Tag Archives: peace

Real cow-boys watch cows, or wolves, not trains !

Fistful-of-Dollars Clint Eastwood Cow-Boy

Please click on link or pictures if U wanna read mode (not mostly in French this time, and with pictures and net-land-arted multimedia) about it :

http://renaudfavier.com/2014/02/24/two-cows-deux-vaches-pour-les-francophones-integristes-matthias-varga/

http://renaudfavier.com/2014/02/24/cette-revolution-a-kiev-cest-flou-esperons-que-les-loups-dukraine-sont-inoffensifs-ou-reniflent-ailleurs/

Train Ukaine Kiev Revolution

Renaud Favier – Feb, 24th 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English

Frenchonomics     Compétitivité 2012 couverture

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Have France and Germany been friends 50 years ?

Capture du 2012-07-23 16-38-33

Is it believable, that the Frogs and Germans have remained at peace, and even friends, over the last several decades of economic world war ? Read more about it here : http://renaudfavier.com/2013/01/20/la-cinquantaine-cest-un-bel-age-en-tout-cas-cest-de-circonstance-pour-celebrer-le-traite-de-lelysee/

Renaud Favier – January 26th, 2013 – http://bonneannee2013.wordpress.com/

Bonus : it pretty much seems like it, indeed !

 

#Amour et #Haneke, toujours l’Amour et Haneke à #Cannes … : That’s All, Folks !

Some like the sun more hot than the stars in Cannes, the people more glamorous than oldschool politicians in France and the film more fun than real life in the world. But nobody desserved the 2012 Palme d’Or more than Haneke, that’s all, folks.

Bad News from the Stars (Star Wars ?) in #Chicago and Bad Weather in #Cannes

Crisis against G8 in Camp David, missiles against NATO in Chicago and cold rain against the Festival in Cannes : windy Monday, and another Bee Gees died, on top of it all. As if it were not enough with Marilyn having gone West to Palm Springs, California …

No, May 8 is not only a “Normal” Day. And not Everbody in #France goes to the Countryside for Holidays (“Campagne” in French)

The French don’t always win the wars or change … the real world. And they don’t even always precede everybody as far as revolutions or … mutual respect are concerned. but sometimes, they don’t get mistaken. Vive la France. Vive la République.