A sharp criticism of the management of Paris. Pierre Perret's new song denounces the state of the French capital, where garbage collectors have been on strike for more than a week. In the clip for his new song, the singer appears all smiles on his bike and sings, "In Paris, disgusting Paris, only rats are happy," reports Le Figaro. Indeed, more than 10,000 tons of garbage cans are strewn on the sidewalks of the city. A situation that worries health authorities about the risk of a proliferation of rats and other rodents. The singer also adds that "the droppings that bloom on the sidewalks decorate this big dump", or even: "In Paris, winter and summer, we don't touch the dirt".
"Poor Paris, ugly Paris, what state did they put you in?" They had promised Nirvana and it is Berezina. Poor Paris, ugly Paris, you who were paradise, here you are dressed in Waterloo, by our kind ecologists, ”also chants the interpreter. Finally, Pierre Perret points to the drug problem. "Squares where the more a child plays, there are syringes and more nannies".