Threatening letter addressed to a resident of Perpignan of African origin: what we know about the fascist-inspired movement that wrote the letter

Threatening letter addressed to a resident of Perpignan of African origin: what we know about the fascist-inspired movement that wrote the letter
Threatening letter addressed to a resident of Perpignan of African origin: what we know about the fascist-inspired movement that wrote the letter

You are no longer welcome today in Saint-Mathieu where we will be carrying out a merciless and virulent cleaning of the neighborhood from September onwards”… Who is behind the signatory of this letter received by La Poste on Wednesday, July 3, 2024 by a resident of one of the most disadvantaged neighborhoods in Perpignan? A message addressed in her own name to one of the Olympic flame bearers, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, who immediately announced that she was filing a complaint against its author. Who hides behind a double reference to the roots of fascism in France: French Popular Movement et Division Marcel Bucard de Perpignan. Lighting.

It is difficult at this stage to find a strict reference to a French Popular MovementThe logo used on the other hand – blue, white, red – refers directly to the French Popular Party founded in 1936. It was the main French political party of fascist inspiration, created by Jacques Doriot. This MP excluded from the Communist Party created an anti-communist party then slipped, thanks to events, towards a rapprochement with Nazi collaboration. The PPF was dissolved in February 1945. Today, no mention of this body exists in the Official Journal. Nor is a possible cell named Division Marcel Bucard de Perpignan.

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This surname is not unknown. The politician trained in the Action Française and passed through the short-lived Faisceau (1925-1928), a French political party referring to Italian fascism, former seminarian and Croix de Guerre, founded in 1933 the Francist movement, linked to Mussolini. Having joined the collaboration in 1941, he was tried at the Liberation and shot in 1946.

The references used by the author of the letter, who urges the resident of Perpignan to sell her property as quickly as possible “to a family of good French people“, are unambiguous. He himself links his approach to the current context of the legislative elections which placed the National Rally, at the end of the first round, in a position to lead France. The raven who advises his recipient to “prepare (his) departure for Africa” does not appear to belong to any recognized group, except for an old dissolved party. Everything therefore suggests that he could be an isolated individual.

The letter as it was addressed to a resident of Perpignan.
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