France

President Macron speaking before the lobby you will be destroyed for criticizing. Click to enlarge

Alain Soral Sentenced to 2 Years Jail for Sharing “Gilets-Jaunes” Anti-Rothschild Rap Video

The clampdown against those who criticise the REAL powers that be continues

Migrant camp near Paris. Click to enlarge

Paris, city of romance, rues new image as the dirty man of Europe

Once associated with art and romance, modern Paris is a city blighted by overcrowding, sprawling migrant camps and crime

French President Emmanuel Macron never says he is sorry for those who have lost an eye or a hand from extreme police brutality. Instead, he asked the French parliament to pass a law that almost completely abolishes the right to protest and the presumption of innocence, and that allows the arrest of anyone, anywhere, even without cause. The law was passed.

France Slowly Sinking into Chaos

France has passed a new law that virtually abolishes the right to protest and the presumption of innocence, and allows the arrest of anyone, anywhere, without cause.

July 2019, Paris (top left = tear gas puck in the eye; top right = man unconscious after being bludgeoned by the police; bottom left = another truncheon wound; bottom right = a pensioner has a heart attack whilst being detained) Click to enlarge

Inside the Yellow Vests: What the Western media will not report (Part 3)

A privileged oligarchy, widespread protests, detention camps and a controlled media that works at the behest of those in power; these are all part of Macron’s new France

French churches have been targeted by various anti-Christian groups for some time now. However, it would be a mistake to assume that those involved are exclusively Muslim. Pictured, Femen protesters hold a demonstration inside Notre Dame in 2013. Click to enlarge

It’s Satanists, not Muslims, who are desecrating Catholic churches across France: legal expert

Part of a long-term agenda to incite conflict between Christians and Muslims

French police deal with a fire on the Champs Elysees after the Bastille Day parade. Click to enlarge

Bastille Day parade protests: Paris police fire tear gas at gilets jaunes protesters on Champs-Elysees

Police clash with protesters after annual military parade on the Champs-Elysees