Recent protests in France are escalating against the policy platform of globalist establishment politicians. Can the French people lead the world through this period of darkness and inspire protesters elsewhere to stand up and resist the machinations of the globalist New World Order?
Recent anti-government protests have largely centered on France raising the retirement age to receive pensions, but there has been protest fervor in France for quite a while, and it’s directed squarely at the globalists. French President Emmanuel Macron, a former Rothschild banker, is widely seen as a puppet of the New World Order, and many Frenchmen strongly rejected the so-called official “results” of the 2022 election in which Macron reportedly “won” against nationalist insurgent Marine Le Pen.
With reports of anti-NATO sentiment on the rise in France, the French people are uniquely positioned to help stop the Joe Biden-supported war for Ukraine against Russia, which Europeans are getting thrust into under the reign of the globalist European Union. For years, the Yellow Vest protesters have been agitating for change in France.
French voices rise in opposition to NATO today in Paris, but where is Western media? The sound of silence is deafening.
"Biden, we don't want your war!" pic.twitter.com/IPdmUVkHoX
— sarah (@sahouraxo) March 25, 2023
Firefighters have reportedly joined the protests, which undercuts the legitimacy of the Macron regime. If government employees team up with the civilian protesters, could Macron’s political downfall be inevitable?
French firefighters are now joining the protesters. Once the public and public sector workers start uniting in solidarity of protest, that’s when a government is in trouble. People power. #FranceProtests pic.twitter.com/CN3npMba5g
— James Melville 🚜 (@JamesMelville) March 24, 2023
Certainly, France is in the center of quite a bit of action at night on the streets. The government forces have been alarmingly aggressive against the protesters.
🇫🇷 France 🇫🇷
France has turned into a battleground the last several nights in a row as the French continue to protest.
— Concerned Citizen (@BGatesIsaPyscho) March 19, 2023
Nevertheless, the French protests have a prevailing sense of optimism and joy.
No-one protests quite like the French pic.twitter.com/WzuO9VOIBV
— Lewis Goodall (@lewis_goodall) March 23, 2023