The mayor of Hayange: "coming from a family of 'pieds noirs', I am always reminded that Algeria owes everything to France"

On March 30 Fabien Engelmann of the Front National was elected mayor of Hayange, a small industrial city in northeastern France, near Luxembourg. Engelmann is  a former leftist who realized the dangers of immigration and Islam.

In this article here attacks Algeria and Algerian immigrants: “coming from a family of ‘pieds noirs’, I am always reminded that Algeria owes everything to France.”

Fabien Engelmann tricolorAccording to Engelmann, before colonization Algeria was “nothing but a desert without a definite people. And today, some of them still find a way of coming to our country begging for more generosity, to this France that they hate and that they spit on. They blame us for a colonization that enriched them and in which they ought to have prospered if they had taken the trouble.”