„The sidaïques, by breathing the virus through all their pores, put into question the equilibrium of the nation... The sidaïque is contagious by his sweat, his saliva, his contact. It's a kind of leper.“

—  Жан-Мари Ле Пен, Statement on the TV station Antenne 2 (6 May 1987)
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французский политик, депутат Европарламента 1928
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