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Eric Zemmour is shaking up France's presidential race before it's even begun.
And his rally in the small southern town of Béziers made an unsettling image for France's far-right leader, Marine Le Pen. Polls suggest he's on track to challenge her for leadership of The Nationalist hard-right in France.
Now , he says, France is being " submerged" by migrants, and parents should be forced to give their children " French names".
His speech in Béziers targeted France's education System - " infiltrated by Marxism, anti-racism, and LGBT ideologies" in his view.
As for the French media, he dismissed them as " a propaganda machine that hates France".
If the language was violent, it wasn't unexpected. Many in The Audience here knew him from his role as an outspoken TV presenter and commentator for the French right-wing channel C-News.
But they liked Eric Zemmour .
" He tells it like it is, " Christian explained. " He's more down-to-earth [than other politicians]. It's great he's shaking up the French presidential elections. I think he's a bit like Boris Johnson . "
After The Rally , I asked Mr Zemmour how he would do French-UK relations differently if he were president of France.
Béziers has been home turf for Marine Le Pen. She did very well here in The Last presidential race, but as Eric Zemmour has risen in the polls, she has dipped. One recent survey even had him beating her to a run-off with President Macron.
But it's not only Le Pen supporters who are here in Béziers tonight.
Gérard told me he'd never voted for Marine Le Pen.
The Mayor of Béziers, Robert Ménard, is politically close to Marine Le Pen - and is friends with both her and Zemmour.
Mr Ménard told me he was pressing them to join forces, to take on Emmanuel Macron .
" I explained to Eric: 'You can't win without Marine Le Pen - it's impossible'. And I told Marine: 'You can't win without Eric,'" He Said . " Divisions must not lead our camp to defeat. For once, we could win. "
The Last presidential election redrew the political map, excluding both mainstream parties from the run-off.
It all but destroyed the Socialists; many in Les Républicains fear that, if they're not careful, This Time it could be them.
In the meantime, it's Zemmour - not Macron or Le Pen - who's dominating coverage here.