sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Saturday, December 8, 2018

The French Want Trump

Start here.
As demonstrators were clashing with police in Paris and protests were being held across France on Saturday, Mr Trump said: "The Paris Agreement isn’t working out so well for Paris. Protests and riots all over France. People do not want to pay large sums of money, much to third world countries (that are questionably run), in order to maybe protect the environment. Chanting 'We Want Trump!' Love France."
French men and women cried when
their army surrendered to the Germans
To reiterate President Trump's question, "Why do people want to empty their pockets and send the money to third world $hit holes?"  The answer can be found on the streets of Paris. They don't. And their masters, dedicated to a weather tax and massive transfer of wealth, can't seem to understand. The French people were screwed and I expect that the next presidential election in France will have a more nationalistic outcome with a pledge to LOWER taxes, raise prosperity and employment and to Make France Great Again.

There is also the issue of a French government that offers hand-outs to Muslim immigrants and supports them with the taxes paid by hard working FRENCH citizens. It's not just the weather tax that will send wealth abroad, it's the whole elitist cadre who know what's good for us. The news media (tools of the elite class) wants the French people to respect their betters, and fork over their hard earned money.

France disagrees.


7 comments:

  1. Well said.

    The Macronite NWO Globalists are in a bit of bind. Raise taxes and all the wage earners riot. Don't, and all the imported Moslem votes riot. Tricky, eh?

    I see the Mohammedans losing this round. And Macron.

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    1. Does anyone know where Macron is? Word is that he left France. Possibly fiddling while Paris burns?

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    2. He was in Argentina for the Group 20 circlejerk. Maybe he decided to stay?

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  2. Maybe he heard carts rolling down the street....

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  3. Another French elite once said, upon being told that the peasants were struggling to live, replied 'let them eat cake.'

    Macron, an elitist who thinks the proletariat population under his dominion should just shut up and do what he says, may be in for some torches and pitchforks.

    It always turns out this way. Maybe the socialist state in France has run out of other people's money.

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    1. In a speech to the nation on 10 December, French President Emmanuel Macron said that he was responsible for giving the impression that he did not care about the people’s welfare. He promised to do better.

      So he moved on to "let them eat cake".

      He said there would be a supplement of 100 euros, or about $115, to workers earning the monthly minimum wage starting in January; that taxes on overtime pay would be eliminated and that retirees whose earnings are less than 2,000 euros a month, about $2,270, would no longer be asked to pay a recent increase in social security taxes.

      The response was, "F-you Macron".

      Macron assembling a guillotine and will be removing cabinet ministers and sacking staff in a show that he's serious. Naturally, he holds his own head sacred.

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