Article copyThe French press is all over the place, telling us about the state of Iraq one year after its liberation (sorry, I meant "brutish American occupation consistently violating human rights" and all that.)
The State Organ that goes by the name of France-Info (putrescent limb of the Radio-France propaganda beast) sounds like a cathouse on payday.
This rubric for instance, carries on the crucial mission of "informing" the French about the big titles of the French daily newspapers. The "reporter" adds his personal comments to the headlines and his show is one of the worst worms in the bucket.
Yesterday, he came really close to pubescent orgasmic whooping while lashing out on the Spanish election result: Bush is a loser, the war is a failure, oh Mummy I'm coming, and so on.
Ever heard the sound of anal regression? Listen to France-Info.
While you're at Radio-Faeces, I invite you to notice that, no matter the mass graves, the "Iraq Special Dossier" still sports the brilliant work of art depicting a smiling and friendly Saddam, facing an aggressive looking George W. Bush in front of an American tank, as reported here 10 months ago.
If, on the right side of the Atlantic, there are still any benevolent souls (nah, John Kerry doesn't count. It's not enough to look benevolent. One has to have an actual soul) inclined to "rebuild bridges", ask yourself if you really believe that the press of a declared enemy of America would do worse than that, or worse than the appalling cartoons in Le Monde and Liberation that Merde in France consistently expose.
The past year was very revealing, and French anti-Americanism reached unseen depths, down to frank hostility and pathological level.
A last example that really took me aback - and God knows it takes some efforts to achieve that: the frogman sibship had lunch together today. Driving back in younger frogman's car, we're listening to the radio, where one of those whoopers is lashing out on "Iraq: one year later".
Quoting from memory, I recall blunt affirmations - from a Parisian studio - of a "country in chaos", and of electric power and water system in a "catastrophic state" - no sources, no details, no figures, nothing. Just the affirmation: the water system is "catastrophic".
The frogman gang is laughing aloud. But the "reporter" is not finished with it.
With the same affirmative rhetoric, he goes ahead: insecurity is reaching new heights, which, "paradoxically" was something that couldn't be blamed on Saddam when he was still ruling Iraq since "there were no murders, no assassinations and no theft at all when he was in power."
We stopped laughing.
The two of us that were on the front seats spontaneously reached out to the radio at once, in order to switch it off, while an outraged cry came from the backseat, asking for the same measure.
That they rot in their psychosis is one thing.
That they insult our intelligence in the process is another, and one that we will not tolerate anymore.