Bastille Day celebrated by the French in memory of the storming of the Bastille and sparking off the French Revolution has been criticised from some strange quarters as being hypocritical?
Firstly the present French government led by that lovable chirpy chappy and "tres bien" lover of gorgeous young female things Sarkozy, invited some African dictators who are renowned serial killers, genocidal perpetrators and downright "cunts" (thanks Sir Bob Geldof) to the party.
Slightly wrong direction if one is to be celebrating a revolution??
Also the French flop footballers who represented France even more miserably than their English counterparts have called the whole thing "merde, hypocritical and distasteful".
Well the flop French footy players are demanding their salaries and bonuses for the World Cup disaster and Sarkozy after banning Burkas (merci Dieu) has also banned them from receiving any form of bonus or salaries at all.
Nicolas Anelka, spokesman for the team called Sarkozy a "tarte de pommes, un dictateur, un scum bag (anglais) and has vowed never to represent his country again"
And as for Bastille Day Anelka said "Qui (as in we) will storm the Palace of Versailles, demand our bonuses, commence un Revolution, then escape back to our international clubs who pay us astronomical wages and hopefully Zarkosy, le Cochon, will be exiled to Saint Helena and we will get a decent trainer, sacre bleu, voila!"