Posted January 25, 2019 08:05:22France24.fr.us – France24 has published a video showing a man in a white suit holding up a sign that reads: “You’re not French.
You’re not a French.”
The video was made by the French government’s Information Agency, and it shows an actor who appears to be in his late 20s wearing a white shirt and tie.
He starts the video by asking a French citizen, a man who is dressed in a black suit, if he is French.
The man replies: “I’m French, and you’re not.”
A man who has been dressed in black suits before appears to point at him and says: “We don’t need you.”
The actor then asks the man: “So what?”
The man says: “Because you’re a white person, I’m French.”
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls later responded to the video, saying: “You should be ashamed of yourself.
The idea that you are a foreigner is a threat to France.
The way you dress is a form of aggression, and I’m disgusted by it.”
Valls added that he had been shocked by the video.
He said that he was concerned that it would cause “insults” to the French and said that France is a country with an image that is “one of tolerance”.
He added that the man in the video was “very rude”.
France24 reports that the actor was arrested on Wednesday after his arrest was announced.
The footage was taken from a video camera at the National Assembly in Paris.
The actor was charged with incitement to commit terrorism, a crime in France.
The video is not the first time that the French Government has shown an image of a person who has chosen to wear a different colour than the country’s national colour.
In April, a video of a man dressed in red shoes wearing a black tie wearing a red T-shirt was uploaded to YouTube, showing a group of people wearing black clothes.