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"Marine Le Pen’s ‘copy and paste’ rhetoric" - Cécile Alduy in "Politico"

Long after his death, Jean-Marie Le Pen’s words will continue to echo in his daughter’s voice.

He won’t be ousted, but he will be silenced.

At least that’s what many members of the French National Front (FN) hope will happen to Jean-Marie Le Pen next week, when the executive board of the party he himself founded in 1972 is to decide on disciplinary action for his latest inflammatory remark — his declaration that the Holocaust was “a detail” of history.

Égalité? What "Equality" Means for the Inegalitarian National Front

"Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" reads every school front, public building or city hall in France. Where does the National Front stand on equality?
Jean-Marie Le Pen caused an uproar when he proclaimed in 1996 " I believe that races are unequal." For her part, Marine Le Pen professes to embrace a strict republican tenet, proclaiming that all citizens are equal regardless of origin, religion or sex, yet her agenda, like that of her father before her, proposes discriminary measures to bar immigrants from social and economic rights.
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