philippe de Villiers, a right-wing politician and founder of the successful medieval park “Puy-du-Fou,” explained what his brother said to none other than thge President of France, Emmanuel Macron.
Phillippe de Villier’s brother is General Pierre de Villiers, and from 2014 to 2017 he was Chief of the General Staff headquarters of the Armies (or to put it simply, he was in charge of the French army), until Macron forced him to resign.
According to Le Point magazine, during a pre-taped interview for a TV debate that aired on November 3, when Philippe de Villiers was asked about the “reality of France’s political situation”, the politician dropped a bombshell that echoes what Gerard Collomb told in an interview to news outlet Valeurs Actuelles that was published here last week.
“If suburbs riot, we are not capable to face them, we don’t have the means to, we don’t have the men”, the chief of army told Macron, according to Phillippe de Villiers.
These statements come just two days after a “purge against the Police” took place in several major French cities, where policemen were targeted by rioters.
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