17. The French Cultural exception

17.0 Introduction

The French culture is a culture similar to the cultures practiced by the vast majority of the non-Christian nations throughout the world since time immemorial. It became a cultural exception in Europe only during this last century, when it was superseded by the Anglo-Saxon cultural exception. The kleptocratic elite that has ruled France during the last one thousand five hundred years has branded the people in an indelible way. The spurious French culture has barred meaningful communication between the various members that compose it. It works through slogans, censorship, brutality, lies, corruption and deceit.

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