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Monday, December 10, 2012

Gerard Depardieu to join 2800 other French emigres in Belgium

Galt's Gulch in bucolic Belgium town of Nechin

by Clifford F. Thies

The great French actor Gerard Depardieu has signaled au revoir to President Hollande and his socialist taxes. He will be relocating to Nechin, Belgium, joining a growing list of wealthy emigres.

Depardieu's best work was his lead role in "Cyrano", for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for best actor, an extremely rare nomination for a non-English language film. Americans may remember him best for his role in the movie "Green Card", for which he won the Golden Globe for best actor. But, "Green Card" is merely a light romantic comedy; you only see glimpses of Depardieu's talent.

And, so, another "man of the mind," this one a performer, leaves the socialist paradise and its scum of mediocrity, the cretins, the envious, the power-lusters and the moochers whom they milk for votes. Good riddance!

In this case, Galt's Gulch is the picturesque Belgium town of Nechin. Follow the link for webcam, and see what it's like for Frenchmen who "Go Galt" in this town.

3 comments:

Carlos Echevarria said...

He is a bloody hypocrite, as he is a long time supporter of the French Socialist Party, was staunchly anti-Pres. Sarkozy &, wholeheartedly, supported Hollande !!!

Hollande was quite clear as to his repugnant direction to fiscal issues, during the campaign.

As an actor, I respect and admire his work, but he is just another, typical, Gucci Marxist-Limousine Liberal type.

Eric Dondero said...

Carlos, your information is wrong. He supported Sarkozy and the UMP.

He may have been a Socialist before. But last election cycle, he went Conservative.

Carlos Echevarria said...

yes, i stand corrected:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2012/03/16/uk-france-politics-depardieu-idUKBRE82F0BR20120316