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    The Paris Syndrome
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2009-04-12 08:55:14 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Forget Stockholm: Paris is now the emblematic European capital for victims who would excuse their tormentors and identify with those who brutalize them.

    A couple of days ago I posted the video of a young man who was assaulted by several culturally-enriched thugs on a late-night Paris bus. Now the victim has come forward to tell his story to Le Figaro. As several readers theorized, he is indeed of a progressive mindset, and unwilling to think ill of the punks who attacked him.

    Notice the points he is at pains to emphasize:

    1.  There was no racial element in the attack, and to prove it,
    2.  He notes that one of his attackers had pale skin.
    3.  People with radical political views will see this opportunity, and
    4.  He wants to make sure he has no part in that.
    5.  He was targeted because he appeared “bourgeois”.


    In other words, to this unfortunate young man, the most important thing is neither to appear to be a racist, nor to give any aid and comfort to racists.

    The fact that he was himself attacked by racist scum makes no difference. And never mind that these thugs could have easily harmed him far more grievously than they did.

    Not being seen as a racist is more important than anything else, even life itself.

    Here’s the full interview, my translation:

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    News Source: gates of vienna

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