French children forced to shout 'Long Live Sarkozy!' when Sarkozy visited their school

Children forced to shout 'Long Live Sarkozy!' when French president visited their school

By Peter Allen

Last updated at 9:01 AM on 15th February 2012

The French president has caused an outcry after dozens of infant school children were forced to chant 'Long Live Sarkozy!' when he visited their school.

Parents complained about the youngsters being used as 'propaganda tools' after they were made to treat Nicolas Sarkozy as a hero, waving Tricolour flags and constantly shouting his name.

Some were even kissed by Mr Sarkozy, who is hugely unpopular and widely expected to lose the presidential election being held in France in the Spring.

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Controversy: Nicolas Sarkozy (centre) with Mayor of Lavaur Bernard Carayon (second left) at a visit to a day-care centre in Lavaur. At a nearby infant school children were forced to chant 'Long Live Sarkozy' when he visited

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The NWO is certainly pushing the 'cult of personality' of the Elite onto the younger generation...
Mssr. Sarkozy would do well to remember that when pushed, the French people have little time for tyrants

"L'histoire se répète!"

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