Posted under Music
Mes Aïeux (French for “My Ancestors”) is the Québécois group famous for its double platinum album En Famille with the hit song “Dégénération” (English subtitles). Though I can’t understand a word, “Toune En On” has a great sound – another French treasure largely unknown by the English-speaking world.
The music video appears critical of television viewing and perhaps mass society in general. I’m dying to see an English translation.
Vaguely related to this, according to Jean Raspail:
Ronald Reagan and Samuel Huntington have read [Camp of the Saints] (he was part of the imaginary Clash of Civilizations), and especially how famous people in France, left as right, were able to openly criticize, but also, in the secrecy of private correspondence to me expressing their interest. I am forbidden to reveal the contents, except to occur if there is any procedure, but only for the edification of confidential court.
We have lived too long in a world where all these people involved in government or in shaping opinion practicing double standards: one public and proclaimed, other staff and concealed, as if they had a double consciousness…