” I’ve had it up to here “. The deputy president of the LREM group, Aurore Bergé, confirmed this Wednesday morning her intention to file a complaint against the professor of philosophy René Chiche, who compared the vaccination pass to the discrimination established by the statute of Jews of 1940, voted under Vichy.
“Dare to compare the implementation of the vaccine pass, that is to say the possibility of better protecting the French, with a discriminatory status based on the religion of certain French people who sent tens of thousands of French Jews to death , I find that it is deeply unworthy ”, denounced this Wednesday the deputy of Yvelines on France 2.
She confirmed her intention to file a complaint against the professor of philosophy René Chiche, who used this comparison on Twitter to attack the deputies who will vote the transformation of the health pass into a vaccination pass, while the bill arrives this afternoon in commission to the National Assembly.
“I’m fed up, morning, noon and night, of being called nazi or from collabo, only because we have a vaccine that is made available to all French people and we ask the French first to protect themselves and also to show solidarity, fraternity towards vis-à-vis those who are fragile and who may in the future need this collective immunity, ”explained the deputy.
“I will undoubtedly arouse the cries of the ban and the backbench of Covidiots and other weak-minded people but I do not care: the deputies who will vote for the vaccination pass are in my eyes the worthy heirs of those who voted for the statute of the Jews. Loose badges, ”René Chiche was carried away on Twitter on Monday. Adding, the next day, that the vaccination pass “has no health justification” while being “contrary to all the principles of the Republic. Those who decided it are fascists. Those who approve of it are fascists. Those who will apply it are fascists ”. Since then, faced with the controversy raised by his remarks, he has continued to defend on social networks that the upcoming bill is “the most discriminatory law that France has known since the statute of the Jews”.
In the morning, the professor of philosophy responded to the deputy with a vibrant “strongly the trial”, which will allow him to express his version against this “shameful reading” of his tweet.