Emile’s Disappearance: Unveiling Bernard Antony’s Ties

After the disappearance of little Emile, two and a half years old, at Vernet on July 8, 2023, questions about the entourage of the child’s family persist. His father is said to be linked to Chrétien Solidarité and its founder, Bernard Antony, a far-right politician who denies any accusation of sectarianism.

A group surrounded by mystery. Christianity Solidarity is the politico-religious movement created by Bernard Antony, close to the family of little Emile, who died on July 8 at Le Vernet.

At the origin of these questions about the actions of Emile’s family and the importance of these ideas linked to Christianity and the extreme right in their mores, the fact that Emile’s father is a member of the movement, and the grandfather his treasurer.

Who is Bernard Antony?

The founder of Christianity Solidarity is Bernard Antony. He was part of the National Front and now leads Agrif, the General Alliance against Racism and Respect for French and Christian Identity, dismissed in 2017 “for an action based on provocation to hatred”, recalls the Paris Court of Appeal.

Born in Tarbes, this former politician taught at the University of Toulouse and became a true figure of traditionalist Catholic sensibility among nationalists in France. Aged 78, he directs the magazine Reconquête and recently mentioned Nazism on his personal blog, arguing that according to him, unlike communism, he no longer kills.

According to Bernard Antony, whether the “little one is Catholic or not, close to our ideas or not, it doesn’t matter, it affects us all”. For him, the movement has nothing of a sect and those close to Emile have everything of an ordinary family, regardless of their religious beliefs.

Solidarity Christianity activities

The organization Christianity Solidarity, on its website, claims to fight against “Islamism, anti-human inversions and all the extreme left”. Its dogma, “God, family, fatherland”, claims a vision and a practice of religion, not “revanchist” and “non-aggressive”, advocating different values linked to the extreme right.

If he does not fail to praise the family of the little boy, Bernard Antony is much more closed when it comes to evoking sectarian excesses in the family, a theory to which many people have adhered. “They are Christians, period. They are not part of a sect”, he decides.

This article is originally published on midilibre.fr


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