Rosa Belmonte: Tension, division and chaos

Rosa Belmonte: Tension, division and chaos
Rosa Belmonte: Tension, division and chaos

‘La Fever’ (Movistar Plus +) is a French political series by the creators of ‘Baron Noir’ where they read Stefan Zweig. Sometimes it tends towards caricature, but Jérôme Fourquet, a political scientist who speaks of an archipelagoisation of society, says that the fiction shows the real to those who do not want to see it. We see tension and a divided country. As in so many places. There is also chaos. Even mental chaos.

More chaos. Toni Kroos, who has rendered his last service to Real Madrid by injuring Pedri (unintentionally), says that he is staying to live in Spain because it is safer for his daughter, who can walk down the street at eleven at night. Spain is the best country. At the same time, when there are elections in Germany, he says that nobody needs AfD. Look, this is like any progressive father who sees the number of immigrants in a public school and, not being against immigration, of course, takes his children to a school where there is a majority of Spaniards.

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