Emmanuel Macron is considering quitting and seeking re-election to shore up his drooping support and lead France out of the coming economic slump.
The motto of the 33rd degree Freemasons is from the Latin ‘Ordo Ab Chao’ which translated means ‘order out of chaos’, meaning that they are the ones who will bring ‘order’ out of the chaos that they themselves have created. The New World Order operates this way though something known as the Hegelian Dialectic, from the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. This is where False Flags come from and all the other tools used so effectively by the New World Order.
“Behold ye among the heathen, and regard, and wonder marvellously: for I will work a work in your days, which ye will not believe, though it be told you.” Habakkuk 1:5 (KJB)
It goes like this: the problem is created and released on the citizenry with the goal of getting them to react in a certain way. Then as the people demand something be done, the New World Order elites step in with the preplanned solution to the crisis they themselves have created. The perfect crime. When Adolf Hitler set fire to the German Reichstag building and blamed the Jews and Communists for the fire, the people demanded something be done. Hitler then proposed The Enabling Act, Germans immediately vote it through, and just like that Hitler was able to have the German people ratify their own destruction. What does all this have to do with Emmanuel Macron in France? Plenty.
Emmanuel Macron fancies himself to be the de facto leader of the global reset that was pushed through at the start of the COVID-19 coronavirus and subsequent lockdowns. In the beginning weeks, he along with Fauci, Gates, Birx and the others, were seemingly everywhere. Then, just like that, they all disappeared when the global race riots started. Chaos now is everywhere and Emmanuel Macron has already positioned himself to be the one to restore order. Will it work? Like a charm, that’s the plan. Now you know.
I could resign and bet on big poll win, Macron tells donors
FROM THE TIMES UK: The 42-year-old president is said to have told a videoconference of British-based donors that “I am sure to win because there is no one opposite me”. He raised resignation as an option being reviewed, Le Figaro reported, as he sought to reboot his presidency after taking a battering from 18 months of protests and strikes, then the coronavirus pandemic that has killed 29,000 people.
On Sunday night Mr Macron is due to address the nation in his first television appearance since April, aiming to “close the chapter” on the pandemic and set the stage for tackling its economic and social damage. READ MORE
The vehement denial by French President Emmanuel Macron’s office of a report that he may resign to trigger an early election has done little to quell that rumor.
FROM THE HERALD MAIL MEDIA: The report in Le Figaro newspaper on Thursday said Macron had raised the possibility in a call with London-based donors. The Elysee palace denied it, saying the president was neither on such a call nor has he entertained such an idea — the government spokeswoman told France Info radio Macron’s resignation would be “bizarre.” Still, it set the chattering classes abuzz, with political radio and television programs talking of little else.
“An election could be a way to mark a reorientation in Macron’s mandate, and to seek renewed legitimacy by returning to the electorate,” Jean Garrigues, a historian at Orleans University said. “But this would be a risky move, necessary only if you hit rock bottom. That’s not the case for Macron.”
Perhaps not. But Macron has already started talking about reinventing himself and acknowledged flaws in his government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. On Sunday, the 42-year-old president will address the nation, an exercise aimed at taking stock of the government’s crisis-management during the pandemic, according to an official close to him. READ MORE
George Bush Sr. New World Order Speech On September 11, 1991
Ten years to the day before the attacks on the World Trade Center, president George H.W. Bush stood up and announced there was a coming “new world order”.
Emmanuel Macron — The last president of Europe
On April 22, the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings hosted William Drozdiak, nonresident senior fellow at Brookings and senior advisor for Europe at McLarty Associates, for the launch of his new book “The Last President of Europe: Emmanuel Macron’s Race to Revive France and Save the World.”
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