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French Generals Accuse Macron of “Treason” Over UN Migration Pact

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posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 06:36 AM
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originally posted by: bloodymarvelous
It hadn't occurred to me until this thread:

Maybe the people behind the loose migration laws are actually : The NAZIS.



Think about it. Who would want to create a situation like this?

Where immigration from other cultures becomes such a nuisance that the common people begin to fear for their safety?

The perfect formula to try and get the public to seriously consider returning to NAZISM . (By which I mean the real thing, Schwastikas and all)


That would be because of desperation of wanting to live instead of committing suicide by invasion of rapist using Sharia for their perverse sexual fantasies.




posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 08:24 AM
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a reply to: continuousThunder

It's not really a hoax, as that French general did write an open letter to the French president, like he has done several times before, to the present and previous presidents.

Besides that, it's more a question of interpretation (for the few that read the Compact).



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 08:30 AM
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originally posted by: Justoneman
That would be because of desperation of wanting to live instead of committing suicide by invasion of rapist using Sharia for their perverse sexual fantasies.

That, to me, is the reason behind the way this Compact and similar situations are presented to the gullible by people like Alex Jones.

I don't see the Compact as any danger to European citizens, laws or culture, but I see the way it has been presented by people like Alex Jones as a real danger to peace, as what they are really doing is spreading division among (in this case) European people, using the religion and race boogie-men to try to scare the people.

TPTB do not need to create any big plan to rule the people when we have a few people doing their job (I suppose) for free.



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 08:44 AM
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a reply to: ArMaP

Well there have been protests in Brussels over the past few days, and tday water cannons and tear gas has been used on the protesters........
I may be wrong, but Portugal (where I see you are from) have not had the swathes of immigrants and refugees that Italy and Greece have had and continue to have daily.
German's are fed up with Merkel's 'open borders' policy. The Scandinavians are up in arms, and I think it is Denmark that has said no to more refugees/immigrants and have tightened their borders.
So I think there are far more people world wide that don't like this 'Compact'......if it continues the way it has, we sure as hell will be Compact'ed like sardines in a can....and don't get me strted on the finer print about racist speech that is also built in. The refugees/immigrants will have more rights in a foreign country and protected by this sell out than the inhabitants of the country they will flood into.



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 09:10 AM
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a reply to: ArMaP

okay, hoax is maybe the wrong word, how about the intentional mis-use of a situation to exacerbate an already inflamed atmosphere of bigotry and hatred? surely that's something there should be some sort of t&c against?

seriously, i'm all for people being able to speak their minds and all, but reading threads like this, the sheer hatred on display and the spewing of bileful rhetoric... it's getting genuinely sinister it really is, and it gets worse each day



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 09:50 AM
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originally posted by: angelchemuel
I may be wrong, but Portugal (where I see you are from) have not had the swathes of immigrants and refugees that Italy and Greece have had and continue to have daily.

Portugal has had some refugees and immigrants in the last few years, where I live almost all fruit shops are run by people from Pakistan or Bangladesh. We also had many immigrants from Brazil (I worked with several), but we haven't had any "flood", as we are a little out of the way.
We also have many Chinese and East European immigrants (I have one Chinese and one Moldavian family living in my building, along with 12 Portuguese families).

But we also see immigration in a slightly different way, as we are ourselves a country with many emigrants, starting mostly during the 1960s and 1970s, mostly men fleeing the fascist regime and the war in Africa (in Angola, Mozambique and Guinea Bissau), and we still have a large percentage of people living abroad. Luxembourg, for example, 16.% of the population (according to Wikipedia) is Portuguese.


The refugees/immigrants will have more rights in a foreign country and protected by this sell out than the inhabitants of the country they will flood into.

Which rights are those?



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: continuousThunder
okay, hoax is maybe the wrong word, how about the intentional mis-use of a situation to exacerbate an already inflamed atmosphere of bigotry and hatred? surely that's something there should be some sort of t&c against?

If we had we couldn't have news from the main media companies.



seriously, i'm all for people being able to speak their minds and all, but reading threads like this, the sheer hatred on display and the spewing of bileful rhetoric... it's getting genuinely sinister it really is, and it gets worse each day

Exactly, people do not see that they are acting in the same way people in Germany reacted when the Nazis presented the Jews as the responsible for all that was wrong in Germany during the 1930s.

It's always easier to find an escape goat to direct other people's anger to than accepting we are wrong, apologise and try to do better.



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 03:53 PM
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a reply to: ViXxeN

The French President supports mass migration into Europe. Shock, horror, gasp.

Just the French doing their EU globalist thing.



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 04:08 PM
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a reply to: Whatsthisthen

The U.N. is being used as an Globalist Tool to Destabilize European Nations in preparation for a NWO takeover . This cannot be accomplished without the Infiltration of Foreign National Populations into Each Nations Social Systems . A Silent War is being waged that Will result in the Destruction of Sovereign Nations All Across the Globe if not Challenged by them immediately . You Want Continued Freedom ? You have to Fight for it from time to time . The Time is NOW .....



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 04:41 PM
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a reply to: Zanti Misfit

I quite agree, we gotta get rid of the UN. Maybe the migration B/S will get people angry enough.

People need to be pushed over the edge and this might do it.

Not a nice thing to happen.



posted on Dec, 16 2018 @ 09:47 PM
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a reply to: Guyfriday

i have thought along the same lines for quite a while now, i think you are on to something. Be careful who you preach it to.



posted on Dec, 17 2018 @ 02:03 AM
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originally posted by: FatherLukeDuke

originally posted by: pirhanna
Well things certainly are heating up in France. They are correct. It is treaaon.

It is? Maybe you could take me through French law and how a democratically elected premier signing a non-binding UN compact might be classed as treason?

Presumably you class "treason" as "doing something I don't like"?



And this is very much a warning of civil war and forcible removal.

You sound like you're cheering on the end of democracy? Yay. Well, if the army rebelled and overthrew the elected government, that definitely would be treason.

However in this case these guys are all retired generals, and therefore command naff all. Current generals in France aren't allowed to mess in politics, as they are un-elected and paid to do a job, which is leading the army and the army does what the government tells it.


IF the nonbinding agreement said how it'd be nice to sell the french as slaves to other countries? Would it not be treason? Do you think it being nonbinding changes the sentiment. No borders means no france.


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posted on Dec, 17 2018 @ 10:13 AM
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originally posted by: Guyfriday
I have to go someplace, but before I leave I'll pretext an idea here that everyone seems to be overlooking:

Why would people want African migrants? I don't think this has to do with getting Africans into Europe, but rather clearing out Africa populations so that people can go there instead. Let that sink in for a bit until I get back later, but given these new stances and the UN's big push on forced climate interactions, and I think we might be looking at what "Agenda 21" might really be about (hint: Ice Age)


***EDITED ADDITION BELOW***



Since nobody has responded yet, I thought I should just edit-add on rather than post a new posting.

So the idea I'm having is that if it looks like an Ice Age is going to be starting up, then Africa would be a safe place to live. Though in the current world of geopolitics, it is not. If you were to get the people in Africa that might be problematic to go to areas where the Ice Age would be affected the worse (such as places in the northern hemisphere) then it would be quite easy to take over the better weathered lands. This being said what if this "Agenda 21" isn't about population control as in reducing numbers, but rather population control by restricting productive land use and who gets to use it?

Providing people in these lands the dream of living for free in countries that have the best of stuff is a pretty good manipulative force to drive people away from what you really want. On top of this migration issue, forcing reasons to pre-deploy forces, such as UN Peacekeepers, in to areas like South Africa due to the ethnic cleansing that is taking place, only creates a occupational force that can be used to serve the UN's end game.

* Reduce the able population of an area through peaceful actions (like promises of free living in great lands) CHECK

* Have a readily capable military force in position to protect occupants (like using the pretense of conflict to deploy "Peace Keeper" into an area) CHECK

* Provide funds to build infrastructure to provide high standards of living for Imperial Globalists (like creating a global carbon tax scam, and refugee assistance funds that are poorly audited and never reviewed by the masses) CHECK

* Prevent average members of the global population from crowding out areas of useable productive lands in the newly created environmental safe zones (like clouding the facts of climate change with flawed science, and real science so that people don't know what to believe) CHECK

I think people reading this posting of mine will either think I'm some kind of nut (maybe even a conspiricy nut), or that I may be on to something. I'lll let you all figure out where you stand on this, but to me I think this whole issue of global migration is nothing more than population shuffleing. The question that remains is it due to the coming Ice Age, or is there some other plot behind this narritive we are being force fed?


This has been my train of thought for a few years now. We might be nuts that are into something but at least we aren't alone lol.



posted on Dec, 17 2018 @ 10:22 AM
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originally posted by: Breakthestreak
Globalism works ONE way.

These fascist lefties do NOT support MASS-migration of 50 million ‘whites’ into Somalia to buy up all the land and businesses and actually improve the place and bring ‘diversity’ to Somalia.
They especially wouldn’t approve of the Somalian government being FORCED to accept this or being FORCED to pay welfare benefits to the new ‘migrants’ either.

They ONLY support MASS-migration of third world peoples into the ‘west’. Oh, and welfare handouts for life.

I wonder why this is? I truly do. There is no sense to it, definitely no precedent either. From whence has this unbelievably unintelligent mindset come from?

FORCED diversity for Japan?
Nope
FORCED diversity for Tibet?
Nope
FORCED diversity for Namibia?
Nope

Why the double standard? Does ‘diversity’ Really mean something else to these bigots? I suspect that it does.

Macron is very much a traitor to his people. Like Merkel is to hers. Like the democrats in the USA are to theirs.
Destroying the heritage and prosperity of their own countries so that the children of the future may never inherit the civilisations their ancestors worked so hard to build.

To claim that ‘we owe them for what our ancestors done’ is just as unbelievably unintelligent as well. “The sins of the father should be visited upon the son”. What a pathetic mindset that is.
My grandfather stole from yours so that means my grandchild owes your grandchild something?
The very definition of ‘wrongthink’ Right there. But I suspect that very way of thinking permeates the tiny minds of the ‘left’.


One only needs to look at the money men and leaders of almost all pro-mass migration groups in the west to find the answer.

It most definitely is a concerted effort by a specific group of people. Hell, there are more than enough interviews and quotes in their own words to illustrate what the the end game is.



posted on Dec, 17 2018 @ 10:25 AM
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originally posted by: continuousThunder
a reply to: ArMaP

okay, hoax is maybe the wrong word, how about the intentional mis-use of a situation to exacerbate an already inflamed atmosphere of bigotry and hatred? surely that's something there should be some sort of t&c against?

seriously, i'm all for people being able to speak their minds and all, but reading threads like this, the sheer hatred on display and the spewing of bileful rhetoric... it's getting genuinely sinister it really is, and it gets worse each day


The way you "feel" about this thread is nothing more than your far left bias at work.



posted on Dec, 18 2018 @ 08:08 AM
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originally posted by: paraphi
These would be retired generals – not serving. Old men.

The Global Compact for Migration is a non-binding compact. It does not “force” migrants on countries, or anything like that, so if people believe that then they are misinterpreting what the Compact’s intent actually is. For example, the Compact explicitly states that it does not subvert sovereign law on migration.


Sadly too many people post on here with a knee jerk reaction based on an OP that (intentionally or not) doesn't accurately cover the actual subject and puts a sensationalist spin on something that isn't even factual because they know the majority of posters have little interest in the actual facts.



posted on Dec, 18 2018 @ 08:55 AM
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originally posted by: continuousThunder
a reply to: ArMaP

okay, hoax is maybe the wrong word, how about the intentional mis-use of a situation to exacerbate an already inflamed atmosphere of bigotry and hatred? surely that's something there should be some sort of t&c against?

seriously, i'm all for people being able to speak their minds and all, but reading threads like this, the sheer hatred on display and the spewing of bileful rhetoric... it's getting genuinely sinister it really is, and it gets worse each day


It is deliberately inflamed.

You don't borrow a million dollars and then donate it to charity. You earn a million dollars first, and then donate it to charity.

Inviting millions of immigrants into your country, when you have no infrastructure to accept them yet is just as ruinous.



So what is the end goal? The only goal I can think of is the leaders are TRYING to inflame. TRYING to get some bigotry going.

Either they want to be the "heroes" who fight the bigotry (which they created in purpose), or they're secretly working with former Nazis to try and recreate the conditions that lead to the original Third Reich.



posted on Dec, 20 2018 @ 06:12 AM
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originally posted by: Xenogears

originally posted by: FatherLukeDuke

originally posted by: pirhanna
Well things certainly are heating up in France. They are correct. It is treaaon.

It is? Maybe you could take me through French law and how a democratically elected premier signing a non-binding UN compact might be classed as treason?

Presumably you class "treason" as "doing something I don't like"?



And this is very much a warning of civil war and forcible removal.

You sound like you're cheering on the end of democracy? Yay. Well, if the army rebelled and overthrew the elected government, that definitely would be treason.

However in this case these guys are all retired generals, and therefore command naff all. Current generals in France aren't allowed to mess in politics, as they are un-elected and paid to do a job, which is leading the army and the army does what the government tells it.


IF the nonbinding agreement said how it'd be nice to sell the french as slaves to other countries? Would it not be treason? Do you think it being nonbinding changes the sentiment. No borders means no france.


This is as true as the day is light.



posted on Dec, 20 2018 @ 06:15 AM
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originally posted by: bloodymarvelous

originally posted by: continuousThunder
a reply to: ArMaP

okay, hoax is maybe the wrong word, how about the intentional mis-use of a situation to exacerbate an already inflamed atmosphere of bigotry and hatred? surely that's something there should be some sort of t&c against?

seriously, i'm all for people being able to speak their minds and all, but reading threads like this, the sheer hatred on display and the spewing of bileful rhetoric... it's getting genuinely sinister it really is, and it gets worse each day


It is deliberately inflamed.

You don't borrow a million dollars and then donate it to charity. You earn a million dollars first, and then donate it to charity.

Inviting millions of immigrants into your country, when you have no infrastructure to accept them yet is just as ruinous.



So what is the end goal? The only goal I can think of is the leaders are TRYING to inflame. TRYING to get some bigotry going.

Either they want to be the "heroes" who fight the bigotry (which they created in purpose), or they're secretly working with former Nazis to try and recreate the conditions that lead to the original Third Reich.


And this, totally seems like it's headed that way. People can't un-see it anymore, or bury their heads in the sand about what's happening here, it's too apparent.




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