Film Review: “I Am Mother” – When A.I. Meets Immanuel Kant

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Film Title: I Am Mother (2019) (Netflix) Director: Grant Sputore   I’m not really a science-fiction fan and you can probably count the number of sci-fi films that I actually enjoyed and/or understood, with the fingers of one hand. My list is finite but does include Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters which is certainly one of […]

CINEMA: “Désobéissance” – Un Film Froid Sur Un Amour Chaud

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Désobéissance est un film fascinant et magnifique sur la transgression de deux femmes dans une société plus que conservatrice dirigée par les hommes et la religion. Rien de nouveau me direz-vous, mais c’est ce manque de nouveauté qui rend le film encore meilleur. C’est un mélodrame auquel tout le monde peut et doit s’identifier. Le […]

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 […]

Jihadist Fighters Jago Riedijk And Shamima Begum – “Come Back Home, All Is Forgiven!”

Whereas it took me the best part of half a century to find the love of my life, this particular Jihadist fighter needed just 240 hours to fall in love, in the middle of a desert, with an underage schoolgirl from Bethnal Green, disguised as representing an Arabian version of the Buddhist nirvana. Ten days […]

Is France Facing An Anti-Semitic Insurrection?

The escalating violence associated with the yellow vest demonstrations, coupled with the ever-increasing incoherence of their political and social demands raises the question of whether France is facing insurrection. What is more worrying however, is that this popular rebellion is being used as a pretext for violence and, more dangerously, for antisemitism. Both have nothing […]

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 […]