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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

11 Replies to “Excerpt 1 of Macron’s threatening, patronizing and condescending speech to the French public”

  1. And then he said, ” Nappy time now, class…get your blankies and I’ll read you a story.”

    Is it coincidental that this one, and Dear Leader of Dystopia are almost identical in age, attitude and sanctimony? No way. Soros knows what women want.

    • They get people elected who look good but don’t have any brains, Soros and the other King makers want people in power that will obey orders.

  2. We live free in our country only because generations who proceeded us fought so they wouldn’t have to be subject of despotism or any freedom?

    “The large and violent French protests don’t take into account how badly the United States has been treated on Trade by the European Union or on fair and reasonable payments for our GREAT military protection. Both of these topics must be remedied soon.”
    Donald Trump – November 25, 2018 – Twitter

    • Link:

      “Trump criticizes Macron over European defense remarks”
      by AFP – November 13, 2018


      WASHINGTON, United States — Donald Trump on Tuesday launched an attack against Emmanuel Macron over the French president’s call for a European army, a proposal the US leader earlier had dubbed “insulting.”

      “Emmanuel Macron suggests building its own army to protect Europe against the US, China and Russia. But it was Germany in World Wars One & Two – How did that work out for France?” Trump tweeted.

      “They were starting to learn German in Paris before the US came along,” Trump said. “Pay for NATO or not!”

      • “Paris – Liberation in August 1944 (in color and HD)”
        chronshistory – Published on May 11, 2016

        After the Normandy landings of the American on June 6, 1944 (D-Day) the French Resistance with support of the United States Army liberated Paris in August 24, 1944.

          • … “It expresses itself during elections. That’s when it chooses its representatives who make the law. Precisely because we have the Rule of Law…”- Macron

            “Warning to the West”
            by Alexander Solzhenitsyn


            At the present time it is widely accepted among lawyers that law is higher than morality – law is something which is worked out and developed, whereas morality is something inchoate and amorphous. That isn’t the case. The opposite is rather true! Morality is higher than law! While law is our human attempt to embody in rules a part of that moral sphere which is above us. We try to understand this morality, bring it down to earth and present it in a form of laws. Sometimes we are more successful, sometimes less. Sometimes you actually have a caricature of morality, but morality is always higher than law. This view must never be abandoned. We must accept it with heart and soul.

            Natural Law vs. Positive Law
            by Uncommon Sense – June 12, 2010

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