Sunday, 22 March 2015

Capitalism and the Soixante-huitards

I'm developing a theory about how France
morphed from a '68 (year of big youth riots)
society into a cynical Sarkozy-type Gallic
rip-off of Germany, with bankers taking
centre stage.

It seems that the '68 Rebels are as responsible
as anybody else, because they're now in charge.

I'll weave in sources as broad as Private Eye
(the Gods of alt-media) and the Guardian
to explain how this came about, and it
weaves in the Charlie Hebdo debacle, and
this movie from Costa Gavras.

In this scene (sorry for the espagnol) is
where the soixante-huitards get their
comeupance from the banker, at the dinner

more later