Greta Thunberg forces the politicians to mumble some semblance of interest in the future of humanity. But they still can’t rethink the models (economic, social), because GDP is nice. I say bravo, Greta. Let’s be consequential and recognize that this fight has a lot more muzzle than those in favour of free trade (of wealth, no lives).

Continue reading

Here we go again. Regularly, politicians, media and other agitators of thought hit a line of “veilophobia”. Once again, the finger is pointed at a piece of cloth not to mention the underlying societal problems, the disintegration of society under the weight of inequalities linked to neoliberal positions.

Continue reading

The French gorvernment declared its desire to ban pesticides from fences. It wants to prohibit their dispersion at less than ten metres from houses. We have then heard farmers (at the TV, he was from Toulouse for example) complaining about the millions of hectares lost… which would lead to the end of countless land farmers in France.

Continue reading

Yes, I write this a pack of years after the war … but thinking about it, I thought it was worth writing it.
I like gore. The viscera, the blood, the brain, the dismemberments: it’s nice. But it’s not because there is blood that I will enjoy it… and that’s why I struggle with “torture porn”. Think of Eli Roth’s Hostel or one of the very first episodes of The Walking Dead S07. You know what I mean? Pain is not the emotional register that suits me.
Continue reading

I do not know what else to say about this series: you have to watch it. But I can at least write a little about it. Inspired by the 80s of ET, but also by “Stand by me” and the universe of Stephen King in general, calling into mind the “Goonies”… Stranger Things is perfectly modern but will especially speak to children of the 80s.

Continue reading