Bernard-Henri Lévy made a funny confidence on the BFMTV set this Friday, March 18. The philosopher, who left for Ukraine for a few days, said he tagged the French motto on a barricade in the city of Odessa.
Returning from a stay in Ukraine where the Russian invasion continues, the philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy boasted on the set of BFMTV this Friday, March 18, to have inscribed with the French Republican motto “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”, on a barricade in the city of Odessa, transformed into a fortress. One “political gesture” on his terms, but was quickly mocked on social media.
“I saw a city in a state of sadness, desolation and incredible heroism” declared Bernard-Henri Lévy on the continuous news channel, while ensuring that Vladimir Poutine would already have “lost this war”. But the media writer has not failed to be derided by Internet users who have had a field day. “Alert: Following Bernard-Henri Lévy’s tag, Putin announces the end of the war and the withdrawal of his troops. He would have added: ‘If I would have known, I would not have come'”, for example, wrote one of them on Twitter. The journalist Estelle Denis she also cracked a little ironic tweet: “Aspen Vladimir!”, she commented
BHL mocked by politicians
But the act of the husband of Arielle Dombasle also reacted on the side of the political class. The president of the Patriots, Florian Philippot, denounced his hypocrisy and irresponsibilityevoking “the number of dramas for which he is responsible in recent decades”. Alexis Villepelet, member of Nicolas Dupont-Aignan’s team, for his part mocked the one who “hands down his title of navel-gazing world champion”.
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