Alain Finkielkraut was the big guest of 7/9 on France Inter, this Wednesday, the opportunity for the academician to come and promote his new book, AprÃ¨s la littÃ © Erature, published in the Stock edition. Nicolas Demorand and LÃ © a SalamÃ ©, the two journalists in charge, asked him questions about his book, of course, but also about the company and the news, the opportunity for the septuagenarian to expose his ideas, considered by many, conservative.
Because his new book, in line with his predecessors such as Lâ ???? identitÃ © unhappeuse or La Seule Accuracy, describes a society in which the writer does not He recognizes himself more, “a world that is becoming ugly”, he assures us.
Alain Finkielkraut: “The French language was forged by literature, and where are we today with neo-feminists and environmentalists? inclusive writing! ” # le79inter pic.twitter.com/1sOLfWETii
For him and as such, “the French language was forged by literature, and where are we today with the neo-feminists and environmentalists? TO?? inclusive writing! ”he moved, before resuming,“ you have a squad of comedians at France Inter, why not? Do they not point out this grotesque invention? ”.
Another subject on which the writer in his thirties has spread, feminism. “If a married woman is expecting a child, and the husband wants to keep it but she doesn’t, she has the last word: that means that patriarchy no longer exists” he asserts.
Alain Finkielkraut: “If a married woman is expecting a child and the husband wants to keep it but she doesn’t, she has the last word: that means that patriarchy no longer exists” # le79inter pic .twitter.com / VRuHTKIDE6
“Besides, the proof is the way in which the patriarchal order is invoked, to attack now, not for more equality. but to tackle the conquest of civilization now, ”he assumes.
Alain Finkielkraut continues, under the puzzled eyes of LÃ © a SalamÃ ©, “We explain to you, in the wake of MeToo, which institutes trials outside the court, that the presumption of dâ ??? “innocence is an insult to the victims and is said to be the vestige of the patriarchal order”.
At the very end of the program, the academician was confronted with a listener outraged by her presence on the air.
Alain Finkielkraut responds to a listener indignant at his presence on the air: “This speech is extremely revealing of the climate which currently reigns […] democracy itself is the bearer of totalitarian tendencies “# le79inter pic.twitter.com/9roKtT1mHo