July 3, 2023
By James Grundvig, American Media Periscope
Day Six of the riots that are rocking France will soon bring the Emmanuel Macron Administration to its knees. In an act of sheer desperation, President Macron is not trying to save France or the French people with the nationwide ban on “social media,” but his face, reputation, and days in political power, which are now numbered.
By directing the 45,000 French riot police and units of the military to tamp down the violence between the predatory rioters and the young French men stepping into the lawless void, the powder kegs continue to be fed more fuel. The French citizens had enough. They stepped in to defend their brothers and sisters; their stores, homes, and neighborhoods, while the French authorities continue to let buildings burn–more than 500 of them–from historical landmarks, police stations, hundreds of stores and restaurants, apartment buildings, and the homes of mayors and political authorities.
Like Ukraine, there is no peacemaker in France.
The real coup is unfolding in France, not Russia, where one day an Islamic State will be erected in the power vacuum if the French military doesn’t step in to extinguish the fires of hate, Marxism, and 4th Reich fascism.
But the French military had better bring its heavy artillery as most of the NATO and U.S. DoD weapons sent to the battlefields in Ukraine appear to have been trafficked by the CIA and Mossad to the savage horde in France.
For those foreign invaders unable to get their hands on the U.S. weapons, they got creative with fuels and turning vehicles into car bombs, such as in this video below:
[Credit: Anonymous patriot on Twitter with a sense of the hidden hand behind the planned riots and the destruction of the French borders and national sovereignty.]
Macron Censors Social Media
Today on Twitter, there are much fewer citizen reports, videos, and photos trickling in from France. With Macron demanding that tech giants delete and erase riots posts, the censorship will only work temporarily. Burying the truth will not save Macron’s skinny neck, however.
French citizens will continue to record the events as they occur. And eventually, the historical records will leak out and find their way into the internet’s public domain.
[Credit: Map of Twitter blackout in France, whether Macron or French military hacking into the servers.]
Of the more than one thousand rioters who were arrested, they were given light sentences of up to four (2)–FOUR–months in prison, according to a report from Russian news agency TASS.
That kind of socialist soft punishment will continue to feed power and confidence into the foreign fighters, not deter them.
Marine Le Pen has been warning the French people for years that Macron opening the borders, like Joe Biden in the United States, will pose an existential threat to the country, its culture, and its people.
Green Beret veteran Michael Yon, who has been reporting from the Darien Gap in Panama on the U.S. invasion by Chinese nationals and other fighting-age male terrorists making their way up to the U.S. border, believes that the French template will not only spread across to nations in Europe but also the blue cities with defunded police in the United States.
[Credit: Anonymous patriot meme of Wagner Group trolling the French government and military]
What’s left for the Macron government to do, beyond getting mocked and trolled by Wagner Group memes?
Well, rumor has it that the French military–the one that suffered severe defense cuts–has given President Macron 48 hours to stop the riots or the military will take control in a state of emergency. That deadline, if true, takes place tomorrow the 4th of July. How fitting.
For France, its national day of freedom will come ten days later on July 14, known as Bastille Day. Perhaps it’s long overdue for the French citizenry to storm the modern version of the Bastille castle, sack President Macron, and threaten his very life by dusting off and sharpening the blade of the guillotine.
Maybe then, Cabal puppet Macron will act decisively to protect France, its history and culture, and defend the ideals and French people before it’s too late.