Article copyI don't give a Nazi's ass about Germany but this:
"Germany and France have the same judgement on the Iraq crisis," Mr Chirac said at a joint press conference on Wednesday.I'm fed up with this politico-diplomatic lingo. I know damn well that when Jac
You don't own France, Jacques. This pathetic excuse for an election which put you were you are didn't give you the right to speak in my name after all.
Jeez... I didn't even vote for you.
After this tremendous and miserable week of permanent propaganda every-f***-where (Moscow 1950, that week), in the wake of the outrageous result of the first turn of the presidential elections (Jacques Chirac versus Jean-Marie le Pen... something badly stinks in the Kingdom of France) I remember I thought that the populist twit didn't stand a chance, which offered me the luxury not to vote for you.
And I put a note in the urn which read "the great weakness of democracy is that it has sometimes to abjure itself in order to survive".
Because that's what happened that day.
After all, a poll is supposedly a way for the people to express his opinion right? I mean, as far as the people does not live in Iraq of course (or Cuba, or North Korea, or... OK, enough)
French democracy abjured itself and put you at the head of the Republic.
But it certainly does not mean you're representative. It does not mean you're the symbol of France. It does not mean you're more French than I am.
I can name each and every of my ancestors up to 400 years ago. And I have the papers to prove it.
All of them in this country. Some of them at its service.
One of them at a very high level of the French diplomacy, during one of the worst time in our country's history.
He faced the predecessor of your Gerhard Schroeder buddy, one Adolph Hitler guy, that day of June when our country surrendered.
But he didn't kiss his ass.
I say again: HE DIDN'T KISS HITLER'S ASS. Got it?
I grew up with this story Jacques. What makes you think that I would tolerate to be Saddam's ass licker, even indirectly, just because you do and you're the President by default?
Answer me Jacques?
So the next time you feel like saying "France" when all you mean is "Me and a bunch of soft ass monkeys who just want to preserve our best interests even if it's at the expense of honor, freedom and human rights" well... say what you mean.
"Germany and Me and a bunch of soft ass monkeys who just want to preserve our best interests even if it's at the expense of honor, freedom and human rights have the same judgement on the Iraq crisis," Mr Chirac said at a joint press conference on Wednesday.See? That's easy ah?
" "The United States of America and France have the same judgement on the Iraq crisis," the dissident frogman said at a press conference Today. »
Let's free Iraq now, whatever Germany and the French soft ass monkeys who just want to preserve their best interests at the expense of honor, freedom and human rights would think.