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Mémoires d'immigrés, l'héritage maghrébin (1997)

A three part story of the North African immigration to France.

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Yamina Benguigui
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A three part story of the North African immigration to France.

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The shock
1 March 2015 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

I was so used with the junk history of the anti-Semites that I was not expecting the concentration camp atmosphere. Sure, the cases are hand picked. But the picked cases have went more than the people I know in three generations.

The shock was from another part. The officials. The serenity which they radiate when they they express facts that would seem monstrous even to them if white skinned people were involved. One can argue those were the morals back in the 1960s. But the interviews are late 1990s.

Funny thing, once I have seen all the three parts I realized the bottomless stupidity of the right wing. On one hand they are proud to have second rate cars like the ones made by Renault and Citroen, and on the other the fault rests entirely with the poor humans herded by the recruiters to keep those brands alive and the cars cheap.

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4 February 1998 (France) See more »

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Immigrant Memories See more »

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