Dialogue judéo-chrétien: Pour que la croix n’éclipse plus l’étoile (Let not the cross eclipse the star)
Attention: un symbole peut en cacher un autre!
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/294130/lather-rinse-and-repeat-mark-steyn Lather, Rinse, and Repeat By Mark Steyn March 21, 2012 9:47 P.M. Comments 110 The killer of French schoolchildren and soldiers turns out to be a man calledMohammed Merah. The story can now proceed according to time-honored tradition: Stage One: The strange compulsion to assure us that the killer is a “right wing conservative extremist,” in […]
France vs Turquie au Moyen-Orient This rivalry is nothing new. Since Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798, France and Turkey have competed for dominance in the Middle East. France’s rise as a Mediterranean power has been an inverse function of Turkish decline around the same sea. As the Ottoman Empire gradually collapsed, France acquired Algeria, Tunisia […]
L’Union Américaine ? It’s a languid morning in Peoria, as a husband and wife are having breakfast. “You’re sure you don’t want eggs and bacon?” the wife asks. “Oh, no, I prefer these croissants,” the husband replies. “They have a lovely je ne sais quoi.”
Dunkirk marked the end of Britain’s war and the beginning of an uneasy peace with Hitler. By 1952 Britain and Germany have divided Africa. Britain’s colonies are ailing, whereas the German territories are ruled by a demonic warlord, Walter Hochburg, who is building a network of indestructible autobahns while at the same time cleansing the […]
Le Rat, c’est Chirac… Hitchens est probablement mort avant d’avoir appris que Chirac avait enfin ete condamne pour corruption. Son eulogie sur le Wallt Street Journal aujord’hui The Rat That Roared By Christopher Hitchens The Wall Street Journal | February 6, 2003 To say that the history of human emancipation would be incomplete without the […]
Excellent (et tellement vrai) 😀 Une deuxième question mériterait d’être posée : pourquoi les (jeunes) femmes jouent-elles à ce point les naïves sur ce sujet ?
Proposed S. Korean Towers Resemble Exploding World Trade Center The unveiling of pictures of planned luxury residential towers scheduled to be built in Seoul, South Korea, has sparked instant controversy. The reason is obvious. The towers, which include a so-called “cloud” feature connecting them around the 27th floors, clearly resemble the World Trade Towers in […]
Une taxe de 15 centimes sur les sapins de Noël? Dérisoire… Mais non! Nous ne sommes pas des moutons. Pas des franchouilles, surtaxés et en redemandant.
1) Surprise! No warming in last 11 years Last week, a research team at Berkeley led by a former climate change skeptic released a study of global temperatures that intended to set the record straight on controversial data collected by the East Anglia Project, NASA, and other organizations that have acted as advocates for action […]
Une affiche à la Nouvelle-Orléans. Les démocrates sont insultés; « atteinte à la dignité présidentielle », qu’ils disent. Ils n’ont pas pipé mot pour les placards Bush=Hitler, quelle est la différence? Comprends pas 😉
The European political class still thinks that an assertion of its mystical belief can alter reality: that what it insists is so, will be so.
Our New Cold War By Victor Davis Hanson Posted on September 12, 2011 1:23 AM One unfortunate current in the commemorations of the tenth year after 9/11 has been a widely promoted narrative that we lashed out, overreacted, and — through Afghanistan, Iraq, and the war on terror — not only lost our post-9/11 unity and […]
Those Post-9/11 -isms and -ologies: A Look Back at a Decade Posted By Victor Davis Hanson On September 7, 2011 @ 9:09 am In Uncategorized | 38 Comments The Never-ending Day Like millions of Americans, I did not sleep much on the night of September 11. I was horrified all day, but by the evening […]
Mais plein d’humour quand même… Mad Debt A threat to liberty. On Thursday, in honor of Barack Obama’s 50th birthday, the Dow dropped ten points for every year he has walked among us. It was the ninth largest drop in history. We should be relieved he wasn’t turning eighty. The markets are apparently concerned that […]
By JAMES GRANT Because nobody else can understand them, modern economists speak to one another. They gossip in algebra and remonstrate in differential calculus. And when the pungently correct mathematical equation doesn’t occur to them, they awkwardly fall back on the English language, like a middle-aged American trying to remember his high-school Spanish. The economist […]