Article copyRevelation: the sardonic tone of the two previous posts is a safety valve to cope with the fact that I'm out of sorts with this mass murder of the most vulnerable members of the Solidary French Society®.
And I mean I'm on the verge of intifading the next civil servant or tanned flowered shirt stubborn vacationist in sight.
It's not going to get better anytime soon:
Heat wave: heading to a parliamentary commission of investigation.The truth about heat waves: very hot weather.
The president of the National Assembly and the UMP declare themselves in favor of the creation of a commission that will bring all the light on the case, rejoining the demands of the Socialists and the Communists.
The members of the parliament want to know the truth about the heat wave and its dramatic consequences.
The truth about dramatic consequences: lotsa dead people.
Can I get my pay out of the commission's budget too?
Now that the carcasses are piling up in refrigerated trucks on Paris suburbs' parking lots, the president of the National Assembly would very much like to know what happened, thank you, bringing behind him ChIraq's minions and joining the Left that already took the lead considering that they really hate it when the Right take their shoes and kill the people - willingly or not - in their stead.
I can already predict the outcome of this Commission on the Truth About Heat Waves. After quite a nice amount of public money wasted, they'll conclude that, yes, sure, the State failed just a little bit.
But that's because Filthy Selfish People is not solidary enough whilst Poor Helpless State lacks resources to take care of Filthy Selfish People's people.
Consequently, Poor Helpless State will find a way to tax Filthy Selfish People a bit more, wasting half the money it will request in order to simply collect it and dilute the rest in whatever inexpedient structures it controls.
Most likely the same that already failed on this very case.
One of the direct result will be that Filthy Selfish People will turn even less solidary since hey, after all,
And now for a sardonic sidenote: Jean-Michel Dubernard the president of the social Affairs' commission at the National Assembly is, on a personal plan:
terrified at the idea that several hundreds of bodies are currently laying down while nobody will come to claim them.Don't freak out Jean-Mi. That's because the ghouls are not hungry yet.
But stick firmly to that Socialist line and just like Mao's China, Pol Pot's Cambodia or Kim's North Korea, they will end up eating their dead as well.