Actually there are lots of people in France who don’t respect this dindle.
A French court has sentenced a 77-year-old man to “re-education” for hanging up a banner that’s something less than adulatory to President Emmanuel Macron (https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/05/04/french-pensioner-sentenced-to-reeducation-after-insulting-president-emmanuel-macron/).
In France it’s against the law “to show contempt for public officials.” This from the folks who used to gather round the guillotine.
That slurping sound you hear out there is U.S. Democrats licking their lips for envy. If only we could have that here!
Anyhow, the judge was embarrassed to pack the old guy off to prison (can you say “Chateau D’If”?), the cops were kind of embarrassed to arrest him, so he was sentenced to a compulsory “citizenship course.” Highly insulting, isn’t it?
Quick Quiz: How many nanoseconds would it take U.S. Democrats to pass that law here, if they had the votes?
3 comments on “Respect ‘Public Officials’–Or Else”
Good one, Lee – once a communist always a communist. That’s why they call each other comrades.
“Chateau D’If,” now where did I hear that name before? Aw yes, from one of my favorite films of 2002, “The Count of Monte Cristo” starring Jim Caviezel and Guy Pearce. What a great story/movie.
Yeah, that’s the kind of “justice” most Demoncrats would like to have in place. And some would probably like to dish out the once a year beating, to those who they placed in prison.
One of our favorite films… love it!