“Do what I say, but not what I do”

Rich and Conservative French people, specially those who are President Sarkozy’s political friends, could say this sentence :”Do what I say, but not what I do”.

About work and holidays

Since years, this privileged and little part of French people and all their friends in the newspapers and on TV & radios, go on repeating that “French workers are lazy, they only think to their holidays, they don’t want to work more than 35 hours per week, they come always out on strike, blah, blah”.


When you take a walk in the streets of the areas where those rich people are living (Neuilly-sur-Seine, PARIS 16 etc), at the beginning of July, as soon as the schools are out for summer, like now, you don’t have any problem to find a place for parking your car. Where are gone all these silly rich parrots who used to give lesson in work to workers ? Not in the offices, not in the factories. They are gone… in holidays.

Paris (75116) , boulevard Flandrin, July 8th, 2008, 5:45 p.m. :

At the same time, in the poor areas of PARIS and the suburb, no more place for cars. People are still working hard. Anyway many poor people in Paris and suburb can’t go in holidays.

Paris (75011) rue Japy, July 11th 2008, 9:30 a.m. :

About immigration :

Always about those rich and conservative French people, specially those who are President SARKOZY’s political friends etc, since years, they say that France can’t accept the entrance of numerous foreigners. They shout “no more immigrants ! “, favoring the raise of racism.

Europe is trying to close her frontiers. Stupid politics who want Europe to become a fortress forbidden to immigrants. Poor immigrants of course !


When you take a walk in their rich areas, you can see an Black African woman is helping an old French lady to walk:

You can see an Asian woman, going to the playpen with French children.

Black African, Asian, Arabian women are taking care of the grannies and the children of those French rich people. Rich French people don’t want to “loose time” with their children and old parents… In France, we need immigration. Foreign blood, force and culture have always made the cultural and economical wealth of France.



~ by nournours on August 8, 2008.

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