French President Marcon accused the New York Times and other English language media of “legalizing” violence in France, which they said was “racist and Islamophobia.”. < / P > < p > in the latest spat with the “Anglo Saxon” media, he said, failed to understand the word “secularism,” which means that all religions and the freedom to blasphemy are protected. < / P > < p > “when France was attacked five years ago, every country in the world supported us.” The French president told the New York Times Media columnist Ben Smith. He was referring to the attack in Paris that killed 130 people, as well as the shooting of Charlie weekly. < / P > < p > “so when I see newspapers in countries that I think share our values When I see them legitimize this violence and say that the core of the problem is that France is racist and Islamophobia, then I would say that its basic principles have been lost. ” “In our society, I don’t care whether a person is black, yellow or white, and whether they are Catholic or Muslim, a person is first and foremost a citizen,” he said The New York Times is not the first English language newspaper to feel the anger of Mr. mcchron, according to the report. An article published by the financial times entitled “the war of Marcon against” Islamic separatism “will only further divide France”, which also displeased him.