Discussion in 'Europe' started by Said1, Apr 15, 2005.
Do you know anything about this?
It is a minority, these guys are like your "bad boys" in the US ghettos.
And for the guys who kicked the youthes because they were white, what do you want ? there is stupid peple everywhere.
And France is not a new Lebanon. This guy from the ENA said it, but it is an exageration, or a mystification. Not serious.
There is hunders of street mlanifestation in France, each year, and people are not attacked systematicly.
Be quiet, wtf is that? I didn't write the article, dawwwling. I don't doubt the sensationalism the writer used in telling of the events, but stuff like that does not happen in Canada either, unless it's bad boys, or stupid people.
I think the real point behind the article is how under reported race violence is in France despite how often it happens. Maybe?
Do you think a collective "Be Quiet!" might have a bit to do with that?
Hmmm, could be! :baby4:
Perhaps a big Parisian
for Chirac and his fading legacy (his people say no to the EU, his people kick out his precious Islamist allies, his nation further fades from world leadership)
I'm surprised by the proportion these events are taking.
Such things - bad people kicking some guys - happen every day, in France, Germany, UK, USA....everywhere.
There is not a "french exception" alos for violence.
As you said, Said, the article uses sentationnalism. If it can change the minds and avoid some future violence, why not. But if it was to affraid the population, it is not a good idea.
The "be quiet" , it was for one reason : don't worried about France (I think you don't all the same ), it is not Lebanon, it is still FRANCE
Actually quite rare here, not speaking of crime, but rare for attacks on protests.
ummm, while conceding there might be sensationalism, Said1 was pointing out that in CANADA too such is rare, if not unheard of.
Oh yeah, you don't get it, we all know it's still FRANCE!
You miss the point pe. Maybe your much touted "multiculturalism" is failing.
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