Darmanin is a man in a hurry. The watch is playing against him and he knows it. He must exist at all costs. By affixing with fist his mark of firm and virile statesman, he wants to join the tough club. With his gaze turned to the far right, he invented a new concept for himself, “separatism”. But before talking about the substance of the proposed law, Aurore Bergé appears with (once again) the question of the veil. A great way to create a diversion on the content of the law, which claims to fight against Islamist radicalism. Without ever questioning the failings of its Middle Eastern diplomacy, the government claims to defend the interests of France and its workers but continues to destroy their jobs. Without ever redefining his Middle-Eastern policy, in particular towards the Saudi kingdom (which, as Kamel Daoud says, is a successful Daesh), and putting firm diplomacy back on track where ethics would find its rightful place, he made the point. beautiful to Dassault and other arms dealers of all caliber.