They will now face New Zealand, who are bidding to win the World Cup for the first time since 1987, in Sunday's final in Auckland
"For several weeks now it has been us against the world," said Parra. "We felt after beating England we might have some more support.
"We felt after beating Wales we might have some more support ... but yet again, it is us against the world.
"So ... we are trying to keep ourselves cocooned in this bubble. Some people are saying we don't deserve to be where we are."
France retain the same side that beat Wales in the semi-final to face the All Blacks.