Why Emmanuel Macron is the target of mockery after a strange little sentence

Thursday, March 29, Emmanuel Macron was at the College de France to present his plan on artificial intelligence. In parallel on social networks, the President of the Republic has described democracy as the “bottom most system of the Earth”. An expression that provoked a tidal wave of mockery .———–
This is not the first time that the President of the Republic uses Anglicism in his speeches but also through his messages on social networks. Thursday, March 29, the husband of Brigitte Macron once again used this language after the presentation of his plan for artificial intelligence. On his Twitter account, the head of state has described democracy as the “bottom-up system of the Earth”. An expression often used in the world of finance or in that of start-ups. A small sentence that provoked a tidal wave of taunts on the web …
This expression, which means “from the bottom up” was immediately taken again by the Net surfers, annoyed to see that the President of the Republic uses Anglicisms: “Long live la Francophonie”, wrote a Net surfer. “Defending one’s country starts with speaking one’s language, especially at the highest level”, can we also read. Some figures in the literature have also commented on this expression used by Emmanuel Macron. This is the case of Bernard Pivot who considers that “this sentence devalues ​​French-speaking democracy.”
Because if this expression is used to evoke a management approach, it is also used for other actions: “Bottom up”, in other words “buttocks in the air” can also be translated as “drink dry ass”: “J I thought it was a parody, but no, it’s the president’s, “added another subscriber.