Jean-Francois Cope - Quotes

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I invite everyone to chose forgiveness rather than division, teamwork over personal ambition.

I invite everyone to chose forgiveness rather than division, teamwork over personal ambition.

There has been a banking crisis, a financial crisis, an economic crisis, a social crisis, a geostrategic crisis and an environmental crisis. That's considerable in a country that's used to being protected. ---->>>

If you meet a woman in a burqa, she can't reply to your smile. It's a denial of identity. ---->>>

There are a certain number of extreme behaviours led by fundamentalists who are using their religion for political ends and use extremist techniques. ---->>>

People are afraid of everything. ---->>>

There is no winner or loser - just one family, the U.M.P. The time for internal squabbles is behind us. ---->>>

I know I'm breaking a taboo by using the term antiwhite racism, but I do so intentionally, because it's the reality some of our fellow citizens live with, and remaining quiet about it only aggravates their trauma. ---->>>

I have a thought for Nicolas Sarkozy, you know my loyalty on his account, but I profess it too for Jacques Chirac. ---->>>

Antiwhite racism is developing in sections of our cities where individuals - some of whom have French nationality - contemptuously designate French people as gaulois on the pretext they don't share the same religion, color or origins. ---->>>


Nationality: French
Born: 05-05, 1964
Occupation: Politician

Jean-François Copé (French: [ʒɑ̃.fʁɑ̃.swa kɔ.pe]; born 5 May 1964) is a French politician. He is Mayor of Meaux, Deputy (Député) for the 6th constituency of Seine-et-Marne, and acts as President of the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) Group in the French National Assembly. He was Spokesperson for the French Government between 2002 and 2007, and assumed other tenures in the government—including Minister of the Budget—at the same time (wikipedia)