VIDEO. “The Souchien will never accept you”: journalist Karim Rissouli reveals the anonymous racist letter received at his home

VIDEO. “The Souchien will never accept you”: journalist Karim Rissouli reveals the anonymous racist letter received at his home

Karim Rissouli a reçu une lettre raciste directement à son domicile. MAXPPP – CHRISTOPHE MORIN

France 5 journalist Karim Rissouli received an anonymous letter at home, which explains that the RN vote is motivated by racism. He revealed it and received wide support.

Particularly violent words. Karim Rissouli received an anonymous letter, which seems to want to explain to him the real motivations behind the big score obtained by the National Rally during the Europeans on June 9.

In addition to the racist content, the journalist, who chose to share the content of the missive, is concerned about the information circulating about him. "Received this morning at my home. Not at work. Not on the networks. At home", he writes.

"Full the ass of all the little ones"

If he is used to receiving letters at the office, or even threats on social networks, the fact that the letter reaches his private sphere is now more worrying. It evokes a "higher violence". "I came home and found this mail at home, which had been posted from somewhere in France but I don't know where from", explains Karim Rissouli to the media Brut.

In the letter, the anonymous writer writes: "You haven’not understood the vote of June 9. It’s not purchasing power, it’s not retirement at 60, it’s not the privatization of Radio France. The one and only fundamental reason for the RN vote is that the historic French people are fed up with all the idiots. The rest is bla-bla.

The letter adds that its guests "Islamo-lefties" will not change anything. "Le Souchien will never accept you or your brothers and even despite the numbers, you will never control France".

"Racism is not an opinion, it’s a crime"

In addition to the violence of the remarks and the violation of his privacy by receiving such a letter at home, Karim Rissouli also wishes to warn of the fact that racism is becoming commonplace. He has suffered it, like thousands of people, since he was little. "And this letter awakened these scars in me, which never really healed and which feel thousands, hundreds of thousands or even millions of people.

The opportunity for him to remind us, a few days before the first round, that whatever party we vote for, "racism is is not an opinion, it is a crime.

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