Wednesday, April 16, 2008
The Bravest Frenchman
For the fifth time, former actress and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot is on trial in France for "inciting racial hatred." Against Islam, which is not a race, it's a form of psychosis. This time Ms. Bardot received a two-month suspended prison sentence. I suppose France doesn't have the stomach to incarcerate a 73-year-old cultural treasure. They also robbed the old dear of 15,000 Euros, or $23,760, essentially for saying the sort of thing I say all the time: "I am fed up with being under the thumb of this population which is destroying us, destroying our country and imposing its acts," The take-home message: in France truth is no defense for libel.
Here's a picture of Ms. Bardot from her acting days. She was a leading cause of the Great French Cinema Scare of the late 1950's. Millions of people who could only speak food sat through the interminable films of Roger Vadim, convincing the man he was God. Now, of course, she is a dear old lady with a fondness for dogs. She walks with the aid of two canes, so she's the ideal target for her bully government. Socialists prey on the weak; it's much easier than trying to impose the indigenous culture and rule of law upon the ungrateful squatters who've sworn to kill them.