|Place de la Bastille (photo .A. Maes)|
On the night of November 13, the odious massacre of so many innocents, happy to enjoy the many pleasures of week-end get together to meet friends or neighbors and eat, drink, love, have discussions, dance, and listen to music, was perpetrated by people who for various reasons have strong objections to our way of life.
Last month, after the trauma they endured in that neighborhood, many Parisians and public media, encouraged their ''concitoyens'', via posters, articles, and grafitis, to return to their favorite cafés and restaurants and meet with friends, family, and neighbors over an apéritif, an expresso, or a meal. It would be the best cathartic and healthy way to share their griefs and express their determination to resist the bullying of these terrorists.
And that is exactly what Parisians did, as soon as the next 3 days.