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Be the first to ask a question about Les intellectuels faussaires. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 20, Ietrio rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Nobody. Shelves: junk. The French who get to write books are very verbose. I had no idea who this Pascal Boniface is. Or what is his game.

I reached this book in search of a perspective on Caroline Fourest. She is quite loud, quite impatient, yet her reasoning is not too sound. That is my opinion so far. So what are other people thinking of her discourse? After reading the chapter dedicated to Caroline Fourest The French who get to write books are very verbose. After reading the chapter dedicated to Caroline Fourest I see Pascal Boniface as the regular French academic: an intellectual fraud with way too many complexes.

Pascal Boniface is very provincial. His culture is mostly the ephemeral and shallow popular TV shows. He also excels at giving epithets. Way too verbose, yet in a suspect way, the qualificatives lack any shadow of support. Meaning they are simply cheap insults and nothing more. Maybe they should be self evident. And this thought only brings the image of a backwater preacher doing his preaching to the choir.

The first pages he keeps repeating that Caroline Fourest is young. That in itself is no argument, but an issue with his complexes, see below. Also in this first part every paragraph he reminds the reader Fourest is a woman. The quality of her discourse is not an issue, but do you know that she only has "qu'un diplome de troisieme cycle comme bagage universitaire"?

And that gives the key to the text: a young gay woman reaching almost as high as him in the French state machine. That is unfair! Pascal Boniface's discourse is also of a very low quality. Somehow Pascal seems to fail to grasp the sense of the words when it serves him. So the published tapes of Tariq Ramadan that are sold in book shops are not public, but French popular TV shows are.

But hey! Pascal has a TV and he does not buy tapes or CDs unless his employer is paying. Or something. For Pascal Boniface the book "Frere Tariq" is filled with mistakes and lie. Haven't read any of the texts, although I know the French media enjoys a spitting contest. So I was more than happy to reach the argument for the lies and mistakes. The examples take as much as the introduction. They are circumstantial at best.

Or to quote Pascal a "peu probable" from his part is a clear case of lying. That plus arguments like "Saint Caroline" should make the author a clear intellectual fraud. Sarcasm, for this clown, is a placeholder for reasoning.

Along you get the quotes. But what quotes! Ramadan, saying in 14 lines something that can be resumed "I never said that". In the end, arguments always belong to another, and Pascal Boniface is only spitting the name-calling.

His few arguments are supported with a full stop, giving the feeling of "and it's like that". For the French society at large that might be an argument. The quote is broken. Maybe Pascal Boniface has taped the show. I am not even aware the show took place. So I have to take his word. Next paragraph, same TV show. Caroline Fourest says something long, referring to probably a larger quote than that given by Pascal. In the end she is saying the same thing: that Mr.

Ramadan is targeted by Ms. Fourest because of his support for Palestine. A wasted full page so that Pascal Boniface turn out victorious: see? She IS lying. More broken quotes follow. And Pascal Boniface is the joke idiot that tries to relate the "he said, she said".

Is Caroline Fourest a serial liar as stated in this book? I don't know. Now I know about her as much as I knew before that. Plus an index of the TV shows watched by Pascal Boniface. Than what is her sin? Caroline Fourest has testified in court in favor of a man dragged into trials by Pascal Boniface. And that man is "pourfendeur utile de l'islamisme".

And the next chapter. Alhlaly rated it did not like it Dec 19, Mais Habib rated it did not like it Jul 18, Yassir El rated it did not like it Nov 04, Haider Albadri rated it did not like it Jan 27,


Les intellectuels faussaires: le triomphe médiatique des experts en mensonge

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