Toni Nadal re-visited the subject of the remarks made by the former French minister Roseylne Bachelot's remarks in an editorial. The article repeated Toni's thoughts on how a person who's had such an important role couldn't make such declarations.
Then Toni also added, 'The television channels that promote such TV shows are actually doing their own business. I do not blame them more than I would blame the whole society that enjoys such theatrical functions daily.
It would be highly desirable and very progressive, that now it is a fashion word, understand that freedom of expression has nothing to do with slander and insult.' And he also talked about the general public as well and said, 'Society that wants to be really from the first world should hear good arguments.
And these are always based on some good knowledge, good reasoning and a calm disposition. All signs of good intelligence.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer and Juan Monaco share their criticism on the tournament of Rome