French National Party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen is colorful person as Dennis Kucinich, Cindy Sheehan, or Cheech or Chong might be called colorful. He is best known for saying, “I am like Zorro…Everyone knows he exists, everyone believes he exists, but nobody has ever seen him.”
Now, Monseiur Zorro has opined on the riots that have torn up so many French cities. Quoth he to the AP, the recent violence is “just the start” of conflicts caused by “massive immigration from countries of the Third World that is threatening not just France but the whole continent.” Le Pen said people with immigrant backgrounds who commit crimes should be stripped of their French nationality and sent “back to their country of origin.” Hmm. Maybe he’s not entirely wacky. At least in comparison to the crowd of Chirac, Dominique, and Mr. Bean.
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