“Arcade” – Les Douze Points De La France Vont Aux…Pays-Bas

Arcade

Arcade est une histoire sur la recherche de l’amour de votre vie. C’est l’espoir pour la chose – parfois – inaccessible. – Duncan Laurence   L’amour a toujours été pour moi la plus grande des affaires, ou plutôt la seule. – Stendhal   Que puis-je dire quand la France donne aux Pays-Bas “douze points” mérités? […]

Femicide In Europe – A Question Of Manhood

The victims all had a Christian name – Suzanne, Ingrid, Florence, Catherine… Most had a job – schoolteacher, bank employee, secretary… They all had parents, friends, neighbours, and many had children. Their Christian names are our names and their jobs are our jobs. We too, have parents, friends, and for many of us, children. For […]

Returning Jihadists Should Be Tried For Crimes Against Humanity

Shamima Begum deserves, like all Jihadists, not a criminal court hidden somewhere in the centre of London, but one that reflects the universality of the crimes she supports.      Europe faces a problem not only with migrants from worn-torn Islamic countries, but with returning Jihadists who, technically at least, are still European citizens. It’s an […]

Domestic Violence – Because It Was Her, Because It Was Me…

A 31-year-old French woman, known as “ Aïda,” has been found partially responsible for her paraplegia, after having  returned home to her companion, whilst knowing that he was violent – having been victim to domestic violence in the past – and despite police advice not to do so. The couple had no home of their […]

The Living Dead (1): Victor Hugo – “The Last Day Of A Condemned Man”

  Anthony Charles Graves (born August 29, 1965) is the 138th exonerated death row inmate in America. With no record of violence, he was arrested at 26 years old, wrongfully convicted, and incarcerated for 18 years before finally being exonerated and released. He was awarded $1.4 million for the time he spent imprisoned, and the prosecutor who put him in prison was […]