Thursday, November 16, 2006

The Long View

Maurice G. Dantec:

There is no strict definition of France, France is what it becomes. It had origins: the Roman-Celtic-Germanic hybrid civilization, thanks to the operative “disjunction” of Christianity. It had a destiny: the creation of Holy Imperial Europe. It had a history: the treason against its own holy mission, its poor wretch demolished vis-a-vis the English power (without mentioning being routed by Nazi panzers), the invention of nationalism/ liberalism/ socialism, its’ many collaborations with the totalitarianism of the moment.

It has one definition at present: its imminent dissolution in the euro-Islamic bathtub, and a “future”: that is to say an unprecedented crisis of social policy which one can only politely call “civil war”.

Is that the Future?!
The Fuse is Lit! (No Pasaran)

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