Michel Houellebecq: "A civilization which legalizes euthanasia loses all rights to respect"
She dreamed of another world.
A surreality made up of soft mobility, inclusive writing, citizen vegetable gardens, degenerate town planning, green walls, resilient sheep on the edge of the ring road.
A fluid utopia like the movement of a scooter between the yellow studs of a coronapist.
A city-world, capital of progressive “feel good”.
While Newspeak is valuable for speeches, it doesn't pick up trash, mend potholes, or clean up dirt.
Once the words are gone, a disfigured city remains before our eyes.
Stuffed perspective, dissonant furniture, dilapidated heritage, boneless bikes, rats emerging from the earth, abandoned wooden pallets: Paris is a ZAD.
But unlike other alternative areas, it is the public authorities who organize the disorder.
Anne Hidalgo and her team defend themselves and assure them, their city is clean as a new penny.
The thousands of pictures that feed the #SaccageParis account?
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