Bernard-Henri Lévy: Artikel & interview

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French Philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy On Style and Why People Hate Him

By Katie Roiphe – February 25, 2011

The Wall Street JournalBHL, as he is affectionately and not so affectionately called in France, is a philosopher, writer, publisher, filmmaker, provocateur and general lightning rod. It’s hard to imagine his equivalent in America, an intellectual with a movie star’s celebrity and cachet: We don’t grow them here. But in France, he is everywhere, adored, attacked, derided, applauded; so famous that his fame itself has become the subject of any discussion of him.

A splendid-looking man, he is known for his style: his white shirts, unbuttoned, a black jacket made by Charvet, sweeping leonine hair, dark eyes. He also exudes the brooding thinky je ne sais quoi of French philosophers from time immemorial. Suffice it to say that if you are looking for him in a hotel lobby you will not have trouble spotting him.

Mere HER i The Wall Street Journal eller her i Market Watch. Dernæst ariklen af Bernard-Henri Lévy:

And if Egypt (and Tunisia) Were to Intervene in Libya?

Bernard-Henri Lévy – February 28, 2011

“Unacceptable!” Barack Obama thundered.

“Unacceptable!” Nicolas Sarkozy thundered.

But in the midst of all this verbal rumbling, a thunder of fire continued to rain down on the terrorized Libyan people.

And, either paralyzed by past compromising, or wary, as usual, of giving rise to unending accusations of arrogance and meddling, or proving true, again, what I once called the Léon Blum theorem, whereby the strongest democracies, whatever their good intentions, find themselves paradoxically helpless when confronting extreme barbarism, the great powers are taking no action. They are content to stick to sanctions which certainly have their symbolic value but no longer intimidate a Qadaffi who, from now on, has nothing to lose. And here we are again, faced with the same stark prospect of carnage that prevailed in Berlin in 1953, in Hungary in 1956, in Sarajevo in 1992, and in Darfur in 2006 and 2007. As a French Minister of Foreign Affairs once said, “Of course, we shall do nothing.”

Mere HER i Huffington Post.

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