Category Archives: Emmanuel Macron

Is France Really an Ally of the United States?

During his recent State visit in Washington, French President Emmanuel Macron spoke of the “long friendship” between France and the United States, and tried to present himself as a reliable ally. His statements, essentially empty words, should be taken with extreme caution.

If by ‘ally’ you mean ‘malignant parasite’ then yes France is an ally.

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Macron: Europe Entering Age of ‘Unprecedented’ Mass Migration, ‘Shares Destiny’ with Africa

“The migratory phenomenon we are facing will be historic,” declared the French president in a television appearance Sunday night, when he announced that “great poverty”, “climate change”, and “geopolitical conflicts” will see Africans flooding into Europe “for many years to come”.

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France: Mohammedans Tell Macron To Cool It On Islam

A leading representative of French Muslims urged Emmanuel Macron not to meddle in the organization of France’s second-largest religion, days after the president said he would try to redefine relations between Islam and the state.

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Violence on the streets of Paris as protesters rage against Macron for fifth day

This week the French President faced a mass revolt of 100 party members after they criticised his “broken promises and trust”.

Following this, furious protesters took to the streets yesterday afternoon in an anti-Macron rally for the fifth consecutive day.

Anti-Macron protesters confronted dozens of police while marching on the Elysee Palace in Paris, with a number of banks and businesses vandalised.

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Macron Blames France For The Rise Of Islamic Terrorism

French President Emmanuel Macron has blamed France for the rise of Islamism and said the Republic was not good enough for “youths”, as he outlined a series of social programmes for the country’s migrant-dominated, low-income neighbourhoods.

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France frets over ‘internal’ threat two years after Paris attacks

Two years after militants killed 130 people in coordinated attacks across Paris, French officials say there remains an unprecedented level of “internal” threat.

With Islamic State losing ground in Iraq and Syria, hundreds of French citizens – and in some cases their children – are expected to attempt to return to France, leaving the government in a quandary over how to deal with them.

 

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Ultra-Left group torch 50 police vehicles on day of anti-Macron protests

Left-wing extremists have claimed responsibility for an arson attack on a police station in France apparently timed to coincide with street protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s labour law reforms today.

Around 50 vehicles were destroyed in the blaze in the car park by the gendarmerie in Grenoble in eastern France. A police officer was hospitalised after inhaling smoke, but his condition is not thought to be serious.

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