This is a story I wanted to wait a bit to tell; a series not quite ready for prime time. But the eruption in France provides a good entre to the subject. There is a revolution that is being planned, plotted and executed. It is aimed at transforming NOT just America, but the entire globe. Like the revolutions that preceded it, it is being presented as an organic grassroots movement. But at the very most, it represents the cooption of such movements by elite power brokers eager to mold the world into an image of their liking. In this, it is much like most of the major revolutions of history. In his seminal work, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, Gary Allen pointed out how revolutionary movements need outside financial assistance to succeed. [And paradoxically to some, they have found it, in the likes of Wall Street, as we’ll see. And today we see it in the financial support from sources like George Soros.] Oswald Spengler wrote this in his Decline of the West. “There is no proletarian, not even a Communist, movement, that has not operated in the interests of money, in the direction indicated by money, and for the time being permitted by money — and that without the idealists among its leaders having the slightest suspicion of the fact.”[i] We’ll be tracing what’s gone before and how that informs us as to what will follow.
PART I – FRANCE: FIRST STIRRINGS
After eating decadently rich food, consuming large amounts of the finest wines and touting their own superiority, there is little the French like to do more than throw a riot or two, every few decades. Some of those even turn into revolutions. Well, the French are at it again. Beginning a few weeks ago, headlines around the world began to proclaim: Paris is Burning! And so it was. Reacting to President Macron’s fuel tax hike that had driven prices up 23% in the last year, thousands took to the streets to do that thing that Frenchmen seem to do in times of crisis – and that is to burn cars. Here’s this from Zero Hedge. “ For three weeks, tens-of-thousands of French protesters have donned yellow vests and marched throughout Paris. While the ‘yellow vest’ movement began on November 17 as a grassroots protest against president Emmanuel Macron’s gas tax – levied in the name of climate change, it has morphed into a general rage against the French government in general….What’s more, the movement is spreading – with yellow vest demonstrations seen in Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands by those expressing frustration over similar issues. The protests have turned violent, as disaffected rioters have been setting cars on fire, causing structural damage, and assaulting the police…. Riot cops in Brussels, for example, were pelted with billiard balls, cobblestones and other hard objects last week, while the yellow vest movement is now working to form a Belgian political party.”[ii]
Macron’s government in France, along with other globalist forces around the world, believe that, as the Washington Post puts it: “The single most effective weapon in the fight against climate change is the tax code — imposing costs on those who emit greenhouse gases, economists say. But as French President Emmanuel Macron learned over the past three weeks, implementing such taxes can be politically explosive. On Tuesday, France delayed for six months a plan to raise already steep taxes on diesel fuel by 24 cents a gallon and gasoline by about 12 cents a gallon. Macron argued that the taxes were needed to curb climate change by weaning motorists off petroleum products, but violent demonstrations in the streets of Paris and other French cities forced him to backtrack.”[Here’s the translation of what Macron’s government – and their globalist friends are saying in Real Speak. ‘We can’t control you if we can’t control your lifestyles. So we’re going to tax you until your eyeballs bleed – or at least until you stop using those dang cars that are killing the planet. Now, I have to get on my large private fossil-fuel-burning private jet and head off to my next international conference.’] [And as to the global warming argument. The Globalists depend on a kind of universal amnesia to sell whatever tripe they are selling at the moment. Most of us DO forget that about a decade ago, scientists at the very prestigious climate center at the University of East Anglia were caught cooking the numbers to show much more warming than was actually going on. And then there is the matter of how much of this was humanly caused. When the Vikings came to North America, they were experiencing what has become to be known as the Medieval Warm Period. That lasted from about the year 950 to around 1250. The Norsemen were finding grapes able to be grown only in a Mediterranean climate. Then, about a century later there came the Little Ice Age, which ran from 1360 to 1460. Both examples of some pretty major climate change. And NO man involved. Then there’s the fact that I recall that Time Magazine was predicting another Ice Age sin the 1970s. Guess that’s changed a little bit, huh?]
Well in the event, Marcon’s government did back off – for now. However, that may not be enough to quell the rioting. As the Post points out: “France’s protesters are part of a global backlash against climate-change taxes.”[iii] In some ways this is an extension of the Trump election victory and the Brexit Movement in the UK. It is also part of the a global phenomenon that is seeing the rise of organic nationalism that does not demean other races or nationalities – but rather seeks to maintain and cultivate the unique national culture of individual countries. Of course, this is wrongly painted as racially prejudiced and xenophobic in nature by the globalist forces that control the corporate media. Together this defines the struggle of our day. Globalism v Nationalism! If you think is will necessarily just go away, you may want to think again. The seed of revolution, once planted, is hard to stamp out. During one protest in France, the police removed their helmets to show solidarity with the protestors.
[i] Gary Allen & Larry Abraham, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, Chapter – Bankrolling the Bolshevik Revolution, Concord Press, 1972
[ii] Explaining France’s Grassroots ‘Yellow Vest’ Movement, Zero Hedge, December 3, 2018
[iii]France’s protesters are part of a global backlash against climate-change taxes, Washington Post,