Editorial

Growing up in Piennes Lorraine, the war years continued grandir a Piennes les annees de guerre 5

When WW1 begun in 1914, Poland didn’t really exist, it was split between the Russian Empire and Austro-Hungarian Empire. If my paternal Grandpa found himself immediately enrolled on the Germanic side, the other was on the Russian side. And yet he found himself prisoner of war of the Bolsheviks. Go figure. Was he forcefully enrolled … Continue reading »

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The Templar curse La Rochelle, la maledicition des Templiers.

La Rochelle is a very interesting city on many point. Although known in Gaelic times than later under Roman control, she did not become important until it became a “commune”, a franchised town with its own mayor, city council and other city notables (read bourgeois) to run the city. The name of the first mayor … Continue reading »

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The Templar curse, la maledicition des Templiers.

A while ago I mentioned how the Forest d’Orient was flooded to become the Lake d’Orient and how no research are possible in the area. All the underground infrastructure ordered by the Knights is no longer available for historical and archaeological. I also noticed the legal action ordered by the French government immediately occured after … Continue reading »

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Back to Walden, a healthy(ier) living, Retour a Walden, un mode de vie (plus) sain

OK I lied, I can not return to Walden as I never went to it in the first place. What I know of Thoreau comes from reading his books, mainly “Civil Disobedience” and of course “Walden” but of course the two are linked. Moving to Walden was for Thoreau the beginning of civil disobedience. Also, … Continue reading »

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France November 11th, 11 novembre

Yesterday was November 11th, day of remembrance. 96 years ago, on that date ended the war to end all wars. Utopia! To commemorate, some idiots dressed like a Sunday who never fought a day in their miserable lives went to various place to place flowers on the graves of people they do not know, and … Continue reading »

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France Idiocracy

Few years ago a French dude wrote an essay called France Orange Mecanique (France Clockwork Orange) in which he describes the state of insecurtity in the country.  Laurent Obertone is free of his opinions and many French folks tend to believe him, mainly (and unfortunately) the far right movements.  So I figure if one dude … Continue reading »

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Panga filet “au Boursin”, Filet de Panga au Boursin.

The thing about living alone is that cooking becomes quickly a chore.  When you cook for others, chance are you will tempted to prepare something that will be either nasty so they will not come back or something scrumptious if you do.  However when you’re alone you actually don’t care about what your next meal … Continue reading »

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Growing up in Piennes Lorraine, the war years continued grandir a Piennes les annees de guerre 3

What make people changes, make him communist one day fascist the next. If the majority of Italians who moved to the States were ordinary folks looking for work and freedom to do so, if some made it to the Front page of national media for unfortunate reasons, the majority just wanted to make it by … Continue reading »

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Hayange France politically incorrect French flag Le drapeau tricolore politiquement incorrect.

You have to live in this country to actually believe it. And yet it is true, the French flag is becoming now politically incorrect for a marxist media such Liberation. The nearly bankrupt paper is trying to attract readership by printing nonsense. I couldn’t find the news in English so here I will do a … Continue reading »

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Socialo-Marxism vs Darwin, le socialo-marxisme contre Darwin

Confucius, who never met neither Carl Marx nor Darwin once wrote (or said) (maybe): “Give a man a fish he will eat one day, teach him how to fish he will eat his entire life.” The quote is worth pondering .  If you think about it, Confucius was really ahead of his time and his … Continue reading »

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