Saturday, September 20, 2014

An Image from Paris Uncensored

The following image appeared in my inbox this morning, as part of the daily news feed from Le Figaro:

Couché, chiot !
[Couché, chiot ! :  French for,  Assume the position ...]

It is the latest semi-official Xantippean provocation, from the land of les Femen.   To promote what is supposedly a kumbaya-feelgood-bisounours celebration, she thrusts forward an image of algolagnic paraphilia.

But what is really interesting is that the Figaro article itself, self-censors, cropping the image to obscure the riding-crop, and losing the "assume-[the-position]" bit:

Indeed, I tried searching the Net for the full image, in Google Image, and could not find it.  I found the censored image;  if you click on it, among the ‘Related Images’ are a number of items that include the uncensored one;  but if you click on that, it doesn’t work, although all the others in the group click through okay.

The fact of the matter is, the paraphiliac/diabolist lobby in France, has been relentlessly degrading what is publically permissible;  ample documentation here:

So they figured, hey, a headless dominatrix, clad all in rubber-fetish Satanic scarlet, cravache à la main, put forward as the official symbol of a national festival of social reconciliation -- sure, these Gallic lapdogs will lap it up.  

Only -- this time, the provocation earned a rasperry;  les bonzes la boudent.  And so the image was withdrawn -- yet more, was censored in the press, and somehow actually wiped from the Internet.

For more on decapitation-porn,  cliquez ici:

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Note for anglophones:
Boîte literally means ‘box’;  improbably enough, the words are actually cognate, both going back to Latin buxus (the wood of a certain evergreen).  A yet loftier cognate is the Greek word that gave us pyx -- an holy object of hatred to the satanists.  Its use in the slogan «J'aime ma boîte» puzzled me, since it is many years since I have lived in France, and I have not kept up with popular culture.   It surely is making no allusion to the pyx (which in any case is in French ciboire).   But in English, there is a slang meaning to the word box, one quite common in my youth, though of late  neglected.  (One of the very first jokes I heard, as a young child -- ca. 1956 -- was:  “What’s black, one-eyed, wears a mezuzah, and comes in a white box?”  I dutifully memorized the joke -- children treat them very solemnly, you know, while learning the ropes -- while understanding it not at all.   By the time I did understand it, it was no longer remotely salonfähig.   The answer I dare not supply here  other than by initials:  S…. D… J…. .)  And this alternate, louche sense, being purely geometrico-anatomical, translates into any language.  One really wonders whether there might not be some sous-entendu allusion to the autogynophillic fétiche of that celebrated artiste nipponne who … well, read about it yourself.

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le détective  se trouve aux prises
avec le Saint-Esprit

[Update]  Just found a different image, from an earlier article in the same newspaper:

This one is uncropped, yet curiously distorted, bloated and somehow even sicker:

What is going on in that country?

(Hand it to Le Figaro, though:  no other media outlet has dared touch this story, so far as I can tell.)

Aux armes, chrétiens! 


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O, mais c’est à en devenir m-m-m-m-mmmmmoite …..

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