When I see that we are demonstrating against the pension reform and that people are whining because they are going to work two more years.
I think that disappoints me a bit
It is in these terms that
Bernard de La Villardière
expressed his opinion this weekend on the current reform which is shaking France and its political news.
A statement that aroused indignation among some listeners, reinforced by another sentence, just as controversial:
"No one is forced to be a garbage collector all their life
This Monday, March 20, the columnists of “
Touche pas à mon poste
” were invited to comment on this interview given to Sud Radio.
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opens the ball, very reassembled:
“We need garbage collectors in France more than a presenter of “Exclusive investigation”.
What's smart about what he says is that you can grow in a career, but what I don't like is that he says garbage collector is like it's was the zero level of work
He then leaves aside the analysis of the text to fall into more virulent criticism:
“By dint of making subjects on escorts in Macau, he must have freaked out, but he is disconnected from France this guy, this n It's not possible and it's a very big bullshit to have said that
Géraldine Maillet lawyer for Bernard de La Villardière
It's up to Gilles Verdez to add his stone to the edifice of reproach.
He believes that when
"we have the life he has, traveling around the world, we avoid having a condescending judgment"
"You can't judge people who suffer at work when you earn a lot of money and so much the better for him, but you don't give lessons to others"
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Bernard de La Villardière will find his lawyer in the person of
, aware of being against the grain of the table:
"I will defend him and I will take it seriously, but it does not matter"
The columnist recognizes that these statements are
“unbearable and haughty”
However, she regrets that in France today
“work is no longer a safe haven, emancipation and freedom”
“The teachers are not happy, the doctors are not happy.
Nobody is happy and it is problematic in society.
And in that, I give him reason, not on the garbage collectors indeed ”
adds Géraldine Maillet.
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It's a big asshole phrase
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