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    Quote That's a nice list, Gilets Jaunes, but you missed the big one - the only one that really will make a difference. (Don't be surprised, US political activists completely miss the big one too.)
    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
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    Well, Dennis, what is it?
    The people's control over governance (by the people's control of the election system.)

    By not addressing that, the same (or different!) crap is guaranteed to start all over again after the next election cycle.

    Activists chase issues and personalities. Once the personalities change (by elections, or by being deposed), the same group of people that were in control of the election system are still in control of the election system, and they present the next group of replacements to choose between. Chasing issues is tacitly saying, "You remain in charge, ..." and fix my list of demands.

    The ruling elite haven't just figured out our psychology to sell us gadgets, they figured out our psychology to control elections, more specifically, to take complete control of the election system to ensure that they control who is allowed into elected positions. They hire their own replacements and we chase the next set of issues and personalities.

    In each country, there is one door that every elected office holder must walk through. Who controls that door controls governance. (In the USA, the people have 0% control over that door - that door is controlled by two corporations controlled by the ruling elite. France has more political parties. I've not studied how the ruling elite control the election system in France, but they certainly do, and they will long after the issues and personalities that sparked Gilets Jaunes are "fixed" or glossed over.)


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    Just for the balance...

    It's a shame that only the riots in Paris have been shown on MSM.



    This has been my daily experience with the Yellow Jacket Movement these last 4 weeks.
    A peaceful protest by people of all ages, who have great passion but don't use any violence.

    I have my yellow vest in the front of my car to show them my support and don't complain about not getting to the shops as quickly as I´m used to.
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    In the video below, some of the French people most affected by globalism describe the hardships under a Macron government that have been the catalyst for the yellow vest movement.

    Reporters: What do France's 'Yellow Vest' protesters want?


    FRANCE 24 English
    Published on Dec 7, 2018

    As Paris braces for fresh "Yellow Vest" protests after consecutive weekends of riots, FRANCE 24 reporters head out of the capital to meet protesters in rural France. In the small town of Montargis, 130 kilometres south of Paris, the Yellow Vests have set up camp at a strategic roundabout and are preparing to spend the Christmas holidays making their voices heard. FRANCE 24 takes a look at some of the reasons behind their anger.



    In the video below, Dr Steve states that 70% of French people believe their government "does not support them" and also 70% of French people support the yellow vests.

    Dr Steve also provides a visual comparison between France and Italy on Saturday to provide a contrast between globalism and nationalism.

    Macron’s Paris Riots while Salvini’s Rome Celebrates!!!


    Dr. Steve Turley
    Published on Dec 10, 2018
    You won’t believe the difference between what happened in globalist Paris and nationalist Rome on Saturday!!!



    viva la France
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    Macron addresses the nation.

    I think his wife wrote the speech and he’s been practicing it as if he would have to perform it in a Shakespeare play.


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    I thought everyone might enjoy this cartoon from Ben Garrison, posted by Q, post Q2574.


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    Who does Emmanuel Macron owe?

    by Thierry Meyssan

    Voltaire Network | Damascus (Syria) | 11 December 2018



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    President Macron is often presented as a Rothschild Boy. This is true, but secondary. Thierry Meyssan demonstrates that he owes his electoral campaign mostly to Henry Kravis, the boss of one of the world’s largest financial companies, and to NATO – a considerable debt which weighs heavily today on the solution to the Yellow Vests crisis.



    Emmanuel Macron did not feel destined for a career in politics. As a young man, he hoped to become a philosopher, then a senior civil servant, then a business banker. To help him on his way, he frequented Uncle Sam’s fairy godmothers - the French-American Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

    It was in this milieu that he met Henry and Marie-Josée Kravis, in their residence on Park Avenue in New York [1]. The Kravis couple, unfailing supporters of the US Republican Party, are among the great world fortunes who play politics out of sight of the Press. Their company, KKR, like Blackstone and the Carlyle Group, is one of the world’s major investment funds.

    « Emmanuel’s curiosity for the ’can-do attitude’ was fascinating - the capacity to tell yourself that you can do anything you set your mind to. He had a thirst for knowledge and a desire to understand how things work, but without imitating or copying anyone. In this, he remained entirely French », declares Marie-Josée Drouin (Mrs. Kravis) today [2].

    Bearing the double recommendation of the Kravis couple and Jean-Pierre Jouyet [3], he integrated the closed circle of François Hollande’s campaign team. In an e-mail addressed to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Director of political planning Jake Sullivan named the four principal members of the Socialist candidate’s campaign team, including the unknown Emmanuel Macron. He specified that Macron would probably become the Director General of the Treasury (« the top civil servant at the Finance Ministry ») [4].

    However, when François Hollande was elected, Emmanuel Macron became the assistant General Secretary of the Elysée, a more political function. It seems that he had ambitions to succeed Jean-Pierre Jouyet as Director of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (the Deposits and Consignments Fund), a post which was entrusted in May 2014 to the General Secretary of the Elysée. A few days later, proposed by the Kravis couple, he was invited to the Bilderberg Club, where he delivered a violent intervention in perfect English against his boss, François Hollande. When he returned to Paris, he resigned from Hollande’s cabinet.

    The Kravis couple are among the main pillars of the Bilderberg Club, which is administered by Marie-Josée Drouin-Kravis. Contrary to a commonly-held belief, the Bilderberg is not a place where decisions are made. Its archives attest to the fact that it was created by the CIA and MI6, then became an organ of influence for NATO, which directly looks after its security [5]. Since Macron’s intervention had been well received, he became one of NATO’s men in France.

    Having left politics, he had no desire to return. He explained to his entourage on a number of occasions that he wanted to become a university professor. With the help of essayist Alain Minc (admitted to the Bilderberg Club in 2008), he obtained a post at the university of Berlin and another at the London School of Economics, but was unable to find a place at Harvard.

    However, in August 2014, three months after having « left politics », and on a proposition by Jean-Pierre Jouyet (admitted in 2009 to the Bilderberg Club), he was named by François Hollande as Minister of the Economy, Industry and Digital Technology.

    In a book published in 2018, François Hollande assured that this choice had been his idea [6]. That may be, but would suppose that he had not been informed about Macron’s intervention at the Bilderberg meeting – although one of his Ministers and close friend Fleur Pélerin had also been present.

    In December 2014, Henry Kravis created his own Intelligence agency, the KKR Global Institute. He nominated at its head the ex-Director of the CIA, General David Petraeus. With the Kravis couple’s private funds (the KKR investment funds), and without referring to Congress, Petraeus pursued operation « Timber Sycamore » which had been initiated by President Barack Obama. This was the largest weapons traffic in History, implicating at least 17 states and representing many thousands of tons of weapons worth several billion dollars [7]. As such, Kravis and Petraeus became the main suppliers for Daesh [8].

    The French President of Bilderberg, Henri de Castries, invited the Deputy Mayor of Le Havre, Edouard Philippe, to the annual meeting, which on this occasion was held in June 2015 in Austria. Philippe was to be re-invited in May 2016, this time in Germany. During the presidential campaign in France, both Henri de Castries and Edouard Philippe supported François Fillon, but dropped him as soon as Jean-Pierre Jouyet [9] handed the Canard Enchaîné the financial documents collected by the Inspectorate of Finances concerning the suspicious employment of Madame Fillon [10]. They then joined Emmanuel Macron’s camp.

    In April 2016, Emmanuel Macron founded his political formation En Marche!, whose marketing strategy was copied from that of Kadima (Forward!), Ariel Sharon’s pretended non-right, non-left party. As for Macron’s programme, it was built on the notes of the OCDE [11] and those of the Institut Montaigne, of which Henri de Castries was president. In fact, En Marche! was created in the offices of the Institut. But Castries fooled Fillon into believing that this was pure coincidence , and that he did not support Macron. He continued for months telling Fillon that he was ready to become his Prime Minister.

    Initially, the financing of En Marche! was not supervised. It was a simple association which was allowed to receive gifts from abroad. The names of the sponsors were not revealed to the Tax Office. Arch-billionaire Henry Kravis was one of them.

    During his campaign, Emmanuel Macron regularly met with the ex-President of the IMF, Dominique Strauss-Kahn (« DSK »). These workshop meetings were denied until they were revealed by Le Parisien, much later, when his reputation as a sexual pervert had died down. DSK (admitted to the Bilderberg Club in 2000) brought both the support of senior government officials and that of French company management – the sociological alliance which had supported the collaborationist régime of Philippe Petain and reformed again in the 1980’s around the Fondation Saint-Simon.

    In June 2018, the Minister for Youth and National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, was invited on the proposition of Henri de Castries to the annual meeting of the Bilderberg Club, which was held this time in Italy. This lawyer, a specialist in Constitutional law, has always linked political science and education. He was one of the three central directors of the Ministry for Education, then director of the prestigious Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (ESSEC). He has known Castries for many years, frequenting him at the Institut Montaigne.

    When the Yellow Vests crisis began in France [12], it quickly became evident that this was a profound problem which could only be resolved by addressing the question of global finance, which President Macron can not do. During his electoral campaign, he surprised sponsors at a dinner in New York by making accusations against the financialisation of the economy. It was no more than electoral rhetoric. He was taken to task by the Mr. and Mrs. Kravis – financialisation is the system that enables them to operate the « leveraged buy-outs », which have made them what they are.

    Faced with the Yellow Vest movement, President Macron will have to sacrifice his Prime Minister as an expiatory victim during the next elections (the European elections of May 2019, which will certainly be lost). But apart from the fact that he has to hang on for five more months, who is there to replace him? When you owe the financing of your electoral campaign and the choice of your Prime Minister to NATO, it is unthinkable to replace him without first referring to the Alliance. The ideal candidate for the job would therefore be Jean-Michel Blanquer.


    Translation Pete Kimberley



    [1] This meeting probably took place in 2007. Thereafter, Emmanuel Macron systematically visited the Kravis couple whenever he was in the USA, and Henry Kravis welcomed him in his offices on Avenue Montaigne when he visited Paris.
    [2] «Quand Emmanuel Macron découvrait l’Amérique à 29 ans», François Clemenceau, Le Journal du Dimanche, 22 avril 2018.
    [3] Jean-Pierre Jouyet is a personal friend of François Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy. He directed the General Inspectorate of Finances from 2005 to 2007. He was then Emmanuel Macron’s hierarchical superior.
    [4] «Hollande Team», e-mail by Jake Sullivan, May 10, 2012. Source : Wikileaks.
    [5] “What you don’t know about the Bilderberg-Group”, by Thierry Meyssan, Komsomolskaïa Pravda (Russia) , Voltaire Network, 9 May 2011.
    [6] Les leçons du pouvoir, François Hollande, Stock, 2018.
    [7] “Billions of dollars’ worth of arms against Syria”, by Thierry Meyssan, Translation Pete Kimberley, Voltaire Network, 18 July 2017.
    [8] “Seize the transnational corporations to rebuild Syria?”, by Thierry Meyssan, Translation Pete Kimberley, Voltaire Network, 14 August 2018.
    [9] Jean-Pierre Jouyet remained friends with Henri de Castries at the end of their studies at the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA, Promotion Voltaire). It was there that they met François Hollande.
    [10] Contrary to the official version, the information published by the Canard Enchaîné was not the fruit of a journalistic investigation. The entire dossier was handed in one delivery to the weekly newspaper by Jean-Pierre Jouyet, in violation of financial secrets.
    [11] The Organisation de Cooperation et de Développement Economiques (OCDE) is one of the two organisms born of the Marshall Plan. The other is NATO.
    [12] “How the West eats its children”, by Thierry Meyssan, Translation Pete Kimberley, Voltaire Network, 4 December 2018.
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    Thanks to the youtubes Amazing Polly for this find.

    Interesting open letter to Macron from General Martinez.

    Link: https://ripostelaique.com/marrakech-...re-patrie.html

    Translated:


    Mr. President, you can only decide to deprive us of our homeland
    Mr. President

    You are about to sign the "Global Compact on safe, orderly and regular migration", which establishes a real right to migration, on 10 and 11 December. It will be able to impose itself on our national legislation by means of pre-existing treaties or the principle of common responsibility set out in this pact.

    It seems to us that the only sovereignty left to France will be to set freely the way in which the objectives of the pact will have to be implemented. You cannot give up this new part of national sovereignty without a public debate, while 80% of the French population considers that immigration must be stopped or drastically regulated. By deciding alone to sign this pact, you would add a motive for further revolt to the wrath of a people already misleading. You would be guilty of a denial of democracy, or even betrayal of the nation.

    Moreover, the finances of our country are bloodless and our debt is progressing. Therefore, you cannot take the risk of an expensive migratory air call without first demonstrating that you will not be forced to resort to more taxes to meet the objectives of the pact. On the other hand, you must be able, in a safe term, to curb the consequences of the arrival of non-European populations. Finally, you cannot ignore the fact that the essence of politics is to ensure security outside and concord inside. However, this concord can only be achieved on the condition of maintaining a certain internal coherence of society, the only one capable of wanting to do together what is becoming more and more problematic today.

    Indeed, the French state realises a little late the inability to integrate too many populations, and also a totally different culture, which have been grouped together over the last forty years in areas which no longer submit to Laws of the Republic.

    You can not decide alone to erase our civilizational landmarks and deprive us of our carnal homeland.

    We therefore ask you to stay the signature of this pact and to call by referendum the French to decide on this document. You are an accountant before the French of your actions. Your election is not a blank seal.

    We support the initiative of General MARTINEZ against the signing of this pact, which is to be adopted by the Member States of the United Nations at the Intergovernmental Conference in Marrakech.

    General Antoine MARTINEZ

    Charles Millan – former minister of Defence

    General Marc BERTUCCHI

    General Philippe Meager

    General André COUSTOU

    General Roland DUBOIS

    General Daniel Goh

    General Christian Houdet

    General Michel ISSAVERDENS

    Admiral Patrick MARTIN

    General Christian PIQUEMAL

    General Daniel SCHAEFFER

    General Didier TAUZIN

    Colonel Jean Louis Chanas
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    Oh la la, military take over to restaure democracy??? this would be a first for France. If true (which I am not sure of), this would be a first in the western world.


    Quote Posted by BMJ (here)
    Thanks to the youtubes Amazing Polly for this find.

    Interesting open letter to Macron from General Martinez.

    Link: https://ripostelaique.com/marrakech-...re-patrie.html

    Translated:

    Mr. President, you can only decide to deprive us of our homeland

    Mr. President

    You are about to sign the "Global Compact on safe, orderly and regular migration", which establishes a real right to migration, on 10 and 11 December. It will be able to impose itself on our national legislation by means of pre-existing treaties or the principle of common responsibility set out in this pact.

    It seems to us that the only sovereignty left to France will be to set freely the way in which the objectives of the pact will have to be implemented. You cannot give up this new part of national sovereignty without a public debate, while 80% of the French population considers that immigration must be stopped or drastically regulated. By deciding alone to sign this pact, you would add a motive for further revolt to the wrath of a people already misleading. You would be guilty of a denial of democracy, or even betrayal of the nation.

    Moreover, the finances of our country are bloodless and our debt is progressing. Therefore, you cannot take the risk of an expensive migratory air call without first demonstrating that you will not be forced to resort to more taxes to meet the objectives of the pact. On the other hand, you must be able, in a safe term, to curb the consequences of the arrival of non-European populations. Finally, you cannot ignore the fact that the essence of politics is to ensure security outside and concord inside. However, this concord can only be achieved on the condition of maintaining a certain internal coherence of society, the only one capable of wanting to do together what is becoming more and more problematic today.

    Indeed, the French state realises a little late the inability to integrate too many populations, and also a totally different culture, which have been grouped together over the last forty years in areas which no longer submit to Laws of the Republic.

    You can not decide alone to erase our civilizational landmarks and deprive us of our carnal homeland.

    We therefore ask you to stay the signature of this pact and to call by referendum the French to decide on this document. You are an accountant before the French of your actions. Your election is not a blank seal.

    We support the initiative of General MARTINEZ against the signing of this pact, which is to be adopted by the Member States of the United Nations at the Intergovernmental Conference in Marrakech.

    General Antoine MARTINEZ

    Charles Millan – former minister of Defence
    General Marc BERTUCCHI

    General Philippe Meager

    General André COUSTOU

    General Roland DUBOIS

    General Daniel Goh

    General Christian Houdet

    General Michel ISSAVERDENS

    Admiral Patrick MARTIN

    General Christian PIQUEMAL

    General Daniel SCHAEFFER




    General Didier TAUZIN

    Colonel Jean Louis Chanas

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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Oh la la, military take over to restaure democracy??? this would be a first for France. If true (which I am not sure of), this would be a first in the western world.
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    Probably the reason why Macron couldn't call on the army to give a hand to the police forces... and why he had to completely go into reverse gear and backpedaled out of his masters' plans of the pauperization of France.
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    Exposed: the Nazi roots of the European Union

    by Jon Rappoport Dec 12, 2018


    World War 2 continued by other means

    This is an intelligence briefing. Here I present the bare bones of what has been happening before our eyes…if we would see it.

    Once upon a time, there was an industrial combine in Nazi Germany called IG Farben. It was the largest chemical/pharmaceutical octopus in the world. It owned companies, and it had favorable business agreements with companies from England to Central America to Japan.

    The author of The Devil’s Chemists, Josiah DuBois, traveled to Guatemala, on a fact-finding mission, in the early days of World War 2, and returned with the comment that, as far as he could tell, Guatemala was “a wholly owned subsidiary of Farben.”

    The pharmaceutical empire was and is one of the major forces behind the European Union (EU). It is no accident that these drug corporations wield such power. They aren’t only involved in controlling the medical cartel; they are political planners.

    This is how and why Big Pharma fits so closely with what is loosely referred to as the New World Order. The aim of enrolling every human in a cradle-to-grave system of disease diagnosis and toxic drug treatment has a larger purpose: to debilitate, to weaken populations.

    This is a political goal. It facilitates control.

    IG Farben’s main component companies, at the outbreak of World War 2, were Bayer, BASF, and Hoechst. They were chemical and drug companies. Farben put Hitler over the top in Germany as head of State, and the war was designed to lead to a united Europe that would be dominated by the Farben nexus.

    The loss of the war didn’t derail that plan. It was shifted into an economic blueprint, which became, eventually, the European Union.

    The European Commission’s first president was Walter Hallstein, the Nazi lawyer who, during the war, had been in charge of post-war legal planning for the new Europe.

    As the Rath Foundation reports: In 1939, on the brink of the war, Hallstein had stated,
    “The creation of the New Law [of the Nazis] is ONLY the task of the law-makers!”
    In 1957, with his reputation sanitized, Hallstein spoke the words in this manner:
    “The European Commission has full and unlimited power for all decisions related to the architecture of this European community.”
    Post-war, IG Farben was broken up into separate companies, but those companies (Bayer, Hoechst, and BASF) came roaring back, attaining new profit highs.

    I refer you to the explosive book, The Nazi Roots of the Brussels EU, by Paul Anthony Taylor, Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, Dr. Matthias Rath, and August Kowalczyk. You can also read it at relay-of-life.org. It is a dagger in the heart of the EU.

    At the Rath Foundation, you can also read Joseph Borkin’s classic, “The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben.”

    In 1992, I was deeply engaged in researching the specific devastating effects of medical drugs. Eventually, I concluded that, at the highest levels of power, these drugs weren’t destructive by accident. They were intended to cause harm. This was covert chemical warfare against the population of the planet. The Rockefeller-Standard Oil-Farben connection was a primary piece of the puzzle.

    It was, of course, Rockefeller (and Carnegie) power that had forced the birth of pharmaceutical medicine in America, with the publication of the 1910 Flexner Report. The Report was used to excoriate and marginalize Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, and other forms of traditional natural practice, in favor of what would become the modern juggernaut of drug-based treatment.

    In an article about the FDA, “Medical Murder in the Matrix,” I point out the fact that this federal agency has permitted at least 100,000 deaths of Americans, per year, from the direct effects of drugs it - the FDA - has certified as safe. (See, for example, JAMA, July 26, 2000, ‘Is US Health Really the Best in the World,’ Dr. Barbara Starfield.)

    The FDA knows these death figures. “Unintended” and “accidental” can no longer be applied to this ongoing holocaust.

    The pharmaceutical industry itself also knows those death figures.

    To understand the dimensions and history of the ongoing chemical warfare against the population, in the form of medical drugs (and of course pesticides), one must factor in the original octopus, IG Farben.

    World War 2 never ended. It simply shifted its strategies.

    In any fascist system, the bulk of the people working inside the system, including scientists, refuse to believe the evidence of what is happening before their own eyes. They insist they are doing good. They believe they are on the right side. They see greater top-down control as necessary and correct. They adduce “reasonable” explanations for inflicted harm and death.

    World War 2 is still underway. The battleground has been changed, and the means are far cleverer.

    Sun Tzu wrote:
    “Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting… The best victory is when the opponent surrenders of its own accord before there are any actual hostilities…It is best to win without fighting.”
    This is what has been happening: invisible warfare.


    Jon Rappoport

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    So, who gives a sh!t about Macron or his successor - Marion Maréchal-Le Pen - when the real targets need to be these globalist mega corporations... which "purchase"/bribe their "authority" from top down and/or via other organizations like the IMF, BIS, WHO, etc...


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    On September 19, 1946, it was Sir Winston Churchill who delivered a famous speech in Zurich, calling for the creation of “a United States of Europe”, ....... as long as it didn’t include Britain.
    What says this of him?

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    When a leader says "NO!" to Europe:


    Tale of two uprisings: Ukraine's Maidan got McCain and cookies while French Yellow Vests met with icy silence from Washington

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    This glaringly hypocritical position with regards to the French protesters reveals a deeply flawed, cart-before-the-horse Western axiom that commands: ‘whatever works to the advantage of Western institutions and its political elite is automatically good for democracy.’

    Unlike the 2014 Ukraine uprising, which witnessed invasive meddling on the part of US politicians and diplomats, Western support for the French Yellow Vest protests has been conspicuously missing in action.

    With the streets of Paris ablaze for a fourth weekend in a row, as a swarm of Yellow Vests assert themselves against a French government which, they argue, has become increasingly detached from the cares of ordinary citizens, support among Western capitals for the protesters is nowhere to be found.

    This is a bit odd since the 'gilets jaunes' are not just protesting Macron's (rescinded) plans for a fuel tax, but have released a list of 42 demands they want to see implemented. This includes an increase of the minimum wage, pensions and wages, as well as a halt to illegal immigration into the country. In other words, we are not talking about violent anarchists on the streets of France, but regular citizens. Thus far, the movement enjoys a high level of support among the French, with one poll showing 72 percent siding with the protesters.

    The United States and its allies may have trouble explaining their tone-deafness in the face of these legitimate concerns on the part of millions of French citizens. At the very least, their icy silence will reveal a no small amount of double standards and outright hypocrisy since the West rarely misses an opportunity to interfere in the affairs of foreign states - mostly in the Middle East - when 'democracy' is purportedly on the line.

    Consider Washington's starkly different attitude to Ukraine's 2014 Maidan revolution, which brought down the government of Viktor Yanukovich through the explicit support of the United States, as well as a number of influential NGOs operating in the country. Yanukovich committed the unforgivable mistake of thinking he would be allowed to pursue an independent course for his country, despite the fact that since 1992, the US had spent over $5 billion propping up 'democracy-building programs' in Ukraine.

    Did Kiev really think that Washington would not eventually expect something in return for all those dollars, like maybe deciding who would eventually rule the Eastern European country on Russia's border? And that is exactly what happened.

    When Yanukovich signaled that he would not sign Ukraine up to an EU trade deal, he awoke a sleeping giant below his feet. Several weeks after the announcement, as his country was becoming increasingly divided over its options, the late US Senator John McCain appeared in central Kiev where he tossed dry wood on the smoldering fires by proclaiming at a rally on Independence Square, "Ukraine will make Europe better, and Europe will make Ukraine better...America is with you."

    What could have motivated Washington to pursue such blatant interference in the affairs of Ukraine, while ignoring the French 'gilets jaunes' that are now fanning out across France, protesting the neo-Liberal policies of President Emmanuel Macron? Could the answer have anything to do with something as simple as money? That certainly seems to be a large part of the equation.

    After all, steering Kiev away from Russia, Western officials understood, would pay off handsome dividends for Western lending institutions, like the International Monetary Fund, which had already lent Kiev billions of dollars to stay afloat. The West was fiercely opposed to the idea of Russia and China becoming 'lenders of last resort', a financial and political function that the Western world covets more than any other, with the possible exception of military interventionism against sovereign states.

    Fast forward one year after John McCain was agitating rallies in Kiev, and Victoria Nuland was handing out cookies to the protesters, and we find Ukraine, under the new leadership of the US-anointed President Petro Poroshenko, inking a $17.5bn (£11.5bn) loan deal with the IMF, together with the painful austerity measures that always accompany the bags of cash.

    Presently, there are no such financial incentives in France that would convince Western capitals to 'rally on behalf of democracy' as it had done without delay in Ukraine.

    This glaringly hypocritical position with regards to the French protesters reveals a deeply flawed, cart-before-the-horse Western axiom that commands: 'whatever works to the advantage of Western institutions and its political elite is automatically good for democracy.' This does not exclude social upheaval and revolution. If violence in the streets translates into the empowerment of Western institutions, not least of all the global financial institutions, then such actions will be rewarded with Western support without a moment's thought.

    Today, Emmanuel Macron, 40, the former Rothschild investment banker known as "president of the rich" by his countrymen, is facing the prospect of an early political demise, no less than Viktor Yanukovich faced in 2014.

    Indeed, to say that Macron's popularity among the French is in the toilet would be putting the situation mildly.

    As one local English-language French magazine summed up his plight, Macron is:
    "long-hated by the extreme-leftist groups because of his past as a banker... detested by the far-right because of his pro-European, globalist beliefs and now hated by many ordinary French people, who see him as arrogant, aloof and unsympathetic to their problems."
    Yet, not a single Western politician to date has appeared in the French capital, rallying the protesters and demanding Macron step aside; nor has any top-ranking US diplomat been spotted handing out cookies to the French rabble as Victoria Nuland did in Kiev at the height of Ukrainian tensions.

    Incidentally, with such stark images in mind, it seems preposterous that the US can actually accuse Russia of meddling in its political affairs, and without a shred of evidence to back the claims. But I digress.

    The simple reason that no Western country has come out to condemn Macron is because he toes the line on neo-liberalism and extreme free-market economics that has ravaged the French middle class to breaking point. The fuel hike was just the proverbial straw that broke the voters' back.

    It would be no exaggeration to say that all segments of French society have become caught up in the protests. Today we see hundreds of French schools, for example, shutting down as students take to the streets to protest Macron's unpopular education reform. Pensioners are also counted among the protesters after Macron lectured them to stop "whining" about spending cuts, at the very same time he was slashing taxes for the wealthy.

    Clearly, there is nothing about Macron that Western leaders can find not to their liking. He is carrying out painful liberal reforms with gusto, and only under pain of usurpation does he backpedal on his political program. Although the rudderless French president may fancy himself as a modern-age Napoleon, acting tough with his subjects to get what he wants, ultimately it will be the French street that decides his fate, which at the moment looks very bleak.

    Such a brutal wake-up call may very well be in store for many more Western neo-liberal leaders, who fail to feel the pulse of their people when instituting their unpopular policies, in the weeks and months to come.


    @Robert_Bridge


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    French farmers' union blasts Macron's empty promises: 'Minimum wage is nuts if you work 70 hours a week'

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    Protesters wearing yellow vests occupy a roundabout in Sainte-Eulalie near Bordeaux © Reuters/Regis Duvignau

    The French President tried to quell Yellow Vest protests by vowing to increase the minimum wage and cut some taxes, but it means nothing to farmers working long hours and living on slim budgets, their union head told RT France.

    President Emmanuel Macron sought to appease Yellow Vest demonstrators, offering them concessions after weeks of massive protests. A monthly minimum wage hike by €100 ($113) and tax decreases for the poor among them.

    But Veronique le Floch, Secretary General of 'Coordination rurale' (Rural Coordination), a labor union of French farmers, told RT France Macron had only embraced wage earners but failed to deliver a similar promise to those employed in agriculture.


    "We have nothing to do with minimal wage as we don't talk working overtime because it's all unclear when you work 70 hours a week," le Floch railed at Macron for neglecting "the plight of agriculture" and not considering the real income of people residing in rural areas.
    "He forgot [to say] that every second farmer lives on less than 365 euros ($415) a month, that a farmer's pension is under the social benefits standards," the union head stated.
    According to le Floch, farmers spend as much as half of their income on various taxes, including the tax on compulsory social insurance, the land tax and the income tax. "Even if you make no income, you still have to pay those taxes," she explained.

    Macron's measures met an equally cold response from the French opposition and the general public.

    The Yellow Vest rallies against the new taxes, which were expected to lead to fuel price hikes, snowballed into a nationwide protest campaign in a matter of weeks. Major clashes between police and protesters also took place, reaching levels of violence unseen in France for decades.
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    Joseph Ferrell returns with News and Views From the Nefarious and his focus is on France and Macron. He's laughing so much he's having a hard time talking about Macron with good reason. But not all is fun and giggles. Enjoy.


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    Eh, it's even warming up a bit North of the "Channel":


    'Gilets Jaunes' movement spreading: Pro-Brexit protesters block London bridges, bring traffic to standstill

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    Pro-Leave demonstrators donning yellow vests took over Tower Bridge (pictured) today as they demanded Britain's exit from the EU © Twitter/p4rus

    Pro-Brexit activists, wearing yellow vests similar to those worn in recent protests in France, have blocked London's Westminster Bridge, briefly bringing traffic to a standstill.

    Passersby tweeted content from the bridge, showing several dozen protesters sitting in front of traffic, chanting: 'Brexit now' and singing 'Rule Britannia'. Several protesters were seen waving the Union Jack flag, while others were wearing clothing with pro-Donald Trump insignia.

    A spokesperson for the Metropolitan police said they are aware of the protests, adding that no arrests have been made.

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    After being moved on, protesters walked down Whitehall, gathering outside Downing Street where one activist berated the police officers with a megaphone demanding a meeting with UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

    The group 'Fighting for Justice' appear to be involved in the protest, their Facebook account posted a live stream of the protest. One of the group's founders is Tracy Blackwell, who's teenage son was one of three boys killed by a hit-and-run-driver in January this year.

    Fight for Justice's social media pages promote solidarity with France's Yellow Vest protesters and comments from high profile UKIP figures such as ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson and leader Gerard Batten.



    While blocking the iconic bridge, campaigners were seen angrily remonstrating with motorists and bystanders © The Daily Mail

    The protesters wore hi-visibility yellow vests, similar to those worn by anti-austerity, anti-fuel tax protesters in France, who have been dubbed the Gilets Jaunes. While the protests began in France, they have since spread to Belgium and the Netherlands.

    Over the last month hundreds of thousands of Gilets Jaunes protesters have brought France to a standstill in rallies that have often turned violent, demanding more progressive taxes, increased social funding and a halt to a proposed fuel tax. French President Emmanuel Macron announced a scrapping of the fuel tax, it is currently unclear whether his concession will dampen protests with many vowing to carry on.
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    They lied: The UN Migration Pact IS legally binding and could be valid FOR ALL countries

    By Laura Cat voiceofeurope.com
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    They lied.

    For months proponents of the UN Migration Pact told us that the pact was non-binding. The response to the many citizens of nation states worldwide having signed country specific petitions was that it was non-binding so there was nothing to worry about, it was going to be good.

    The immensely opposed and disastrous document declares unlimited migration to be treated as a human right, thereby deprecating the term ‘illegal migrants’, and criminalises any criticism of migration as hate speech.

    The points that raised alarm for most was that it seeks to eliminate all forms of dissent. Media organisations for example, should they criticise anything to do with migration would lose access to state funding. People would be labelled as racists or guilty of hate speech which will now be criminalised. This pact will literally erase our borders.

    The question I’ve been asking is if the countries that refused to sign, are they still bound to it being members of the UN. Most people were of the mind that it would only affect the signatories.

    Now we know. In a frank exchange with Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel, Mr. Hebner of the AfD drew out an admission that it is, in fact, legally binding. As well, that it will be adopted as rule for all UN Member states once enacted.

    Mr. Hebner asks:
    “You can see for yourself clearly that during the conference, the spokesperson for Morocco emphasised that the agreement was legally binding. He said clearly, in a literal sense, that there is a corresponding legal bond for all nations taking part as well as an obligation of implementation. You and your delegation did not raise a single word of objection to that statement but idly accepted it. I would like to emphasise that the parliamentary motion was not presented at the conference. “
    Ms. Merkel’s response not only confirmed what we at Voice of Europe have been suspecting all along, the claim it is indeed binding, but that once voted and accepted it will be valid for all:
    “So then, during the UN General Assembly next week, the pact will once again be up for debate and a decision will be made on whether to accept it. At this time, a member state can demand a vote. When two-thirds of the represented countries agree then it is valid for all. That’s how majority decision-making works.”
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    Ben voilà; en bon français (English subtitles):

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    That last video is so right on Herve. That guy is basically telling the whole truth of the movement -- and of the movements we should all be having in our own countries.

    Remember when Ron Paul used to talk about the Fed Reserve? And what happened to him? He's selling gold nuggets now on the internet. And I don't hear his progeny talking about it. Because they know. They all know. This Chartres citizen cut right to the quick of it. Lack of control of the nation's money. Bingo.

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