Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Sacre Bleu! French Get Sniffy Over Strauss-Kahn's "Rape / Conspiracy".

The French, so confused for the past two years seeing America led by a president who thinks almost exactly like they do, are taking their anti-Americanism out of the closet with glee as they have found reason to hate us anew.  And it's with good reason: We've shown that their fabled "romantics" can also be rapists, and that their precious socialism is a sham.

I guess they do "justice" differently in France.  The New York Post reports:
Former French Justice Minister Elisabeth Guigou decried published US photos of Strauss-Kahn being led from an East Harlem precinct in handcuffs Sunday night.

"I found this picture [telling of the American system's] brutality, violence [and] cruelty . . . and I am happy that we do not have the same legal system," Guigou told France Info radio.

What about Strauss-Kahn's brutality, violence, and cruelty towards his maid?  On that, apparently, Guigou had no comment.

And speaking of the maid, famed French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy voices his outrage over the very notion of the proletariat bringing down the powerful.  And if that inversion of the tenets of socialism wasn't funny enough, he throws in some bizarre conspiracy elements as well:

 I do not know—but, on the other hand, it would be nice to know, and without delay—how a chambermaid could have walked in alone, contrary to the habitual practice of most of New York’s grand hotels of sending a “cleaning brigade” of two people, into the room of one of the most closely watched figures on the planet.
And I do not want to enter into considerations of dime-store psychology that claims to penetrate the mind of the subject, observing, for example, that the number of the room (2806) corresponds to the date of the opening of the Socialist Party primaries in France (06.28), in which he is the uncontested favorite...

This morning, I hold it against the American judge who, by delivering him to the crowd of photo hounds, pretended to take him for a subject of justice like any other.

And Lord forbid that a politician be forced to obey the same laws as the proletariat, and for shame on the mere "chambermaid" for not being willing to ease the sexual frustrations of those who are quite clearly more important individuals than they are.  Because, as Levy explains, there are more important things than rape:

He was arrested just hours before the meeting during which he would face a more orthodox German chancellor to plead the cause of a country, Greece, that he believed could be brought back to order without being brought to its knees. His defeat would also be that of this great cause. It would be a disaster for this entire part of Europe and of the world, because the IMF, under his leadership and for the first time in its history, did not intend to sell out to the superior interests of Finance. And that would really be a dreadful sign.

If only the maid would have just laid back and taken it, Levy implies, socialism could have won.

If this is the state of French intellectualism and philosophy, well...it explains much about the moral state of France.

And while more French play at conspiracies against Strauss-Kahn (via the NYP):

Another Strauss-Kahn defender questioned whether the suspect is the victim of a set-up orchestrated by his No. 1 political enemy, French President Nicola Sarkozy.
Jean-Christophe Cambadelis, a French Socialist legislator, questioned US authorities' claims....

...the real storyline is the privilege of power.  French writer Tristane Banon (below), assaulted by Strauss-Kahn in 2002 during an interview, had gone public but did not file a complaint because - well, again, a disgusting French/Socialist morality play:

Her mother, Anne Mansouret, a Socialist Party official, persuaded her at the time not to file suit against a man who was close to her family and to their politics, Ms. Mansouret conceded in a television interview on Monday.

Suggesting that she probably was in error, Ms. Mansouret recounted the conversation this way: “Listen, you know, if he had raped you, I wouldn’t have any hesitation, but that wasn’t the case. He sexually assaulted you, there wasn’t any rape per se; so until the end of your life, you’re going to have on your résumé, you know, Tristane Banon is the girl who ... ’ ”

Ms. Banon...said she contacted a lawyer but never filed a complaint because “I didn’t wish to be the girl who had a problem with a politician for the rest of my life.”

So what is Socialism?  $3,000 hotel rooms and 1st class cabins for the leadership, and rape and humiliation for the "people".  A mother allows her own daughter to be molested, and warns her to keep her mouth shut for the good of the party and for fear of political retribution.

And the French champion this system.  So, incidentally, does the American Left.  And if you think they are not capable of the same actions, well. look at Bill Clinton.  Or what their despicable rank-and-file has done to Sarah Palin, Nikki Haley, Christine O'Donnell....

They're just licking their chops to go wild, French-Socialist style...

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