Sunday, May 26, 2013

I really did have a lovely time, and posts of all the wonderfulness will come, but I just have to get this off my chest

I normally keep the blog pretty clean, you know, family oriented.  So, I'm just giving you a heads up that the next section of the blog is going to include swearing, just letting you know so you can skip away to another page now if this might offend.

  • To the 200,000 gilipolles I had the misfortune to wade through today in Paris, trying to disguise your homophobia as concern for children - but who do fuck all for the child, yes, 5 year old-ish child and her parents I saw sleeping in the shadow of the Louvre last night:

    Homophobia, it's not a phobia. A phobia is when you are afraid. You are not afraid.

    You are giant fucking assholes.

    Oh, and France, while I'm at it....I haven't seen families sleeping on the street, sharing a single blanket since I was in India. Your economy is a little stronger than that. Oh, and France, Spain's economy is a shit-load worse than yours too, and you don't see it here either.

    What. are. you. thinking?


Anonymous said...

Those demonstrations have been going on for months already. And it's pretty sickening. Especially since now the law is voted, there's nothing more to do about it, it's not possible to change it anymore. But they still cling to their hate messages.
As for the homeless, it's been a problem in Paris for a long time. I've seen reports and documentaries that were edifying. I think many homeless people feel and are safer on the streets than in the shelters. It's that bad.

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

Tell it like it is, Oreneta!

oreneta said...

ElP, I think that's part of what surprised me, I mean the law is passed.....awful. Though millions didn't go, so. I am assuming that the family was also worried that the child would be seized.

Bodhi, indeed. Sometimes you've just got to.