(GrassTopsUSA) -- When Dostoyevsky said "If God does not exist, then everything is permitted," he didn't mean everything as in raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, but everything like mass murder and torture chambers – or, for that really close shave – la guillotine, dubbed France's national razor.
Heirs of the Terror, the French left are at it again.
The socialist government of Francois Hollande will shortly be posting a set of 15 secular principles in all 55,000 French public schools. Article 9 thereof states: "Secularism implies the rejection of all violence and all discrimination, guarantees equality between girls and boys. There is a separation of the private and public sphere." Which usually means: The public sphere can interfere with the private sphere, but not the reverse.
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