• Title English : France forbidden
• Author : Laurent Obertone
• Publisher : Ring (September 27, 2018)
• ASIN : B07C5K541N
• ISBN-13 : 979-1091447812
• Format Kindle : PDF, Ebook, and Epub
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 6/10
♦ Description : “SURVEY ON A TABOU SUBJECT: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A NATION.
“Immigration is a chance for France.” This is what we have been repeating for decades. Chirac, Sarkozy, Holland and Macron all said this sentence. And if we checked? For the first time, Laurent Obertone did it. Spraying the greatest of French taboos, he reveals the figures of immigration, all the figures, details the causes, the extent, the evolution, and the consequences. Uncompromisingly, it answers the question we all ask ourselves: has immigration really made our country more prosperous, more competent, happier, more civic and safer?
The French have the right to know. Beyond the political divisions, they have the right to know if this France that one claims better and inescapable has a future, and if they will be part of it. They have the right to demand a transparent record of this “living together”, rather than suffer the perpetual apology, rather than being ignored, despised, criminalized in their anxieties.
This assessment, here it is finally. After the bestsellers to more than 300 000 readers France Orange Mechanical and France Big Brother, Laurent Obertone puts an end to its trilogy of investigations, and brings with France Forbidden its major investigation, the most complete and the most expected never conducted on the hot topic of immigration.”
“Laurent Obertone is a journalist graduated from the Lille School. After working for a French weekly, he devoted himself to the writing of “La France orange mécanique”. His second book, “Utøya”, is dedicated to Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right Norwegian terrorist responsible for the July 22, 2011 terrorist attacks that killed 77 people. Philippe Muray’s heir, much appreciated by the FN, is considered by Michel Houellebecq as one of the great signatures of tomorrow. Born in 1984, journalist and writer, Laurent Obertone graduated from the Lille School of Journalism, History and Anthropology. He is the author of the masterpiece Utøya (Ring, 2013) and La France Big Brother (Ring, 2015).”