The France 2030 investment plan, presented on Tuesday by Emmanuel Macron, is “rather France 1970, it is the return of Giscard from” Estaing “, tackled the presidential candidate Yannick Jadot this Wednesday, October 13. Â € œWe have both the nuclear reactors that we want us to believe is the great modernity, we have the green plane as we had the sniffer planes. It’s mostly a sprinkling plan, a plan without a compass that will give lobbies a lot of money, ”he said in the“ Les four truths ”on France 2.
He regretted that the government had given “billions and billions to the auto industry”, without “any conditionality” to “relocate part of the industrial sites” ” in France. Likewise he denounced the fact that “the government is blocking the retrofit”, which consists in extracting the heat engine of a used car to install another electric one. , “Because it doesn’t suit the automakers.” “We are on an industrial policy which is only the financing of lobbies”, he added, estimating that “this plan was made by a com agency ‘or an American consulting firm’.
“On agriculture, this is a video game he offers,” he continued, with “drones, more chemistry, more robot, but it is not what the French expect “, he criticized, deploring that there is” “” nothing about energy insecurity, nothing about insulation ”. “The issue is to invest in the isolation of our buildings, renewable energies”, assured the candidate for environmental protection, who proposes to leave nuclear power in 20 years.
“As and when we will save energy and we will have electricity from renewable energies , we’re going to shut down the most dangerous actors. If it takes 20 years all the better, if it takes 25 years there is no problem, ”he said. But “in less than ten years, I don’t know how it’s done”.
He also called for “a start” in the face of “the debates” which rise on “the primacy of European law, that is the debate of Poland, taken up by Le Pen, Zemmour and unfortunately Montebourg now, and the question of migration ”. “This is the same totally rancid and nauseating debate that took place in Britain before Brexit”.