"Justice" in France

Gary Fouse

Hat tip Gallia Watch

The French Blog Gallia Watch has an important video of an interview with France's Justice Minister Christiane Taubira, a liberal who is looking for alternatives to prison. The show is entitled, Des Paroles et deS Actes. During the interview, the moderator brings on the mother of a young girl viciously attacked and beaten by a career criminal who was on work release during the day and returning to prison at night. The reaction of Taubira is basically one of nonchalance.

This interview in French is without sub-titles, but Gallia Watch has translated the dialogue into English. It gives a valuable insight into the arrogant thinking of the left. The linked article also gives the background of this vicious crime.


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Zenster said...

When dealing with European interpretations of normally inviolable concepts like "liberty", "freedom" and "justice" it is best recall the immortal words of Humpty Dumpty from LewisCaroll's "Through the Looking-Glass":

"When I use a word it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less."

Through the looking-glass, indeed! We may as well be on The Bizzaro World of Htrae