‘Gender-neutral’ French banned from government papers

Nov 23, 2017
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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has ruled that “State administrations must comply with grammatical and syntactic rules, especially for reasons of intelligibility and clarity.”

As everyone ought to know, without proper grammar and syntax, logic is impossible, and the inevitable problems of human sinfulness are magnified by the muddle that ensues.  Tolerance should rightly end when the rules of grammar are ignored.

Vive la France!

Read the full article in The Telegraph

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