Duhamel:  stepfather sex abuser?

France is being rocked by a Left-wing Establishment pedo scandal, involving key members of the Leftist establishment. The scandal has also generated a social media campaign with the hashtag #MeTooInceste (after the #MeToo movement in the West).

Ground Zero for the scandal is a book by Camille Kouchner (age 45), La Familia Grande (the extended family), which factually captures the world that the French novelist Michel Houellebecq fictionally captured in his 1998 novel Atomised about France's degenerate elites.

Camille Kouchner is the daughter of the half-Jewish socialist politician Bernard Kouchner (age 81), and step daughter of top Leftist academic and writer Oliver Duhamel (age 70). Duhamel married Camille's mother Evelyn Pisier, a former lover of Fidel Castro, when she divorced Bernard KouchnerPisier is now dead.

According to the book, Duhamel sexually abused Camille's twin brother back in the 1980s when he was 13 years old, something that Duhamel has not denied. Indeed, he has implicitly confirmed it by resigning from several prestigious positions, including his job at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, which oversees and finances the prestigious Sciences Po grande école. He has also played the role of a guilty man by deleting his Twitter account.

The book, however, is not just about one case of repeated sexual assault, but is also an indictment of the degenerate and pedophiliac environment inhabited by members of France's Leftist elites, whom Camille Kouchner accuses of turning a blind eye to the sexual abuse of her brother, even though it was an open secret at the time. 

This is turning into a major scandal for the "Generation of '68," the young student radicals who traded the barricades of the Sorbonne for well paid jobs in the Leftist media, academia, and the government. Much of the sexual abuse of Camille's brother took place at the Duhamel villa on the Riviera where Duhamel presided over sick orgies. 

Alain Finkelkraut, a philosopher of Polish Jewish origin, was recently fired from a TV job after he attempted to defend Duhamel. As reported by the New York Times:

A leading French television news network has fired Alain Finkielkraut, one of the country’s most prominent public intellectuals, for suggesting there may have been a rush to judgment in the downfall this month of a leading political scientist accused of sexually abusing his teenage stepson.

Mr. Finkielkraut, 71, was asked to discuss the case of Olivier Duhamel, 70, who last week quit his university and media posts after the accusations surfaced in a book...

Mr. Finkielkraut, a member of the revered Académie Française, embarked on a series of musings. “Was there consent? At what age did this begin? Was there some form of reciprocity?” When the interviewer reminded him that the case involved “a 14-year-old child,” he said: “And so? We are talking about an adolescent, it’s not the same thing.”

Carrying water for pedophilia is nothing new for the French Left -- or any Left for that matter. Back in 1977 Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Bernard Kouchner signed a letter calling for the decriminalisation of "consensual sex" between adults and children

Leftie pedo supporter Jean-Paul Sartre

A commission to examine questions of incest and child sexual abuse was recently set up by the Macron government. This was headed by the Socialist politician Elisabeth Guigou, but, following revelations of her close ties with Duhamel, she was forced to resign.  

If this gets any worse, the French Leftist Establishment is going to end up sounding even more degenerate than the Alt-Right.

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