Cursed by Madame Arthur in Paris

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Madame Arthur cursed the audience – and your GBN correspondent – as “poor unfortunate souls” in Paris, on the 21st of December 2019. “Mother [Charly Voodoo] knows best” she screamed at us all …

In the “Hellfire” of Montmartre at Divan du Monde, Cruella De Vil, Ursula, Maleficent and many other Disney characters were meeting in order to seduce and kill the prince. While the naivety of the prince was making him dream of “A whole new world,” the malicious and cruel sect of the evil drag queens successfully changed his charming faith.

Singing and interacting with the audience, the one-hour-and-an-half show was delightfully sinful. Indeed, a young and innocent man from the audience was even sacrificed on stage with a karaoke challenge of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” Plus, a woman fell asleep while pricking her finger on a spindle of a spinning wheel because of Maleficent. Again!

Villains won. They are now on the rise. “Be prepared”!

Image: Diva du Monde

Ludovic Clement Ludovic Clement

Passionate about education since the age of 12, I got curious about the integration of new technologies within an educational environment while I was subbing in Geneva's primary schools. My curiosity grew so much that I completed a master degree in Teaching and Learning technologies at the University of Geneva. For my thesis, I decided to challenge myself by creating a program that tackles the issues of teaching history for high schools. The goal of my ten-class program was to introduce the main events and issues of the French Revolution to second-year students, with the use of a commercial video game.

This idea of creating content outside the box comes from my deep love for arts, specifically dancing and writing. Trained as a dancer in New York City and Geneva, I use my sensibility to create original content. As a writer, my goal is to defend the rights and the liberty of everyone.

Artistic, hard-working and passionate, I am up to any new challenges!

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