Reminded that the vast majority of youths taking part in the arson and rioting are French, born in France to immigrant parents, he said: "What does that mean? Are they French because they have a French identity card?" French nationality should be given only to those who ask for it and "who are worthy of it," he said. "Those who got nationality automatically, who don't consider themselves French and who even say publicly that they consider France their enemy should not be treated as French."
Le Pen said he is convinced that what he described as a surge in support for his "zero immigration" platform would translate into votes at the ballot box for his National Front party. French voters "are saying to themselves 'Le Pen was right. We were told that Le Pen is an extremist because he said that immigration problems would lead to disorder. The facts have shown that he was right,'" he said.
Won't he get fined for that?
Le Pen wasn't the only one who said that overflowing Muslim immigrants would lead to disorder. Bridgette Bardot said a similar thing in 1996, and tried it again in 2004 but got fined for talking about the "Islamization of France" in her book “A Scream in the Silence,” an outspoken attack on gays, immigrants and the jobless that shocked France last year. France is not exactly a place for freedom of speech, even if it means reading comments that you may not agree on. If people want to be stupid, they have a right to be but, alas, France is not America.
More here and here and here on Bardot and the "Islamization of France."
If it's any frying to be done, it's for the terrorist French Fries.