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«In France’s immobilized economy, it’s all but impossible to get fired. Which is why it’s all but impossible to get hired. Especially if you belong to that first category of «youths» from the Muslim ghettos, where unemployment is around 40 to 50 per cent. The second group of «youths» — the Sorbonne set — protesting the proposed new, more flexible labour law ought to be able to understand that it’s both necessary to the nation and, indeed, in their own self-interest: they are after all their nation’s elite. Yet they’re like lemmings striking over the right to a steeper cliff.»

Mark Steyn

(Lenke via Tim Blair)