The tragic incident in France, where a teenager of Algerian and Moroccan heritage was killed by the police, has exposed the underlying and intense tensions between the security forces and the Black and Arab communities residing in the country’s most economically disadvantaged urban regions.
This event has brought renewed attention to allegations of systemic violence and racism within the French police, who are already perceived to be more aggressive compared to their counterparts in Europe.
Some people attribute the violence to poverty and discrimination, suggesting that the persistent social problems in France’s impoverished areas make them highly volatile.
On the other hand, there are those who see the riots primarily as a matter of maintaining law and order. They believe that gangs and minor criminals are exploiting the anger stemming from a tragic death as a justification for causing chaos.
However, it may be worse than all of that.
France is Punished for Its Many Sins Against the Khazarian Mafia
There are some analysts who hold the belief that the Anglo-Saxons are responsible for orchestrating this complex operation as a result of France’s misconduct in recent times.
They are claiming that the current crisis stems from the long-standing and strained relationship between the French ruling elites and the Anglo-American imperial establishment, which has endured for centuries. A comprehensive examination of this relationship could fill numerous volumes, but for now, we will focus on more recent developments.
In the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, President George W. Bush made a global declaration that “you are either with us, or you are with the terrorists.” These were not merely words; the empire was preparing to solidify the unipolar global order, eliminate its adversaries, establish complete dominance, and launch its Project for the New American Century.
PNAC is just a front cover for Nazi SS agents operating in the US at the closing of Second World War, and even earlier with the entry of George Scherff Sr. into US politics. Adolf Hitler’s blood relationship with the Windsors (Bauers) should be mainstream knowledge by now.
France has consistently refused to accept the role of a subordinate partner, an unquestioning ally, or even a vassal to the Anglo-American Empire. It has persistently been a thorn in the empire’s side during crucial moments. Here are a few instances from the past two decades that highlight the disagreements and conflicts between the two sides:
In the latter part of 2002 and early 2003, the George W. Bush administration was intensely engaged in seeking support from its allies for an invasion of Iraq. In February 2002, US Secretary of State Colin Powell presented a vial of white powder to the UN Security Council, alleging that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein possessed biological weapons of mass destruction. However, French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin remained unimpressed.
In a scathing speech, he undermined the US justification for war and criticized Powell’s presentation as questionable and unconvincing. A few weeks later, on March 10, 2003, President Jacques Chirac made it unequivocally clear that France would vote against any UN resolution authorizing a US attack on Iraq. Notably, France aligned itself with Russia and China in this stance, which now appears to be a significant foreshadowing of future events.
Over the past three decades, one of the primary objectives of the Anglo-American empire has been to encircle Russia by incorporating its neighboring countries to the west and southwest into the NATO alliance. Through multiple rounds of expansions, NATO has added 14 new member states, effectively moving more than 1,600 km closer to Russia.
The next targets were Ukraine and Georgia: during the April 2008 NATO Summit in Bucharest, the alliance issued the Bucharest Memorandum. Specifically mentioning Ukraine and Georgia, it explicitly stated that “We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO.”
While France was not yet a full-fledged member of the alliance’s integrated command, it openly opposed the resolution, arguing that it would heighten the risk of a conflict with Russia.
In an interview titled “Emmanuel Macron warns Europe: NATO is becoming brain-dead” with The Economist in October 2019, the French President cautioned European countries about relying on a military alliance dominated by the United States (it should be noted that France was a full-fledged NATO member at this point).
He stated, “What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO,” emphasizing the need for Europe to “wake up” and recognize its strategic role as a geopolitical power. He further warned that Europe stood at the edge of a precipice and must take control of its own destiny.
When questioned about the effectiveness of Article Five, which states that NATO members would mobilize to defend a member under attack, Macron responded cryptically, saying, “I don’t know… what will Article Five mean tomorrow?”
However, President Macron and his government became even more troublesome for the Anglo-American establishment with the escalating conflict in Ukraine. Among European leaders, Macron engaged extensively with his Russian counterpart, prioritizing efforts to improve relations between Russia and France. He also attempted to influence other European nations to adopt a more independent policy on the continent.
In an interview broadcasted on December 3, 2022, Macron emphasized the importance of the West acknowledging Russia’s security concerns regarding NATO expansion near its borders. He called for a greater willingness to provide Moscow with the necessary “guarantees” to facilitate successful negotiations and a peaceful resolution.
Macron stated that these guarantees are “essential” if the West genuinely desires substantive discussions and a peaceful settlement. He further highlighted the need to prepare actions that protect allies and member states while offering assurances to Russia for their return to the negotiating table.
Macron also recognized President Putin’s repeated concerns about NATO’s proximity to Russia’s borders and the potential deployment of threatening weaponry. These statements provoked anger and disbelief among the Anglo-American allies and Western media, who accused the French President of being a pro-Kremlin puppet.
Emmanuel Macron’s visit to China from April 6 to April 8, 2023, stirred up even more anger and disbelief. Western “national security experts” were deeply alarmed by the visit, considering it one of the most significant blunders made by a major European power since the end of the Cold War. This visit was seen as a direct affront to the Anglo-American establishment.
On April 7, 2023, President Macron visited Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangdong Province, South China, where he received a warm welcome. During his visit, he delivered a speech on China-France relations and engaged in a Q&A session with the students. The choice of venue by his Chinese hosts may have carried a subtle message.
Sun Yat-Sen, known for his criticism of the British Imperial system and foreign policies, wrote in his book “The Vital Problem of China” that:
“When England befriends another country, the purpose is not to maintain a cordial friendship for the sake of friendship but to utilize that country as a tool to fight a third country. When an enemy has been shorn of his power, he is turned into a friend, and the friend who has become strong, into an enemy. England always remains in a commanding position; she makes other countries fight her wars, and she herself reaps the fruits of victory. She has been doing so for hundreds of years.”
During his return flight from Beijing, Macron addressed journalists and expressed the need for Europe to resist becoming followers of the United States. He emphasized the “great risk” Europe faces by becoming entangled in crises that are not its own, hindering the development of its autonomy.
Macron also highlighted Europe’s increased reliance on the US for weapons and energy, emphasizing the importance of boosting its defense industries.
When referring to Ukraine, he made a remark stating it was a distant country of which they had limited knowledge. However, the most contentious statement he made was his criticism of the “extraterritoriality of the US dollar.”
While in China, Macron signed numerous trade agreements expanding bilateral trade between France and China, many of which would be denominated in Chinese yuan. Even before Macron’s visit, French companies had begun striking such deals, with the first being the purchase of 65,000 metric tons of liquid natural gas settled in yuan.
The French leadership’s willingness to cultivate independent bilateral relations with the chief rival of the Anglo-American Empire and bypass the use of the US dollar was seen as unacceptable. However, Macron would take it a step further.
According to the newspaper L’Opinion, during a recent phone conversation, Macron requested an invitation from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to participate in the 15th BRICS Summit scheduled to take place in South Africa in late July or early August.
It is crucial to consider the broader context of the ongoing global conflict.
As highlighted by George Soros in his annual address to the World Economic Forum in May 2021, there is a conflict between two systems of governance, which he categorized as “open societies” and “closed societies.”
An “open society” is one that allows Soros to interfere in its domestic affairs, while a “closed society” is one that doesn’t listen to the diktats of unelected talkingheads.
However, this is just an oversimplification of the whole situation. in reality, what we are witnessing is a conflict between the Western imperial colonial system and the majority of humanity.
The governance of the imperial system is influenced by the Western occult oligarchy. While it pays lip service to the principles of the rule of law, freedom, democracy, and human rights, its actions often lead to chaos and suffering both domestically and internationally.
It is worth noting that the French ruling elites have also benefited from the privileges of this system for centuries. However, they have never accepted subordination to the Anglo-American establishment and have always sought to exploit and plunder their colonies on their own terms.
It remains uncertain whether France will indeed receive an invitation to the upcoming BRICS Summit. However, in a world where not aligning oneself with the dominant powers is equated to being against them, the Empire finds it difficult to tolerate France’s independent stance.
France’s reluctance to conform to the Anglo-American establishment, its skepticism towards the effectiveness of the military alliance, its pursuit of trade agreements with China and utilization of the yuan, its attempts to establish peaceful relations with Russia, and its perceived detachment from the situation in Ukraine have all become increasingly unacceptable to the Anglo-American establishment.
It seems that the time has come to reprimand France and compel it to conform to the agenda set by the Anglo-American powers. The most recent demonstration of the disdain shown by the Anglo-American alliance towards France was the announcement in 2021 of the AUKUS alliance involving the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
In 2016, France had secured a significant deal with Australia to supply 12 conventional submarines, valued at $37 billion. This agreement was hailed as the “contract of the century” by French diplomats, not only due to its substantial financial value and the strengthening of the Franco-Australian relationship but also for securing French strategic influence in the Indo-Pacific region.
However, on September 15, 2021, US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and the Australian Prime Minister at the time, Scott Morrison, unveiled a “historic” security alliance between their countries. This alliance included the provision of nuclear submarines and the transfer of US military technology to Australia.
Without any prior consultation or warning, France found itself marginalized as its contract with Australia was discarded, causing frustration and anger within France. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian denounced the AUKUS announcement as an act of deceit, treachery, and betrayal by France’s supposed allies and partners.
In response, France recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia, and Le Drian declared a crisis of trust with the US. The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, also strongly criticized the AUKUS announcement, accusing the Anglo-American alliance of sidelining Europe in the Indo-Pacific region. This incident was not the first instance of France being subjected to such a major humiliation from the same “friendly” Anglo-American circles.
The US response to France’s opposition to the Iraq invasion and the perceived humiliation inflicted on the US delegation in the UN Security Council in 2003 took the form of punishment through diplomatic and secret service means. Jean Bertrand Aristide, who had been Haiti’s president since 1991, was ousted in a military coup shortly after taking office. After years in exile, Aristide regained power in 2000 with the assistance of the US, facilitated by diplomat and CIA agent Luis Moreno.
On April 7, 2003, Aristide unexpectedly called for colonial-era reparations from France, amounting to $21,685,135,571.48. This demand represented the estimated damages Haiti had suffered under French rule. Haiti, previously known as Saint Domingue, had been a profitable French colony supplying sugar, coffee, and tobacco to Europe. However, in 1791, the slaves revolted and eventually declared independence in 1804, after successfully defeating Napoleon’s forces.
France, unwilling to let go of Haiti, sent an armada in 1825, demanding an exorbitant tribute of 150 million gold Francs to recognize Haiti’s independence. To meet this payment, Haiti was forced to borrow from French bankers and repay the loans with interest from their commodity exports.
This marked the beginning of a new model of colonialism centered around financial debts rather than direct military occupation. This arrangement, known as the Double Debt, took Haiti over 130 years to repay, plunging the nation into chronic poverty and underdevelopment.
Aristide’s call for reparations from France gained momentum and support across Haiti, with banners, bumper stickers, government ads, and graffiti spreading throughout the country. This development was a major concern for the French government, referred to as explosive by the French Ambassador to Haiti, Yves Gaudeul. However, France rejected opening discussions with Haiti, fearing that such reparations claims could set a precedent for other former colonies.
The situation took a dramatic turn when, in February 2004, Aristide was pressured by US diplomat Luis Moreno, who had previously supported Aristide’s rise to power, to resign. Aristide and his wife were forcibly removed from Haiti and flown into exile on a US-chartered plane. The new leader of Haiti, Gerard Latortue, dropped the restitution demands, effectively ending the affair.
Notably, Aristide’s demands for reparations targeted France, but not the United States, despite the latter’s occupation of Haiti and its exploitative practices, including seizing Haiti’s gold reserves in 1914. It is evident that the affair focused on pressuring and embarrassing France rather than seeking justice for Haiti.
The disappearance of France’s problem coincided with Aristide’s removal from power by the US, indicating a potential backroom deal between France and the US rather than any genuine negotiations with Haiti or France’s acceptance of responsibility. This suggests that France may have capitulated to the US and pledged allegiance to its hegemony, possibly relinquishing its challenge to the New American Century and its pursuit of full-spectrum dominance.
In 1966, France withdrew its troops from NATO’s integrated military command and requested non-French NATO troops to leave the country under President Charles de Gaulle. However, in 2009, a few years after the Haiti affair and the 2005 riots, France once again became a full-fledged member of the North Atlantic alliance. Despite these developments, relations with France remained difficult.
Coercive Recounting of France’s Ugly Colonial Past
The looming shadow of France’s colonial past was once again brought to the forefront in November 2022 when Italy’s Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni discussed France’s colonial history on an Italian TV channel. She presented a CFA Franc banknote and a photo depicting a child working in a gold mine in Burkina Faso, highlighting the exploitation of resources by France through the currency it prints for 14 African nations.
Meloni claimed that as a result of the CFA Franc, 50% of Burkina Faso’s exports ultimately end up benefiting the French treasury. Apart from her role as the Prime Minister of Italy, Meloni is also associated with the influential Aspen Institute, which is supported by prominent figures from the Anglo-American establishment. It is speculated that her statements may align with the interests of these entities, contributing to the antagonization of France.
In another attempt to embarrass France, the New York Times published an extensive report in May 2022, titled “The Ransom: How a French Bank Captured Haiti,” which delved into French colonial abuses in Haiti. The report presented the French as the originators of slavery and colonialism, shedding light on their historical actions.
The Ritualistic Anglo-Saxon Punishment vs France Bears A “Divide and Conquer” Flavor
A peculiar aspect that suggests the current uprising in France may be a planned destabilization effort by the Anglo-American imperial cabal is the notion that it may have been preannounced, following a pattern observed in their modus operandi.
At the Better Way Conference in Bath, organized by the World Council for Health, speaker Mark Devlin, a DJ known for studying how the ruling establishment employs popular culture to disseminate propaganda, mentioned that their plans are often preannounced through films and TV series.
Devlin shared an example from the TV show “The Dead Zone,” which aired in 2005 and featured a storyline about a Coronavirus contagion originating from China, causing lockdowns, quarantines, and other measures. This notion aligns with the release of the film “Athena” on Netflix in 2022, which depicted a future ethnic civil war in France triggered by the police killing of an Algerian youth.
Remarkably, on June 27, 2023, a similar incident occurred when French police killed an Algerian youth, reflecting the events portrayed in the film.
Another significant incident during the riots is worth noting: according to Reuters, a bus carrying Chinese tourists in Marseille was targeted by rioters, resulting in injuries to the tourists. This attack occurred on Thursday, June 29, 2023, and provides insight into the modus operandi of the cabal involved.
It draws parallels to a historical event when the US and NATO bombed Belgrade in 1999, unintentionally hitting the Chinese embassy and causing the deaths of three Chinese state media journalists. The occurrence of five bombs hitting the embassy was seen as a deliberate message.
Similarly, the attack on Chinese tourists during the recent riots could be viewed as a symbolic act. It is challenging to understand why the rioters, who had grievances against the French government and sought justice for Nahel Merzouk, believed that attacking the Chinese tourists would further their cause or provide them with the justice they demanded.
Should we perceive Emmanuel Macron and his government as the protagonists in this ongoing saga? Can they effectively quell the situation or will it escalate further?
While some may not hold a favorable opinion of Emmanuel Macron, it can be argued that France’s sovereignty is currently at risk, and Macron’s actions may have provoked the anger of the Anglo-American cabal.
The government led by French President Emmanuel Macron is facing a “color revolution” type of attacks from the Anglo-American imperial establishment. Just like in similar operations in the past, it only needs a single spark to start one.
The widespread civil unrest that erupted throughout the country was sparked by the police killing of a 17-year-old named Nahel Merzouk (NM) in Nanterre, a suburb of Paris, on June 27, 2023. Merzouk, who was of Algerian descent, was driving a car without a license and failed to comply with police orders.
As a result, he was shot at close range by two officers equipped with full riot gear. The following day, riots broke out in numerous cities across France, including Paris, Marseille, Lille, Lyon, Bordeaux, Grenoble, and even Brussels in Belgium. These areas were left resembling war zones.
On the night of June 30th and July 1st alone, there were 41 instances of police stations being targeted, resulting in 79 injured police officers. Additionally, there were 2,560 instances of fires being set in the streets, along with 1,360 burned cars and 234 buildings.
In an effort to regain control, the government deployed 45,000 police officers and gendarmes. However, despite these measures, the rioting has persisted with considerable intensity for a consecutive period of five days, posing a significant threat to the stability of the nation.
Indeed, certain aspects of the riots bore resemblance to low-intensity warfare. According to several reports, weapons provided by the United States to Ukraine as aid were illicitly obtained through black markets and ended up in the streets of French cities, falling into the hands of protesters who orchestrated coordinated attacks on law enforcement and firefighters.
If France chooses to fight back, the situation will undoubtedly become ugly. They will have to take a firm stance, which will be criticized by the western media, accusing them of typical tyrannical behaviors such as repression, intolerance, and censorship.
If France capitulates, the situation will become even more unsettling and protracted. However, in order to defend France, Macron’s government will need to make an effort to unite the entire nation, which will prove to be their most formidable challenge.
Macron represents the French elites who bear significant responsibility, not only towards their colonial subjects but also towards the French people, whose country has been taken away from them (although Macron is not solely to blame for this).
During the late 1990s, France was consistently recognized as the country with the highest quality of life for multiple years, as indicated by various publications such as Conde Nast. However, over the past quarter-century, there has been a notable decline in France’s quality of life.
In order for France to successfully overcome this decline and regain its leadership position in Europe, the elites who support Macron must work towards reconciling with the people and earning back their trust.
Regarding France’s colonial past, at the very least, the country will need to establish a truth and reconciliation commission, offer a sincere apology, and extend a helping hand to its former colonies, enabling them to rise and develop as equal trading partners instead of being exploited for their resources in a cold and inhumane manner.
The world should consider extending support to France during this struggle, as it presents a significant opportunity for humanity. This is a chance to dismantle the imperialistic system of governance that has caused unspeakable tragedies in our colonial past and has primarily benefited the Anglo-American imperial establishment.
If they succeed in subduing France and turning it into their vassal, their power will only grow stronger. However, if France prevails and aligns itself with the rest of humanity, embracing multipolar integrations and an alternative model of governance, the imperial cabal will suffer a severe blow.
It is evident that the majority of people have a particular stance on this matter. Many would appreciate seeing Emmanuel Macron visiting South Africa, actively engaging in listening and sincerely pursuing partnerships and reconciliation with the global community. Such actions would help solidify France’s position as an equal member within a new multipolar international alliance.
Realistically, it is important to acknowledge that the process of developing trust and reconciliation may take time, especially considering the lingering anger many countries in that region still hold towards their former colonizers, even in more recent history.
As the famous Chinese saying goes, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” in the right direction, of course.