Two months of health crisis, two months which will have been enough to shape and transform the world as no one before has ever succeeded.
During this period, certain populations have been submissive to what arises out of nowhere as a fatality, population for whom the civic duties in order to face it quickly became a priority. Civic duties which performed in this way, incompatible with individual freedom, would have no other goals than to lead the world towards chaos, despotism and dictatorship.
The health crisis has divided, revealed social inequalities even more and highlighted the limits of a disparate system to overcome this scourge from China.
In recent weeks we have also seen an adjective emerge from the dictionary to which no one until now had ever really paid attention.
The essential adjective whose etymological form “Essence” glaringly reveals its true meaning to us:
“Essence” is the properties or attributes by means of which something can be placed in its proper class or identified as being what it is.
We have therefore, after having learned to wash our hands, discovered what was essential today and what was not, thus exposing an enslaved society, where these populations just good enough to be crammed into subway trains. such as cattle to go to their place of work, or even to vote, had no access to festive places, the right to have fun, or to learn.
A regression, a transgression leading to an inversion of epitaphs, thus substituting “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” to “Work, Family, Fatherland” where the culture sacrificed on the altar of an autocratic and dictatorial capitalism would no longer have its place, would be thrown away in the flames of Dante, in the name of what must be essential in order to save all of humanity.
These academics of a new kind, sorcerer’s apprentices of semantics, protected by the rule of law, to play a dangerous game which could well assimilate them to the executioners of the Buddhas of Bamiyan and set fire to the powder.
But from the abyss to the light there is only one step and there will be only salvation, if and only if a will and a political conscience arises from this cataclysm. If the people also want to fight to get out of this ambient obscurantism, to save the future of young generations before the death knell resounds in cities criss-crossed by shadows.