Not long ago, when a noble foreigner - let alone the King of England - rang the doorbell while we were in the midst of a family row in the house, everything miraculously returned to normal: one hastily readjusted her bun, the other tugged at her skirt, the third knotted her tie, the fourth banged on the cushions of the sofa, the old dog was quickly relegated to the kitchen, and the young girl of the house went to open the door with a pleasant smile and blooming, sending back to the admiring visitor the image of a harmonious family in a house as welcoming as it is well kept.
But that was the world before Sandrine Rousseau and Jean-Luc Mélenchon.
Since the eruptive state of mind that inhabits them is widespread in society and the media, everything changes: the boundary between the inside and the outside of the house is abolished, the internal quarrel and the universal struggle no longer matter. that one, the visiting neighbor can turn into a hostage, and the revolutionary aspiration...
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