The Pandemic as a Manifesto of a General  Crisis of the Capitalist  System

T he COVID pandemic constitutes a significant  health crisis on a global scale. Additionally, it  exposes a general and prolonged crisis of the current  capitalist system in its multiple aspects: economic,  social, political and cultural,

The Pandemic as a Manifesto of a General 
and Prolonged Crisis of the Capitalist 
—The Case of France 
Alejandro Teitelbaum
T he COVID pandemic constitutes a significant 
health crisis on a global scale. Additionally, it 
exposes a general and prolonged crisis of the current 
capitalist system in its multiple aspects: economic, 
social, political and cultural, with its specificities in 
each country. We will attempt to analyse the case of 
France by considering these different aspects. When 
articulated together, they can give us a coherent and 
objective picture of the current state of French society.
As almost everywhere else in the world, the dominant 
problem in France is the pandemic and its physical 
and psychological consequences. This is followed, in 
order of importance, because the second-largest 
population group in France—ten per cent of the total—is of Arab-Muslim origin and Islamic confession, whether 
practising or not.
The Economic-Social Framework
Several variables interlink and determine France's socio-economic framework in terms of wages, unemployment, 
poverty, inequalities, qualifications of the working population (graduate or otherwise), content and quality of education, 
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the population of local or migrant origin, productive or 
speculative capital, health policies and the - hopefully transitory 
- variable of the pandemic. Let us look at some of them.
According to statistics, employees in the lowest decile earn between seven and eight times less than those in the highest 
decile, and the trend for years has been for the gap to widen.
And in the lowest salaries, there is also a gap between non-immigrants and immigrants: the latter earn on average one 
third less than the former. The gap is even wider for immigrants from North Africa.
The national average is nine per cent, which is rising rapidly due to the pandemic. Among immigrants, the number of 
unemployed is 14 per cent and is slightly higher among children of French-born immigrants. The increase can be 
attributed to their lack of education and partly because they are discriminated against as job seekers.
Half of the poor population is under 30 years old, and of the 5 million poor in 2017, almost a third were children and 
adolescents. Among 18-29-year-olds, more than one in ten is poor at the threshold of 50% of the median living standard. 
38,6% of people living in an immigrant household are considered poor (at the 60% threshold of the median standard of 
living, i.e. 3,5 times more than non-immigrants). For people living in an immigrant household, including the person born 
in Africa, the rate is 44%, compared to 25% for those born in Europe.
Figures differ according to sources (Forbes, Bloomberg, Challenges, Capital, Oxfam and others.). However, all agree that 
during the pandemic in 2020, the biggest fortunes in France and the world each increased from a few billion to tens and, 
in some cases, hundreds of billions of euros or dollars.
At the same time, one million people would have fallen into poverty in France in 2020. Women and single mothers, 
young people, and precarious workers, who are the hardest hit by this crisis, are nevertheless the forgotten ones in the 
French government's economic recovery plan.
Quality and Content of Education
The socio-economic framework determines the different levels of professional qualification existing in the French 
population. For the poor and impoverished social strata whose children and young people cannot count on the help of 
middle and upper-class parents with higher education and available time, the educational deficit is considerably 
aggravated by the pandemic and the suspension of classroom lessons. This leads to the question of the quality and 
content of education in France.
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Among immigrants, the number of unemployed 
is 14 per cent, which can be attributed to their 
lack of education and partly because they are 
discriminated against as job seekers.
Quality of Education
According to the sixth PISA study of 2015, the problem in France is not that of the "quantity" but that of the "quality" of 
education. An analysis confirmed today by the OECD's new PISA opus: the inequalities in student performance, which 
are very marked socially in France, can largely be explained by the disparities between students in terms of being able to 
count on teachers of a good teaching level. According to the same study, the French education system was still "average" 
but too unequal. 
France is now at the bottom of the OECD ranking for school inequalities, revealed the National Council for the
Evaluation of the School System (Cnesco) in the same study.1
This is mainly because schools continue to treat disadvantaged 
students who attend classes in so-called "priority education" 
schools worse in France. In these "difficult" schools, students 
are worse off, especially because the number of teachers with 
little or no training or experience assigned to them has 
increased over the last decade. For example, the number of teachers under 30 in priority education is twice as high as in 
other schools. The number of new teachers assigned to schools considered "difficult" has increased significantly since 
2011, from 1,738 in 2011 to 3,185 in 2016.2
At the end of March 2021, in Seine-Saint-Denis (the worst social and health situation in France), schools were still open 
despite a staff shortage to care for students. In one of them, 
the neighbourhood kindergarten, the headmistress reported: 
"I have to warn parents that no teacher will be at the school 
gate tomorrow". In these problematic schools, pupils are 
also worse off not due to chance: the education system is 
organised in such a way that instead of assigning the most 
qualified teachers to problematic schools, the opposite happens: the least qualified teachers are sent to these schools.
Moreover, the number of teachers in France is insufficient: each teacher has twice as many pupils in each class as in 
Denmark and Sweden. And their salaries are among the lowest in Europe. As some specialists have been writing for 
quite some time: the French school system reproduces social inequalities.
Content of Education
In the teaching of natural sciences (biology, chemistry and physics), the aim for pupils is not to explain events and facts. 
The objective is just to know them and describe them. Since 1995, pupils' abilities in mathematics and science have 
been in constant decline.
For a quarter of a century, the Academy of Sciences has constantly been reminding us of the need to establish active 
education, inquiry-based pedagogy, and provide teachers with adequate training and support from primary school. This 
picture of the content of education in France results from a process of abandonment of the rationalist heritage of the 
↩ In the past, Cnesco produced, in five years, more than 80 studies on a score of topics such as mathematics learning, reading, social diversity, vocational training, 1
social and territorial inequalities, etc. Cnesco has always claimed field research methods without omitting original approaches to shed light on grey areas of public 
education policies. This, together with its independent character, made it a scientific, demanding, and necessary tool, which, it seems, made the political elite uneasy. 
The current government, through Minister Blanquer, had programmed its demise, but there was strong resistance, and it finally survived, "retouched ".
↩ Source: Informe del Tribunal de Cuentas - Octubre 2017. 2
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The French education system was still "average", 
but too unequal. France is now at the bottom of 
the OECD ranking for school inequalities, 
revealed the National Council for the Evaluation 
of the School System.
The education system is organised in such a way 
that instead of assigning the most qualified teachers 
to problematic schools, the opposite happens: the 
least qualified teachers are sent to these schools. The 
French school system reproduces social inequalities.
encyclopaedists and its replacement by the
predominance of irrational thinking that has 
been going on for several decades and extends to 
other areas outside education. 
The above situation was well summed up 41 years ago on the cover of issue 392 of the French magazine Critique of 
January 1980: The political-philosophical year: the height of emptiness. On page 52, the following sentence—in an 
ironic tone—by Jacques Bouveresse can be read:
There was a time when someone who had used more or less exclusively such relative and subjective categories as 
pleasure or boredom to justify his philosophical adherences and rejections would have been taken for a gentle 
joker and politely invited to deal with something else. But, thank God, that was so long ago ... It has long since 
been explained to us by the most authoritative and influential voices that philosophy has no worse enemies than 
the spirit of seriousness, the zeal for truth, logic, the taste for precision and the ridiculous desire to justify what we 
say with real arguments .... "
The spokesmen of the dominant ideological currents are, among others, Michel Foucault, Bernard Henry Lévy, Alain 
Finkelkraut, André Gluksman and Alain Badiou. All of them are imbued with Heideggerian philosophy. We will dwell 3 4
on Michel Foucault, who remains a "maître à penser" and a sort of representative model of the dominant ideologies in 
Michel Foucault declared himself heir to the ideas of Heidegger and Nietzsche: My entire philosophical development 
was determined by my reading of Heidegger. But I recognise that my preference was for Nietzsche. Foucault agreed with 
Heidegger in rejecting "bourgeois humanism", which, according to the latter, restricts the freedom to "think of being" 
with its anthropocentrism and rationalism.5
John Weightman, who was a professor of French language and literature at Kings College London and Westfield College, 
University of London, concentrates on an analysis of Foucault's book Words and Things in an opuscule of just over 30 
pages entitled Not Understanding Michel Foucault.6
↩ A former Maoist and alleged ultra-leftist, who states unhesitatingly in his book Heidegger: Nazism, Women and Politics, that "Heidegger is the greatest philosopher 3
of the 20th century". Bricmont and Sokal, in their book "Intellectual Impostures" (p. 163 of the French edition), quote Badiou: "In Theorie du Sujet Alan Badiou blithely 
mixes politics, Lacanian psychoanalysis and set theory. The following excerpt from the chapter entitled "Logic of Excess" gives an idea of his tone. After briefly outlining 
the situation of migrant workers, Badiou cites the continuum hypothesis and adds: "What is at stake is nothing more and nothing less than the fusion of algebra 
(ordered succession of cardinals) and topology (excess of the participatory over the elementary). The truth of the hypothesis of the continuum would make a law [ferait 
loi] of the fact that the excess of the multiple has no other mission than the occupation of the empty place, that the existence of the non-existent proper to the initial 
multiple. There would be this sustained filiation of coherence, that is to say, that what internally exceeds the whole does not go beyond naming the limit point of this 
whole. But the hypothesis of the continuum is not provable. Mathematical triumph of politics over trade union realism. (Badiou, 1982, pp. 282-283)".
↩ Heidegger postulated an end to the humanism inherited from Greek philosophy by the French Encyclopaedists and its anthropocentric and rationalist 4
philosophical foundations. Heidegger does not propose a new humanism, but a transition from a "rational animal" to a being who thinks "where being is capable of 
being thought". That is to say, a transition that would be reserved for those capable of "thinking about the being". In other words, the "pure Aryans", excluding the 
"inferior races": Jews and others. There is, therefore, a coherence throughout Heidegger's work, between his irrationalism with theological and mystical overtones and 
his elitist and racist ideas, preached from the Rectorate of Freiburg in 1933/34, with his Nazi party card in his pocket.
↩ "Humanism implies flabbiness".”. Michel Foucault entrevistado por Paolo Caruso. 5
6 ↩ In Spanish:
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This picture of the content of education in France results from 
a process of abandonment of the rationalist heritage of the 
encyclopaedists and its replacement by the predominance of 
irrational thinking that has been going on for several decades. 
Weightman begins by saying that in French literary prose and academic writing, it was rare for a thinker to indulge in 
logical fallacies or obscurities in the presentation of his ideas, and that this tradition "continued until the time of Sartre 
and Camus, but that the most prominent maîtres à penser of the next two or three decades—Roland Barthes, Jacques 
Lacan, Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida—generated a change in the milieu that quickly caught up with their 
numerous disciples. In some speculative fields, traditional French clarity disappeared to be replaced, to varying degrees, 
by obliquity, preciosity and hermeticism, as if these were, by definition, more valid modes of operating than the lucid 
and rationally established.
This "Foucaultian expository chaos", as Weightman calls it, is nevertheless consistent with Foucault's idea of freedom, 
which must consist in freeing thought from all constraints, including those imposed on it by rationalism and logical 
Howard Richards, professor-researcher in philosophy at Earlham College, Richmond, United States, in a lecture he gave 
at the University of Chile on 23 October 2010 under the title Michel Foucault today, gave a complete profile of 7
Foucault. In one part of it, he said:
.... Any reader of any of Foucault's works, at any stage of his life, and up to his last enquiries into the forms of selfdiscipline among the ancient Greeks and Romans, is surprised or should be surprised, by his complete 
indifference to what we usually call (with vulgar simplification) the scientific method...Yet the academic world 
considers Foucault to be an expert on the various subjects he has investigated: psychiatry; medicine; the history of 
science; the penal system; various aspects of politics, jurisprudence, history, economics; sexuality, and others. His 
findings are taken seriously in universities all over the world.
In the cultural, ideological, political, scientific and "communicational" media, there is a kind of selection or 
hierarchisation—between spontaneous and provoked—of the prestige or renown of certain people, where those who 
have in common not to question the current capitalist system and consider it immutable and inherent to human society
—the Thatcherian There is no alternative—TINA—occupy almost always the first positions—and are beneficiaries of a 
"positive discrimination" in terms of media coverage, standings, grants and prizes. And to evaluate as the best the elitist 
political system called "representative democracy", which is now in a state of advanced decomposition.8
In France, the bearers of these ideas have taken advantage of their dominant position to discard from the milieu in which
they operate (universities and others) the method of 
investigation of social phenomena which consists in the 
study without preconceptions of the socio-economic 
structures in force, which generate antagonistic classes of 
exploiters and exploited, of oppressors and oppressed,9
and to impose the virtual monopoly of their irrationalist 
and conservative ideologies.
↩Agitando las Neuronas 7
↩ Alejandro Teitelbaum: "Representative" Democracy in a State of Advanced Decomposition — The Jus Semper Global Alliance, July 2020. 8
↩ That is to say, the materialist and dialectical method. Already Marx referred to this rejection of dialectical materialism in the Epilogue to the second German edition 9
of Capital (London, 24 January 1873): "In its rational form, [dialectics] is scandal and abomination to the bourgeoisie and its doctrinaire spokesmen, because in the 
positive intellection that the existent also includes, at the same time, the intelligence of its negation, of its necessary ruin,...its perishable side, because nothing turns it 
back, and it is, by essence, critical and revolutionary." In other words, the preaching of the existing social status quo and the dialectical materialist method of 
investigation are incompatible. 
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Accardo also refers to the three domestication devices 
integrated into the capitalist system that he considers 
essential: the school and university system, the media 
system of information-communication and the 
political system of representative democracy.
As Accardo points out, such ideological-cultural hegemony is also maintained and consolidated more subtly and less 10
visibly through all human, social, cultural, ideological and even scientific activities, "formatting" the consciousness of the 
vast majority of human beings. Accardo also refers to the three domestication devices integrated into the capitalist 
system that he considers essential: the school and university system, the media system of information-communication 
and the political system of representative democracy.
This has contributed to the relegation of logical and rational thinking, essential for examining and understanding the 
reality of contradictory and constantly changing facts. And to the predominance of ideas-theologising and dogmaticabout the existence of definitive and absolute truths.
The consequence is the progression among young people of irrationalism, the abandonment of reflection and the loss of
critical thinking. The over-consumption of mobile phones and 
other electronic devices and the twitterisation of language are 
effective contributors to this situation. Laplace is credited with 11
the answer he gave Napoleon in 1802 when asked why God was 
not mentioned in his works on astronomy: Sire, I had no need of 
this hypothesis.
Violence and Islamo-Leftism
It can be said that the reprehensible behaviour of some young Muslims (delinquency, violence, various forms of 
trafficking...) is a product of the current state of French society. Not only in terms of education, but also in terms of social 
status: poverty, high unemployment rates, school drop-outs, ...
The different forms of anti-social behaviour of many young people in France are not exclusive to Muslim origins. They 
also include French young people who suffer from the same social, economic and educational environment as most 
young people of Muslim heritage. And there is no shortage of young people from middle and upper-class families in the 
statistics of criminal acts (rapes, fights and traffic accidents) under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
The recent spate of particularly heinous attacks and crimes committed in France by Islamist fanatics have provoked a 
general reaction of repudiation and a rise in the terrorism/Arab-Muslim amalgam population.
Promoted by racist figures and groups, the government took the opportunity, through ministers Blanquer and Vidal, to 
declare war on the "Islamo-leftists" and to initiate an investigation by the National Council for Scientific Research (which 
↩ Alain Accardo, Notre servitude involontaire, Edit. Agone, Francia, 2001, pág. 50 y ss. 10
↩ There is an interdependence between oral and written expression and the formation of logical thinking, the capacity for abstraction and conceptualisation, and 11
the ability to differentiate between the real and the virtual. Lev Vigotsky writes: Concept is impossible without words, thinking in concepts is impossible without 
thinking based on language. (Vigotsky, Pensamiento y Lenguaje, página 72 de la edición electrónica).
Jean Piaget has also stressed the intimate relationship between thought and language (Piaget, J. and Inhelder, B. (1968). Child psychology; Piaget, J. (1968/1976). 
Language and thought in children. Study on the logic of the child (I), etc.
Michel Desmurget provides statistics on the extremely harmful effects of television, excessive consumption and use of the Twitter language on French children and 
adolescents (Desmurget, TV Lobotomie, la verité scientifique sur les effets de la television, Edit J'Ai Lu, Paris, September 2013 reprint); Michel Desmurget, La fabrique 
du crétin digital. 2019.
The adolescent uses about 400/500 words to communicate, and an adult, depending on his level of education, between 5000 and 30,000. (La vie avec 500 mots de 
français : un emprisonnement social qui menace de plus en plus de jeunes). As text messages and the twitterisation of language replace face-to-face dialogue and 
rational argumentation, it becomes increasingly difficult to know and understand each other and to achieve the peaceful resolution of conflicts that may arise.
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The different forms of anti-social behaviour of 
many young people in France are not exclusive 
to Muslim origins. They also include French 
young people who suffer from the same social, 
economic and educational environment as 
most young people of Muslim heritage.
the latter rejected) ...into all the currents of research on these subjects in the university so that we can distinguish what 
falls within academic research from what falls precisely within activism and 'opinion'.
The initiative launched by Ministers Blanquer and Vidal bears some resemblance to the university policy in Germany
proclaimed by Heidegger in his speech when he assumed the 
rectorship of the University of Freiburg on 27 May 1933, titled 
"The Self-Assertion of the German University Student", four 
months after Hitler's investiture as Reich Chancellor on 30 
January 1933. In his speech, Heidegger, who clearly stated his 
elitist and racist ideas, declared in one of the paragraphs of his 
speech: [...] The famous "academic freedom" is expelled from the 
German university because, as purely negative, it was not authentic.
The war declared against "Islamo-leftism" (a kind of substitute for Hitler's "Judeo-Bolshevism") also aims (as Heidegger 
did in 1933) to liquidate academic freedom in France.
The designated enemy is increasingly accepted by public opinion in France. The message better serves the ruling right 12
and those outside the state who share its strategy of 
preserving a profoundly unjust system at any cost by 
linking Islamism ( equated with terrorism) with ideas 
that take a critical view of different aspects of the 
dominant system, such as xenophobia, sexism, 
environmental and health problems, endemic poverty, 
the crimes of colonialism and neo-colonialism.
In the face of the ranting of minority student groups, duly exploited by the right-wing, which declares itself scandalised 
and cynically reminds them of the class struggle, we must stress that racial antagonism cannot help develop and 
implement a project aimed at eliminating the ever-deepening existing social inequalities. The latter must be the project 
of all the exploited and oppressed acting in coordination, without exclusion.
At present, there is a tendency to privilege the mediatisation of racist, elitist and conservative ideas (sometimes in 
populist disguise) that are functional to the nefarious social-political practices that the dominant system is now inflicting 
on the whole world.13
↩ Several surveys show, especially since 2010, a strong deterioration of the image of Islam in France. Over a longer period, French non-Muslims' reluctance towards 12
Islam is growing: in 1989, 33% of respondents said they favoured building mosques. In 2012, it was only 18%. "For the veil in the street, and in the same period, 
people against it goes from 31% to 63%." We note a decline in indifference to Islam, the "rejection of Western values" is blamed on Muslims. (The image of Islam in 
France [archive],, 25 October 2012; The image of Islam is deteriorating drastically in France [ archive],, 25 October 2012. SURVEY. The image of 
Islam is deteriorating in France and Germany [archive],, 29 April 2016).
↩ Eric Zemmour, an extreme right-wing figure currently in the media limelight, opposes the rule of law and "vague texts such as the Universal Declaration of 13
Human Rights" to what he calls the government of the people, by the people and for the people. The government of the people claimed by Zemmour is the one 
advocated by German National Socialism, according to which the notion of the people is racial since it consists only of pure Aryan people to the exclusion of mongrels 
and other inferior races. And where the written law must be subordinated to the "healthy feeling of the people" ("gesundes Volksempfinden") organised around the basic 
idea of Ein volk, ein Reich, ein Führer (one people, one state, one leader). With this ideological platform, Zemmour tackles the immigration issue and declares, by 
manipulating the figures, that white France submerged by immigration is in mortal danger. And he proposes a radical programme against immigrants living in France 
and the hermetic closing of borders for those who try to enter in it.
Zemmour is thus not only trying to convince a growing part of the population lacking a point of reference and paralyse their reasoning capacity and their critical sense 
by terrorising them with the image of the imminent disappearance of France overwhelmed by immigration. A unique case in the media: Zemmour has more than thirty 
minutes a day on the CNews channel (owned by Vivendi/Bolloré) during prime time to distil his philonazi venom and unscrupulously adulterate the facts.
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The designated enemy is increasingly accepted 
by public opinion in France and the message 
better serves the ruling right and those outside 
the state who share its strategy of preserving a 
profoundly unjust system at any cost, by 
equating Islamism with terrorism.
At present, there is a tendency to privilege the 
mediatisation of racist, elitist and conservative ideas 
(sometimes in populist disguise) that are functional to 
the nefarious social-political practices that the 
dominant system is now inflicting on the whole world.
The erratic management of the pandemic by the French government must be attributed to the inability and
incompetence of the government team to foresee and anticipate, 
defying—with an eye on opinion polls and the upcoming 
elections —the warnings of competent and bona fide people. 14
This is compounded by decades of applying the commercial cost/benefit principle to health policies, deliberately 
ignoring the fact that this is a priority public service of general interest. The result is a permanent shortage—now 
aggravated—of equipment and staff at all levels.
Since 2005, the French public hospital budget has decreased by 10%. _ In his speech on 25 March (at 22:39), 15 16
Macron could not have been clearer: Europe is not a selfish continent. We let the value chains function as they existed.17
Macron referred to the strategy of transnational companies—which he allowed to continue to operate despite the 
pandemic—of parcelling up or dividing their production into several countries, either by creating subsidiaries or by 
subcontracting with other companies and thus gaining comparative advantages over wages and other factors of 
production to reduce costs and increase profits.
This is the strategy of Sanofi, which has long been offshoring most of its activity to other countries so that it cannot 
produce its vaccine and takes time to manufacture in France a vaccine created by another laboratory.
In other words, all the activity of most states—including the French state—and the respective governments is not aimed 
at achieving general welfare. However, their mission is to preserve and increase the profits of the economy's owners and 
preserve the political, ideological, cultural and repressive mechanisms of domination that ensure the status quo.
This is the dogma-clearly evidenced by the pandemic that governs the capitalist system in all its aspects.18
↩ If he is not re-elected, Macron has nothing to worry about: he will have the (revolving) doors of his principal and patron, the Rothschild Bank, wide open. 14
15 ↩ Cathy Dogón: Dans les entrailles budgétaires de l’hôpital public — Pour l’Éco
↩ Third scientific country in 1970, fifth in 1985, still seventh in 1995, France now ranks only fourteenth in the world and seventh in Europe, behind Austria, 16
Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden in terms of financial effort devoted to research or DIRD (Internal Spending on Research and Development). 
This French lag in research investment concerns both the public and private sectors.
The French DIRD represented 2.25% of GDP in 2016, slightly below the OECD countries' average of 2.34% and far behind Korea, the leader in the ranking with DIRD 
at 4.23% of GDP10. When military research is excluded, France is reduced to around 1.90% of GDP for civilian research. (
↩"Value chains" is a term defined in 1985 by Michael Porter, professor of business strategy at Harvard University and business consultant. 17
↩ Note: The author developed some of the above topics in: 18
-El papel desempeñado por las ideas y culturas dominantes en la preservación del orden vigente. Editorial Dunken, Buenos Aires, 2015. Also published in Colombia 
under the title: El colapso del progresismo y el desvarío de las izquierdas. La Carreta Editores. Medellin 2017. On Internet: -Delincuencia juvenil: evitar respuestas simples a un problema grave y complejo. 2017. https://
-Inside Capitalism — The Jus Semper Global Alliance, October 2012
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Macron could not have been clearer: 
Europe is not a selfish continent. We let 
the value chains function as they existed.
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