Kadhafi a été un terroriste, il ne l’est plus, il a fait son autocritique. (…) Dans sa vie on fait tous des erreurs et on a tous droit au rachat."In the past", admitted Boris Boillon (as recently as November 2010 on Canal +'s Grand Journal), "Kaddhafi has been a terrorist." Having said that, the French diplomat — who has since been named France's ambassador to Tunisia (!) — comes with his caveat: but "he no longer is so, he has made his self-criticism", adding Christian forgiveness terms for good measure: "who can pretend to be a paragon of virtue and democracy?" Boillon ends his soliloquy with the following lesson in forgiveness: "In this life, we all have made mistakes and we all have the right to redemption." (Needless to say, such politically correct terms in the mouths of the left and of the all-knowing, wiser-than-thou élite are unheard of for non-PC leaders — despots or others — such as the terminally detestable Augusto Pinochet, George W Bush, etc…)
Boillon défend Kadhafi (C+)
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