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Bourgeois Morality

They say to a child, “Do not kill!” but right after, “Make War!”

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Bourgeois Morality

Bourgeois Morality[1]

We asked our great friend Séverine to give us her opinion on this expired morality whose moral disorder resulting from the war has gone bankrupt and is nothing but dead weight on the new generation. 1,944 more words

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Skyfall

Just two Bond films from the finish line we managed to get caught up with lots of boring real-life stuff like moving house and changing jobs. 4,442 more words

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Prayer to the Nameless

Because it costs dearly to serve you, it allows me to proudly claim my title to disgrace.

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Prayer to the Nameless

Prayer to the Nameless[1]

     In your devastated temple, before your forbidden altar, here I am bending my knees in homage, O Divine!, stretching out my hands to call for help, O Venerable!, lifting up my heart as an offering, my whole being filled with ardent fervor, throbbing with ultimate hope, O Protector! 862 more words

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22-Horrors of War

And with her usual insight she watched the people stretching out their docile necks, ready for the knife.

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22-Horrors of War

22-Horrors of War

In February 1905 Séverine published an article in Je Sais Tout entitled “The Horrors of War” in which she meticulously enumerates the deaths produced by the ensemble of wars in the 19th century. 990 more words

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