According to Henri Guaino, “civil war can happen in France”.
Posted on 1.6.2022 by Emmanuelle Bourdy
Henry Guaino. (BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images)
Nicolas Sarkozy’s former special adviser, Henry Guainoreacted on CNews about the overflows that occurred near the stadium of France for the final of the Champions League, this Saturday, May 28. According to him, this type of phenomenon reflects “the symptom of a very deep malaise in our societies”.
The former special adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy, Henri Guaino, returned to the incidents which shook the surroundings of the Stade de France, on the sidelines of the Champions League final. He spoke at the microphone of CNews this Sunday, May 29, when he was the guest of the Big Meetingpresented by Sonia Mabrouk.
“What happened to past generations can happen again”
According to the former LR deputy for Yvelines, “what happened to past generations can happen again”. He further stated: ” The war civil, it happened in the past, and can happen to us! » Henri Guaino recalled that it was not the first time “that Western society was going through a deep malaise”.
“The West, which is always quick to give lessons to the whole world, today gives the image of societies which are fractured and which can no longer manage the violence which is mounting”, again stipulated the former adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy on May 29. And for him, it reflects “the symptom of a very deep malaise in our societies”.
“Greatly divided societies always try to reunite through violence”
He also denounced a “disaggregation of the whole framework of principles, values, common imagination that allows us to live together”. He observes that these companies – which “opened up recklessly, without precautions, to globalization” – are “very divided”and always try “to reunite in violence”.
This Saturday, May 28 at the Stade de France, while the match opposed Liverpool to Real Madrid, robberies and assaults occurred during the evening. Bertrand Latour, journalist from The Teamwas notably attacked by Liverpool supporters. “I was leaving the RER D to reach the Stade de France when a Frenchman told drunk Liverpool supporters that I was a ‘pro-Madrid’ journalist, which I obviously am not”indicated Bertrand Latour, as related The Team. The journalist escaped with a gash in the cheekbone.
In total, sixty-eight people were arrested this Saturday evening. In addition, thirty-nine were taken into custody. The politicians underlined the lack of organization of the prefecture, pointing to the numerous crimes.