World Will Be Same But Worse After 'Banal' Virus, Says French Writer Michel Houellebecq

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
May. 06, 2020

This is probably a safe bet.


From AFP:
The novelist, seen by his fans as a modern prophet of a nihilistic, individualistic age, poured cold water on those who see the pandemic as a possible turning point.

"I do not believe for a half-second the declarations that 'nothing will be like it was before'," said Houellebecq who rose to international fame through his 1998 novel "Atomised".

"We will not wake up after the lockdown in a new world. It will be the same, just a bit worse," he said in an essay for French public radio.
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