May 18, 2011 § Leave a comment
From Bernard-Henri Levy’s sickening defense of his friend Dominique Strauss-Khan:
I am troubled by a system of justice modestly termed “accusatory,” meaning that anyone can come along and accuse another fellow of any crime—and it will be up to the accused to prove that the accusation is false and without basis in fact.
Oh yeah? Please, do wax philosophic about how a more civilized society would allow only one’s social and intellectual peers to accuse one of a crime, and then only when they furnish full, unimpeachable evidence. Would that Great Men need not be bothered by trifling matters of the long-term effects of their brutal sexual assaults on less powerful women — how free we would all* be!
At least Levy is consistent in his philosophy. Forced sodomy against any female cannot be a crime!
To get the bitter taste out of your mouth: