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Monday, April 18, 2005

Outsider's View Of France And Its Anti Bush Stance

The highlighted piece is a wonderful outsider's view of the lack of morals on the part of France and it's goverment. France's role in the Middle East has changed to that of the supporter of the regimes that the USSR used to support:

"The contradictions of French policy have been especially sharp in regard to Middle East issues. In diplomatic terms, France to a large extent replaced the Soviet Union as the protector of radical regimes in Iran, Iraq and -- at least until recently, Syria. When Yasser Arafat died, under the reverent protection of the French government, public opinion polls showed that he was more popular in France than he was among Palestinians."

Read the piece, it's an eye opener.

I'll be back



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