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The defiantly reactionary tone of the Dakar speech is only the sharp tip of a more ominous iceberg. The entrusting of Eurafrican "co-development" to a ministry of immigration, integration and national identity whose schemes include DNA tests for would-be immigrants seeking to rejoin family members in France 22 is a considerably more troubling sign of things to come. Je chante la France The opening track on Rocé's Identité en crescendo has the emblematic title Je chante la France: "I've got whistling the Marseillaise, the flag under my feet, I've got my eyes fixed on this country and its quarrels, With my eyes untied and my whitened hide, I stammer, Almost without a trace of accent, The same problems as decades ago, Mother country of the rights of man? So long live women and savages, Killed by Men who themselves murder their own image, But songs and dances of resistance, In their intense insults, Make beautiful and sing of France [...] If I have to sing of something I'll sing humanity, Demand this country realise this is its opportunity, And when the doors are slamming shut, You have to stand in their way, It's only from these bruises we can rebuild France today."The project of rebuilding French society, culture and self-conception on a recognition of its "bruised" and complex history is fast receding. Since Sarkozy's election, the possibilities of an opening-up of French history, self-image and public memory that had begun to make tentative beginnings in the past decade have been firmly foreclosed. "Recognition" of the colonial legacy has been recast as its rehabilitation, in celebration of "the epic of Greater France" and of the selfless and sincere work of "these men and women who [...] held in their hearts the confidence and hope of a people that had not yet learned to doubt itself", as UMP deputy Michel Diefenbacher, author of a 2003 parliamentary report entitled Promoting the collective work of Overseas France, put it to the national assembly in 2004 (see Romain Bertrand, Mémoires d'empire: La controverse autour du "fait colonial", Éditions du croquant, 2006). The rollback has not been all one way. An attempt was made in a 2003 law recognising France's "gratitude" to the harkis - those several thousand Algerians who served in the French military during the war in Algeria - to legislate that university research should "accord to the history of the French presence overseas, notably in North Africa, the place which it deserves" and that teaching programmes should "recognise in particular, the positive role of the French presence overseas, notably in North Africa"; but this provision was eventually abandoned in the face of protest from outraged scholars and teachers. This, however, may have been only the first manifestation of a deeper, and longer-term, reaction against the opening-up of French history, memory, and the society that underlies, and is shaped by, both. Sarkozy, on campaign as in Dakar, stressed repeatedly his opposition to what he calls the current of "repentance" among French intellectuals. If past crimes are to be acknowledged, as in the speech in Dakar, it is only to preach the need to "transcend" the '"open wound" and give France back its lost, self-confident and unrepentantly domineering imperial swagger. 2b1af7f3a8