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(@orchid20)
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I noticed this story circulating in the news recently - retired senior military officers petitioning the president with questions about his mental capacity and concerns over several issues that have become partisan points of contention over the past year, like the election fraud and the closure of the Keystone pipeline: https://www.businessinsider.com/former-generals-admirals-letter-question-election-biden-health-2021-5?op=1

and before I could say "hmmmm...", I found another article about a similar petition, this one in France, addressing political hotpoints more specific to that country: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/12/world/europe/france-letter-military-civil-war-warning.html

But I've only found one article, on the presumably right-leaning American Thinker, tying the two similarly timed events together: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/are_retired_french_and_american_military_generals_standing_up_against_tyranny.html

At any rate, "Lockstep" events make me suspicious - no matter how good the headline message might make some readers feel. Someone is trying to prod the sleeping bear that is the underlying nationalism in our two countries (Soros, I'm looking in your general direction...)

 
Posted : May 16, 2021 2:37 PM
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Interesting events, indeed. My observation of events in France is that it is reaching the apex of frustrations, with many former Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) figures, as well as others, are discussing the civic duty to rebel, at least thru such acts as civil desobedience. Another put forward is to put serious pressure to the mainstream-corporate media, and demanding information to be shared (which is not the case today).

The Army take-over thing is a double-edged sword:
1) It assures a temporary peaceful transition between kicking-out/dismantling the parasites in power and the setup of a transitory government (including most likely a series of referendums).
2) Poses a serious risk of takeover/Coup by nefarious elements within the military.

I have faith in that the military (in France; and hopefully also in the US) would uphold their duty to the nation and ensure things don't escalate into a full civil war/totalitarian take-over. But there's also plenty of examples to point to when it comes to military-backed-coups gone wrong..

All I know is that whatever unfolds will unfold, and it will at least move the ball forward. France is literally paralyzed, and I don't think another puppet-elect of Klaus Schwab would be able to appease the tensions. The false dichotomy of Macron-LePen is still of this parasitic system, and more people are aware today.

Funny thing I learned, the french Resistance was also called "factieux" [dissidents; or today's equivalent of conspiracists] by the Vichist (aka those who supported collaboration with Nazi Germany). So all in all, it looks like we're in familiar territory!

 
Posted : May 17, 2021 10:02 AM
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This is gna be such a shit show.

From the article you posted which links the two:

" Rather, they will be transnational wars waged between freedom-minded peoples seeking limited constitutional government and Marxist-socialists demanding total State control."

Where do you stand if you are a non Marxist socialist who doesn't believe in state control????????

 
Posted : May 17, 2021 10:30 AM
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smaddy wrote:
Where do you stand if you are a non Marxist socialist who doesn't believe in state control????????

Wherever it is, I hope there is a lot of room because you would be in good company. Most of my self-proclaimed "screaming liberal" friends fall under that umbrella. Little do they know, they are slowly becoming libertarians.

@enjoypolo I hope that if it comes to that, they use the right edge of the sword. I learned more about this from a video I saw on Solari.com that I neglected to post; which gives a little more insight and touches upon what you were saying: https://home.solari.com/via-europa-france-during-covid/

 
Posted : May 17, 2021 3:48 PM
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orchid20 wrote:
Wherever it is, I hope there is a lot of room because you would be in good company. Most of my self-proclaimed "screaming liberal" friends fall under that umbrella. Little do they know, they are slowly becoming libertarians.

@enjoypolo I hope that if it comes to that, they use the right edge of the sword. I learned more about this from a video I saw on Solari.com that I neglected to post; which gives a little more insight and touches upon what you were saying: https://home.solari.com/via-europa-france-during-covid/

Wow, thanks for that link @orchid20, I was infact reading the book authored by Phillippe de Villiers who's very open about Schwab and the Davos Agenda, event 201 and such (a red-pilling-factory for the frenchies). The book opens with a scene of a public trial with the two accused being none other than Macron and his prime minister Jean Castex in court. Enough thrill to give me goosebumps! Anyhow, good synchronicity ๐Ÿ™‚

 
Posted : May 18, 2021 6:33 PM
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