Si l'on n'est plus que mille, eh bien, j'en suis ! Si même
Ils ne sont plus que cent, je brave encor Sylla ;
S'il en demeure dix, je serai le dixième ;
Et s'il n'en reste qu'un, je serai celui-là !
For me, Robert Ménard is a hero - and so he is for anyone who knows what kind of courage it takes in today's France, to even briefly flash a tiny part of spine when it comes to defend this once gallant country, declaring that one loves it and that one intends to defend it's elegantly old-worldly traditions.
Robert Ménard, co-founder of Reporters without Borders is 20 feet tall and if you watch this little video (thanks to Vlad for the sub-titling) you will know that I speak metaphorically. The rather prosaic Wikipedia Article will prove, yet again, that a "Hero" never comes without flaws......I believe that Robert Ménard came to us via Trotskysm .... or even worse ;).
He personally won me over when he started out on his way to becoming persona non-grata among the "bien-pensants" (and yes I use the word in the pejorative sense) daring - at the height of the PC era getting a foothold on Western society - to suggest that in the case of Daniel Pearl's kidnapping and murder a case for discussing the legitimacy of torture could be made...
Robert Ménard presently, as reported on Riposte Laique, being prosecuted for publishing this picture:
|The Journal of Béziers|
They are coming !
The files on Béziers' Asylum Seekers.
I always try to not only play any piece of music but to make it - even tangentially - relevant to the "message" of the post. For you to judge if I succeed. But this time I have no idea what to play. So I chose this little ditty - if for no other reason than the unintentionally funny comments it seems to inspire, (we really "don't get it, do we)...
(*) yes I know it's sexist, so? Sue me !