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    It may be playing a role in why they want to destroy their own people.

    Though there are plenty of leaders with children that are as bad.

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    Globalists are people who do not have a spine to decide and commit. Centrism doesn’t lead to anything productive because you’re trying to please everyone. Also, how can nationalism always lead to defeat when the very existence of sovereign nations is attributed to nationalist people? America existed because of nationalism, the Roman Empire became what it was because of nationalism... the belief of a strong progressive nation.

    Lastly, Macron is the second coming of Obama. Both have good PR, sweet speeches and charisma but both are indecisive and unaccomplished.

    Same with goddamn Justin Trudeau.

    I’m still surprised Macron won. At the same time, on IG alone, all the French celebs supported him. Same with Obama and Trudeau... do you see a pattern? All the media darlings are always the ones who are “decent, right and great leaders”.

    I thought Le Pen had a good chance especially after all the strikes and public outcry about losing jobs to foreigners.

    Having children or not is a personal and private matter and shouldn’t have an issue or impact on how one governs. If it has and hinders a leader’s job or decision making, then I guess that leader is impeachable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drusilla View Post
    I’m still surprised Macron won.
    He won on "don't vote for the FN Nazis".

    And then you get a ruthless capitalist, globalist warmonger... well done
    Ein Leben ist nichts, deine Sprosse sind alles
    Aller Sturm nimmt nichts, weil dein Wurzelgriff zu stark ist
    und endet meine Frist, weiss ich dass du noch da bist
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    What juicy details about macron did russian television report and german media concealed.



    In France, the Senate published a report which criticized the personnel policy of the President Macron in his security forces. Allegations were mainly against the former bodyguards of the French President, Alexandre Benalla, who was also his Advisor and former Deputy head of the presidential administration.



    Now Benalla sits in prison. He is accused of four Offences, in which there is both big money as well as dubious Connections, as well as illegal acquisition of firearms, and even body injury against the demonstrators on the streets of Paris. For Macron, this is a serious political blow, especially since the good-looking, well-trained 26-year-old Moroccan is rumoured to be Macrons lovers. And actually, the proximity between the Macron and Benalla was so striking, that Macron was forced to speak to the rumors publicly.

    Spicy to the story is, if Macron is gay or not. Finally, in France, the politicians were self-confessed Gay. Piquant is the fact that Macron presented itself in the election campaign, as an exemplary family man, together with Brigitte, who could be his mother. If now it turns out that the marriage of Macron was just a PR stunt for the electoral campaign, then such a lie buried the incumbent French President, much faster political, than even the yellow West, in the streets of French cities.

    What relates to the yellow vests, so they are, of course, for the Generation of globalisation. And the essence of the economy is in the process of globalization, TRANS-national corporations are getting richer while the middle class paid in this construct, the invoice. Therefore, the Protest and the rise of nationalists and socialists in Europe, from Le Pen in France to Corbin in the United Kingdom.

    What relates to the yellow West, so they have soiled the reputation of promoting anti-Semitism. For Macron the was, in a sense, to the rescue. At least he took advantage of this opportunity.

    The first rule for a French picnic is, it is in need of a beautiful view. The Park of the Chateau de Chambord is the perfect place to cans for a picnic with thermal and cold Snacks. Another rule relates to the society: to go To a picnic, the French with like-minded people or families with children and Pets.

    In this Park, Franz the First to be hunted, to the left of this wonder of the Renaissance-Era building, and lived long enough to hunt here before his death. Six centuries these possessions belonged to the French Royal dynasties, have been time wasted, time bought back. Since 1930, the castle of Chambord belongs to the state. And to the organizers of the pick have any questions about nod: Why is everything, starting with the French Mayonnaise the sauce to the bread to become suddenly so expensive?

    "The main demand of the yellow West is to reduce the prices for essential food items such as baguettes. In the year 2000, it cost ten times less, but in Franc. We also insist to lower prices for meat, flour, Oil and eggs have risen dramatically in recent years and continue to grow,“ say yellow to the West.

    Questions to the state, there are even those who have no Problem to pay 1.40 Euro for the Baguette. Prince Charles-Emmanuel de Bourbon-Parme supports the yellow West since the first Demonstration.

    "You don't look like someone who lives 500 Euro. Why do you support the Yellow jackets?“

    "I have worked my whole life, have raised children. People will not only survive, they need to be able to live,“ says the Prince.

    This new peaceful forms of protests, the yellow West, and hope to draw from what on 15. The Protest Saturday was observed on the Champs Elysees.

    Re-arrests and tear gas. Despite the civil dialogue, the special forces used back rubber bullets. The police claimed that the deployment is a response to violence and aggressive behavior by the protesters. But in the Elysee Palace, it was hoped to Aggression and not on peaceful picnics in the sun.

    The negative reputation of the yellow West as Hooligans, vandals and anti-Semites is lined medially successfully. But the Yellow jackets are even fallen into this trap, as you have insulted the French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut recently. He was walking at Montmartre, when he was recognized. "Fuck off, France belongs to us, not You! You're a waste!“, was the most Decent, he had to listen to.

    And in Alsace, a Jewish cemetery was desecrated. 80 graves. President Macron put on a Kipa and went to the 500 kilometers away from Paris, away cat home.

    The traces of the crime but have not been removed. A week has passed, and the blue swastikas are still on grave-stones. It would be easy to remove them, but then they would not distract attention from other issues. The topic of anti-Semitism came to the Elysee Palace and Macron at just the right time.

    Such old Jewish cemeteries are scattered in the suburbs all over France, because Jews used to work in big cities, but not allowed to live. Cat home, with the old synagogue in the vicinity of Strasbourg, was once a town with a large Jewish population. But it was only in the 20th century. Century were in France for Jews of rights, and there was freedom for you. It is only since there is the saying "I am a Jew happy here." The Jewish community is growing. Today, the largest Jewish community in Europe lives here.

    In the Sunday lessons in Strasbourg, synagogue, Bible, and new measures to combat anti-Semitism, announced by President Makom be investigated. Racist groups take over the Internet. The Council of Jewish organizations, has been striving for many years to new laws. And now, the unexpected progress: The law is introduced in the spring in the national Assembly.


    To make the yellow to the West for the rise of anti-Semitism is a difficult task, but a detachable. And it is already working on it. Some politicians said that the inscriptions and insults in the German language, which appeared in the shop Windows, had their origin on the posters of the yellow West.

    It is also fresh official police came information: The number of aggressions against the Jews rose to 74 percent. The data of the year 2018. But the yellow West only appeared three months ago, however, this contradiction only a Few. And the anti-Semitism is really growing. Just as quickly as the Muslim community of France, which, like the Jewish, the largest in Europe.

    The topic of anti-Semitism was overshadowed successful the scandal of the week: The arrest of Alexandre Benalla, the former Deputy chief of the presidential administration of Macron, the former bodyguard Macrons and, as many believe, a former lover of the President. In a Senate report published, the continued investigation of six months, Benalla referred to as the greatest weakness in the security forces of the head of state. He is accused of, lied under oath, and have a particularly important role in the Elysee Palace played.

    The penalty for perjury is a minimum of five years in prison. If Benalla decides, suddenly, for the cooperation with the investigators, he can tell from his role in the most colorful colors. His statements can bring Macron and the Elysee Palace, in a spicy and hopeless Situation.


    WHAT IS THE RUSSIAN TELEVISION REPORTED THE JUICY DETAILS ABOUT MACRON AND GERMAN MEDIA CONCEALMENT27. February 2019.

    No smoke without fire.
    Sounds more and more like he’s a poofter / pufta.
    He never looked right from the start.

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    I also heard the rumor that macron is the son of Castro and a French whore.
    If true it would explain a lot. The jews like to do things like this.

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    It's Justin Trudeau who is rumored to be the son of Fidel Castro. And it is not all that farfetched considering that Pierre & Margaret Trudeau were close friends of Castro and Margaret Trudeau was/is a promiscuous tramp who wrote in her autobiography about her sexual partners, during her marriage to Pierre Trudeau, including Teddy Kennedy though she did not say anything about Castro.



    ^ Left to Right; Fidel Castro, Justin Trudeau, Margaret Trudeau.



    ^ Pierre Trudeau & Justin Trudeau



    Justin Trudeau, on the right, with his brothers & "father".

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    Macron Attacks Brexit, Calls for ‘European Federalism’ in Pre-Election War Cry


    Rothschild Globalist French President Emmanuel Macron has made a direct address to the over 500 million people who live in the European Union, calling on them to support his vision of a more centralised and powerful “project” European Union which, he believes, could even entice the United Kingdom into cancelling Brexit.




    The plea to voters to back an enhanced European Union which would take more control over its member nation states comes just months before the continental power bloc holds elections to select Members of the European Parliament for the next five-year term.


    While the European Parliament itself is largely impotent, with the real power to propose and direct legislation given to the unelected European Commission, the vote is being seen as one that will inform the tone and direction of the European Union for the coming years. Given severalrecentpolls and projections that suggest populist parties are likely to surge in the vote,loyal Europhiles including President Macron have made campaigning in the vote a personal interest.



    An English language translation of the letter provided by the President’s Elysee Palace office reveals Macron’s preoccupation with Brexit, which he called a symbol of “the crisis of Europe, which has failed to respond to its peoples’ needs for protection from the major shocks of the modern world… the anger mongers, backed by fake news, promise anything and everything.”



    Calling the Brexit vote a symbol of the “European trap”, which he claimed was caused by lies and irresponsibility, the French president wrote, “We cannot let nationalists without solutions exploit the people’s anger. We cannot sleepwalk through a diminished Europe.”


    On these alleged lies and accusations of “fake news”, the loyal globalist had specific complaints. Somewhat counter-intuitively, Macron rhetorically asked of the level of information available to voters before the Brexit vote: “Who told the British people the truth about their post-Brexit future? Who spoke to them about losing access to the European market?”


    It is not clear whether Macron meant withdrawing from the Common Market as part of Brexit — which was made clear would happen during the Brexit campaign, and even in the government’s own leaflet calling on the British people to vote to remain — or losing the ability to trade with Europe at all, which has not been suggested as a possibility by any actor within Brexit negotiations.


    Macron’s letter also had a series of improvements he wanted to see in the European Union, all of which means transferring further power and sovereignty away from member states to the centre in Brussels.


    Perhaps the most sinister move was the call to remove the ability for European nations to control their own elections, and to have them overseen instead by a “European Agency for the Protection of Democracies”, run by “European experts” sent to each country.


    Macron also picked up the present campaign against populist-governed nations like Hungary and Poland to have control of their own borders taken away from them by the European Union, by repeating calls to establish a “common border force and a European asylum office”. Referring to “strict control obligations and European solidarity”, a euphemism for having EU money to poorer member states withheld if they do not open their borders to mass migration, Macron also said member states would work in future “under the authority of a European Council for Internal Security.”



    On the restriction and regulation of the internet, Macron wrote “We should have European rules banish all incitements to hate and violence” online, comments that come just weeks after the French leader suggested anyone convicted of “hate speech” online could be banned from all social media for life.


    Remarkably, Macron believes that with these changes to give the European Union even greater power over its subjects, Britain could want to reverse the Brexit vote — despite this in many respects having been a decision based on the EU having too much power over the nation, not too little. He wrote: “In this Europe, the peoples will really take back control of their future. In this Europe, the United Kingdom, I am sure, will find its true place.”


    While Macron has enjoyed some support across Europe for his words, and not least from Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, whose small country benefits from being the main home of the bodies of the European Union, the rambling 1,600-word letter has been the subject of some scorn within France.


    The Associated Press reports the comments of Nadine Morano of the opposition Republicans party, who pointed out that in the whole document by France’s president, the word “France” appeared only once. Criticising his self-identity as a European leader first and French second, Morano said: “This is Macronism — France has to disappear into this European federalism.”


    Also featuring is senior National Rally (formerly Front National) candidate Jordan Bardella who said of Macron’s globalist rant: “Macron is all alone on the European stage. He got angry with the countries in the East, treating them as though they were insane. He got angry with Italy, treating it as a nationalist leper. “He is now totally alone in his plans for a federal Europe, for a European renaissance, while all the people of Europe want to regain their power, their national sovereignty.”



    Macron Attacks Brexit, Calls for ‘European Federalism’ in Pre-Election War Cry 05 Mar 2019.





    'Never has Europe been in such danger': Macron calls for EU reform in light of Brexit



    In an opinion piece published in 28 newspapers around Europe, Macron outlined his vision for the EU’s future.




    The nations of Europe are in danger of annihilation by power hungry elites, represented by extreme communist Commissars: frog faggot Macron and Merkel who both want an EU army.

    “the call to remove the ability for European nations to control their own elections, and to have them overseen instead by a “European Agency for the Protection of Democracies”, run by “European experts” sent to each country” - is this or is it not pure Stalinism?

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    Why Macron's ‘letter to Europe’ is spectacularly clueless & will fall on deaf ears



    With numerous political crises gripping Europe, 28 newspapers across the EU yesterday published something we all could have done without: a heartwarming letter about unity and progress from none other than Emmanuel Macron.


    “Citizens of Europe,” the embattled French president begins, in the characteristically arrogant style for which he has become known, before delving into the Brexit conundrum and the European Union’s crisis of legitimacy.


    Brexit, Macron tells us, is a “symbol” of the “danger” the EU finds itself in. Another way to look at it might be that Brexit is a symbol of how broken the European project actually is. But wait, he’s getting to that: The EU, he continues, has “failed to respond to its peoples’ need for protection from the major shocks of the modern world.”


    At this point, the reader may be momentarily fooled into thinking Macron is about to show some belated self-awareness, but the hope is short-lived. Sadly, this is not Macron’s letter of resignation. Quelle surprise!


    You do have to admire his gall. It takes some audacity to pen a letter to the “citizens of Europe” calling for a “European renaissance” when your own citizens have been protesting your failed neoliberal government continually for four months – during which time your personal approval rating dropped to the pathetic low of 18 percent. One would think such humiliation would have encouraged Macron to put a sock in it for a while and engage in some self-reflection. Alas, we live in an upside down world – and the severely unpopular French president is here to make sense of it all for us.


    It is in the middle of the second paragraph that Macron starts the blame game, lashing out at Europeans who are “retreating into nationalism” but who offer no “alternative” solutions. The “anger mongers, backed by fake news,” threaten the whole of Europe, he warns.


    “Anger mongers” (is that a new one?) typically don’t have very much power over people if there is nothing to be angry about – and there is plenty for many Europeans to be angry about.


    On and on he goes, denouncing next those who “deny the fear felt by our people” and “the doubts that undermine our democracies” – which is somewhat of an odd u-turn for the man whose initial response to rioting on the streets of Paris over declining living standards and austerity was, essentially, “let them eat cake.”
    Don’t worry though, he has since come up with some solutions to Europe’s various social and political problems.



    Here we go. Hold on to your hats, people.



    ‘Protecting democracy’


    First up, Macron proposes the creation of a European Agency for the Protection of Democracies (EAPD?), which would provide each EU member state with experts to help protect their election processes against “cyber-attacks and manipulation.”



    Remember a few minutes ago when Macron said he does not want to ignore the pain and anger of disenfranchised citizens or deny the legitimate problems plaguing the bloc? That didn’t last long. Now he’s blaming votes for parties he doesn’t approve of on “foreign influence” – the oldest trick in the book.



    Scary foreign powers are brainwashing impressionable Europeans into voting for people who (at least claim to) offer alternative solutions to Europe’s problems – and anyone who isn’t jumping for joy over the neoliberal hellscape promoted by Macron and his faux-progressive ilk around the world are just falling victim to “fake news.” Seems legit.



    Ironically, while he warns of the danger they pose, it is actually the abject failures of leaders like Macron that has strengthened anti-establishment parties across Europe.



    Dealing with migration


    Next up, Macron tackles migration, proposing the formation of a common EU border force, a European asylum office (with common acceptance and refusal rules) and a European Council for Internal Security (ECIS?)



    Excellent. Let’s create more mega-agencies and supranational bodies that everyone already hates, to be accountable to no one in particular and responsible for the one issue that has been most divisive and controversial across EU member states.



    If Britain goes to the polls for a second Brexit referendum and this is the kind of Europe on offer – increased oversight from Brussels by even more anonymous, obtuse EU bodies filled with unelected Eurocrats – let’s all look forward to Brexit chaos, round two.



    Defence disaster


    In the realm of security, Macron proposes a new treaty on defense which will define the EU’s “fundamental obligations” in association with NATO. Of course, this will entail “increased defence spending,” a “mutual defence clause” and a European security council, “with the UK on board” to prepare for “collective decisions.”



    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Macron himself have both called for a “true, European army” – unsurprising, since Europe has been creeping towards increased militarization for a long time.



    Just imagine 27+ states trying to unanimously decide when and where to go to war. Who will make the decision? Will the men and women of Europe march off to become cannon fodder in wars that won’t even be fought for their own country?



    It’s just one more thing likely to produce rising anti-EU sentiment across the continent, particularly in countries where citizens (if not the governments) are traditionally more neutrally-minded, like Ireland.



    Progress for the workers


    Eventually, we move on to concern for the “workers” of Europe. Macron writes that the EU needs a better “social shield”which would guarantee the “same pay for the same work” and an EU minimum wage “appropriate to each country.”



    He may talk a big game about Europe being a place where one should be “able to live from one’s work” – but let’s recap what Macron has actually done while in office: He cut taxes for the rich, gave French companies power to more easily fire people and attacked trade unions, some of which accused him of “ideological policies targeting the destruction of our social model” and favoring the “explosion of inequality and the breaking of collective rights.”
    It’s no mistake that Macron, a former investment banker, has earned a reputation for being president of the rich and comfortable, completely out of touch with the average French citizen.


    He should hardly be surprised that his plea to the rest of Europe will fall on deaf ears.



    Why Macron's ‘letter to Europe’ is spectacularly clueless & will fall on deaf ears 07 Mar 2019.

    Macron, the Rothschild banker’s installed puppet, is simply following his master orders. His job is to keep France in the EU and prevent the dissolution of the dictatorial EUssr. He is more concerned with the highly unpopular EU than France. No wonder he is so unpopular. Makes you wonder how he got elected in the first place? Of course the election was rigged and the result was sold to the French by the MSM. Just like it was in the USSR in the old days. Macron and the EUssr’s aim is, before they WAKE UP and are a minority, to replace native White Europeans with africoons and muzzies.

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