Secularism, France, Islam and the E.U. . . . Brexit anyone?
Here are excerpts from a review by George Marlin of a freshly translated book on the situation in Europe by Pierre Manet:. . . In France, many of the 1960s radicals worked their way into government bureaucracies in Paris and the European Union’s headquarters in Brussels. The Polish EU parliament member and academic Ryszard Legutko has observed that, from those perches, these unelected secularist apparatchiks have dedicated themselves to controlling every aspect of society, “including ethics and mores, family, churches, schools, universities, community organizations, culture and even human sentiments and aspirations.”This phenomenon has caused a new crisis in France as