Paris is experiencing history-making riots as the leaders of that protest have rejected the Macron initial deal on carbon tax relief. In addition to the carbon tax, is there something else fueling these protests? It’s not just ordinary citizens that have taken to the streets and protested, sometimes rioted.
President Emmanuel Macron is being pressured to propose new solutions to calm the anger dividing France. Some 125,000 took to the streets during this last protest. The media is portraying this as people simply upset over increased taxes. But this is about much more. These are not the usual suspects taking to the streets; these are the comparison of “Middle America.”
Don’t let the media fool you; this is about more than a fuel tax. This is about people of Europe realizing what they have given up. The people of France want out of their own Climate agreement; they want immigration reform yesterday. When the U.S. withdraws from something, it makes it much easier for other nations to follow.
The hard-working taxpayers, the people that Macron’s Globalist policies hurt the most, include police and rescue. They are removing hats and badges and turning their backs on Macron. They are rejecting globalism now, but embraced it for decades. Meanwhile, the end result of socialism is evident in Venezuela where people are starving on the streets, or fleeing their once beautiful and prosperous country. In Venezuela’s recent election, over 70% of voters didn’t even bother to vote due to corruption.
In France, armored tanks emblazoned with the flag of the European Union helped to stop protesters, shocking people around the world. These videos have gone viral all over social media. Macron wants a united European Army to crush any further rebellion.
Adrian Hilton, a British academic and former adviser to leading Tory politician Michael Gove said, “I don’t think people realize how profoundly concerning this is: it isn’t just the symbolism; it’s the EU contra the…Yellow Vests; the European Union against the French people.”
The sight of these armored vehicles gives an insight into the future of the citizens of Europe with an expanding Globalist agenda under the European Union. Macron called for a European Army, but he didn’t say he would test them on his own citizens.
Macron finally spoke to the nation, promising to increase wages and asked employers to give employee’s bonuses. Nothing about immigration or pulling government money out of numerous social programs that do not benefit the average man and woman in France.
After promising to work with businesses and mayors across the country, Macron ended by saying, “We will not resume the course of our lives without anything having changed. We are at a historic moment for our country. My only concern is you. My only fight is for you. Our only battle is for France.”
Several quotes from Napoleon during the French Revolution in 1789 could just as well be said by Macron in 2018. We are witnessing the French Revolution 2.0:
“France has more need of me than I have need of France.”
“I am the successor, not of Louis XVI, but of Charlemagne.”
“If you wish to be a success in the world, promise everything, deliver nothing.”
U.S. President Donald Trump weighed in on the growing chaos in France recently. He called it “very sad” and suggested France scrap the Paris climate agreement. He then went on to say Macron should “return money back to the people in the form of lower taxes.”
This is why the French people were shouting, “We want Trump.” They see what the U.S. wasn’t afraid to do – move mountains and elect new leadership.
Democracy is crumbling in France because DEMOCRACY NEVER WORKS, which is why our Founding Fathers made the U.S. a Constitutional Republic. “Regular people” all over Europe are fed up and taking to the streets. There are calls for Revolution on one side and Globalism on the other. Sound familiar?
Klemens Von Metternich who was a statesman in Austria during the Napoleonic period said, “In Europe democracy is a falsehood. I do not know where it will end, but it cannot end in a quiet old age.”
In a democracy, the majority rules. Mob rule over Rule of Law. In a democracy, when you start giving out free stuff, the people begin to take it, then demand it. Democracy unleashes leftism which is why our founding fathers did not intend for the U.S. to be a democracy.
Alexander Fraser Tytler (1748-1813 Scottish historian, judge, author) said, “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship.”
He went on to say how a democracy fails and in what order:
“From Bondage to Spiritual Faith;
From Spiritual Faith to Great Courage;
From Courage to Liberty;
From Liberty to Abundance;
From Abundance to Selfishness;
From Selfishness to Complacency;
From Complacency to Apathy;
From Apathy to Dependency;
From Dependency back into Bondage.”
In my previous article, I went into detail regarding France and Germany and the spirit of Charlemagne still residing over their leaders. This spirit is increasingly spreading throughout Europe. Globalism is not something new, and certainly not new to France and Germany. Charlemagne was French but he ruled over the Germanic Empire, or the Holy Roman Empire, uniting the two.
Charlemagne created the basis for what would become the German Empire through his brutal conquests. Macron recently received the Charlemagne prize as did Angela Merkel. Pope Francis himself has also been awarded this prize.
The Charlemagne Prize of Aachen (the town in which he is buried) is the oldest and most known prize awarded for work done in the service of European unification. It is comparable, on a smaller scale, to the Nobel peace prize. The Frankish king is considered by many to be the “Father of Europe.”
The prize board said, “President Macron is not concerned with institutional nitty-gritty; his focus is much more on the fundamental issues, on the grand European narrative with which he aims to win the population’s support for the European integration process.”
The board went on to add, “Although he has only been in office for a short time, Emmanuel Macron has inspired Europe anew and brought new momentum and new dynamism to the debate on deeper unification of our continent.”
Angela Merkel said, “He has clear ideas on where and when Europe needs to evolve and has the capacity to inspire young Europeans.”
Macron has invoked past leaders of France before. Just days before World War One commemorations, Macron toured a battlefield of the Great War. He praised Marshal Philippe Pétain, a French general during the time. In June 1940, Pétain was appointed Prime Minister of France and then immediately surrendered France to Adolf Hitler. Between 1940 and 1944, Pétain collaborated with Hitler while he led Vichy France.
A British historian, Andrew Roberts, said Pétain “participated enthusiastically in sending non-French Jews to the death camps—principally Auschwitz—in a way that the Germans simply did not have the manpower or local knowledge to achieve.”
But Macron denies this history, saying PM Pétain was a “great soldier—this is a reality.”
Macron has become a hero to the left and was heavily endorsed by Barack Obama (interfering with another country’s elections btw). He is a globalist and an elitist, which he tries to back away from. He is also a former Rothschild banker. His recent poll ratings fell to just 18 percent. The left is not the majority, but just like in the U.S., they are the loudest.
He had a Catholic confirmation at 12 and studied with Jesuits. Though many consider him to be agnostic, some consider that he has been shaped by the Catholic Church. Macron worships the creation rather than the Creator. He and the pope are in agreement on many issues, including globalization and immigration.
Emmanuel Macron became the “first and only honorary canon” of the Basilica of St. John Lateran while on a trip to meet the pope in Rome.
This title dates back to the 15th century but many French presidents have declined the honor, usually in consideration of France’s difficult relationship with Catholicism. While many Frenchmen proclaim Catholicism, very few are practicing. France, a very secular, almost agnostic nation, has not embraced the church in recent years either. Macron not only accepted the honor but was the first to openly do so in many years.
Macron said he wanted to “repair the bond” between Church and state, and that “I am neither the inventor nor the promoter of a state religion which substitutes divine transcendence with a Republican creed.”
“That which has been is what will be, That which is done is what will be done, And there is nothing new under the sun. Is there anything of which it may be said, ‘See, this is new?’ It has already been in ancient times before us. There is no remembrance of former things, Nor will there be any remembrance of things that are to come by those who will come after” (Ecc. 1:9-11)
A visit by the French ruler is not only symbolic but this is how European history began. In the 780s the king of the Franks, Charlemagne the great, arrived in Rome after having crushed the Germanic tribe, the Lombards. Outside the old St. Peter’s Basilica, Charlemagne got down from his white stallion and crawled up the stairs on his knees to greet the pope. He stopped to kiss each step, before kissing the pope himself.
Several years later in 800 AD, a historic event happened when Charlemagne again arrived in Rome. Pope Leo III placed a crown on his bowed head and proclaimed him “the great and peace-giving Emperor.” And with that, European history truly begins.
Charlemagne’s rule marked the start of the great pact between the Catholic Church and Europe’s newly emerging states. The fact that in the last days a French leader would again be aligned with the pope is significant.
The Bible says “what was has always been.”
Jesus warned us that our fight would be with spiritual darkness and the rulers whom they possess. Hitler was against everything Christianity stood for. In fact, he spoke highly of Islam, not Christianity. He viewed Christianity as being a religion of weakness while Islam was a religion of military power and might. The same spiritual power that took hold of Hitler has also blamed Christianity as his reasoning. This is false. If anything, Hitler hated Christians. This is just another attempt to demonize our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
After the migrant wave, every U.N. member state in September 2016, including the United States under President Barack Obama, agreed that no country can and should manage international migration on their own. This is called the “Global compact for safe, orderly, and REGULAR migration.” This very pact is causing turmoil in Europe. Populist nations with a Christian majority are increasingly speaking against this pact set forth by the UN.
The pact does not allow any sovereign nation to decide who and when to allow migrants into their countries, although they claim it’s not legally binding. The US withdrew under President Trump in July 2018, stating the administration would not sign the UN pact. Many nations since that time have questioned the pact, with several refusing to sign on.
Most of these are nations in which populist leaders were recently elected. European countries that withdrew are considered traitors by the UN and especially EU nations like Germany and France. Any European nation that shows nationalism or patriotism is also being called treasonous. The EU recently began legal cases against Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic for their refusal to “take the necessary action” in helping to deal with the “refugees.”
The European Union’s migration commissioner is asking the EU nations that have withdrawn to reconsider. Not only to reconsider but they are receiving a barrage of comments indicating they are traitors to Europe. The agreement’s supporters claim working and living conditions of migrants are dire and that nations need to come together to help them, at the detriment of their own citizens. The citizens are put on the back burner while “migrants” jump to the head of the line, with their hands out, demanding free food, housing and medical. Recently in the US, it was found that 7 out of 10 immigrants are collecting welfare.
When ending United States participation, President Trump said the numerous provisions were “inconsistent with U.S. immigration and refugee policies.” The pact was formally approved at a Dec. 10-11 meeting in Morocco.
European populist governments, since President Trump withdrew, have started to question and attack the deal as well. They are not willing to give up their sovereignty for the EU, the UN or anyone else. With the election of President Trump, many have found their voices and agree with him.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said the pact is “entirely against Hungary’s security interests.” He went on to say it posed a threat to the world because it “could inspire millions” of migrants to come to Europe. He said the agreement was “extreme, biased and facilitates migration.”
Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban said, “The United Nations Global Migration Compact is a flawed document, and whoever signs it presents a serious risk to their own citizens.”
“Every substantive legal case in the future will make use of the document as a point of reference,” he warned. He also said mass migration was a “serious issue” and decision-makers should not ignore the opinion of the people.
The Belgian government just lost its majority in Parliament after its biggest partner, the right-wing N-VA, said it was pulling its ministers from the PM’s coalition after PM Michel refused its demand that he not join the U.N. migration pact.
This PACT is causing chaos all over Europe, which is why there is more to the France protests than just gas prices.
Prime Minister of Belgium Charles Michel, when announcing the end of his majority government, said, “One party, the N-VA, calls into question our common decision to join the U.N. migration pact, taken earlier this year in July.”
In Britain, the chaos over Brexit took a surprising turn when leftist parliament member Lloyd Russell-Moyle from Brighton, one of the United Kingdom’s most “progressive” cities, proceeded to take the golden mace from the table it sits on and attempted to leave. The mace is a gold and silver symbol of the monarch’s authority in Parliament. Without the mace, the house cannot sit.
Britain’s voters held elections to leave the European Union, and now the leaders are doing a horrible job of actually leaving. This is just another example of leftists not caring for rule of law or the will of the people.
Britain, even though the people garnered enough signatures to force parliament to answer questions on the Pact, said it has no intention of backing out. Forget the will of the people.
“The Compact is not legally binding,” the response assured Brits; “It creates a framework to allow countries to work together to make global migration more beneficial for everyone.”
The United States, on the other hand, had a completely different response:
“We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country,” the Trump administration said. “The global approach in the pact is simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”
Until President Trump had the courage to withdraw, this pact was a done deal. With Hillary Clinton, this pact was a done deal.
Poland and Austria are among several other nations that have taken similar stances on Islamic migration, saying that Muslim refugees could not and will not assimilate into their mostly Christian societies. Therefore, they no longer are willing to surrender their sovereignty to the EU. There is something very different between Eastern and Western cultures; this is undeniable. In the EU this is considered hate speech.
Merkel and Macron both recently took a shot at Trump after he officially withdrew the United States from the Global Migration Pact. Merkel said, “There are people who say they can solve everything themselves and don’t have to think about anyone else; that is nationalism in its purest form.”
There has been obvious tension between the two since 2016 on the campaign trail, when then candidate Trump said in January, “The German people are going to riot; the German people are going to end up overthrowing this woman. I don’t know what the hell she’s thinking.” In August of the same year, he compared her to Hillary Clinton. He said “Hillary Clinton wants to be America’s Angela Merkel, and you know what a disaster this massive immigration has been to Germany and the people of Germany.”
Macron went a step further when standing before world leaders who were there to honor Armistice Day. He said, “Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism. By saying ‘our interests first, who cares about the others,’ we erase what a nation holds dearest, what gives it life, what makes it great, and what is essential—its moral values.” President Macron’s speech was a direct shot at President Trump. Meanwhile, in the same sentence, he said nationalism is a betrayal to patriotism when they mean the exact same thing!
The United Nations’ migration package equals to “betraying Europe” because the plan is “in conflict with the interests of the people,” Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said. He insisted that the package would pose a “serious danger” for Europe because it is “aimed at legalizing illegal migration as a fundamental human right” and said that Hungary would vote against the proposal at next year’s UN general assembly session.
Macron said, “the Franco-German couple shares the obligation not to let the world slip into chaos and to guide it on the road to peace.”
“Europe must be stronger… and win more sovereignty,” he went on to demand, just as Merkel has, that EU member states surrender their national sovereignty to Brussels over “foreign affairs, migration, and development” as well as giving “an increasing part of our budgets and even fiscal resource standards.”
The term “Regular Migration” is mentioned 25 times in the Pact.
Several of the objectives fall right in line with the OIC. The pact includes such provisions as targeting free speech, protecting sharia law, setting a foundation for sharia banking, and those under the pact cannot criticize a migrant’s behavior or a Muslim’s religion; this is strongly condemned and of course the pact mentions protecting the human rights of Muslims.
Germany and France are not the only nations struggling with Islamic migration changing their culture. The mass immigration wave into Europe has affected many European nations.
Finland has seen a large increase in the number of Finnish women converting to Islam and even adopting the full-face veil. Both the Niqab and hijab are frequently seen on the streets of Helsinki since the 2015 migrant crisis began. Violent crimes, like sexual assault, have increased as well. But the Finnish women aren’t wearing headscarves and face veils out of fear; they are willingly doing so, in search of spirituality. Many claim covering themselves makes them feel “liberated” because they are not subjected to beauty standards in Western parts of the world. Feminism has turned into an almost sharia- compliant cause. In search of the masculinity they’ve chased from men on the left, they are finding it in Islam.
In certain parts of Copenhagen, Denmark, it has become a dangerous place for Danes to live. The Danish people, especially the women, do not feel safe in their own neighborhoods. Flying a Danish flag or celebrating one’s Danish heritage could very well get you attacked by Muslims. Not just Islamic migrants but by Danish-born Muslims as well. Many of Copenhagen’s Muslims are “radicalized.” But in actuality, they are simply living and behaving as Muslims have behaved since Muhammad created the religion.
Muslim gangs enforce religious Sharia laws in neighborhoods throughout Denmark. Not just Muslim neighborhoods either. Women are made to behave in a certain sharia-compliant way, especially when it comes to the way they dress. Some women have even started dying their hair dark to avoid harassment.
Many European countries are on a campaign to control the language used, while suppressing freedom of speech, especially in regards to Islam. The EU works closely with the OIC and United Nations; better said, they all work well together. The United Nations Global Migration Pact is on course to make migration for Islamic refugees a human right.
Italy’s leaders are boycotting a United Nations meeting set to make CRITICIZING MIGRATION a criminal offense. Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said decisions over migration were a matter for national governments. Suddenly these nations are realizing what they’ve given up for “free stuff.”
Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini had harsh words for Macron. Salvini celebrated his six-month anniversary since he won the election, where 80,000 Italians came waving flags and cheering him. His stance on the pact is obvious considering he has put a stranglehold on mostly Islamic immigrants from Africa from flooding into the country.
“History will probably show that if (Macron) had focused more on the French and less on Salvini and Italy, he would have a few less problems today….Macron reduced taxes for the very well-off and increased them for those less well off,” Salvini said. He went on to say, “The Italian government had no intention of following this example.”
The two leaders have a history of trading barbs with one another, especially over immigration. The Italian interior minister and Hungarian prime minister both stood side by side and vowed to demolish the current European Union globalist structure led by Macron. They claimed they will replace it with something that respects the national sovereignty of EU countries.
“In Europe, Macron is at the head of the parties that support immigration; on the other side are we ourselves, but we want to stop illegal immigration,” Orbán declared.
Salvini has also suggested that Macron should lead by example rather than lecturing other countries.
“We ask for collaboration from Macron — who spends his time giving lessons to foreign governments — by setting the example of opening Ventimiglia.” This is a border point between France and Italy and is currently closed to migrants.
“If he gives a good example,” Salvini said, “then we can also ask the Visegrád countries.”
The Visegrád Group — which is Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, has resisted immigration quotas imposed by the EU. These leaders, much like Trump, insist that their own citizens have the right to either accept migrants or not. It’s a sovereignty issue!
Macron responded by saying, “I will not give anything away to the nationalists and those who defend hate speech…if they want to see me as their chief adversary, they are right.”
He then went still further by saying that France is “an enemy of nationalism, of the politics of hatred, and of a Europe that must pay what is asked for and yet does not impose any form of responsibility or solidarity.”
“In the coming days and months, we will have to make in-depth decisions to address the issue of migration,” Macron said. “This implies seriousness and a spirit of responsibility, remaining faithful to our values, such as the right to asylum, with a real policy governing relations between countries of origin and our own.”
Socialism always leads to communism, and the EU has already embraced socialism.
PM Conte of Italy said, “Italy reserves the right to adhere to this document or not only after the parliament has decided.”
“The migration pact is a document that deals with issues and questions our citizens are concerned by,” an Italian government statement said.
Germany recently advised France to give its permanent seat at the UN Security Council to the European Union. This way, the bloc can “speak with one voice” as it advances its defense plans, like Macron’s call for a European Army.
German Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz made the proposal during a speech on the future of the EU in Berlin, claiming it would be a “bold and smart goal.”
He went on to say, “If we are to take the European Union seriously, the EU should speak with one voice within the UN Security Council. In the medium term, France’s seat could be converted to a seat for the EU.”
He also acknowledged that “France and Germany are now acting together in this particular forum.” The spirit of Charlemagne is alive and well.
He said there was still a “significant effort of persuasion necessary in Paris.” Mr. Scholz also suggested that France could be made “the permanent EU ambassador to the United Nations.” Macron is more than willing to accept that role. Where Germany goes, so goes France!
After the UK leaves the bloc in March 2019, France will be the only EU member state with the permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
If the EU were to be permitted to take France’s place at the UN Security Council, like the other four permanent members, it would have the right to veto UN resolutions. Most resolutions are directly against Israel.
France and Germany have taken the lead on the unified European military after Angela Merkel backed Macron’s calls for a “real, true European army.”
The US has spent the vast majority of funding to NATO, which protects European nations from countries like Russia, but Russia has cozied up to EU nations recently. If these countries are suddenly working together, what exactly are we protecting them from?
In a surprise move, Austria, the head nation of the EU, did not agree to sign the pact. One member nation stated that the Austrian government’s sudden exit from the UN deal is “astonishing, given it conducted the final stage of negotiations on its EU presidential capacity.”
The vast majority of UN member states agreed to adopt the pact, defying their citizens and moving one step closer to sharia-type law where criticizing Islam is a violation of human rights.
While a terrorist attack was happening in France at the hands of another Muslim, nearly thirty countries refused to attend the pact conference in Morocco, including the U.S.
In retaliation, EU member nations will most likely refuse to attend the Africa conference in Vienna, this according to Macron and Merkel.
The countries that refused to attend have also taken a tough stance on migration, with the Trump administration fighting for a border wall.
Either way you look at it, the European New World Order is forming right before our eyes. Where the Ottomans once tried to conquer Europe through the sword, the Christian West fought back, and they failed. Today, the Globalist agenda has taken up the Islamic vision against the West. This is the new and improved way of conquering Christian land, and with people like Macron in power, the red carpet has been rolled out.
Quran (9:29) – “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.” “People of the Book” refers to Christians and Jews.
Quran (8:39)- “Make war on them until idolatry shall cease and [Allah’s] religion [Islam] reigns supreme.”