One of the biggest magazines in France named the three “most racist” people in France. To everyone’s surprise, they did not name three French gentiles. They named one Frenchman, a Caribbean immigrant, and a Jewish man.
The first is Alain Soral was a member of the French Communist Party in the 90s. He joined the right-wing National Front in 2005 and was on the central committee from 2007 to 2009. He left the party in 2009. Today he is a film maker and an essayist advocates for traditional gender roles and against materialism.
His inclusion on the list appears to stem from his criticism of Jews for their role in the entertainment industry and pop culture, and criticism of the “gay pride” and feminist “movements.”
The second person is black comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, commonly known as “Dieudonné.” He is a Mulatto, who’s father was from Cameroon. He is the man who started the “quanelle” gesture. He supposedly first used the gesture in a way that it had an anti-Israel meaning. Since then, it has become a popular gesture among the African immigrant communities in France. Several professional athletes, including an Afro-French player for the Spurs, have been attacked by the media for using it.
Some US media has falsely called the gesture “right-wing” and don’t even mention that the people using it are black.
The third person is Éric Zemmour. He is the son of Sephardic Jews who moved from Algeria to France during the Algerian War. He is a conservative journalist who has written about racial differences and the problems caused by immigration.
The left-wing in France appears to target him extra hard because he is Jewish. He is seen as a sort of race traitor by the French left.