• Operation Submersion

    Graphic by Ey@el

    Original en français

    On this Bastille Day, whereas chants of the battle anthem will be sung with unseemly pride upon the exhibiting of the infinite range of human ingenuity always on the cutting edge in terms of wargames, others will use the opportunity to get their minds fogged up in thousands of different ways because the blue pill will always be more appealing and easier to swallow than the red one. And with darkness come, as bright coloured rockets will be whizzing around and exploding into the inky black skies, horror will inevitably seize those who will have recognised the Dark Mark1. No, Voldemort2, I ain't afraid to name your NWO3!


    P.S.: Incidentally, on 4th July (which happens to be Independence Day in America), shortly after scheduling the publication of the above graphic I designed years ago, I subsequently found out about Thom Yorke's tweet of the day. You have to admit this is a rather odd coincidence.


    1. In the Harry Potter series, the Dark Mark is the symbol of Voldemort and his followers, the Death Eaters, that appears in the sky when conjured by a spell whenever a murder is committed in his name. It looks like a skull with a snake coming out of the mouth in place of the tongue. The mark also serves as a connection between Voldemort and each who bears it; he can summon them by touching his mark.
    2. Lord Voldemort, also known as “The Dark Lord”, “You-Know-Who”, “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”, or just “Voldemort”, is the villain in the Harry Potter series. He's a psychopathic wizard who aims at exterminating all the non magical humans and hybrids and reshape the world to his dark fancies.
    3. NWO is the acronym for New World Order and used here as a pun which unfortunately doesn't work in English. NWO in French is NOM which also means “name”.

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