The “centrist” politician in the race to be France’s next President wants to flood England with thousands of muslim rapefugees.
He’s going to renegotiate the border treaty with Britain and potentially move thousands of muslims into the country by force of the renegotiated treaty.
Emmanuel Macron, the favourite in the race to become the next French president, has suggested that he would want to renegotiate an agreement that allows British border police to operate in Calais.
The centrist politician, who will go head to head against Marine Le Penin the final round of the election on 7 May, said: “I want to put the Le Touquet border deal back on the table. It must be renegotiated, especially the parts that deal with the fate of isolated child migrants.”
In an interview with the French TV channel TF1, he added: “There is no easy solution to the migrant crisis. If there was one, it would have been found.”
The politician previously raised the issue when he was economy minister, suggesting that his country could tear up the treaty if the UK left the EU.
His comments, which then raised the possibility of migrant camps springing up in the UK, were dismissed by other French government ministers.
A Conservative spokesman said: “This just shows that we need the strong and stable leadership of Theresa May, and why voters need to give her the best possible hand to negotiate in Europe.