Is it time for the government, mocking minds will doubtless mock, to look into the ravages of separatism when almost all of France is getting exasperated about pensions?
More than a forced passage through Parliament, the anger that has erupted as if in spasms in the streets since the crisis of the "yellow vests" feeds on the collapse of the State, its inability to respond to the great challenges of the globalization, of its capitulations;
and the violence that thrives within it is deliberately aimed at its collapse.
In such a context, isn't it, precisely, urgent to try to save what remains of universalism, without which the Republic no longer holds?
Eighteen months after its promulgation, Sonia Backès, Secretary of State for Citizenship, presents the modest results of a law itself timidly titled "law confirming the principles of the Republic".
We will, of course, have temporarily closed several mosques dispensing sermons openly...
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