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Understand the world we live in?

published: 30/06/21, 11:51
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Barbara Stiegler and Emmanuel Todd at the Ideal Libraries on June 26, 2021

Everything goes, elections, democracy, Macron, covid, hospitals, neo-liberalism.
The climate and depletions are missing.


Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 30/06/21, 12:22
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published: 01/07/21, 22:21
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humus wrote:Barbara Stiegler and Emmanuel Todd at the Ideal Libraries on June 26, 2021

Everything goes, elections, democracy, Macron, covid, hospitals, neo-liberalism.
The climate and depletions are missing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SPTbjipDO4

It is not with Emmanuel Todd that we can understand the world. Every time I heard him talk about politics on TV, he had to flaunt his Germanophobia. His analyzes are partial and biased, Mélenchon tendency.

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 04/07/21, 15:28
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"I was sure there was something wrong." Maurice has always refused the classic agricultural model… And at 92, he is still working. Organic farmer since 1966, he tells.

He looks back on his story in the documentary "Maurice" by Cultivons Nous TV, directed by Nicolas Fay (Court-Circuit Production):

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 05/07/21, 09:58
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Democracy:

HOW TO RECOVER THE POWER?
Debate 1: State of play on democratic collapse 02:35 - 44:13
Debate 2: What role for media and social networks for 2022? 01:00:10 - 01:47:10
Debate 3: How to renew our democracy? 02:01:05 - 02:49:02
Debate 4: Winning in 2002 or preparing to resist? 03:00:21 - 03:49:55

To take stock of the political situation and the prospects for 2022 and in partnership with several independent media and organizations, Blast is offering you a special program, this Monday, June 28, from 18 p.m. to 22 p.m., 4 discussion panels to understand where we are. are and where we could go.

The program: at 18 p.m., Salomé Saqué de Blast will host the first stage to take stock and understand the current democratic collapse with François Boulo, Anne-Sophie Simpere from Amnesty International, the columnist Usul and the historian Mathilde Larrère.

Laurie Debove, editor-in-chief of La Relève et la Peste, will host the second set at 19 p.m. on the role of media and social networks in 2022, with political streamer Jean Massiet, journalists Anne-Sophie Novel and Samuel Gontier, and Arthur Messaud from La Quadrature du Net.

At 20 p.m., Stacy Algrain from the media Penser après will host the third set on "How to renew our democracy?" With Priscillia Ludosky, the political scientist Fatima Ouassak, Armel the Coz of Open Democracy, and Mathilde Imer of the Popular Primary.

To conclude, Paloma Moritz from Blast will host the last set at 21 p.m. on this central question: How to regain power and reverse the balance of power in the perspective of 2022? With lawyer Arié Alimi, director David Dufresne, the activist who followed the campaign of Bernie Sanders, Clément Pairot, and professor and activist Lumir Lapray.

- To find the work of squaring the net: https://www.laquadrature.net

- To know everything and sign the Appeal of the Popular Primary: https://primairepopulaire.fr/

- To better understand majority judgment: https://mieuxvoter.fr/

- To find the Investies collective, which is committed to the 2022 legislative elections: https://investies.fr/

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 05/07/21, 14:06
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it's not when the bank has already been burgled that you have to worry about the din of the alarm signal and be concerned about silencing it. Removing or even reducing the effects has never touched the causes.

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 06/07/21, 07:02
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Behind liberalism, the dictatorship of British institutions - Valérie BUGAULT

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 06/07/21, 07:03
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Janic wrote:it's not when the bank has already been burgled that you have to worry about the din of the alarm signal and be concerned about silencing it. Removing or even reducing the effects has never touched the causes.

I do not understand what you mean?

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 06/07/21, 07:19
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humus wrote:Democracy:

HOW TO RECOVER THE POWER?
Debate 1: State of play on democratic collapse 02:35 - 44:13
Debate 2: What role for media and social networks for 2022? 01:00:10 - 01:47:10
Debate 3: How to renew our democracy? 02:01:05 - 02:49:02
Debate 4: Winning in 2002 or preparing to resist? 03:00:21 - 03:49:55


already the videos of one hour I find that long, but then the videos of 4 hours : Shock: : Shock:
are you replacing eclectron as a provider of indigestible videos?

like where did eclectron go?

Re: Understand the world we live in?

published: 06/07/21, 07:34
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humus
Janic wrote:
it is not when the bank has already been robbed that you should worry about the noise the alarm signal makes and be concerned about silencing it. Removing or even reducing the effects has never touched them. causes.
I do not understand what you mean?
that is to say that it is not once the damage is done that it is necessary then worrying about its effects and reducing the effects does not reduce the causes.
So, like this covid, after all the infectious diseases that have spread throughout history where we spend our time putting plasters on wooden legs. We must therefore tackle the causes, ie globally the way of life of people; but where it is, relatively, easy with a few thousand individuals, it is almost impossible with a few billion