Ce blog a pour vocation de découvrir Tahiti et ses îles, bien sûr, mais bien d'autres endroits et bien d'autres choses aussi partout ailleurs. Et puis, surtout, les gens qui font que le monde est ce qu'il est.
Histoire(s), géographie, modes de vie, cultures et phénomènes de sociétés : Le monde est vaste et riche et ses habitants tellement beaux et divers, alors laissons-nous aller à leur rencontre...
Des journalistes voyageurs vous parlent de la Terre et de ses habitants à leur manière…
This year 2015 couldn't
start any worse...And they are not our friends Charb, Cabu, Wolinsky, Tignous
and others who say otherwise. It's definitely: their stencils were stolen...
The last drawing of Charb
I was torturing my neurons
to find an original way to present our wishes when the radio got to punch me in
the face with the fist of terrorists. So I threw all my drafts in the trash.
The scumbags, who tried to
extinguish the light of Charlie Hebdo, will never make harm to
anyone. And I'm not sure to be pleased that things have ended this way: I'm not
The last drawing of Charb reviewed by P'tit Louis
In the meantime, have to acknowledge that this year 2015 will be
exceptional, since it inevitably begins on 9 January…
So let us together ensure that it will be funny; it will admit no
censorship; it will not tolerate violence; it will yell louder and louder
outrage in front of the manufactured poverty, the repeated injustices and
justified by the holy liberal doctrine.
Humor always humor!
Let's make sure we be free.
The blog "Tahiti, its islands and other ends of the world"
currently has an average of 2,100 pages views daily. A figure constantly
increasing… This suggests that you are more likely to find your account in
reading our modest papers. Allow us to thank you for that!
Grand Corps Malade
is also Charlie
From our side, we will not change anything to the way we talk about
things. And if you find that we are a little more angry than in years past,
don't blame us: some actionsreally
Make this year 2015, therefore, full of humor and big iconoclastic
jokes. For our part, we will ensure that our freedom of expression remains an