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    Macron, May & Merkel: Europe's Childless Leaders Lead a Barren Continent

    What do Macron, May, and Merkel have in common, apart from their neatly alliterative names and being leaders of Europe’s largest nations? They have no children. They are by no means exceptional, however, in this respect. Many European political leaders are childless.
    The same is true of Holland’s Marc Rutte, Italy’s Paolo Gentiloni Switzerland's Simonetta Sommaruga, Sweden’s Stefan Löfven, Luxembourg’s Xavier Bettel, Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon.

    Is it pure coincidence that these top European leaders are involuntarily childless? Possibly, but not very likely. In fact, they are a reflection of Europe and that continent’s lack of will to reproduce and place the family at the center, literally as well as culturally. This disturbing trend threatens to bring down Europe.

    The other characteristic shared by childless leaders is their multicultural, globalist policies, replete with open borders, mass immigration, and the traditional family - at least that of Europeans - fragmented into atoms and replaced by an individualistic lifestyle. Families are increasingly becoming a pragmatic construction based on individual whim and preference.

    In 2014, Statistics Denmark drafted a report distinguishing no less than 37 different types of families.

    Feminism the culprit
    Europe’s leaders are undiluted products of a dominant feminist culture. For example, many of French citizens who cast their vote for Emmanuel Macron in the recent French presidential election were women. Before the election, 62 percent of female voters said they would back Macron. This is typical of the foot soldiers of the 1960 and 1970s women’s liberation movement. They like Macron’s feminism. The defining characteristics of feminism are not femininity and fertility, but barrenness and infertility.

    The problem is not limited to European society.

    A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center shows that the number of young men in the US who want to marry has dropped to the lowest level ever recorded. American author Suzanne Venker claims the pervasive cultural influence of feminism is the cause. Venker states that men explain their lack of desire to marry with the observation that “women are no longer women” and for this reason, men don’t feel like having a family with many kids. This attitude from males is part of the reason so many women are childless in this generation.

    The feminist ideology views childbearing and children as an obstacle to self-realization. This is why they fought for abortion on demand, and with the contraceptive pill introduced at the same time, this was something easily attainable. Men have obviously adopted the same attitude.

    Women who, like myself, grew up in the 1970s were brainwashed with the necessity to be independent of any man, and that abortion was every bit as natural as giving birth, if not more so. Feminism was largely successful in severing sex from reproduction. This was considered progressive, a step forward that liberated women from caring for their children, so they could join the labor market and realize themselves.

    Feminism, however, now threatens to put an end to Europe. Birth rates are so low in most European countries that populations no longer reproduce.

    Chancellor Angela Merkel’s childlessness reflects German society in general. European statistics reveal that one-third of German women have not borne even a single child, while the figure is fully 40 percent of female university graduates. German Minister of Defense Ursula von der Leyen observed that unless the birth rate rises, the country will have to "turn the lights out."

    A recent study by the Institut National D'études Démographiques reports that a quarter of European women born in the 1970s are likely to remain childless. One-ninth of women born in England in 1940 were childless at the age of 45. The figure for those born in 1967 was one-fifth.

    Europe has been committing protracted demographic suicide for several decades, and politicians have done precisely nothing to turn this tide of doom and encourage women to have children - and conspicuously less for easing the crushing strain on the traditional family with children. Many couples can’t even afford to raise more than one or two children due to high taxation. But the main reason for the demographic suicide is obviously that being childless is being free of care, burdens and problems, as reflected in the title of an EU-funded research report entitled, ”No Kids, No Problem!”

    Additional research reveals how "personal and cultural factors shape attitudes toward voluntary childlessness in Europe. Europeans are increasingly less likely to see childlessness as a problem."

    It is somewhat alarming that an entire culture shows no concern for the reproduction of itself, just like Europe’s leaders, who seem blithely unconcerned at the prospect of being representatives of the final generation. The question is the degree to which blissful infertility affects their policies. This is a highly relevant question that we or the next generation must without a doubt be compelled to raise.

    What values do childless leaders hold dear?
    The world's childless leaders, those idols of globalism, share the trait that no loyalty binds them to family, nation state, culture, religion or tradition. At the same time, they are desperate about the low birth rates in Europe and their adverse impact on the economy and the welfare state. Angela Merkel has sucked in 1.5 million migrants because the demographic meltdown threatens. Perhaps some of her generosity somehow springs from her unfulfilled maternal instinct. Immigrants do not call her “Mutti Merkel” for nothing.

    Perhaps childless political leaders live out their need for exercising parental responsibility and self-sacrifice by inviting in migrants as a kind of adopted children. However, they completely disregard the fundamental and irreversible impact this will have on European culture. Meanwhile, the patronizing, selfish and individualist mindset once more inflicts itself on populations too cowed and misguided to stand up against the tide of doom engulfing them.

    Parenthood teaches men and women alike to set aside themselves and make a sacrifice for another human being. This role is not part of the life experience of many European leaders. Neither have they any on whom to bequeath their culture. They act as individuals, on the basis of immediate benefit. Self-realization and a successful career seem much more important than passing on a bequest of life, building a family and a culture. They have no sense of kinship with future generations.

    Against this barren and infertile Western culture stands Islamic culture, which places emphasis on family and having many children. Muslim women take pride in saving their virginity until marriage in which they foster many children. Turkish President Recep Erdogan recently called for all Turks residing in Europe to have five children each. This will make the future of Europe yours, he declared.

    An imam, whose name I don’t recall, added at a dialogue meeting with priests: “You have democracy, but we have demography.” Islamists need not launch a military attack on Europe or use terrorism, because a couple of decades from now they will reign by the womb, by demographic proliferation, so to speak.

    The infertility of European leaders is now reflected in self-destructive policies, globalism and mass immigration, instead of policies that promote children and families. Taxes and economic policy have been deliberately shaped to make it virtually impossible for any European household to manage on one income.

    But haven’t many childless individuals done much to benefit others over the centuries? Certainly, they have, but self-imposed childlessness – as described by the EU report - is a symptom of a feeble and terminally ill culture. Mass culture has promoted the view that limiting child birth through birth control and abortion represents a higher stage of cultural development. Today, the the destructive impact of that idea on culture is obvious. Our own politicians wield the knife used for this cultural slaughter. We no longer have children, families, religion, nor even genders, as 'gender-neutrality' is being diligently promoted in European culture. This is a complete change from traditional Western values that have kept Europe safe from outside invasion for centuries.

    The sclerotic condition of our culture is much more of a threat than external enemies. One brick in the wall of problems we face is the spiritual poverty that insists that human life has no value in itself, that it is not a gift, and that we should not bring children into this cold, hostile world. These are nihilist notions. Such thoughts do not absorb other groups who have a living and vibrant cultural and religious life. They view life as positive and their traditions as a valuable gift worth passing on to the next generations.

    The decline and fall of Rome has been explained by its decadent and 'bachelor culture,' much like what afflicts us in northern Europe. It is important that those who want to keep Western civilization alive do not amputate its roots and then think that it can still survive. Or should survive.
    https://www.rt.com/op-edge/389574-ma...pes-childless/

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    Macron is obviously gay jew and married to a beard.

    When politicians had to have children to be accepted some horrible cryptocommies like churchill still made it through but it was a lot harder.

    Politicians who can't even raise a family and have no interest - how are they going to save european people from becoming a historical footnote?

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    Macron Denies Disgraced Moroccan Bodyguard was Gay Lover, Had Access to Nuclear Codes

    The childless French leader, formerly a banker for Rothschild & Co. and economy minister in François Hollande’s Socialist Party government, was previously forced to deny having a gay affair with Mathieu Gallet, head of state broadcaster Radio France. Gallet’s contract was subsequently terminated, with former culture minister Frédéric Mitterrand suggesting that Macron had pushed for Gallet’s ouster in order to quash the persistent rumours about them. Breitbart.

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    Is it pure coincidence that these top European leaders are involuntarily childless? Possibly, but not very likely.
    No. This phenomenon is known as "après moi, le déluge!"

    They're all being well paid for their acts of sabotage and (to put the above into modern day Anglo-Saxon) they don't give a sh*t about what happens once they're gone

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    Emmanuel Macron receives Charlemagne Prize for European unity in Aachen






    French President Emmanuel Macron received the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen "in recognition of his vision of a new Europe." In his acceptance speech, Macron described his long-term goals for the European bloc.

    French President Emmanuel Macron was recognized for his contributions to European cohesion and integration on Thursday, as he received the Charlemagne Prize in the German city of Aachen.
    In his acceptance speech, Macron praised the European project for maintaining a "miraculous" 70 years of peace on the continent and outlined his vision for the future.
    The French president called for more unity among member states and warned that the divisions that appeared during the eurozone and migrant crises risked undermining the EU project.

    Macron insisted that a common eurozone budget was crucial to guaranteeing EU unity. He urged Germany to get over its "fetish" for budget surpluses and work with him on forging deeper economic co-operations.

    Read more: How France's Emmanuel Macron wants to reform the EU

    "We need an ambitious European budget and a eurozone with its own budget allowing for investments and convergence between member states," he said. "We have to fight for a new and stronger Europe ... Now is the time."

    Macron also called for a stronger Europe on the diplomatic front. "Europe has to take its fate into its own hands," the French president said. "Because one country breaks its promise doesn't mean we have to change our course," he added, implicitly referring to the US' decision to quit the Iran nuclear deal.

    "If we let others decide our policies for us, then we are not creditable anymore, and our populations will not be seen creditable either."

    The board of directors for the Charlemagne Prize said they were honoring Macron "in recognition of his vision of a new Europe" and his "decisive stance" against nationalism and isolationism.

    The bishop of Aachen, Helmut Dieser, opened the ceremony in Aachen Cathedral, congratulating Macron for winning last year's French presidential election on a pro-European platform. "We therefore offer you all our respect and gratitude," the bishop said.

    The annual Charlemagne Prize commends public figures who promote European unity. It is named after the Charlemagne, who in 800 AD took up the role that would later come to be known as the "Holy Roman Emperor," launching a series of wars and political reforms to build a continental European empire.


    Merkel honors Macron for stirring European enthusiasm

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave a speech in Macron's honor during the prize giving ceremony, praising Macron's "contagious enthusiasm" for the European project. "He has clear ideas on where and when Europe needs to evolve and has the capacity to inspire young Europeans," she said.

    The German chancellor also commended Macron for defending the values of freedom and cohesion at a time when "authoritarian ideologies are luring people back to the past."

    Merkel stressed the need for a strong pan-European foreign policy, because the bloc could no longer rely on the US to "protect it."

    In light of the US' decision this week to quit the Iran nuclear deal and Thursday's confrontation between Israeli and Iran-backed forces in Syria, the chancellor described the situation in the Middle East as "truly a matter of war and peace."

    Other prominent guests included the heads of government of Spain, Luxembourg and Bulgaria. Also in attendance were last year's prize winner, British historian Timothy Garton Ash, and former German Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz, who won the award in 2015.


    Award premature?

    In an interview with DW on Wednesday, Macron said he had "a lot of hope" that the two sides would agree on a common EU plan. "I think that the chancellor and her government are going to join us in this historic moment and work together for a stronger Europe and a more united and more sovereign and more democratic Europe," the French president said.

    A study published on Wednesday by German broadcaster ARD found that a majority of Germans support Macron's proposed EU reforms, but thought that his plans for deepening EU economic and financial cooperation went too far.

    Political analysts, however, were not hesitant to point out that Macron's award comes despite his proposed EU reforms having so far gained little traction.

    Macron has made a series of prospective EU reforms one of the focal points of his presidency. Notable goals include the creation of a common eurozone budget and a European finance minister post, a joint military "rapid reaction force," and a new EU tax regime targeting internet technology giants.

    However, the French president has far from won unanimous support for his lofty policy plans. His ambitions for the eurozone face particularly stiff resistance from Germany, and especially from within Merkel's own conservative Christian Democratic Party / CDP.

    Nevertheless, Macron and Merkel have promised to present a common roadmap on the future of the EU ahead of the next major leaders' summit in Brussels in June.



    dw Emmanuel Macron receives Charlemagne Prize for European ...


    No comparison between the Holy Roman Empire and the EU Soviet State these Eurorats want to consolidate.

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    Macron Vows Punishment for States Refusing Third World Migration

    Emmanuel Macron has said funding should be withdrawn from pro-sovereignty nations reluctant to hand more power over to Brussels, and that countries which refuse to welcome third world migrants must be thrown out of the Schengen area.

    “Europe is not a menu à la carte, it’s a political project,” the French president declared, speaking at the end of an EU mini-summit on migration in Salzburg Thursday evening.
    At a press conference following the meeting of European leaders, Macron acknowledged there was “a crisis and tensions” over the topic but, crying out, “Who generates them?” the former investment banker launched a broadside at nations which reject asylum seekers and those which “refuse to let boats dock on its ports”.

    Taking aim at the ex-communist Visegrad states, which are reluctant to follow the West down the road of globalist multiculturalism, he lashed out at [I]“the leaders who tell me… ‘ love Europe when it gives me money, when it makes my people prosperous, when it allows my workers to make better a living in neighbouring countries,’ but at home, will not take a single migrant, not a single refugee.”

    “Countries that do not want more Frontex or solidarity [in housing and feeding third world migrants] will leave Schengen. Countries that don’t want more Europe will no longer [get access to] structural funds,” he told journalists.

    Turning the topic to EU Parliament elections, the banking protegé said next year’s vote would be “an historic fight [and] an election like no other”, as it would determine whether “the political project led by the founding fathers [of the union] … will prevail”.

    Macron has previously summarised next year’s vote as a battle between pro-sovereignty conservatives and a “progressive” bloc which would impose his vision of a globalist, socially liberal EU superstate, which revolves around “values” and secular “human rights”, on the entire continent.


    While most of the French leader’s ire at Salzburg was aimed at populists, his attack on countries “that do not want more Frontex” encompassed a much larger group at the summit, where Sebastian Kurz told reporters that southern states at the frontline of mass migration to Europe were “reluctant” over plans to massively increase the size and scope of the EU border agency.

    The Austrian leader explained that in countries including Greece, Spain and Italy, there is “concern” that handing more power over to Brussels would make it “harder to wave migrants through” to other, richer EU countries.

    In an interview on national radio last week, he said: “Because they were unable to persuade Hungary to let migrants in, the plan now is that they will take border protection rights away from us.

    “They want no less than to send their mercenaries from Brussels to replace our Hungarians who are defending the border, and working as police and soldiers, whose homeland is important.”

    Speaking at Salzburg, the populist leader told journalists that the expansion of Frontex was a “nice idea”, but said the agency had “never successfully protected a single metre of a border, while we have protected hundreds of kilometres”.
    “There’s no need for them to protect the Hungarian border in our place, not to mention the questions of principle concerning the issue of sovereignty,” he said, adding that he had presented at the summit his own proposal which would “resolve this problem” to Austria, which is currently chairing the EU presidency.


    Noting that the Hungarian proposal, which would see money marked for Frontex instead sent to help individual nations invest in protecting and strengthening their own external borders, had already been presented to Bulgaria, Orbán said “there are more of us who oppose” the EU plans than for, adding: “The status quo is on our side for now”.

    This view was also expressed by Slovak prime minister Peter Pellegrini and his Czech counterpart Andrej Babiš, the latter of whom said on the subject: “Malta, Italy, Greece, Spain need to be told that they will get more money. They each have their own coast guard, they don’t need any Frontex.”


    Breitbart, 21 09 2018.

    Macron Vows Punishment for States Refusing Third World Migration

    “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise” Voltaire.



    Only the “human rights” – of the stone-age Africans and the medieval muslim religious fanatics to swamp Europe matter.


    While the relentless tide of Africans and Muslims continues to invade Europe the Lügenpresse refuse to inform the people about the NWO globalist white replacement agenda, because for a long time the media itself has been controlled and managed by the Globalist cabal. Macron is just the present NWO topical treacherous, well paid ‘fool of the day’ who will then disappear like Holland and Sarkozy.

    Everyday there’s more and more chance France will become Jean Raspail’s Le Camp des saints. This idiot frog macron was elected even though it was clear what he would do .

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    This is a good example of why democracy doesn't work. You end up with people like this in charge.
    None of them should be managing so much as a coffee shop.

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    I'm not sure that a head a state should have children. Infertile people for example can focus on politics, and don't have children as a primary concern. If you're a politician with children your children and partner can be used to blackmail you to support some decisions of certain laws. However, some people with children should be into politics, especially when it comes to women's politics, a mother would be the best example. And definitely leaders should promote the family as the essence of the folk.

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    In older times (and that means pre ~1960 or so) it was common that only men aged 50+ were in politics. At that age, many people back then were already grandparents.
    Under the Kaiser I think there was even a law preventing anyone younger than 45 or somesuch to take on state political positions, there was also no voting under 25. Good old times...

    But seriously, to have children imho instills more of a natural protection mechanism in people and makes them less prone to experiment with society in which their children then have to live. Children connect you also with your ancestors, breaking this line and placing all the asketic hermets in politics is a recipe for desaster. As we can see today. They have no regards for the future, because they themselves have none.

    A state leader should know his place within his family, answer to his ancestors and take responsibility for his children, because the family is the reflection of the nation in smaller dimensions. Leading a state is not a job that one can study in a university, one needs to raise and educate children in the tradition of the leading dynasty from early age, teach them responsibility for their nation, their people, their ancestors, their dynasty, their history. Only with this overview reaching over centuries one can be a responsible leader, not trashing the nation for the latest fashion or rushing from election campaign to election campaign, because after the election is before the election and no real work is ever done.

    It's this circus of clownshows called "democracy", of people with no clue of real life caught in the treatmill of election cycles that's running our countries down.
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    RT JERUSALEMBREITBART TEXASBREITBART CALIFORNIAPEOPLE SEARCH France Vs America: Macron Puts Globalist Case Against Trump at UN, Hints at Anti-U.S. Tr

    France’s Emmanuel Macron has used his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to put the globalist case against the pro-sovereignty, strong borders vision outlined by U.S. President Donald Trump.


    At home, the embattled French President is facing tumbling approval ratings,and fierce resistance from rising national populist parties in Italy and Central Europe he has denounced as his adversaries, which are challenging his efforts to cast himself as the main player in European Union power politics.


    In global forums like the United Nations, however, Macron remains the poster boy for ‘centrism’, and received a standing ovation from the assembled politicians and bureaucrats for his speech — which read almost like a point by point series of rebuttals to almost every issue raised in the U.S. leader’s address, including national sovereignty, immigration, trade, climate change, the Iran deal, and Israel.


    President Macron, who worked as a Rothschild & Cie financier and then served as economy minister in France’s previous Socialist government before launching his own party, told the UN General Assembly he feared they were witnessing “a crisis of the very foundations of today’s world”.


    The Frenchman assured them, however, that even “at a time where our collective system is falling apart, it is most in demand”, stressing his commitment to “multilateralism” and claiming that “nationalism always leads to defeat”a sharp contrast with his American counterpart’s earlier declaration that “We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.”


    On borders, President Trump had used his speech to emphasise the way illegal migration “exploits vulnerable populations, hurts hardworking citizens, and has produced a vicious cycle of crime, violence, and poverty”.


    He asserted that “Only by upholding national borders [and] destroying criminal gangs can we break this cycle and establish a real foundation for prosperity”, and took the time to praise anti-mass migration Poland — “a great people are standing up for their independence, their security, and their sovereignty”.


    President Macron, in contrast, denounced the “fallacious statements made by some in Europe and elsewhere that we would be stronger were we to close our borders” and insisted on “unconditional protection of those with the right to asylum”.


    The French President was arguably at his most combative on the subject of trade, issuing what appeared to be a coded call for a declaration of economic war on the United States by calling on world leaders to “stop signing trade agreements with those who don’t comply with the Paris agreement” — which would preclude a British-American trade pact after Brexit, or a broader EU-U.S. one, as President Trump pulled out of the climate change treaty in 2017.



    Conversely, the Frenchman launched a full-throated defence of dealing with Iran’s theocratic regime, which President Trump denounced as a “corrupt dictatorship” sowing “chaos, death, and destruction” in his own address.



    How the Trump administration will respond to Macron’s call for what would amount to an international trade deal boycott of the United States remains to be seen.


    Breitbart, 26 Sept 2018.

    Idiot Macron, with a 29% approval rating in France, is a Rothschild globalist mouth piece who says what he’s told to say.

    UN is nothing more than a third world begging shop financed mostly by the USA.

    Stop paying for the UN.
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