Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, is playing host to world leaders—and attacking one of them. Guess who?
As The Washington Post reported on Sunday, “In the shadow of a grand war memorial here, French President Emmanuel Macron marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I by delivering a forceful rebuke against rising nationalism, calling it a ‘betrayal of patriotism’ and warning against ‘old demons coming back to wreak chaos and death.’” For much of Sunday, that article was the “Most Read” story on the Post’s website—of course it was.
Trudeau was deliberately posed on the far left (ha!) so he can be cropped out easily.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a press freedom event in Paris Sunday that one of the bulwarks protecting democratic governments from being undermined is also an institution under stress — a free-thinking, robust media.
Being in France, he must have been referring to the Charlie Hebdo attack, right?
As the entire world continues to talk about World War I commemorations that have been taking place in Paris over the weekend, the spotlight seems to be pointed at two world leaders: U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
French President Emmanuel Macron referred to nationalism as a “betrayal of patriotism” in pointed Armistice Day remarks that many consider to have been specifically directed at US President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ policies, according to several reports.
Three FEMEN activists attacked President Donald Trump’s motorcade, which was traveling up the Champs Elysees to attend the November 11 ceremony in Paris.
Donald Trump and France’s Emmanuel Macron have both said Europe should pay more of its defence costs, a day after the US president lambasted the idea of a European army.
Besides where would Macron get an army? It’s not like France has thousands of unemployed, violence-oriented, military aged men just sitting there waiting for an opportunity to wage
Anti-Semitic acts in France rocketed 69 percent in the first nine months of 2018, prime minister Edouard Philippe has confirmed, releasing the figures on the 80th anniversary of the notorious Nazi attacks against Jews known as “Kristallnacht”.
“Mobs.” That word keeps popping up.
Unpopular French president Emmanuel Macron revealed this Tuesday, November the 6th in a long interview to Radio Europe 1 his ambitious plans to revive a pan European army, based on a combined EU military force: “We won’t protect Europeans if we don’t decide to have a real European army.”
…While the ad received mixed reviews in the United States, where it first appeared, in France it was received with fury. For as the French petition showed, Gap’s attempt to celebrate the hijab — as part of its “diversity” campaign — did not amuse or fool the French, who are keenly aware of its significance. And some Muslims who don’t care for the hijab also chimed in: “Dear @Gap @GapKids your attempts to ‘inclusiveness’ by normalizing ‘Child Hijab’ is disgusting. You’re literally supporting an act of child abuse,” said a post by Hanouf Mohammad on Twitter.
“The situation has worsened. Of course, since these men are more and more numerous. Like many others, I gave up taking the metro to La Chapelle, to cross the square … Even at a running pace,” a local woman who did not wish to be identified said.
“And do not talk about cafes. They do not say ‘Women Prohibited’ on the front, of course, but who would risk it? The police are more present, it’s true, but the fights are also more and more numerous and violent. I have the impression that these traffickers won the game: they took possession of the place,” she added.
Counterterrorism investigators in France arrested seven Syrians, all members of the same family, in Paris after suspecting that many of them had uploaded videos to the internet pledging allegiance to Islamic State.
On Halloween night, hundreds of arrests were made in France’s major cities, after France’s suburban population went to the cities to riot.
Tugdual Denis, editor in chief of French news outlet Valeurs Actuelles, tweeted a picture of an interview transcript where Gerard Collomb, France’s ex-Interior Minister, predicts France’s dislocation due to immigration.
Welcome to Lissane, one of a growing number of private language schools where the children and grandchildren of North African immigrants go to learn classical Arabic on Wednesday afternoons, when schools are closed, and on the weekend.
“In those neighbourhoods, there are only halal butchers, only halal bookstores, only halal shops, and that with people who are dressed — veiled women and men [dressed] like in Afghanistan or like in Saudi Arabia in the 18th century.”