The King Addresses the Plebs

This evening President Macron has made his first televised address to the nation in almost two weeks (Macron’s address follows at the end of this post). Macron threw out a few crumbs whilst saying that he will not withdraw tax cuts for the rich. This will only inflame the gilet jaune movement. Expect another round of major riots next weekend.

I should perhaps reiterate that despite the fact that the mainstream media have only picked up on these protests recently, this major civil unrest has in fact been going on for many years now. It all stems, of course, from the 2008 economic collapse. In France, the civil unrest started to kick-off when the then President Sarkozy raised the pension age, this after a massive bail-out of the banks. It kicked-off big time in January 2016 (almost three years ago now), when the plebs started protesting against the proposed new employment laws which had been put forward the previous September by the Hollande government. They were also protesting against the state of emergency which had been introduced after the Paris ‘terror attacks’ in November 2015. The protest against the state of emergency culminated in a general strike on 31st March 2016. The civil unrest has been going on ever since.

Here’s the King/Jupiter addressing the plebs today…

I won’t even get into what’s going on in the UK at the moment.

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15 Responses to The King Addresses the Plebs

  1. freddy says:

    Emperor Macron blasted over plans to splash taxpayers’ money on SWIMMING POOL

  2. freddy says:

    Greece in Chaos, Cyprus in Chaos, Germany in Chaos, France in Chaos, Spain in Chaos, Belgium in Chaos, U.K. in Chaos

    have I missed any?

  3. freddy says:

    Rob, your Emperor has splashed the cash, ten billion a year, yet he will now be going against the rules of the E.U. he was so keen to apply to Spain, to Greece, to Cyprus and to Italy.
    France is now on the brink of an economic meltdown!

  4. freddy says:

    “ongoing incident” in the French city of Strasbourg
    Trams shut down while a shoot-out goes on.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Freddy, you might have noticed that the ‘Strasboug shooting’ has come at a very opportune moment for Macron’s government; just like all the other ‘terror attacks’ over previous years have come at convenient moments, politically.

      Draw your own conclusions.

  5. Jane says:

    You have been talking for several years about serious unrest in that you said was boiling just under the surface… looks like you were right. I wonder what effect the shooting in Strasberg will have .

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Hi Jane, see my reply to Freddy above.

      I don’t know what part of the world you’re in, but expect similar ‘terror attacks’, because the psychopaths who rule us know that the dissent in France is spreading.

      • freddy says:

        The gunman who shot multiple victims in Strasbourg had previously been convicted and was known to French intelligence as a possible “security risk,” yet managed to slip through the cracks despite “tightened” security across France.

        It is being said that the French Economy is taking a Nose-Dive
        Mr.Macron was going to roll out the Red Carpet for British Billionaires/Bankers,
        I can’t see many being that keen, considering what’s going on now?

        • freddy says:

          Hi Rob, the letters are in for Theresa May, so quite possibly Macron will outlast both Merkel and May.
          Good luck to France.
          Vigiripate announced for Strasbourg and may be all of France?

  6. freddy says:

    France in Chaos
    France raises security alert level to maximum but what does that mean for the public?

    Surely Macron will go before New Year?

  7. freddy says:

    The French government on Thursday urged “yellow vest” protesters not to hold another round of demonstrations this weekend as police hunted for a second day for the fugitive gunman who attacked a Christmas market in the eastern city of Strasbourg.
    The suspected killer, identified as Cherif Chekatt, is thought to have been injured after exchanging fire with soldiers, but managed to escape and has not been seen since.

    It does seem strange that a local man from Strasbourg shoots up his own city, then hails a taxi and asks to be dropped at the police station, and he is never seen again?

  8. freddy says:

    French Economy to nose-dive

    Apparently the French Economy is one of the worse performing economies of Europe, it was stagnant before these recent troubles.

    Is Macron in hiding?

    Has the French Government invented the Strasbourg shooting?

  9. freddy says:

    Hi Rob, a couple of days ago there was supposed to be a vote of No Confidence in Emperor Emmanuel Macron but the result of that vote has not been made public?

    MACRON RIOTS: Tomorrow’s Yellow Vest violence set to be worst so far – and its spreading
    For the fifth consecutive weekend of protest in France in response to “arrogant” French President Emmanuel Macron’s crippling fuel hike. The weekend of horror will likely result in further violence in France but the deadly riots are set to spill into other countries such as the Netherlands and Brussels in what has been called a “worldwide pattern of populist revolt”.

  10. freddy says:

    BREXIT WARNING: Hunt fears FRANCE-style ‘yellow vest’ RIOTS in
    U.K. if Brexit not delivered

    We want to LEAVE the hated E.U.

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