At the international level, India seems to be hesitating, in terms of alliances, between the United States and Russia, this hesitation possibly finding a solution in the evolution of the balance of power in the conflict in Ukraine: if the Russians continue to gain ground there as seems to be the case, the Indians could then decide to rally behind them.

At the national level, if Emmanuel Macron had invited Indian President Narendra Modi on July 14, it was officially with a view to the continuation of strategic relations between France and India (and the purchase of 26 Rafales), but it will be necessary, as always, to check whether there is more than a simple announcement effect, and we can in any case estimate that the French president is trying, by this means, to promote himself.

We must, in fact, recall the context of France still marked by the affair of the death of young Nahel, where the government is concerned about the creation of self-defense groups. As such, the strong reactions aroused would have been used by Emmanuel Macron to divert attention from the failure of his successive mandates. We can then deplore the attitude of the RN, which always strives to smooth out its image.

Should we recall the pressure exerted on the French people in favor of anti-Covid vaccination, some of whom have died or are still suffering from side effects? It is not by asking the French to “make efforts” that we will reduce a debt caused by Emmanuel Macron and his predecessors, especially by continuing, at the same time, to send weapons to Ukraine.

By helping other countries, we deplete our own arsenals. Hence this historical reminder: to support the Reds of Spain in 1936, Léon Blum had stripped the French army, resulting in the inability to subsequently give itself the means to win the war declared by Paul Reynaud and England against the Third Reich. Hence also, today, the careerism of Jordan Bardella who calls himself pro-Ukrainian.