Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS

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Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« on: May 08, 2017, 12:49:25 PM »
Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS

Macron’s Presidential election victory has inspired the establishment politcos and media organizations both in the US and abroad to new octaves of hopeful song that their old world order is safe from the wills of those it would rule and that France is again liberally open to the world; open to refugee, migrant,… and jihadie alike.  Macron’s liberalism isn’t new either, as anyone who knows about Rothschild banksters will tell you, it’s about liberties for the castes and classes the ruling classes choose, and right now that means the French people get used.  But if history’s any guide, the bombs, buses, and streets littered with bloody bodies won’t force too many illiberal liberals in the western world into seeing the errors of their ways and the danger of their misplaced generosity.  France’s vetting process has been a demonstrably tragic failure and Macron’s pledge to continue France’s two-faced involvement in various illegal foreign conflicts – namely arming jihadies to enact the regime change in Syria as it was done in Libya – will merely lead to more refugees and more jihadies slipping the same old vetting processes and going homicidally active in France.  But Macron seems to want to continue the programs of the man he’s replacing, despite Hollande being the least popular President in French history, because somewhere in some person’s twisted mind the Libyan intervention was a roaring success and its model should be duplicated and the inhuman suffering it causes should be brought home and unleashed upon the French people. 

However, at least one of earliest supporters of the jihadie training program fueling the proxy-revolutions, a countries that ran some of the camps sponsoring the US and French – yes, French - led effort to train Syrian Rebels (and it was broadcast for all posterity in an episode of Sons of Guns) [1][2], ‘rebels’ that moved fluidly in and out the ranks of al Qaeda and ISIS:  Jordan is now reporting that ISIS has infiltrated their refugee camps and now exercise considerable control over the area.  NBC carried this report today,

NBC News was given unique access to the area where Rukban straddles a rocky, arid no man's land along the border linking Syria and Jordan — an important American ally, and a key member of the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS.

Officially, it is located in a demilitarized zone. However, the pilot of the Jordanian military helicopter used during a recent NBC News visit wouldn't fly over it for fear of being shot down by ISIS cells in the camp.
 
Brig. Gen. Sami Kafawin, commander of Jordan's army in the area, told NBC News that militants there "have whole weapons systems … small arms, RPGs, anti-aircraft."
 
He added: "They consider the camp a safe haven. We consider it an imminent threat."
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Jordan, as has been reported for years, has a major player in the vetting process for refugees that didn’t have any kind of state issued verifiable identity, and even those that do are selling everything to get out of the region.  This obviously puts Europeans in a pinch between their governments’ open-door policies and their socialist policies, a pinch exploited by terrorists and refugees alike.  The Financial Times carried a story a year-and-a-half old now that mentioned the embassy in Aman, Jordan as having been actively engaged in the migration/refugee process.  This would have been facilitating movement for people who are potentially cooperating with the jihadies that’ve taken over part of Jordan.  It’s no wonder the Jordanian government wants them out – export your terror problems.  So not unlike Saudi Arabia did to Jordan and Turkey who were helping them do it (and to Lebanon, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, etc… and Syria who weren’t helping, and weren’t part of the NATO-GCC proxy-revolutions), Jordan and Turkey have been doing it to Europe for years, and it’s been blowing back on them all the while.  Turkey’s had its share of terror problems from some of the same groups they’ve been aiding.  Who’d have thought you can’t trust a terrorist organization to maintain their loyalties?  Of course this means that when we hear people like King Abdullah of Jordan, the darling of petro-dollar foreign policy wonks world-wide, harass his dictatorial Sultanic neighbor to the North about knowingly shipping jihadies into Europe, we know he's just a troll trolling a troll; that Abdullah’s just a black busted pot calling Erdogan a black busted kettle both pouring an unsavory stew into the, open-armed, open-bordered, open-mouthed EU.[4]

But hey, Macron won, so sing songs about the end of the populous wave, about the end of national self-determination and belt out your bliss for the continuation of progressive regressivism, of illiberal democracy, of ruler ship by shiftless warmongering elitists posing as humanitarians.  But just don't sing the French national anthem; Macron doesn't seem to like it.


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sited:
1)  Sons of Guns: Season 4 Episode 2 'Hangfire'; aired: April 26, 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8hCyKtRcJ4 (roughly 8:20-9:42) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sons_of_Guns_episodes#Season_Four_.282013.29

2)  “West training Syrian rebels in Jordan”; Guardian, March 8, 2013
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/mar/08/west-training-syrian-rebels-jordan

3)  “ISIS Infiltrates the Rukban Refugee Camp at Jordan-Syria Border”, Bill Neely and Ziad Jaber; NBC, May 8, 2017
http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/isis-uncovered/isis-infiltrates-rukban-refugee-camp-jordan-syria-border-n750206

4)  “Syrian refugees leave Jordan in greater numbers for Europe”, John Reed; Financial Times, November 8, 2015
https://www.ft.com/content/6ea4bbfc-845f-11e5-8e80-1574112844fd
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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2017, 01:11:54 PM »
Makro on Serbian means pimp ( I know the new French President name). France got EU Pimp for President.

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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2017, 01:33:23 PM »
 ;D



I mis-Googled 'French Macron' and I got this effete pink'o cream filled cookie born in Amiens.
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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2017, 03:30:45 PM »
Globalist Rothschild Banker Wins in France, but Fight Goes On

https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/europe/item/25986-globalist-rothschild-banker-wins-in-france-but-fight-goes-on


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Establishment globalist Emmanuel Macron (shown), a former Rothschild banker turned Socialist government minister, won the French presidency in a run-off election marred by controversy and allegations of impropriety. And now, with the election behind him, Macron is getting to work furthering the globalist agenda of his backers behind the scenes: building up the European Union, keeping the borders wide open, continuing to expand the power of the state, and finding a way to incorporate the religion of Islam and its growing number of adherents into the largely secular, post-Christian culture of France.

But the country remains starkly divided — a record one third of voters reportedly spoiled their ballots in some way or abstained entirely — and Macron is already under fire from all sides. It seems that, at least for the foreseeable future, France is likely to continue down the dangerous road to globalism and statism. But anti-globalist forces vowed to keep fighting.
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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2017, 09:30:12 AM »
You've got it the wrong way round, the globalists control ISIS.

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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2017, 09:31:58 AM »
You've got it the wrong way round, the globalists control ISIS.

Yes for adult analysis I wrote an article here
http://forum.globalgulag.com/index.php?topic=850.0
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Re: Macron’s Win’s France’s Loss and Good News for ISIS
« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2017, 11:34:06 PM »
TOP PSYCHIATRIST SAYS FRENCH PRESIDENT MACRON IS A “DANGEROUS PSYCHOPATH” - Warns he could completely ruin France (This guy married his teacher for gods sake. The guy has a problem. France is in serious trouble and very foolish letting him into office!)

https://www.infowars.com/top-psychiatrist-says-french-president-macron-is-a-dangerous-psychopath/
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