Church bells fall silent as mass Muslim immigration destroys the soul of France
Brigitte Bardot sees Marine Le Pen as a modern-day Joan of Arc and urges her fellow citizens not to vote for the guy with the “cold, steel eyes.”
The French movie icon and animal rights activist also lamented Macron’s contempt for animals, who will have no rights if he’s elected president on May 7.
“The contempt he gives to animal suffering can be seen in the total lack of empathy reflected in the coldness of his steel eyes,” she said in an interview with Le Figaro.
“He takes the side of animal breeders and hunters against animal rights associations that are fighting with the lobbies that have power over this candidate.”
A supporter of Le Pen’s opposition to mass migration, Bardot said: “I am very patriotic. I was raised by a father and a grandfather who fought for France and instilled in me a love of my homeland. But I am not proud of what France is today. I’m not a ‘facho’ [fascist], any more than Marine Le Pen is.”
The 82-year-old free speech advocate has been tried five times for “inciting racial hatred,” notably for criticizing mass Muslim immigration. She was convicted once for “decrying the loss of French identity and tradition due to the multiplication of mosques while our church bells fall silent for want of priests.”