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Emmanuel Macron Positions France As An Ally Between Israel, Egypt And United Arab Emirates In Hopes Of Assuming Lead In Abraham Accords

French president Emmanuel Macron seeks to step in and create a relationship with Israel now that Joe Biden Is ignoring the Jewish state.

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With a chill wind starting to blow toward Israel from Washington as US President Joe Biden still has not called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his spokeswoman equivocated oddly when asked whether Israel remained an important US ally, this might be the time for Israel to look at upgrading and revamping ties with France.

Amazing how quickly things can change, isn’t it? When Donald Trump was president, Israel had their strongest ally possible with the United States, but a Joe Biden presidency has returned to Obama-era policies and is ignoring the Jewish state. That leaves the door wide open for…you guessed it…the man that we say is the biblical man of sin, Emmanuel Macron, to step in and take over where Trump left off. But where Trump only sought to increase Jewish sovereignty, Macron looks to, do what, confirm a covenant? Yep, that’s right about where we are.

“And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.” Daniel 9:27 (KJB)

I don’t know about you, but I am rooting for Emmanuel Macron to be the man of sin from 2 Thessalonians 2:3, and with each passing day I believe more and more that that is exactly who he is. Time will tell, of course, but he consistently makes all the right moves, and he is constantly pointed in the same direction – Israel. And this is just another reason why God removed Donald Trump from power, because it’s time for Emmanuel Macron to take control. A destiny he was born to fulfill.

“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.” 2 Thessalonians 2:3,4 (KJB)

With US cold shoulder, should Israel now pivot towards France?

FROM THE JERUSALEM POST: Yes, France, that country which so many Israelis view as anti-Israel because of its almost reflexive support for Palestinian positions in international forums, and its often hyper-critical condemnations of Israeli policy. Yes, France, that country which many Israelis eye suspiciously dating back to Charles de Gaulle’s arms embargo just prior to the 1967 Six Day War.

Why? Because, as Oliver Rafowicz, a former IDF spokesman for the foreign media, wrote in a position paper in September for the Jerusalem Institute of Strategy and Security (JISS), France’s political interests currently “dovetail with Israel’s” on multiple issues.

First, French President Emmanuel Macron has taken the lead in Europe in standing strongly against Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s designs in the eastern Mediterranean, whether in regards to Turkey’s disputes with Greece and Cyprus, or in backing rival camps in Libya. And this tough stand against Erdogan puts Israel and France very much on the same side of the fence when it comes to Turkey.

Last week, Greece and France signed a $3 billion arms deal as part of Greece’s efforts to bolster its military to confront Turkish challenges in its neighborhood. That weapons deal followed by a few weeks the announcement that Israel and Greece had agreed on a $1.68b. deal to establish and operate a flight training center for the Greek Air Force.

Greece and Turkey engaged in a showdown last summer in the Mediterranean, with Turkey sending an exploration ship and a small navy flotilla to conduct seismic research in waters that Greece considers its own, and Greece dispatching its own warships and staging naval exercises with allies. Macron was at the forefront in the EU backing Greece.  In the Libyan conflict as well, Macron positioned France together with its close Gulf ally the United Arab Emirates and Egypt against Turkey, which sent military support to the UN-recognized government in Tripoli. France, along with Egypt, the UAE and Russia, back the rival forces of Gen. Khalifa Haftar.

“Macron is the only leader actively confronting Turkish policy in the eastern Mediterranean and not just posturing against it. In doing so he has made France an effective ally of Egypt, the UAE, and Israel,” Rafowicz wrote.In Lebanon as well, he pointed out, Macron has visited Beirut twice since the deadly blast last August and is taking the lead in demanding government reforms in Lebanon that would trim Hezbollah’s wings – something that also dovetails with Israeli interests.

“In close coordination with Egypt and the United Arab Emirates… Macron has defined the protection of moderate Muslim nations and the struggle against Islamist radicalism as core French interests,” he wrote.

And, most importantly, France is emerging as the western power taking the strongest position vis-a-vis Iran. France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian warned just days ago that Iran is in the process of building up its nuclear weapons capacity, and that when talks are renewed with Iran, in addition to the nuclear issues, “tough discussions will be needed over ballistic proliferation and Iran’s destabilization of its neighbors in the region.”

Macron, in a recent interview, called for other countries in the region – such as Saudi Arabia – to be involved in negotiations with Iran, saying that excluding these countries was a mistake during the negotiations leading up to the 2015 deal. With these types of comments and positioning, France is returning to a position it held during the Obama Administration when it took the toughest line toward the Iranians of any of the six countries involved in the negotiations – including the US.

France’s tough position on Iran, said JISS vice president and former deputy National Security Council head Eran Lerman, gives Israel something to work with in efforts to convince the Biden administration not to rush headlong back into the agreement. Biden has said that he is interested in rebuilding the transatlantic relationship, and having coordinated positions on the matter with France could be beneficial to Israel.

In the negotiations leading up to the 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement, France was keen on getting Israel’s input into the accord, but this input was not forthcoming because Netanyahu – who did not want to give the accord any legitimacy – directed all Israeli bodies not to engage with other parties over the agreement. In Netanyahu’s thinking such engagement would do nothing to improve the deal, and no deal was better than a bad deal.

“There are very important French positions that congeal with ours on Iran and Turkey,” Lerman said, adding that Israel “needs to be more closely coordinated with Paris.” Nevertheless, the Palestinian issue looms as a possible obstacle in upgrading the cooperation between the two countries.

According to Rafowicz, however, the commonalties of interests Jerusalem and Paris share on a broad range of issues “from Libya to Lebanon, and across the Arabian Peninsula all the way to Iran,” should “act to reduce the salience of differences between the two countries regarding the Palestinian question.”

In this, France may be prodded on by the UAE not to have its ties with Israel held hostage to Palestinian interests.

“France should take a fresh look at the benefits of closer relations with Israel. In turn, Israel should take the initiative in creating a formal/informal framework for bilateral talks, possibly complemented later by a multilateral framework including Greece, Cyprus, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt,” Rafowicz wrote.

“The overt alignment of Abu Dhabi, Manama, and Jerusalem offers a diplomatic and military platform for rebuilding past ties based on emergent common interests and a new outlook on the Middle East,” he wrote, adding that if France’s interventions in Lebanon and Libya and efforts to contain Turkey are to succeed, “rapprochement with Israel is essential.” READ MORE

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Emmanuel Macron Takes Center Stage As Western European Leaders Visit Zelensky In Kyiv To Denouce ‘Russian Barbarism’ As End Times Theater Continues

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Premier Mario Draghi and President Klaus Iohannis of Romania in Kyiv on Thursday as the European leaders visited the Ukrainian capital in a show of solidarity.

The image of Emmanuel Macron kissing the pope is a very strong image, evoking the smutty whisper of Satan into his victim’s ear before biting and devouring them. I get the exact same sense looking at Macron nuzzling the side of the face of Ukraine president Zelensky, with such an evil grin, and Zelensky about to slide down the chute, looking like he’s loving it.

“I beheld, and the same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them; Until the Ancient of days came, and judgment was given to the saints of the most High; and the time came that the saints possessed the kingdom.” Daniel 7:21,22 (KJB)

Funny thing about this war in the Ukraine, it seems to be the most user-friendly war in human history. Bono and U2 can come and do concerts as the bombs falls, Nancy Pelosi and her minions can come and go as they please, and now Emmanuel Macron prances around like he owns the place. Funniest type of war I’ve ever seen. Ahh. nothing like a day at the theater, don’t you think?

Zelensky meets with leaders of France, Germany and Italy; Macron decries ‘massacres’

FROM THE TIMES OF ISRAEL: Macron, Scholz and Draghi, representing the three largest economies in Europe, traveled to Kyiv together on a special overnight train provided by the Ukrainian authorities. President Klaus Iohannis of Romania — which borders Ukraine and has been a key destination for refugees — arrived on a separate train. The meeting with Zelensky carries heavy symbolic weight given that Western European powers have faced criticism for not providing Ukraine with the scale of weaponry that Kyiv has been asking for.

The leaders have also been criticized for not visiting Kyiv sooner. In past weeks and months a number of other world leaders had already made the long trip overland to show solidarity with a nation under attack, even in times when the fighting raged closer to the capital than it does now. Ahead of the meeting with Zelensky, the leaders visited the Kyiv suburb of Irpin, where Macron said that there are signs of war crimes following “massacres” by Russian forces.

He denounced the “barbarism” of the attacks that devastated the town, and praised the courage of residents of Irpin and other Kyiv region towns who held back Russians forces from attacking the capital.

“It’s here, among other places, that the Ukrainians stopped the Russian army descending onto Kyiv,” the French leader said. “It represents the heroism of the army, but also of the Ukrainian population. And alongside that, you have traces of barbarism.”

In response to a question on his previous remarks that Russia must not be humiliated, Macron said “France has been alongside Ukraine since day one.”

“We stand with the Ukrainians without ambiguity. Ukraine must resist and win,” he said.

“Look at that, ‘Make Europe, not war,’” Macron said when he spotted some graffiti in English. “It’s very moving to see that.”

The visit came as Russian forces press their offensive in the eastern Donbas region, slowly but steadily gaining ground on the badly outmanned and outgunned Ukrainian forces, who are pleading for more arms from Western allies. READ MORE

French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Romania Tuesday night to visit some 500 French troops deployed there. A subsequent visit to Moldova is planned for Wednesday, followed by a potential visit to Kyiv.

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French President Emmanuel Macron Said It Is Time To ‘Vaccinate Everything That Can Be Vaccinated’ Sending Shockwaves Through The French Twittersphere

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In another sign that the campaign of COVID-19 vaccination in Europe is far from over, French President Emmanuel Macron suggested last week that the appropriate response to the crisis in France’s overstrained emergency healthcare services is to ‘vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated.’

In the 1973 camp cult classic ‘Soylent Green’, Charleton Heston finally figures out what the ubiquitous product is made from, it’s made from people. In that movie, people were things, a commodity to be bought, sold, traded and yes, eaten as food. Sounds far fetched, doesn’t it? Actually, ‘Soylent Green’ was made in light of revelations from the Nazi Holocaust, itself a type of the coming time of Jacob’s trouble. Jesus says that the coming great Tribulation will be worse than anything else that came before or could come after. Emmanuel Macron wants to vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated, that’s what you are to the New World Order, a thing.

“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;” 2 Thessalonians 2:3 (KJB)

Emmanuel Macron, if you’re reading this, I just want to say hearty and sincere “thank you” for never letting me down, and for always validating my estimation of you as the biblical man of sin. I really appreciate all you’re trying to do, but honestly, if you could pick up the pace a little bit, me and my friends have a flight to catch that can’t take off until you’re revealed. So, let’s go, Manny, time’s a wasting.

French President Macron: ‘Vaccinate Everything That Can Be Vaccinated’

FROM BROWNSTONE INSTITUTE: “Vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated,” Macron said, “because we avoid the virus. That’s the best response for unburdening the healthcare system and having a healthy population. So, we’re going to continue to work on this aspect.”

Macron’s word choice has attracted particular attention in the French Twittersphere and other online media, since he literally said that it was necessary to vaccinate “every-thing” (tout ce) and not, say, “everyone” (tous ceux) that can be vaccinated. But even if he had chosen to refer to people as people rather than things, the very idea of “having to vaccinate” people clearly denies them agency – to say nothing of any possibility of informed consent.

A clip of Macron’s remarks, which were broadcast on the French news channel BFM TV, is available here. They form part of more wide-ranging remarks, complete video of which does not appear to be available online.

But another extract posted on the BFM website appears to show the immediate lead-up to the “vaccinate everything” comment and suggests that Macron was responding to a question, more precisely, about whether reintegrating hospital staff who were suspended for having refused to get vaccinated against Covid-19 might help to address staffing shortages in French emergency rooms.

“Reintegrating unvaccinated healthcare workers is absolutely not an answer to the problem,” Macron says, not only because, according to him, they represent just a “tiny minority,” but also because – “if we’re honest” – the unvaccinated staff have “a dubious relationship to care and to ethics.” The French government made Covid-19 vaccination mandatory for healthcare workers in September 2021.

Macron’s remarks on “vaccinating everything that can be vaccinated” come after European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent call to “further step up vaccination” throughout the EU and the Commission’s issuing of a detailed strategy for doing so starting in the fall. READ MORE

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As We Expected, Emmanuel Macron Is The First Stop On The Schedule For Crown Prince And Newly Appointed UAE President Mohamed Bin Zayed

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The UAE’s new president, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, holds talks today with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron as world leaders stream in to the oil-rich Gulf state to pay tribute to his late predecessor.

If you still can’t see it by now, then you’re willfully ignorant, because to me, Emmanuel Macron as the biblical ‘man of sin’ who is on year number 5 of trying to take over Europe, fills the bill in just about every way possible. So when Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed, creator of the Abraham Accords and the right hand man of Pope Francis in Chrislam, makes his first stop after becoming supreme ruler of the United Arab Emirates, where does he go? Directly to a meeting with Emmanuel Macron.

“For better it is that it be said unto thee, Come up hither; than that thou shouldest be put lower in the presence of the prince whom thine eyes have seen.” Proverbs 25:7 (KJB)

Here’s a fun fact, Mohamed bin Zayed as you know is a prince, but so is Emmanuel Macron, he is the prince of Andorra. Proverbs tells us that it is better to “come up hither”, an obvious reference to the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church, than to remain ‘down low’ in the ‘presence of the prince’. Aren’t you glad that we who are saved will be removed up into the clouds on Flight #777 when these princes step up into the real reason they’re here? I sure am!

New UAE president Mohamed bin Zayed elects to meet Emmanuel Macron first before any other world leader, why?

FROM THE TIMES OF ISRAEL: Emmanuel Macron, on his first foreign trip since his second term started last week, expresses his condolences to the leader dubbed MBZ following the death of his half-brother Sheikh Khalifa on Friday after a long illness.

Macron, the first Western leader to pay his respects, will be followed by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Israel’s President Isaac Herzog and the king of Spain, among a long list of dignitaries.

The United Arab Emirates has begun wielding increased influence in the Middle East and further afield due to its wealth, oil resources and strategic location.

Mohamed bin Zayed has been quietly running the country since 2014 when Sheikh Khalifa, his 73-year-old half-brother, was sidelined by a stroke. The cause of his death was not announced. READ MORE

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