Last Thursday, I was with my wife at the terrace of a McDonald restaurant, and we were having lunch. We were talking when a group of persons arrived and asked if the other chairs around our table were available. I replied that we were only two, and these people sat down around the table with us. According to their talking, they were obviously from Netherlands. They began talking so that my wife and I couldn't go further in our conversation. I asked these people to respect our intimity, but they kept on talking, just like we weren't there. My wife and I finally left the table, and one of the women made a sign, just like saying with hypocrisy : "don't feel hurried, we are not disturbed by your presence". That was too much at this point. I went into anger and yelled : "anyway, you people from Netherlands, you are so unpolite that we don't need you, neither here nor in Europe !". None of them reacted. Of course, what I said was not a reflect of what I think about people from Netherlands, but it's true that here, in the South of France, many of them are very unpolite. Though, in their own country which I visited several times, they are really fine people. Probably some of them act that way because many people native from South of France are unpolite and respectless themselves. Well, I dunno. Anyway, I'm always respectful of other people, and I don't regret yelling at these ********. Just I realized I committed discrimination, and it's anger that made me act that way.