His name is Apo and it is, according to the Parisian who paints his portrait on a full page, “the Frenchman who seeks his peace”. This former soldier who served in Mali, we are told, “has found with his new brothers in arms a way to heal his own traumas”. Between two visits to his 2-year-old son in Lyon, he heard the calls to “defend freedom” and immediately won Ukraine. Except that with his stays in prison for thefts and driving without a license, with his school level he is rejected for the army. He therefore joined a battalion of volunteers who flew the Ukrainian flag with that of the ultranationalists of the Right Sector organization, heir to the forces that had fought with the Nazis. He passed through Mariupol, the place the volunteers say, “where to be for street fighting”. We wonder what wants to tell the Parisian with this picture. We still say to ourselves that the cause of Ukraine deserves better than a deplorable caricature.