Globalist Rothschild Banker Wins in France, but Fight Goes On
May 8, 2017 by Alex Newman
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…
View original post 2,021 more words