Except the part about running an actually independent power?
18 April, 2018 by
In the space of a few days Macron has:
- Claimed he talked Trump into staying in Syria. The White House has denied this.
- Claimed he, Trump and May successfully drove a wedge between Russia and Turkey. The Turks begged to differ.
- Claimed he is “the equal of Putin”.
Inadequacy much? How needy for recognition is this guy?
Indeed he seems to suggest he bombed Syria so Putin would take him more seriously:
The French premier [sic] said: “I am an equal of Putin. By the way, Putin understands me.
“And I decided to strike Syria in order to convey to Putin that we are also part of this.”
It’s safe to say that’s going about it the wrong way. The equals of Putin are Kim, Castro, Morales, Maduro, Lukashenko, Nazarbayev, Aliyev — figures who run actually independent states, not appendages of the Empire. If he wants to impress Putin he should start by declaring his independence.
Rothschild’s little French poodle Mr. “Plastique” Macron
Rothschild’s little poodle Macron coming to power based on fraudulent voting and money power in France, not even the majority of eligible French voters, will now set out to reverse everything that has been fought for by the labor class in France. Macron’s power grab financed and backed by the French-based House of Rothschild, will now undermine the working class in France. Sort of like being on a farm where the French working class are being harvested. Our only hope now is that the French will take to the streets to begin open warfare as the reality of Rothschild’s French poodle coming to power sets in. Want to read a fascinating thread? Go to this thread and have a sobering read through destroying western populations by design.
Source: James Petras
President Emmanuel Macron: Reversing Five Decades of Working-Class Power
May 21, 2017
Introduction: Whatever has been written about President Emmanuel Macron by the yellow or the respectable press has been mere trivia or total falsehood. Media lies have a purpose that goes beyond Macron’s election. Throughout Europe and North America, bankers and manufacturers, NATO, militarists and EU oligarchs, media moguls and verbal assassins, academics and journalists, all characterized the election victory of Macron as a ‘defeat of fascism’ and the ‘triumph of the French people’.
Macron and ‘What People’?
First of all, Macron received only 46% of the actual vote. Over 54% of eligible French voters either abstained, spoiled their ballots or voted for Marine Le Pen, the nationalist populist. In other words, 26 million voters rejected or ignored Macron’s candidacy versus 20.6 million voters who endorsed him. This was despite an unremitting push for Macron from the entire French and European mass media, all of the major political parties and the vast majority of academics, journalists, publishers, undertakers and doormen.
In a word: Emmanuel Macron is a minority President, unpopular to most of the French electorate.
There are some very sound political and socio-economic reasons why Macron’s candidacy would be rejected by most of the French people, while receiving full support from the ruling class.
Secondly, there was a phony image of Macron as the ‘novice, untainted by old-line corrupt politics’. The financial and business press busily painted an image of the virgin Manny Macron bravely prepared to introduce ’sweeping reforms’ and rescue France – a sort of banker-Joan of Arc against the veteran ‘fascist’ Marine Le Pen and her ‘deplorable’ supporters.
The reality is that Macron has always been a highly experienced member of the most elite financial-political networks in France. He served as a senior executive in the notorious Rothschild banking conglomerate. In a few short years ‘Saint Manny’ had accumulated millions of euros in commissions from fixing corporate deals.
Macron’s financial colleagues encouraged him to accept the post of Economic Minister under the decrepit regime of President Francois Hollande. Banker Macron helped the ‘Socialist’ President Hollande shed any of his party(s pro-labor pretensions and embrace a radical anti-worker agenda. As Economic Minister Macron implemented a 40 billion euro tax cut for businesses and proposed far-right legislation designed to weaken workers collective bargaining rights.
If you find the thought of Rothschild’s French poodle coming to power revolting and want to read more, why hot head over to James Petras to read the entire article.