For your reading pleasure, here is a brief extract that I translated as best as I could. Enjoy....if you can stomach it;
"Like millions of people, I succumbed to the powerful attraction of English. Over time, I realized that the genius of the language and it's Anglo-American culture is based on a race to the lowest common denominator. Beyond a decadent civilization characterized by a pervasive and omnipresent cinema and superficial music, equally pervasive, I realized that there was something worse attached to the language and culture: intolerance.
This intransigence is evidenced by centuries of incessant wars, and unequalled racism, expressed in slogans such as Ku Klux Klan: "White Power", "Speak white" or " A good Indian is a dead Indian," a formula that has led to the extermination of 40 million people. If the Germans are ashamed of their Nazi past, the English have glorified Amherst, who waged the first biological warfare, Monckton, a practitioner of ethnic cleansing, and Kitchener, who invented concentration camps.
To top it all, Anglophones are ethnocentric and narcissistic in the extreme: they watch only their own films, read only their own books, listen only to their own music and eat almost only their own food - I dare not call it for food.
The skeptics will say that the French, for example, were the same, when France controlled more or less the world. This is wrong, the French, despite their undeniable arrogance, were very open to the world. It is no exaggeration to say that the English are the most ethnocentric people in the history of humanity, nothing less.
I made a revolutionary breakthrough which could explain the superiority complex of anglophones.
Is it be possible that this complex is inherent in language itself? I think so.
In fact, the English language is a unique case in linguistics. In English, the "I" is written with a capital letter. Around the world, where the speaker is French, Portuguese or German- the 'you' is placed on a pedestal, but in English the "I" is placed on the pedestal. This relationship between the almighty "I" and the 'you' smacks of subordination and subjection.
The English language is a hopelessly devoted to imperialism, and the leadership of the negative Anglo-American culture, drives the entire world into decadence and war. Continuing to make English the universal language can only lead us to a dead end. It is time to move on!"
"Francophone Quebeckers are always ready to climb the walls and rip their shirts when an anglophone criticises their culture.
They scream racism, intolerance and xenophobia...
But when a francophone drags the English through the mud, we can hear a pin drop....
Is anti-English racism more acceptable than anti-French racism?"