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The End of the French Socialists?

The End of the Socialist Party? Not so sure….

The French Socialist Party (PS) is still in the throes of its historic rout in this year’s Presidential and Legislative elections. 315 more words

European Left

Going Public: What Reinventing Paris Can Teach London

That the Internet is in the process of transforming many sectors is by now a truism, but this fact does not make the phenomenon any less real; moreover, the depth of the potential for what is ultimately just a series of networked computers to improve everyday lived experience cannot be underestimated. 425 more words

United Kingdom

Le camp macroniste; lieu de toutes les convergences mondialistes et transhumanistes

D’abord, la satisfaction que l’on peut éprouver de voir desserré le carcan du pays légal – avec l’échec du PS et des Républicains, tous deux en voie de disparition  – ne doit pas confiner à l’euphorie puisque les deux camps qui restent en présence sont, pour l’un le lieu de toutes les convergences mondialistes et transhumanistes  223 more words

Limites De La République

Six considerations on the French elections

  1. The exhaustion of traditional parties.

The absence of both mainstream political parties that have dominated French political life for the last decades from the 2nd round of the elections mirror the current period of rapid political reshuffling, of disintegration of old categories and schemes of understanding, and of great uncertainty and volatility, across the West. 1,439 more words

Macron defeats Le Pen in the first round

Emmanuel Macron is on course to defeat Marine Le Pen in the first round of election votes, despite Le Pen having been predicted for week to be on top in the first. 128 more words

Everything you need to know about the French election

This article was published on The Huffington Post

One of my favourite French words is bouleversement. It means disruption or upheaval. Zidane’s head-butt in the 2006 World Cup final represented… 989 more words