Éric Zemmour, the French philosopher and essayist, has once again found himself the target of the ethics committee of Canal + Group, which is the network owner of CNews, for comments he recently made about so-called ‘unaccompanied minors’ during one of his frequent appearances onthe channel.
Five members of the ethics committee will speak with Christine Kelly, a French journalist who’s often featured on the same programs as Zemmour as well as CNews chief Serge Nedjar andseveral magistratesto determine whether additional airtime will be granted to the writer and polemicist.
The review of Zemmour’s place on the CNews program as well as an investigation opened by the Paris prosecutor’s office for “incitement of racial hatred” and “racist public insults” come just days after the right-wing thinkerwas fined $10,000 euros for allegedly ‘inciting religious hatred’ during a speech he gave last September on Islam and migration.
This time, Zemmour, as he…
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