dimanche 9 avril 2017

L’île du Cap-Breton comme "refuge" pour des Américains? (Washington Post)


J'étais curieux de lire le récit de ces Américains qui ne se reconnaissent plus dans les États-Unis de Donald Trump et qui sont attirés par la vie au Canada.

 "The first sign of what Rob Calabrese would come to think of as America’s unmooring began last year, just after Donald Trump won his first presidential primary and Calabrese published a $28 website that he’d designed in 30 minutes. “Hi Americans!” it began, and what followed was a sales pitch for an island where Muslims could “roam freely,” and where the only walls were those “holding up the roofs” of “extremely affordable houses.”

 “Let’s get the word out!” Calabrese wrote, adding a photo of an empty coastline along the Atlantic Ocean. “Move to Cape Breton if Donald Trump Wins!”

 It was meant as a joke — but seven hours after Calabrese linked the site to the Facebook page of the pop radio station where he works as a DJ, in came an email from America. “Not sure if this is real but I’ll bite.” And then another: “It pains me to think of leaving, but this country is beyond repair.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/cape-breton/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_unmoored-945pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.a616dff715df

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