Cécile Alduy

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Sickened. Disgusted. Outraged. Already I can sense that France is no longer struck simply with shock and grief by the horror that unfolded in Nice on Thursday night, as was the case after the attacks in Paris and Saint-Denis last November. This time, after being hit yet again by hatred so absolute and deadly that it defies the imagination, the collective feeling — at least what I am hearing and reading — is turning to anger.

France is sick of grieving. That’s bad news on top of bad news.

Even before the apocalyptical scene of that gigantic white truck rushing purposefully into the crowd heading back from the Bastille Day fireworks along Nice’s coast, French society was already on edge.…  Seguir leyendo »