The story of the lies, the manipulation, and the pressure of every type exercised by the peace camp to keep a psycopath in power in Baghdad.Ha, ha, just kidding. You didn't really believe that, did you?! You're so gullible. No, here is the actual cover story.
The story of the lies, the manipulation, and the pressure of every type exercised by the Bush team to take the United States to war.Thank goodness for the newspaper of reference. What would the French citizenry do without it?
Meanwhile, France 2 announces it will show a documentary denouncing the "trickeries" of the head of state. Jacques Chirac? Of course, not. The documentary of the state-owned television channel is called "The World According to Bush". (It is based on the book La guerre des Bush "which reveals strange shadowy zones around the Iraq conflict"; apparently the strange shadowy zones of the French, Russians and other peace camp members are not worth speaking, and writing, about.)
(And what a good thing it is that, in France, they don't "forcefeed dogma" to people, young and otherwise, but teach them "to keep their minds open until they can figure out the truth or falsity of a thing for themselves". No, here in France they do not "control every aspect of their education, make them recite approved creeds by rote, and severely punish any dissent". The French quest to have every last citoyen explore thoroughly every aspect and every viewpoint of every issue is never-ceasing. How on Earth could you think anything different?)