Saturday, April 14, 2007
Shackled with rising violence from the growing armies of youth in their self-imposed Islami-ghettos, the traditionally socialist French are looking to Sarkozy to save them. As France's tough interior minister, he'd confronted mainly North African rioters in 2005 through firm security measures. Will his no-nonsense law and order stance win over voters, and overcome the decades of socialist brain-washing? Or will the wider Atlanticist EU lobby -- a counterpart to the 'SouthAsia' lobby -- keep the French gulliverized with guilt-trips and other emotional blackmail?