Chartres Pilgrimage

VIDEO: The Catholic Restoration – Chartres Pilgrimage 2018

Catholics are sick and tired of the blasphemous LGBT flag being displayed everywhere as it were some kind of god that we need to praise! What has America become, other than a country who praises the degeneration of its society?! When will this attack at Christ end? We should be praising Christ our Saviour and not Satan. Boycott anything that goes against our tradition and our faith! 

“The Road To Chartres … From Darkness Into Light,” Source:
In a very real sense, then, the master builders of Chartres pioneered the cult of the Blessed Virgin Mary that would come to dominate Christian Europe for a millennium. And Chartres became the fourth most popular pilgrimage destination on earth because of a simple piece of silk cloth worn by a young Jewess from Nazareth when Caesar still ruled the world.
Her name was Mary, and her veil is the raison d’être of Notre-Dame de Chartres. One of the most important relics of Christendom, tradition tells us that it adorned the Virgin’s head when Gabriel announced the Incarnation. 
According to Blessed Ann Catherine Emmerich, Mary also placed this same veil over her crucified Son’s nakedness when He was taken down from the Cross. It was discovered by St. Helena, along with the True Cross, in the year 326, who presented it to her son, the Emperor Constantine.
Later on, the Empress Irene gave it to Charlemagne’s grandson, Charles the Bald, who donated it to Chartres in the year 876 AD where it remained for the next 1100 years.

With the veil’s fabric tested by scientists in modern times and its movement meticulously tracked by historians down through the ages, there can be little doubt as to its authenticity.

Chartres’s crypt—the first cathedral- was expanded specifically as a reliquary for the veil of the Mother of God. But atypically, there are no graves in that crypt—no tombs, no remains of the dead. Rather it has always been a place for the living, specially reserved for Mary to come and go as she pleased. The great gothic jewel was built by the sons of Clovis as a “play house” for their mother. And pilgrims for a thousand years have walked to Chartres to venerate the veil in which it is said that Mary wrapped the Savior of the World in Bethlehem.

Although the first cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1194, Notre-Dame de Chartres, as it stands today, was quickly rebuilt by Catholics who carried their cathedral on their backs, one block at a time, from a nearby quarry, and then dedicated the rest of their lives to fashioning them into a castle fit for their heavenly queen.

Chartres building

Today the cathedral at Chartres stands as the greatest monument to Christian faith ever built by human hands. She has been called the “Bible of the poor” because her stained glass, sculptures, and architecture, educated pilgrims for a thousand years. From crypt to nave to contrasting spires three stories high, Chartres tells the story of salvation from the Garden of Eden to the Resurrection of Christ. Her 150 13th-century windows document salvation history from the dawn of time. And while Christians in medieval times may have been illiterate, they were well versed in the rich symbolism of the windows of Chartres. Like a mother teaching her children, Notre-Dame de Chartres spent centuries silently catechizing our forefathers in the Catholic Faith.

There are layers upon layers of symbolism everywhere one looks in Chartres, even in her stone floor which incorporates a labyrinth representing man’s earthly journey from darkness to light. As they walk the labyrinth’s path, pilgrims must make repeated changes in orientation away from Satan and towards the heavenly Jerusalem. And the precision of the Christian architects was such that, were the facade to be lowered to the floor, Chartres’s famous North Rose window would come to rest precisely over the labyrinth.

The great twentieth-century French poet and convert to Catholicism, Charles Peguy, made a journey along the labyrinth on his knees after one of his pilgrimages to Chartres. And this year, Remnant pilgrims were privileged to walk that same labyrinth at 6:30 on Pentecost Wednesday morning, while the cathedral was closed to visitors— moving from darkness to light, just as he had.

And just before midnight the night before, the Remnant pilgrims descended by candlelight into Chartres’s ancient crypt, retracing the footsteps of their medieval pilgrim counterparts. Just as the pilgrims of old had done a thousand years ago, we brought light down into the darkness, becoming human metaphors of the lumen Christi.

Standing in the murky midnight of the crypt, flanked by faded murals of St. John, St. Mary, and the apostles, painted a millennium ago by unknown hands, animated anew by the flickering candlelight, our hearts beat in unison with those of our departed fathers. We could sense they were near, moving from the darkness into the light along with us, especially when we raised our voices in the same song they’d sung on their arrival to this holy place, centuries ago— Salve, Regina, Mater misericordiæ, vita, dulcedo, et spes nostra, salve.

How does one describe such a tangible connection with Christians a thousand years dead—men and women who would have leaned against this same pillar, touched that same stone, knelt before the same veil, and made silent appeal to the same Virgin Mother.

Tears burned in my eyes, standing there in the stone silence, candle in hand— tears of joy, not over my belief that all of this is truly how it was, but rather over the certain knowledge that it was… and it is. The Christian reality is carved so deep into the stones of Chartres that here faith is hardly required. Kneeling before the actual veil of the Virgin, the pilgrim suddenly knows that which only a few days earlier he’d merely believed.

Yes, Salve, Regina! You are here with us. Let us stay with you a while longer. We have no desire to leave your house. Chez nous!

Chartres Pilgrimage 2018

This year’s Notre-Dame de Chrétiente Pentecost Pilgrimage to Chartres concluded Pentecost Monday, May 21, with a magnificent Pontifical High Mass offered by His Eminence Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.

His Eminence delivered a sermon for the ages that must have given even the old stones reason to smile. He challenged young Catholics the world over to do as their fathers had done—to stand and resist the culture of death and to risk martyrdom rather than abandon Christ the King and the sacred traditions of the Catholic Church. He was calling a new Christian crusade. And as I listened to him speak, it became clear to me that this battle for the old Faith is far from over. For 27 years I’ve walked this pilgrimage, and every year it grows larger, stronger and more impossible for the world to ignore. The average age of the Chartres pilgrim now is just 20 years old—and thousands of them stood witness to the return of the Traditional Latin Mass, the glory of all Christendom.

Nearly a half-century ago, the first pilgrims to Chartres in the modern era were not even allowed into the Cathedral, but were instead obliged to offer the Traditional Latin Mass outside the locked doors of Notre-Dame de Chartres. This year, Cardinal Sarah offered the “abrogated” Traditional Latin Mass of the Ages to God and for the benefit of well over 15,000 pilgrims, hundreds of young priests, abbots, sisters, politicians and even the newly-installed bishop of Chartres— Mgr Philippe Christory, who seemed genuinely moved by the grand Catholic spectacle playing out before his eyes.

Bish and MikeMichael J. Matt kisses the ring of Archbishop Christory outside Chartres Cathedral

And why not, when he himself had so recently walked the road to Chartres, as well. When Archbishop Christory— the 129th bishop of Chartres—was appointed to his new see just two months ago, he’d insisted on going from Paris to Chartres as a pilgrim…on foot. For five days, the new bishop walked the road to Chartres. And now here he was, assisting at the Traditional Latin Mass offered by Cardinal Sarah—a man some say could be the next pope.

All hope is lost? Hardly! When this year’s Pilgrimage came to an end on Pentecost Monday in Chartres, some eight thousand pilgrims packed the cathedral, with another seven thousand in the square outside. In one voice they brought their 3-day pilgrimage to a glorious conclusion with the Chez Nous— the love song to Our Lady:

Chez nous soyez Reine, nous sommes à vous
Régnez en souveraine, chez nous, chez nous
Soyez la madone qu’on prie à genoux,
Qui sourit et pardonne, chez nous, chez nous.

Be queen of our home: we belong to you
Reign as our sovereign, in our home, in our home,
Be the madonna to whom we pray on our knees,
Who smiles and forgives, in our home, in our home.

This they sang with all their hearts, as they carried their banners out into the city of Chartres. Again, my vision blurred as I fought back the tears that always seem to come at Chartres. To be with her…that’s why we all go back to Chartres each year—to become Mary’s children again, to place our trust in her intercession, even when hope seems to be fading from the face of the earth.

There she is—our regal mother— triumphantly waiting for us at Chartres, proving to us again that, in the end, her immaculate heart will indeed triumph and despair has no place in our hearts.

She is with us.

Back to the Front

And now it’s back to the front—the blisters, rocky ground, damp sleeping bags, meager soup, hard bread, troops of scouts and endless walking having once again become the happy memories of the grand Catholic adventure that is the Pilgrimage to Chartres. God willing, The Remnant will for the 28th time return to Chartres in 2019 to organize the U.S. Chapter. We will also make a post-Chartres pilgrimage to what was once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire.

Visiting Vienna and Budapest, we’ll also spend a night at Zell, which is nestled in the midst of the Styrian Mountains 50 miles southwest of Vienna. This ‘Lourdes of central Europe’ is the most popular Marian shrine in Austria—Our Lady of Zell, which in 1907 was made a Minor Basilica by Pope Saint Pius X, who also crowned the miraculous statue that same year. If you’d like to join us, registration opens on July 15.

Merci, Chers Amis!

Thanks once again to our French allies who organized what is without question the most important annual Catholic event happening anywhere in the world today. After all these years, the French traditionalists are indeed our brothers, and for us it is an honor to accompany them on their pilgrimage to venerate Mary’s veil and to bring the Latin Mass back to Chartres.

Thanks to Sponsors

Many thanks to readers of The Remnant who sponsored so many young American pilgrims. Your sacrifice was not in vain, as the U.S. chapter was comprised of truly upstanding traditional Catholic young men and women with whom I was proud to walk to Chartres. I’m still filled with hope for the future, in fact, having spent 12 days with the young Catholics you so generously sponsored—young Catholics who are preparing to make your Catholic cause their own.

Walter Matt to Lead U.S. Rangers

My son, Walter, 20 years old, who has walked the Chartres Pilgrimage at my side for the last five years, has for the past two years headed up what our French friends have good-naturedly christened the “U.S. Rangers”—a team of American tent builders who volunteer to help Notre-Dame de Chretiente build the many tents needed to accommodate well over 10,000 pilgrims during the two nights on the road to Chartres.

Walter is looking for young people willing to assist him, but also willing to forego most of the walking in order to assemble, disassemble and then reassemble the pilgrim tents. We’ll be offering a $1000 discount per volunteer, so please contact Walter Matt if you’re interested: The Remnant Tours: PO Box 1117, Forest Lake, MN 55025.

Special Thanks to Father Pendergraft

A word of thanks to our indefatigable chaplain, Father Gregory Pendergraft, FSSP, for his tireless devotion to this project and to ministering to the spiritual needs of Remnant pilgrims. Father has been with us for more than five years, and has agreed to join us again next year. Father Pendergraft walks every step of the road to Chartres, and provides an excellent priestly example to the young pilgrims. He is a young priest of the old school, and we thank God for him.

U.S. Pilgrims

And finally, just a word of thanks to all those who walked to Chartres under the banner of Our Lady of Guadalupe. For me, personally, it was an honor to be “in the trenches” with you all. Thanks for being with us, thanks for your patience, and I hope to see all or some of you again on the road to Chartres.

US chapter 2018

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VIDEO: Oy Vey! More RT Holocaust Propaganda!

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“In a week of international commemorations of the Holocaust, The Alex Salmond Show presents a special programme on Holocaust remembrance. Mr. Salmond interviews the Chief Rabbi on the proposed new Holocaust Memorial and learning center in Victoria Tower Gardens and speaks to Holocaust survivor Freddie Knoller, while Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh interviews author Anne Sebba about the reality of life for Jewish people in Nazi-occupied France. Mr. Salmond also speaks to actress Debbie Arnold, whose mother Mary was on the last train out of Vienna in the kinder transport programme.”

Jacques Attali

INTERVIEW: “Every Country Should Think of Itself as a Hotel & its People as Hoteliers”

Jacques Attali is a French economic and social theorist, writer, political adviser, senior civil servant, along with the personification of International Jewry. In this interview, with 24 Heures (a Swiss publication), his true Cultural Marxist colors show. What does he care after all? He will just pack and leave once France and Europe are destroyed by policies he advocates for.

Jacques Attali
International Jewry Personified: Jacques Attali

“Every country should think of itself as a hotel and its people as hoteliers,” Source: &

Below are some extracts from a Swiss newspaper interview with Jacques Attali, who was born to a Jewish family in Algiers but later migrated to France where he became a prominent political adviser and author.

Immigration has a tendency to divide Europe. Should Europe welcome migrants?

Unfortunately, all the countries are in agreement about containing immigration, and even reducing it. But let’s look at the numbers: we are 600 million inhabitants of Europe and we are talking about receiving 200,000 migrants per year. In three years, that would be 600,000, that is 1 for every 1000 people in Europe. Do you see? 1 in a thousand! It’s not enough. We are capable of welcoming many more. The Lebanon has to manage with 25% of Syrian migrants. Europe is also confronted with a demographic collapse. And welcoming refugees forms part of its values.

Isn’t there a gap between your hopes and the policies of European countries? And then Europe does it put itself in danger in wanting to contain immigration?

No, it protects itself. But too much, in my opinion. I know I am very isolated faced with this European consensus. But it’s shameful to not welcome all these worthy people, magnificent, often well educated, young, full of dynamism.

Every country should think of itself as a hotel and its inhabitants as hoteliers. Receive foreigners without end. Be welcoming. This is what makes Switzerland symbolically a maritime country.


Full Interview (translated with Google Translate) from

Passing through Geneva, French writer and essayist Jacques Attali spoke Wednesday at Uni Dufour on artificial intelligence, on the occasion of the presentation of the Latsis University Awards, rewarding each year, in particular, researchers from UNIGE and EPFL. Interview

Can France reform itself?

France is changing at a crazy speed. And each of the 60 million French people evolves and changes every day. It is said that France is tense. But it is constantly reforming and changing constantly, in terms of manners, innovation, art, culture.

So, what is the reason for this widely shared feeling about the blockages in France?

What is true is that France modifies her laws very little. For a bad reason besides, because we have trouble to admit the homeopathic changes. And for another reason: the maritime nations value change, rural nations value permanence.

France, however, borders several seas. She could have been a maritime nation?

She tried to do it eight times, as I discuss in my last book. But France has chosen to be a rural nation because it has very rich land and agriculture.

Can the Macron government succeed in changing France?

When I am abroad, I never discuss French politics. What I can say is that France is not advancing by slow reforms, but by revolutions. Either bloody or more symbolic. Since 1945, we have had three revolutions: 1945, 1958, 1980. And the fourth is taking place right now. France accumulates for a long time the need for change, then it sets in motion. It takes time because we are a centralized nation. Our model is very integrative: everyone speaks the same language.

When did the current “revolution” begin?

It started three years ago, with an awareness. A maturation of the reforms then took place, continued by the last presidential election.

France will therefore keep a leading role in Europe?

I am convinced that France is the first European power already today and will be even more so tomorrow, because Germany is ill, demographically, technologically and financially. In twenty years, France will be by far the leading power in Europe. Economically, we are present in the best sectors: health, education, culture, insurance, start-ups. Not to mention two other areas, little used: the sea and the Francophonie.

Why through the Francophonie?

Today, 180 million people speak French. With the development of Africa, there will be 700 million. Africa has one billion inhabitants, and in thirty or forty years it will have two billion. This is the big question of the 21st century. For Europe, this population explosion can lead to a catastrophe, because hundreds of millions of Africans will settle here, or we help them develop well and the continent will be a great market. For Europe and for France thanks to this common language.

Immigration tends to divide Europe. Should Europe welcome migrants?

Unfortunately, all European countries agree to contain immigration, and even reduce it. But let’s look at the numbers: we are 600 million people in Europe and we are talking about welcoming 200,000 migrants a year. In three years that would be 600,000, or 1 per thousand of the population of Europe. You realize? 1 for a thousand! It is not enough. We are able to welcome many more. Lebanon has to cope with 25% of Syrian migrants. Europe is also facing a demographic collapse. And welcoming refugees is part of its values.

Is not there a gap between your hopes and the policies of European countries? And then does Europe endanger itself by wanting to contain immigration?

No, she’s protecting herself. But too much, in my opinion. I know that I am very isolated in the face of this European consensus. But it’s shameful not to welcome all those dignified, beautiful, often well-trained, young, dynamic people.

Cross the Atlantic and turn to the United States. Is Donald Trump a dangerous man?

Yes. The United States is representative of a global trend that is growing, that of market dictatorships. Why? Because people need security but they also want to make money. This cocktail is dangerous. And the world is unstable, as in 1910. People lived very well then. They already had the radio, the car, the electricity. Democracy, globalization. And then terrorism – then called nihilism – the financial crisis and protectionism have globally precipitated the world in 75 years of barbarity, from 1914 to 1989. Today is the same: we know technological progress, tremendous growth potential, ways to make massive energy savings thanks to the many energy comparison services such as Utility Bidder and more, increased life expectancy. We have everything to be happy.

But can everything switch?

The environmental issue is urgent. We must save the sea. We must also solve the problem of the unequal distribution of wealth and that of a global disorder due to the fact that the markets are more powerful than the States. The probability of a world war is considerable. It can be triggered by nothing, an incident between the Chinese and the Americans about North Korea, or between Poles and Russians about the Baltic countries …

And Donald Trump could be a trigger?

Yes, because it is unpredictable and erratic. We have escaped a major conflict since 1945 because all the nuclear powers were led by reasonable people. Today, at the head of the United States and North Korea, we are dealing with two unreasonable people, even if the President of the United States can not press the nuclear button alone. But he can almost do it alone.

Are the GAFAs (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) not also a form of threat?

Those are the dictators of the market. They thrived in a free and perfect economy that resulted in the formation of cartels. GAFA is dangerous because they are in the process of mastering prediction instruments.

Should we break these cartels?

This will come as was the case with the former telecom giant ATT in the United States. But another cartel is even more dangerous: that of the agrochemical industry, which claims to patent life without any rights. GAFA takes ownership of our data, but groups selling seeds, in particular, take ownership of life. They are fewer and fewer, after the acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina and Monsanto by Bayer. We must act before they reach too big a size.

How can we control these groups? It would take a world government?

Yes, there should be a world-wide rule of law. The only international institution is located in Geneva. It is the WTO (World Trade Organization), which relies on its dispute settlement system. At least one international institution of decartelization is needed, but the WTO has lost some of its power.

Who is the best equipped to master the challenges of digitalization, big data and artificial intelligence: Silicon Valley? France? Europe?

This is indeed a major issue. In this context, it is the property of the data, and what one makes of it, which will be determining. The analysis of consumer behavior will allow to deduce which goods or services can be sold. I wrote in 2006 that the insurance companies would be the best armed in this area, especially those that will be linked to the groups controlling the data. GAFAs are powerful when they are installed in large homogeneous markets where they can accumulate data and predictions. Today, two markets stand out: the United States and China. The Chinese market will catch up and will be even faster than the US market because it is, as I said, a market dictatorship.

And Switzerland? For several years now, the Davos Forum has ranked this country in terms of competitiveness. What is the Swiss miracle?

Switzerland, power of average size, is the absolute counter-example of the thesis of my book. I have only one explanation for this miracle: work. This country is also benefited by the fact of not having experienced war, by a very strong social consensus and by the use of situation rents which are disappearing. I am talking about the banking sector, whose services, moreover, do not need access to the sea. But finance has not respected the rules of the game. It never lasts very long. Switzerland is a country outside the game. In military terms as in banking terms.

Can an offside country be perennial?

No. Not in a sustainable way. So, a process of trivialization of Switzerland is under way. That said, Switzerland plays remarkably well its standardization, in the slowest possible way (smile) . Switzerland also has great capacity to welcome foreigners. The hospitality sector, in the broad sense, will be one of the main ones of the future. Not only on the hotel plan. The great job of tomorrow will be that of empathy.

The Swiss are empathic?

Yes, in their own way. In a particular way: that’s what I call selflessness!

Is it empathy with oneself?

What’s happening at EPFL, for example, is pretty awesome. I envy EPFL. I regret that she is not French. EPFL is a kind of business hotel. Every country must think of itself as a hotel and its inhabitants as hoteliers. Constantly receive strangers. To be welcoming This is what makes Switzerland symbolically maritime.

And Geneva?

This is a special case, Geneva is both Swiss and French, Swiss and international. Geneva is a special paradise. I often said that if I had to go into exile, it would be in Montreal or Geneva. People from all kinds of cultures live there and cross each other.

Can Switzerland stay out of Europe?

If I had any advice to give to Switzerland, it is to enter the European Union while keeping its specificity.

Would the European Union allow it?

Everything is negotiated, everything is negotiated … In the long run, Switzerland will lose a lot by remaining outside the European Union, which is a great spur to carry out reforms. To stay outside is to condemn oneself to being encysted at the moment when one’s particularities are disappearing. To be out of play and trivialize is annoying.

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Macron Hosts Netanyahu, Condemns Anti-Zionism As Anti-Semitism

Only the very blind or the very ignorant don’t see what is happening! The new Soviet Empire is getting ready to take over completely and it will crush us all. Lenin and Stalin terrorized those who opposed the party, most were sent to gulags and later killed. No mercy for anyone! We are seeing the tyranny all over again and very few are doing something to stop it. It will take jailing all these lying criminals to end this, but the goyim are already too brainwashed to take action. 



“Macron hosts Netanyahu, condemns anti-Zionism as anti-Semitism,” Source:

Two days after treating President Trump to a Bastille Day parade, Emmanuel Macron welcomed yet another world leader to Paris for a symbolic summit.As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose hard-line politics have earned him few friends across the French ideological spectrum, arrived for talks on Sunday, the French president condemned anti-Zionism as the new form of anti-Semitism.

The backdrop for their meeting was the 75th anniversary of an infamous Holocaust roundup in Paris, and Macron used the occasion to reiterate his declaration that the French state bore the responsibility for the arrest and deportation of about 13,000 Jews in 1942.

“We will never surrender to the messages of hate,” Macron said, standing on the site where French police, on the night of July 16, 1942, detained thousands of French and foreign-born Jews before facilitating their forced relocation to Nazi concentration camps across Eastern Europe. “We will not surrender to anti-Zionism, because it is a reinvention of anti-Semitism.”

After devastating terrorist attacks in recent years, thousands of French Jews left France for Israel, encouraged in 2015 by Netanyahu himself. But as ­Macron vowed Sunday to fight anti-Semitism in all its forms, the Israeli leader changed his tone and spoke of solidarity with France.

“Your struggle is our struggle,” Netanyahu said, referring to Friday’s attack in Jerusalem, in which Arab Israeli gunmen shot and killed two Israeli police officers. “The zealots of militant Islam, who seek to destroy you, seek to destroy us as well.”

The wartime roundup — known in France as the Vel d’Hiv raid, for the now-demolished indoor stadium where Jews were temporarily held — featured prominently in France’s recent presidential election, in which historical revisionism and denial were constant themes.

In one of the campaign’s most controversial moments, Marine Le Pen, Macron’s far-right opponent, and the daughter of the convicted Holocaust denier Jean-Marie Le Pen, insisted that the French state had not been responsible. Along the same lines, a French journalist reported that Le Pen’s principal deputy denied the use of the poison gas Zyklon B in the Nazi gas chambers.

In repudiating these assertions, Macron joined ranks with several of his recent predecessors.

After decades of government silence, Jacques Chirac, in 1995, became the first sitting French president to acknowledge the country’s complicity and collaboration in the Holocaust, during which 76,000 Jews were deported from France.

In his own remarks at the site of the Vel d’Hiv, Chirac, in 1995, put it this way: “France, on that day, committed the irreparable. Breaking its word, it handed those who were under its protection over to their executioners.”

Macron echoed those remarks Sunday.

“I say it again here,” he said. “It was indeed France that organized the roundup, the deportation, and thus, for almost all, death.”

Macron’s remarks come after a years-long wave of anti-Semitism — and a subsequent surge in the number of French Jews who have moved to Israel.

In 2012, a terrorist attacked a Jewish day school in Toulouse, killing four — including three children. In 2014, the Franco-Cameroonian comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala likened Jews to “slave drivers” and promoted a version of the Nazi salute. In January 2015, an attack on a kosher supermarket on the outskirts of Paris left four Jewish customers dead.

Sunday was Netanyahu’s first visit to France since his appearance in January 2015 at Paris’s Grand Synagogue, immediately following the attack on the ­supermarket, when he delivered a controversial speech urging Jews to consider leaving France.

About 8,000 French Jews left for Israel in 2015, out of an estimated Jewish population of about 600,000. The number has since fallen.

In 2016, 5,000 Jews left France, according to statistics released by the Jewish Agency of Israel to Agence France-Presse, and analysts expect a similar number in 2017. In general, critics also caution that the figures do not necessarily represent an “exodus,” as each individual case cannot easily be attributed to anti-Semitism. Some French Jews have also since returned to France.

In any case, the perception of France as an inhospitable place for Jews has persisted, and it was this that Macron appeared to address in his remarks. Netanyahu pointedly did not repeat his previous remark encouraging immigration.

Some French Jewish leaders vehemently opposed the presence of the Israeli leader at an event they said should otherwise have remained apolitical. In the words of Elie Barnavi, France’s former ambassador to Israel, the Vel d’Hiv roundup had “nothing to do with Israel.” But others welcomed Macron’s remarks about the realities of contemporary anti-Semitism.

“He understands what it is today, not just what it was in the past,” Yonatan Arfi, the vice president of the Representative Council of French Jewish Organizations (CRIF), France’s largest Jewish advocacy organization, said in an interview.

“It’s at once from the extreme right, but also present on the extreme left and among radical Islamists,” he said. “Anti-Zionism has definitely become part of anti-Semitism today, and it’s a real satisfaction to find someone before us who speaks the same language.”




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Emmanuel Macron

Macron Hopes to Put France in a ‘Permanent State of Emergency’

This seems to be Talmudic deception, and the plan all along as exemplified with Europe’s ‘Migrant Crisis’. Create the PROBLEM get the REACTION you want, and subsequently offer the SOLUTION you were planning all along.

Emmanuel Macron
Emmanuel Macron – A Rothschild Puppet

“Macron Hopes to Put France in a ‘Permanent State of Emergency’,” Source:

France was first put into a state of emergency on November 13, 2015, after an attack in Paris killed 130 people. French activists and lawyers are warning that a new bill will make the country stay in a permanent state of emergency, effectively making all of the measures that are put in place during a state of emergency the permanent law of the land.

The bill will turn warrant-less property searches as well as house arrests into everyday life. Protest marches are to be banned, under the bill; places of worship that are suspected of sharing “extremist” views along with electronic tagging for surveillance purposes are also on the docket.

The power shift would be absolutely absurd and would effectively turn France into a pseudo-police state. Perhaps globalists are using the threat of Islam to consolidate their power through new police freedoms that limit their citizens’ powers.

The Daily Caller reports:

French President Emmanuel Macron wants to end France’s 19-month state of emergency by effectively turning it into a permanent reality.

“They tell us we’re ending the state of emergency, but they are actually making it eternal. It’s an intellectual scam,” Marie-Jane Ody, vice president of a union representing judges, told French newspaper Le Figaro in a June 8 article. “Imagine a fascist-like

Macron & Jews

Jews Celebrate Macron’s Victory

World Jewish Congress President:

On behalf of the World Jewish Congress, I congratulate Mr. Macron on his tremendous victory and know that he will work to support the State of Israel against its enemies in the international arena, in all its constructs, be it from the extreme left or the extreme right.

The sad and concerning thing is that these Tribal congratulations would be the more-or-less the same if Le Pen won. Nevertheless, we can be sure the Rothschild puppet, Macron, will lead France into even more social and economic decadence. Bon Chance!!

Macron & Jews

“Jews Celebrate Macron’s Victory,” Source:

Israelis eligible to vote in the second round of France’s presidential elections on Sunday opted overwhelmingly for the winner, Emmanuel Macron, France’s ambassador to Israel said Monday. In a post on her Twitter account, Helene Le Gal said that Macron received 96.3 percent of votes in Israel. The vote was seen as an effort to block his opponent, the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. Overall, Macron won 64% of the vote.


The Grand Rabbi of France, Haïm Korsia, congratulates Emmanuel Macron on his victory in the presidential election and wishes the President Elect every success in leading the destiny of France in the next five years. He is delighted by the triumph of republican values and salutes the French people who mobilised en masse to block the far right.


Jewish groups applaud French electorate as Macron becomes French President Exit polls indicate Emmanuel Macron has been elected president of France, to the relief of the country’s Jewish community.

Mr Macron is projected to win 65.1 per cent of the vote against 34.9 for his far-right rival Marine Le Pen, whose party, the National Front has a history of antisemitism and racism.

… The President of the European Jewish Congress, Dr Moshe Kantor, said: “We congratulate Emmanuel Macron and the French people on a victory against hate and extremism. This was a vote for France, for the European Union and for democratic values.”

“Never has a major European country faced such a challenge to its most basic value system of tolerance and democracy since all of Western Europe was dominated by fascism in the Second World War. We applaud the French people for facing this challenge with the full force of French democracy and the core values of the Republic.”


World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder and the president of the French Jewish umbrella organization CRIF, Francis Kalifat, congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his election as French president.

Lauder expressed confidence that the new French leader will continue to have close and positive ties with the French Jewish community and fight all forms of anti-Semitism, whether from the extreme left or the extreme right. ‘On behalf of the World Jewish Congress, I congratulate Mr. Macron on his tremendous victory and know that he will work to support the State of Israel against its enemies in the international arena, in all its constructs, be it from the extreme left or the extreme right.

‘I am looking forward to sitting down with Mr. Macron to continue the positive and constructive relationship we have had with his predecessors. ‘France has been a true friend of the Jewish people in recent years, and I know this will continue under the new president. ‘Mazal Tov, Monsieur Macron, I am looking forward to our future friendship,’ said Lauder.


The CRIF, France’s Jewish umbrella body affiliated with the WJC, also issued a statement congratulating Macron. CRIF expressed ‘relief that the Front National obtained less than 35 percent of the votes cast. This result testifies to the attachment of the French people to Republican values, and this despite the context of security and economic issues, the organization said. However, it recalled that continued vigilance ‘of all Republican forces is needed to contain the advance of populist and xenophobic forces in France.’

CRIF President Francis Kalifat, who is also a vice-president of the World Jewish Congress, called on the newly elected French president to continue the efforts of his predecessors in the fight against terrorism, but also against anti-Semitism and racism.

Emmanuel Macron

VIDEO: Emmanuel Macron Tied To Offshore Tax Heaven – Leaked Documents Point to Tax Evasion

It’s quite a ‘coincidence’ that Wikileaks leaks documents always at the last minute when nothing can be done. This is more brainwashing for the masses, so eventually, when they bring about the NWO people will be ‘happy’ with the ‘new world government system’. After all, the old system was entirely corrupt. The problem is that the ruling elite will not change, it will be the same disguising as ‘the solution’ to ‘the problem’ they created in the first place.  

Macron is a puppet of the tribe and he is here to ‘convince’ the sheeple that he will ‘bring the change’! Don’t be fooled, nothing will change for the better, things are getting worse and fast. He will be instrumental in helping the EU merge with Asia. This french election is another distraction, nothing more. Macron is a communist, he worked for Rothschild and he attended Bilderberg in 2014. That right there, should say it all.

Le Pen & Her Jewish Boyfriend

Le Pen Says She ‘Abhors’ Holocaust Deniers After Booting Party President Over Remarks

So, what exactly happened with Le Pen? She sure must be aware of the problem? We can understand taking a more politically correct stance to become elected, but having a Jewish boyfriend makes everything very questionable.

The National Front, led by Le Pen, has seen a purge in which dozens of members were kicked out of the party for making anti-Semitic statements or expressing revisionist views about the Holocaust. She kicked her father out of the party in 2015 for making anti-Semitic statements about a Jewish singer, whom Jean-Marie Le Pen said should “go into the oven.” 

Le Pen & Her Jewish Boyfriend
Le Pen & Her Jewish Boyfriend

“Le Pen says she ‘abhors’ Holocaust deniers after booting party president over remarks,” Source:

The leadership of the far-right National Front party in France replaced its pick for interim president on Friday following reports he had denied aspects of the Holocaust.

Jean-François Jalkh, who took Marine Le Pen’s place at the helm this week temporarily in connection with her campaign ahead of the May 7 runoff in the presidential elections, was replaced two days after his appointment, by Steeve Briois, the mayor of Henin Beaumont and a member of the European Parliament, the Le Point magazine reported.

On Thursday, the Le Monde daily reported that Jalkh is disputing the veracity of quotes attributed to him in an interview from 2000 in which he was quoted as questioning the use of the Zyklon B poison by Nazis during the Holocaust to kill Jews.

“Personally, I think that it is impossible from a technical point of view to use for mass extermination,” he said of the use of Zyklon B in gas chambers. “Why? Because it takes several days for a place where Zyklon B was used to be decontaminated.”

Without mentioning Jalkh, Le Pen said later on Friday that she “abhors” Holocaust deniers and added that currently, “there’s no one among the National Front’s management who defends these theses.”

Louis Aliot, the life-partner of Le Pen and a senior National Front member, did not offer an explanation for the decision to replace Jalkh, whom Aliot said “did not make the statements” attributed to him.

“We condemn these sort of views,” Aliot added.

Claims based on bogus science and chemistry especially is a tactic of Holocaust deniers, notably David Irving of the United Kingdom.

According to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem, “Zyklon B was delivered to the camps in crystal pellet form. As soon as the pellets were exposed to air they turned into poisonous gas. A Nazi equipped with a gas mask would empty the crystals into the packed gas chamber through a small opening. Within minutes, the victims were dead.”

National Front’s founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen, has several convictions for denying aspects of the Holocaust, as well as for inciting racial hatred against Jews.

His daughter, who succeeded him in 2011 as party leader, has attempted to rehabilitate the party’s image, condemning the Holocaust and distancing herself from her father’s anti-Semitic rhetoric. But last month she said that “France is not responsible” for its authorities’ actions during the Nazi occupation, when French police officers helped Nazis round up Jews and send them to be murdered.

Under Marine Le Pen, the National Front has seen a purge in which dozens of members were kicked out of the party for making anti-Semitic statements or expressing revisionist views about the Holocaust. She kicked her father out of the party in 2015 for making anti-Semitic statements about a Jewish singer, whom Jean-Marie Le Pen said should “go into the oven.”

National Front won just over 21 percent of the votes in the first round of the presidential elections on April 23, trailing the centrist, independent candidate Emmanuel Macron by two points. It was the best result in the history of National Front, which made it to the second round for the first time in 2002, when Jean-Marie Le Pen won 18 percent of the vote in the first round.

In a poll from earlier this week conducted by Paris Match, CNews and Sud Radio, 60.5 percent of respondents said they would vote for Macron on May 7, compared to 39.5 percent who said they would vote for Le Pen.