Let's remember his bloody footsteps.
- Way back in early 1990-s he stood for Bosnian Muslims in Yugoslavia.
- In 1999 he authored some articles calling to bomb Serbia in favour of the 'Kosovo Liberation Army'.
- During the war in South Ossetia he was with Saakashvili, then President of Georgia who unleashed the war during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing.
- In 2011 he supported his friend Sarkozy and called for military intervention in Libya (and there were delivered full loads of democracy and all possible rights and freedoms to this country).
- In 2013 he raised his voice against the 'bloody Assad's regime' in Syria, calling West to intervene.
- On February 9, 2014 he spoke at Maidan in Kiev; next day his speech was printed by Le Monde, titled "We All Are Ukrainians".
So it was, e.g., in former Yugoslavia and in Libya, so it has been in Ukraine, and now with his second visit to Ukraine things are supposed to get even worse and bloodier.
Syria and Libya are forgotten now; the next target is Russia. Here is his recent article published by a pro-Ukrainian web site. One who has eyes can see: his hatred of Putin sound just as stupid and zoologic as it can be. And stating that "the Russian nation state is no older than the Ukrainian" he just announces a total lack of knowledge in things this 'philosopher' dares to speak about.
Luckily for us, there are sober minded people that know his price. Hopefully, this picture published by some French journalists sometimes comes true. Freedom of speech is nice, but I am confident such black sheeps of human race should not have access to media.
And there will be less hatred and bloodsheds in the world.