For Emmanuel Macron, the relationship between France and Algeria is reminiscent of Paul Klee’s painting Angelus novus.

It’s about the old bridge…

Built in the Middle Ages and now in ruins, but with its arches still standing on the river Lavoûte-sur-Loire, its inhabitants

tells me the Awakening of the Upper Loirewill vote to know if the remains will be saved… Because under the penalty of losing 77,000 euros proposed by the Heritage Fund, we have to start work by the end of the month, but even with this subsidy, we remain at the bonbon account, so we sacrificed ourselves to save the past in the town hall – we put the ballot box to decide whether or not to give…

There is sometimes a richness in this past: I read

Shipping In Balma, families bring old things to auctioneers, and the rooms stored with antique dishes turned out to be napoleon, for 2,000 euros – does the old bridge need to search the attics of the Upper Loire…

It is also an argument of the past and is read in Point

beautiful acidic editing by director Etienne Gernelle, which aims… my apple! – and this press review

-Because last Thursday I criticized Le Point for not fixing Michel Welbeck pages accused Jean-Paul Sartre of once calling for the killing of white people. We are talking here

From Sartre’s 1961 foreword to Franz Fanon’s book,

“The Cursed of the Earth”… You will read, I will give you many links, but it is difficult to discuss old long texts in sentences …

I note that you are happy

In Marianna A book is coming out about this decolonizing Martinique psychiatrist, Frantz Fanon, whose author, Kevin Boucot-Victoire, rewrites Fanon in a universalist vein – the past carries our words.

Let me also mention that Etienne Gernelle evokes this sentence about me.We are usually more slanderous than malicious.– bang! It’s La Rochefoucauld, it’s chic to make fun of a beautiful language…

At the same point comes an important interview between the writer Kamel Daoud, the conscience of the newspaper and Emmanuel Macron. About the past and present relationship between Algeria and France…

Macron, who described colonization as a “crime against humanity” in 2017, does not use the word – he did not measure how risky Algeria is, says the head of state, who refuses to apologize. Kamel Daoud says he appears to be a “young president who doesn’t have time” to restore shared memories. But two people are working on it.

Macron says that France needs to get out of the amnesia it inflicted on Algeria, Daoud says that he is an Algerian, silenced about the civil war of the 90s and brings Macron to our modern issues. Iranian women have already won because they are not afraid to die, a Nietzschean situation, says the president who does not know how to discuss without philosophy.

He also tells Macron that France-Algeria relations Angelus novus is like Paul Klee’s painting “pushing towards the future but looking back with a fearful gaze”.

I will only reprimand Point here in a friendly way, not to repeat this fragile description that Macron reminds us of the philosopher Paul Ricoeur, who is Macron’s assistant, Ricoeur, we always talk about his past. ..

Great newspaper texts like Daoud-Macron du Point encourage us to go further.

.. On the Télérama website, I found out that Klee was filming It was bought for four cents in 1921 by the German Jewish philosopher Walter Benjamin, who saw in it the “angel of history” and the painting still accompanied him when he committed suicide, was banished, and banned from the world at the Franco border. In 1940, the Spanish…

We are also talking about the future…

Who will see us (who knows) human space beyond Earth and first to Mars, Elon Musk’s only real stake?

Obs explains to us with a detailed portrait To the roots of the science fiction billionaire who wants to borrow a tunnel boring machine to dig the future caves of our exile on Mars…

Musk’s exploration is a journey into an idealistic and terrifying future; he thinks that people with the highest IQ should have children, and he has nine, he is a follower of a philosophy, a long-standing philosophy that admits that it is better for the future of the species to save more citizens of rich countries. more useful than those of poor countries… Together with his friends Peter Thiel and David Sacks, he believes that Pay Pal, the legalization of Silicon Valley, technology will save the world and not interfere with the rules of states. economist Cedric Durant says this is the way of the future

the embodiment of a new political, techno-feudal era, where technology lords more powerful than governments rule humanity…

What will remain of the ruins of our age.

At Télérama, a researcher from Saint-Etienne, Anthony Galluzoentrepreneur-hero, accompanying his book on the myth of Silicon Valley legend Musk, says go “holy,” just as Steve Jobs before him was a good customer first.

In the world I read far from the bluff that tech-savvy American and Japanese scientists want to know why the heart is on the left side… The cell is in a zebrafish with an eyelash beat… Musk can’t do anything…

Finally, we are talking about oil…

In salvation you will read a long epic study where you see a middle class diplomat businessman so successful that he forgets that he bought a Bentley, a liquid agent, an iPad and a diary full of secret accounting to turn your head and the Congolese Brazzaville’s oil revenues for the greater benefit of President Nguesso’s clan could be redirected.

But oil is not everything

Since Figaro It tells of a ship being designed at Atlantic shipyards for the Accor hotel group, which will be the world’s largest sailing ship in 2026, taking its privileged passengers to the Aegean and the Mediterranean, the birthplace of civilization. .

In the world I read the family of fishermen Wicklin Speaking of three generations, du Calvados, Jean-Marie aged 90, Alain 74 and Jerome aged 49, the truth of the sea, their lives earned by diesel, we fell into the nets of the Germans for a long time. There were mines of war, cold, prosperity, crisis, they don’t know how this day will pass…

In

assembly and in

progress you will read the end of a company that the liquid court called Toupargel became “La place du marché”, fresh produce in the village, frozen food delivered to the house, we ordered by phone because the internet was difficult; We follow Odile’s last tour of the Puy-de-Dôme, soup, cabbage, a disabled lady dreading tomorrow, “so it’s over,” and yes, it’s over.

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