“He despises women”: Emmanuel Macron tackled by a famous actress

“He despises women”: Emmanuel Macron tackled by a famous actress
“He despises women”: Emmanuel Macron tackled by a famous actress

His speech had caused so much talk. Guest on the show C à vous, a few months ago, Emmanuel Macron was questioned about the accusations of rape and sexual assault against Gérard Depardieu. And the head of state had denounced “one thing you’ll never see me in is manhunts. I hate that “.

But for many women and feminist associations, these words defended Gérard Depardieu and pushed victims of sexual violence a little deeper. A point of view shared Isild Le Besco, actress and director who confides in a book Say true, and describes the sexual violence present in the 7th Art.

Isils Le Besco on the subject of Emmanuel Macron: “For him to lie to this extent…”

Questioned by our colleagues from BFMTV, the filmmaker is not kind to Emmanuel Macron: “Emmanuel Macron has probably never experienced difficult things for him to lie to this extent to himself and to all of . What he says is false. How can he regard women by saying and acting the way he does?” asks the actress.

“When we see (that) a woman (raped) is not considered, that justice dismisses this, (…) I find it absolutely crazy. (Macron) despises women to the core. Otherwise, he would have another speech. He would take a minimum of things to heart”. According to him, the head of state makes statements full of hypocrisy. “On the one hand, he tells women to rearm France and on the other, all complaints are closed without further action. It’s absolutely ambivalent.”

The actress denounces the hypocrisy of the President of the Republic

Isild Le Besco, who denounced the acts of violence of which she was a victim, is very bitter about the terrible observation she makes: “A man can rape, he can hit a woman, he can crush her. We are in this society.”

Very harsh words but which have already been spoken by so many women, actresses but also doctors and medical interns, who have decided to break the silence on the violence of which they are victims every day. #MeToo in the cinema, it is in the hospital that some women manage to confide and denounce what they experience on a daily basis.

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