Friday, November 11, 2005

A Steaming Splatter of Postmodern Refuse


Warning: Really bad language alert. Very bad language coming. If you are easily offended, click past this post.

I don't think I have ever read a steamier pile of shit than this article by Sherherezade Faramarzi:


CLICHY-SOUS-BOIS, Paris - Night after night of rioting across France in which children as young as 10 have hurled firebombs and torched cars has prompted many people to ask: Where were the parents?

The rampaging in the impoverished, mainly immigrant neighborhoods underscores not only tensions in French society but also troubles in the homes where many of the rioters have grown up.

Many parents are struggling to make ends meet, leaving them little time for their children. They often can hardly communicate with their sons and daughters: Many parents are not French citizens and never learn to speak French, while their children don't learn the language of their ancestors.

Some parents even blame the recent riots on a French law that prohibits them from hitting their kids, which they say renders them powerless to assert control.

The government wants parents to be more responsible. But aid groups wonder if parents even know what their children are up to.

Fatna, an Algerian immigrant who agreed to speak on condition her last name not be used, insists on the innocence of her 21-year-old son, who was sentenced to two months in jail for a role in the riots.

Most of the people interviewed would only allow their first names to be used, and even then only reluctantly. They appeared worried about drawing the attention of their neighbors.

"Life is very difficult here," Fatna said in Arabic. She, like her husband, is illiterate and doesn't speak French despite having lived here for more than 25 years.

Fatna said her son, Khaled, was at home when the first riots broke out in their home town, Clichy-Sous-Bois, on Oct. 27. But at 10 p.m. the next day he went to the local teahouse as he did every night during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

She didn't think much of it when he failed to return home, because it wasn't unusual. Sometimes, she said, he stayed with his sister.

Instead, Khalad had been arrested with other youths for participating in the riots. She pleaded with the magistrate that her son was innocent. "They said that's what all parents say," said Fatna. Still, she is convinced her son was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Khaled, who dropped out of school after failing his high school exams, is unemployed. He worked for eight months and then stopped, but his mother said she didn't know what kind of job he had.
"I don't read, I don't write," she said. "I don't know anything.


"They don't give work to the young. The young are not treated well by the police," said Fatna, who has never worked outside the home.

Parents complain their children don't listen to them, often lie and sometimes threaten to report the parents to police for abusing them if they can't have their way.

Many children express frustration at having to comply with values they don't share.

"France is a democratic country. It gives rights to women and children," said Abderrahman Bouhout, director of the Bilal Mosque in Clichy-Sous-Bois. "Now parents cannot do anything — if they hit their 12-year-old, police will come to their door. There's a hot line the kids can call to report parental abuse."

Children have "too much freedom," complained Abdelhalim Salah, 68, arguing that government policy has undermined parents.

Sabrine, a 41-year-old mother of four who came from Tunisia 20 years ago, said police shouldn't blame parents for failing to stop the violence.

"We cannot bring up our kids the way we want, to teach them Islam," said Sabrine, adding that France encourages children to choose how they want to practice religion.

"They say religion is not obligatory or that parents are not allowed to make their children wear the hijab (veil) or to pray," she said. "They want to give our children the same freedoms they give to the French."


Yeah, no shit, Sherezade. If you don't like it, and if any of the racaille interviewed in this article don't like it, then LEAVE!

For God's sake, when the writer squatted and emitted this article from his cranial anus, it's no wonder he had trouble keeping a sense of balance, because clearly this article came gushing out with the full-force of botulism-inspired diarrhea. The high-pressure rush must have damn near lifted him off his feet like a rocket

That AP decided that such a puslating splatter of disease-ridden feces was worth publishing just goes to prove that they are scat-lovers of the highest order.

Listen, I'm sorry to all my regular readers. I'm sure you don't want to have to read my description, and you didn't have any idea what you were getting yourself into when you came over here today, but sometimes a guy has just got to say what's on his mind.

The name of the writer who wrote this is SCHEHEREZADE FARAMARZI.

Remember that name. I'm sure this won't be the last time we are forced to observe this person's strange BDSM antics.

Screw you, Sherherezade.


UPDATE:

I did not read the whole article, because honestly, I thought I was going to be sick. But, Charles, over at LGF did, indeed read the whole thing. And, look what he found towards the end:


Parallels may be drawn between the immigrant children of France and Palestinian youth revolting against Israeli occupation.


Yes, that's right. Sherezade is saying that France is occupying the Muslims ...

in France.

Is this article not a call to war against France, then? Sherezade ought to be arrested, tried for treason, and put to death.

You think I'm kidding?

Then, take a look at what the Muslim response to the occupation of the "Palestinian territories" is. The response is to kill as many Israelis as possible.

That is what Sherezade is calling for here. Make no mistake about it. This is no touchy-feely liberal, Sunday LA Times piece. This is an incitement to overthrow the French government.