Evreux et Jean-Louis Debré frappés par le don d’ubiquité de Mark Steyn
Je suppose que je ne devrais pas, mais comment résister au plaisir de faire partager une telle plume?
According to its Office du Tourisme, the big event in Evreux this past weekend was supposed to be the annual fête de la pomme, du cidre et du fromage at the Place de la Mairie. Instead, in this charmingly smouldering cathedral town in Normandy, a shopping mall, a post office, two schools, upwards of 50 vehicles and, oh yes, the police station were destroyed by – what’s the word? – “youths”.
Over at the Place de la Mairie, M le Maire himself, Jean-Louis Debré, seemed affronted by the very idea that un soupçon de carnage should be allowed to distract from the cheese-tasting. “A hundred people have smashed everything and strewn desolation,” he told reporters. “Well, they don’t form part of our universe.”
Maybe not, but unfortunately you form part of theirs.
Pour la suite, c’est ici, sous le titre: Early skirmish in the Eurabian civil war.