C(onneries) dans l'air asks: 'How France is seen by the world'.
Idiot boy tried to peddle the 'a large majority of Americans have come around to France's way of thinking re Iraq.' Wrong. The French didn’t originate the idea. A undercurrent and world view which always says the same thing even before it has facts originated it. It marched “against the (non-existent) American war” on 12 September 2001, simply because it could, and could think that anything else is possible. It, like Michael Moore has such an inflated scale that their hateful view of their own culture that they think the Taliban actually cared about US domestic politics when he said
They attacked the wrong peopleTheir ‘betters’ beat them to it. The idea that a world cares more about one’s opinions than actions in the real world says quite a bit. In individuals it's called Borderline Personality Disorder.