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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. 

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

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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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.

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Emmanuel Macron – A Rothschild Puppet

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

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: diversitymachtfrei.blogspot.com

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.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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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.