“Those who believe in the technique say it is objective, there where it is nothing but objective.
Objective of security, surveillance, fear, death.
And death, so as not to be too frightened, has substituted for its own silence not a sound from beyond the grave, but from beyond life.
The latent sound of agony, that of capitalism, of permanent catastrophe.
Industry and its machines have always generated their own music. Images and sounds emitted by life, and as if made subtle, retransmitted by an agony and destined for death, for the structures of death.
And in these concrete structures, there flourishes always in the interstices, where the humidity still remains, this grass that we speak of as invasive, when it only protects us from erosion, and it is the Gourbi, the Far West, the 100 Names.
To invert the trajectory, to return to life from death, to suppress the agony.
To suppress the agony.”
“Vent d’ouest”: A short by Jean-Luc Godard (or not), for the ZAD …
And the human has deserted the eye of the one who looks.. . .
On the 17th of May, 19 squadrons of military police (that is, between 1,500 and 1,700 police) entered the ZAD of Notre-Dame-des-Landes for a second operation of destruction and eviction.