a banner from the Némésis collective “Foreign rapists outside” violently torn down by two men

a banner from the Némésis collective “Foreign rapists outside” violently torn down by two men
a banner from the Némésis collective “Foreign rapists outside” violently torn down by two men

The images made the rounds on social networks. Two activists from the feminist identity collective Némésis had a banner torn off on which the words “Foreign rapists outside” was indicated this Sunday, May 19. The two women were demonstrating on the sidelines of the Cirques et fanfares festival, in Dole, in Franche-Comté.

On a video broadcast by Yona Faedda, the spokesperson for the collective, we see the two women, standing on a bridge with blue smoke bombs, lifting a banner, before being questioned by a man who confiscates it from them.

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Then, when the activists return, this time brandishing signs, two other individuals jump out to do the same, with brutal gestures. The two men also snatch signs from the hands of young identity activists. ” Very brave “, quipped Anaïs on the social network, spokesperson for Némésis and also present at the time of the events.

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“They’re fascists!” »

Jean-Christophe Delbende, secretary of the PCF section of Besançon, was one of them. Asked by THE Progresshe explained having shouted: “They’re fascists!” » “I will never allow hatred of others to establish itself in our society; our human and republican values ​​depend on it! » he also told the newspaper. To which Alice Cordier, director of Némésis, responded by asserting on “Leftism is a mental illness”.

At the beginning of April, an activist from the collective was placed in police custody for holding up signs in Besançon with the same slogan: “Foreign rapists out.” The city’s environmentalist mayor had filed a complaint, accusing the movement of“fueling hatred against migrants”.

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