7.5.07

Les traîtres pour Sarkozy

Traître lui-même, Sarkozy attire les traîtres de tout bord, y compris ceux du parti socialiste. Après Besson, c'est maintenant quelqu'un qui fait partie de la garde rapprochée de Lionel Jospin.
Claude Allègre, minstre de Lionel Jospin, sortant du QG de Sarkozy par la porte arrière, deux jours avant le deuxième tour.

3 comments:

Louis said...

C'est un jour très sombre pour la France. L'élection de Sarkozy signifie le rejet des valeurs progressistes françaises et l'adoption du néolibéralisme à l'américaine, avec toutes les conséquences négatives à anticiper.

J'ai écrit un texte à ce sujet sur mon blogue, avec une perspective québécoise, si cela vous intéresse.

Pierre said...

Sophia
this reminds me of Krystalnacht in Germany!
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http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/07/world/europe/07cnd-protests.html

Violent Protests Greet Sarkozy’s Election in France
PARIS, May 7 — Violent protests against the election of Nicolas Sarkozy as president of France ended early today with hundreds of people arrested, hundreds of cars gutted and hundreds of windows smashed in several cities across in France.

Some people fear the reaction is just a taste of what is likely to come if Mr. Sarkozy makes good on his campaign promises to push through controversial economic legislation during his first 100 days in office.

Agence France-Presse, citing national police headquarters, reported that 730 cars had been set afire overnight, 35 in Paris, and that 592 people had been arrested, 79 in the capital. It said 78 police officers had been injured.

Eugene said...

Sophia:
you claim Sarkozy's parents collaborated with Nazis. But the French understand that many had no choice but to collaborate.

But AFTER WW2, many Arab countries accepted escaping Nazi scientists and businessmen. These Arab countries did not have to collaborate.

 
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