This summer, the forests ravaged by flames will not be the only places where we can observe a landscape of desolation. Often painful, sometimes brutal, the reality is there. Everywhere, the French observe the slow agony of their public services, and, each day, they take the measure a little more. In the little things of everyday life as in impromptu events. For years, Marianne warns against the undermining undertaken by successive public policies, and at the end of which the general interest always wins.