A prominent French businessman who promoted mass migration was reportedly tied up along with his wife and tortured in his home by four men of foreign descent
It has been reported that prominent French businessman and former politician Bernard Tapie was attacked in his home by four assailants, three of whom are reportedly African, and one of North-African origin. Tapie, the former owner of Adidas and other high-profile businesses, was asleep in his Parisian mansion when the attackers struck, resulting in both he and his wife being tied up with electrical cords tortured by the assailants who demanded to know where the couple’s valuables are hidden. The 78-year-old tycoon, who is also undergoing cancer treatment, has received a blow to the head with a baton. The home invaders have made off with jewelry, watches and some mobile phones. Tapie’s wife Dominique was also assaulted but eventually escaped and alerted police.
While most French public figures have expressed their sympathies with the victims, one of them chose to do so while also reminding Tapie of his past stances on migration. Jean Messiha, an Egyptian-born French economist and politician and a former member of Marine Le Pen’s National Rally, also wished with Tapie a “good recovery” but at the same time pointed out the correlation between Tapie’s past criticism of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s migration stances and the fact that he was attacked by four criminals with a migration background: