France Inter: Charline Vanhoenacker dedicates her show to Guillaume Meurice, a comedian resigns live

France Inter: Charline Vanhoenacker dedicates her show to Guillaume Meurice, a comedian resigns live
France Inter: Charline Vanhoenacker dedicates her show to Guillaume Meurice, a comedian resigns live

Meurice, whose usual place in the studio was symbolically left empty, “is not allowed to be with us tonight, Inter sent him to boarding school to get him back on the straight and narrow“, quipped Charline Vanhoenacker at the start of his show. “Some of you are wondering why we are not on strike. We are specialists in strikes, we have done them all for ten years and we know the rules: five days’ notice to Radio France. You wouldn’t want us to become outlaws as well?“, she added.

As the far right has decided to silence us this evening, we are not going to let them have this pleasure“, continued the host, reserving several barbs for the public group. “I reassure our managers at Radio France, this column was reread by a lawyer because, as I feel that HR (human resources, editor’s note) is very busy firing colleagues, I am saving them unnecessary meetings“.”By spending more time in HR and the PJ (judicial police) than writing jokes, we will end up agreeing with people who say that public money is poorly spent.“, she said.

When it comes to freedom of expression, even if we have to take the field on one leg and blindfolded, we’re going to play it this match” declares Charline Vanhoenacker

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