The truth, according to the mantra in the paranormal phenomena program “The X-Files,” is out there. In Donald Trump's world, it is hard to find.
Trump has shown himself to be an appalling Islamophobe, and has thereby succeeded in making the world a much more insecure place.
Behind this abbreviation, which sounds like a keyboard shortcut or a punk subgenre, many see merely a euphemism for an old demon well known to the United States: white supremacy. Others see rather a mutant fringe of the extreme right, born and bred in the United States. Here in France, this “alternative right” [Read more]
The worst part is not how much or how little Trump can do but what he has already unleashed on the people.
The New York bombing should not become an electoral weapon in the face of presidential elections.
The bomb that exploded in New York over the weekend, as well as the other explosive devices found both in the city and in New Jersey, are a fatal indicator of how democratic societies are exposed to terrorism and how [Read more]
Many Muslims have had little interest in American politics up to now ... That has changed with Trump.
It would not be wrong to regard all these anti-Muslim incidents as the effect of Trump's emotional, hate-fostering and irresponsible speeches against Muslims.
Many Americans are ready to defend their “right” to carry weapons of war, a right that paradoxically goes against the right to life of the rest of the population.