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President Trump and France, a difficult but crucial relation: Make France Great Again
Recently, at the 1st World War Centenary ceremony, the whole world noticed the growing, obvious tensions existing between President Trump and French president Macron. In this thread we could try to explain, and give some background on, what exactly is going on. Then members interested in politics are welcome to discuss what President Trump should do regarding France and its current policy and president - and ultimately how President Trump could help Make France Great Again!

Well, to begin with, President Trump dodged several "bullets" last Sunday.
First, there was the Femen (Ukrainian prostitutes hired by Soros and now based in France) ambush Dodgy : a bunch of enraged female alt-Left activists tried to jump on, or even under the wheels of, the American presidential car. One of the Femen (having successfully passed the first security perimeter, and it's the subject of an embarrassed controversy at the moment in France) tried to get herself hit and hurt by the car, which would have been an extremely worrying incident, from a legal point of view.

Then there was the Kidjo-singer "entrapment", see:
https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/11...ent-trump/

"French (patriotic) Rassemblement National MP Louis Aliot has claimed President Emmanuel Macron purposely insulted U.S. President Donald Trump by choosing an anti-Trump singer to perform in front of him during the First World War Centenary ceremony on Sunday.

Aliot said that the French President had made a “petty attempt to embarrass the representative, and democratically elected leader, of one of France’s most important historical allies” by inviting Franco-Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo to perform, given her past anti-Trump remarks and her performance at the Women’s March in 2017.

Ms Kidjo, who has lived in the U.S. since 1998, went even further with her anti-Trump rhetoric earlier this year during a political panel television programme on broadcaster France2, calling the U.S. President a “tyrant.” Dodgy

Quoting Kidjo:I’m sorry, if we stay silent about this tyrant, I call him a tyrant. We’re going to have serious problems. Because when a human being does not have morals, does not have human values, cannot identify with others, we have problems when the person is at the head of a government,”"

Actually, most French people watching the ceremony didn't understand why, suddenly, on a day marking the suffering of our fallen soldiers, this African (a Beninese lady) singer took the place of honor and sang (in an obscure African tribal language) a song about "tolerance and the rights of all migrants"? Well, thing is, it was indeed directed at President Trump, as this singer, Kidjo, is a famous pro-migrant Leftist engaged in fierce anti-Trump activities both in France and on American territory... The purpose of this setting, on world stage, was to try and get a negative reaction on President Trump's face as he was forced to listen to a political opponent shouting in his face in some strange African tribal language. It failed, thankfully, as President Trump remained very calm and focused.

Both the Femen incident and the Kidjo planned affront were aimed at unsettling President Trump and trying to portray foreign females as his victims. Plus, there was also a third trap, prepared by the commie female Catalan mayor of Paris, who had planted the infamous, inflatable balloon of "#orangemanbad Baby Trump Orange" on the planned path of the American motorcade (she was trying to get pictures of his car stopped by manifestations, with the grotesque balloon hovering above).

But thanks God, the US security services reacted intelligently and quickly, and brought President Trump directly from Suresnes (where he was at a US war-veterans cemetery delivering a beautiful speech) to the airport, bypassing Paris altogether.

So, to sum it up, last Sunday President Trump was under a triple attack: the Femen attack ordered by Soros; the Kidjo-singer "optics trap" ordered by the Macron administration, and the #OrangeManBad incident prepared by the Paris commie mayor.

Note: the Soros Femen attack was not approved of by the French State - as proven by the stern (and warranted) reaction of the French prosecutors, who have charged the Femen and kept them twice-24 hours in jail (the maximum permitted at the time). Macron was not happy with the Femen incident, which he did not order

But that's not all: After the ceremony, the African (Sub-Saharan) "mafia" settled in France, has quite clearly threatened President Trump with violence Confused : One of the most influent leaders of this Sub-Saharan "mafia" (say, diaspora), a very influential "world-champion" Senegalo-French footballer called Mendy, has publicly and ominously written to his friend Macron on Twitter (using inelegant gangsta suburban slang) that "I'll deal with Trump, don't worry mate". Confused

https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-mo...ke-1215323
https://pureactu.com/jmoccupe-de-lui-tkt...ald-trump/
Macron and Mendy and the "dab ":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFyKomxRhKE

Make no mistake, it constitutes a threat (of violence) sent from the global African diaspora to President Trump (using France as a proxy). Given that France is the main Trojan horse for Africa and African mafia worldwide - see below a brave French war veteran forcefully grabbing Macron on Saturday, to tell him this sad truth to his face:

https://www.lci.fr/politique/video-un-ve...03895.html





... So, well, to sum it up so that people not familiar with France understand: Currently the Africans are using France as their main weapon by proxy in their fight to take control of the Mediterranean and also the USA. Only President Trump (and to a lesser extent, the Italian Interior Minister and the Visegrad Group) is standing in their way - so, the African mafia (diaspora) is ready to fight him in France and abroad, and they openly admit to it now, on Twitter and MSM.

Now, considering all of the above, what do you think President Trump should do with France and its president Macron?

I personally think that President Trump should not go to France anymore, as he would run the risk of being assaulted, or lose frame - just like, for example, an experienced Alpha male like V. Putin himself, kinda lost frame, a few months ago, when Macron forced Putin to stand (grimacing https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...62591.html ) at his side while Macron, out of the blue and with no warning, stated that he was "going to give asylum to gays and lesbians", "terrorized and beaten up by the Russians". tard

For it is Macron's strategy against Conservative and patriotic presidents: he forces them to publicly listen to very humiliating discourses (or songs).

I mean, at the beginning, Macron was not so offensive against President Trump, but, now 2 things have changed: first, President Trump's (great) economic successes are such that the Globalists fear he might be comfortably re-elected if nobody stops him: and they reckon there's only Macron to stop him now, as Mutti Angela is fading away.

Secondly, Macron is (maybe wrongly) much less afraid of President Trump now that the US socialist Dems have retaken the House, post-midterms... I might also add that French analysts think that President Trump has only an imperfect control of the US security services (because of all the Obama left-overs who sabotage the US from within), and therefore, President Trump could not "play dirty" with France or its current leaders: they don't really fear him.

So if I had to humbly give an advice to President Trump or his political advisers, it would be to avoid any trip to France in the coming years, but, President Trump should still talk to president Macron and see him in the USA, or on favorable grounds (in right-wing Brazil or center-right Argentina later this month for the G20, maybe?).

Because, hopefully, President Trump might still be able to make young, inexperienced president Macron change his ways and politics (some patriotic French politicians and intellectuals, like De Villiers, think that Macron is not totally bad and can be changed for the best, one just has to convince him and show him the way). It just has to be done on US soil or on more neutral land, but never again in France (and certainly not in Africa), where too many dangers (both to his image and maybe security) await President Trump.

In any case, as a Frenchman, I sure enjoyed President Trump's tweet about "Making France Great Again"


, and I hope D. Trump will help France (and in particular the French opposition) achieve this difficult but still attainable goal. Actually, Gerard Collomb, the Interior Ministry of France, and former ally of Macron, said a few days ago before resigning in disgust, that France had "5 years left to react and correct course before chaos and civil war" https://gellerreport.com/2018/10/never-p...ible.html/ , so let's hope President Trump could help us stop illegal migrations and socialism, so that we'll be saved, for the 3d time, by our American cousins! Blush
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I hate to burst your bubble but IMO France as we knew it is effectively gone, barring a major civil war that drives most of the enrichment from the continent.

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Maybe you could have been further in your "investigations "and point that the only tangible response Benjamin Mendy did was a Twitter post with 2 stars, aka 2 World Cup for France?

Oh, and for the record, he also said: "Dont worry, I will deal with him". Which is WAY farther than the message you are implying, aka "the mob will deal with him ".

Intellectual dishonesty.

Edit: I stand corrected, seems like Going String had the wrong quote.
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(11-14-2018 05:49 PM)Going strong Wrote:  Make no mistake, it constitutes a threat (of violence) sent from the global African diaspora to President Trump (using France as a proxy). Given that France is the main Trojan horse for Africa

... So, well, to sum it up so that people not familiar with France understand: Currently the Africans are using France as their main weapon by proxy in their fight to take control of the Mediterranean and also the USA. Only President Trump (and to a lesser extent, the Italian Interior Minister and the Visegrad Group) is standing in their way - so, the African mafia (diaspora) is ready


So France is the main HQ for the African Mafia's plan to control of the Mediterranean and the USA?

Laugh6

I am not saying this in condescension or sarcasm you are by far one of the most unintentionally entertaining posters on the forum.

Another gem from Going Strong

Quote:There would be no need to waterboard these scum, low-life Maghrebi virgin terrorists. Half an hour of energetic interrogation by a right-wing cop, with a few slaps and a couple of kicks to the arse or ribs, and that would be it, they would talk.

Those terrorists are very soft. They are from Maghreb, living in Spain: very soft. Proof is, when they are caught, they die quickly, like defenseless puppies, shot by common policemen, without wounding any policeman back. Like the Moroccan in Finland yesterday, he only stabbed girls and pregnant women, he couldn't overcome a Western man.

IS terrorists might need waterboarding to crack them. But these Maghrebi settled in Europe, lol, I would crack them, real bad, in half a day (and they wouldn't lie, once someone is broken, he doesn't lie anymore), and my EE friends would terrorize them and break them in one hour, without waterboarding, just threatening and slapping them around and doing some EE, "balkanic" stuff.
Absolute shame that Western governments protect these incarcerated terrorists, for dubious (and actually, very suspicious) reasons...

I feel your pain though you're country is a shell of its former self. The low class West African trash that's infested Paris is not the cause of the decline, they are a symptom.

You seem to have something personal against us "sub-saharans". I'm still going to rep you. And then fly back to France to execute my plan to take over the Mediterranean.
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(11-14-2018 06:15 PM)Not a Second Hander Wrote:  Another gem from Going Strong

Quote:There would be no need to waterboard these scum, low-life Maghrebi virgin terrorists. Half an hour of energetic interrogation by a right-wing cop, with a few slaps and a couple of kicks to the arse or ribs, and that would be it, they would talk.

Those terrorists are very soft. They are from Maghreb, living in Spain: very soft. Proof is, when they are caught, they die quickly, like defenseless puppies, shot by common policemen, without wounding any policeman back. Like the Moroccan in Finland yesterday, he only stabbed girls and pregnant women, he couldn't overcome a Western man.

IS terrorists might need waterboarding to crack them. But these Maghrebi settled in Europe, lol, I would crack them, real bad, in half a day (and they wouldn't lie, once someone is broken, he doesn't lie anymore), and my EE friends would terrorize them and break them in one hour, without waterboarding, just threatening and slapping them around and doing some EE, "balkanic" stuff.
Absolute shame that Western governments protect these incarcerated terrorists, for dubious (and actually, very suspicious) reasons...

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And?

Ask any French or Spanish cop: the "Islamist terrorists" who grew up in Western Europe, are indeed weak and inefficient and girly. When an armed French or Spanish cop is nearby (and an Islamist attack occurs), the cop shoots the Islamists dead very easily and quickly, and no French or Spanish cop is hit, like, ever.

So, yes, "Islamists" who grew up in pampered areas of our European cities, are weak criminals (no fighters, plus they don't even know Arabic or anything about the Koran), compared to the terrorists who came from Syria and are real hardened criminals, tough and wild.

And by the way, the new head of the CIA, an excellent patriotic lady, happens to agree with my thread 100%, about the use and interest of waterboarding.

Oh, and also, if you doubt that any of my EE friends would just destroy any Islamic detainee in one hour (tops!) of interrogation, it means you don't know EE men, at all.

Anyway, thanks for your (subtly mocking) rep point, man, but... it seems to be just a joke to you, all this. Well, for us in France, it's not: yesterday it was the 3d anniversary of the terrifying Bataclan attacks where hundreds of peaceful young French people were tortured, maimed, slowly eviscerated, by Islamist terrorists, so... for us it is not a joke. Yesterday we saw the torn families in tears, in the streets of Paris (politicians were absent at these ceremonies, I wonder why?), so, you might as well keep your laughs for yourself, with all due respect.
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I don't doubt the general veracity of your posts. It's just the pure passion that brings a smile to my face. You seem to have more in common with those Maghrebis than u think considering your penchant for Arab like hyperbole and bombast in speech.

I was not mocking you with that rep point and apologize if it came off as such. I love my country as well and have seen my city turn into majority Muslim within 15 years. I like patriotic people in general. Some male family members very dear to me engage in similar tirades such as yours and you sometimes remind if of them. That's all.
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(11-14-2018 06:37 PM)Not a Second Hander Wrote:  I don't doubt the general veracity of your posts. It's just the pure passion that brings a smile to my face. You seem to have more in common with those Maghrebis than u think considering your penchant for Arab like hyperbole and bombast in speech.

I actually respect (many) parts of the traditional Arab culture, yes (just like I respect many parts of the Buddist or Jewish, or even Sub-Saharan, culture), and this includes, as you rightly guessed, their "penchant for Arab like hyperbole". Blush

Now, frankly speaking, I initially thought Mendy had written "we will deal with Trump, dontcha worry", but as Mikado pointed, it might be instead, "I (Mendy) will deal with Trump, dontcha worry", and then it seems less like a global mafiosi threat, granted.

By the way, if you think I dislike these youtube videos of Macron with young shirtless Black men because "I'm raycist", you are wrong. I dislike these videos because of the Saint Martin incident and the subsequent video made by the excellent Black artist, French-Cameroonian Eboue; and I find all that worrying, but not for racialist reasons, for other reasons that I don't want to explain here but are quite obvious. It's not about race, it's about, well, what Eboué denounced, which might or might not be true, but in any case is disturbing.
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Fine, you corrected that.

As for the rest, I might come back later in the thread.

Bonne nuit all.
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I have visited Paris 3 times in the past two years. Each time, I saw heavy police presence just trying to maintain basic law and order. I can see how Paris will be a 3rd world hell hole in 10 years, and I really regret it. I want to visit Paris 30 years from now and feel that Je ne sais quoi that Paris has offered for the past 500 years.

I dearly desire for the French to MAKE FRANCE GREAT AGAIN

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(A bit irrelevant, but not that much)

Maybe you guys could discuss this by including ALSO the cities and town that are not Paris^^ I think analyzing France solely via the prism of Paris only is wrong (By France' colonial history Paris is bound to skew considerably the migration data).
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(11-14-2018 07:19 PM)RoastBeefCurtains4Me Wrote:  I have visited Paris 3 times in the past two years. Each time, I saw heavy police presence just trying to maintain basic law and order. I can see how Paris will be a 3rd world hell hole in 10 years, and I really regret it. I want to visit Paris 30 years from now and feel that Je ne sais quoi that Paris has offered for the past 500 years.

I dearly desire for the French to MAKE FRANCE GREAT AGAIN

Paris in 1988? Too funny, that's the year I visited for the first time. It was awesome and you would have absolutely loved it. I was staying near the Gare Du Nord in a small hotel and although it was a bit seedy it was perfectly safe. Now it's basically a no-go zone...

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(11-14-2018 05:52 PM)redpillage Wrote:  I hate to burst your bubble but IMO France as we knew it is effectively gone, barring a major civil war that drives most of the enrichment from the continent.

You might be right, but thing with France is, it is too big to fall!

Never forget this fact about France: it's a heavily militarized (and policed) country that could destroy, using its nuclear weapons and appropriate vectors, the whole world, in a few hours.

I mean, at the moment France is mostly using its mighty military for pacifying missions (in Africa or Guyane), but, say around 2030, if and when a Bin Laden or a Mugabe president takes control of France Confused , what will, would, happen to the world?

That is why the whole civilized world has to help France retake control of its borders and migration politics - for if the world does not help us, then French nuclear weapons will destroy the world at some point. Think about it: nobody can say, To hell with the frogs, let'em sink, they're doomed, because, if we sink, what will happen with our nuclear weapons spread all over the planet?
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So you're saying the civilized world is going to be storming the beaches again sometime soon but this time the guy behind the machine gun will be Somali and call himself French?
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(11-15-2018 07:31 AM)Malone Wrote:  So you're saying the civilized world is going to be storming the beaches again sometime soon but this time the guy behind the machine gun will be Somali and call himself French?

No, it would be too late, my whole point is: the world has to intervene (politically, rather than military) now, before the "Somali calling himself French" has our nuclear weapons and submarines.

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We can save a nuclear bomb about Marseille: the city is already in ruins, no need to nuke it from orbit.

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The French killed their king Louis XIV, it's in the DNA of the French to never like their leader it seems.
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(11-15-2018 07:25 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-14-2018 05:52 PM)redpillage Wrote:  I hate to burst your bubble but IMO France as we knew it is effectively gone, barring a major civil war that drives most of the enrichment from the continent.

You might be right, but thing with France is, it is too big to fall!

Never forget this fact about France: it's a heavily militarized (and policed) country that could destroy, using its nuclear weapons and appropriate vectors, the whole world, in a few hours.

I mean, at the moment France is mostly using its mighty military for pacifying missions (in Africa or Guyane), but, say around 2030, if and when a Bin Laden or a Mugabe president takes control of France Confused , what will, would, happen to the world?

That is why the whole civilized world has to help France retake control of its borders and migration politics - for if the world does not help us, then French nuclear weapons will destroy the world at some point. Think about it: nobody can say, To hell with the frogs, let'em sink, they're doomed, because, if we sink, what will happen with our nuclear weapons spread all over the planet?

NATO has contingency plans for all Europe based Nukes should the need result. Likely either handover by standing orders above any PM and or Minister - or - emergency detonation on station. Bye Bye FrancoAfroMafia, Bye Bye IslamoFrancos... No more need for NATO - USA saves $1Trillion per year for new Infrastructure and Universal healthcare and Education just like France. Wonderful irony in the end.
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(11-15-2018 06:08 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 07:25 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-14-2018 05:52 PM)redpillage Wrote:  I hate to burst your bubble but IMO France as we knew it is effectively gone, barring a major civil war that drives most of the enrichment from the continent.

You might be right, but thing with France is, it is too big to fall!

Never forget this fact about France: it's a heavily militarized (and policed) country that could destroy, using its nuclear weapons and appropriate vectors, the whole world, in a few hours.

I mean, at the moment France is mostly using its mighty military for pacifying missions (in Africa or Guyane), but, say around 2030, if and when a Bin Laden or a Mugabe president takes control of France Confused , what will, would, happen to the world?

That is why the whole civilized world has to help France retake control of its borders and migration politics - for if the world does not help us, then French nuclear weapons will destroy the world at some point. Think about it: nobody can say, To hell with the frogs, let'em sink, they're doomed, because, if we sink, what will happen with our nuclear weapons spread all over the planet?

NATO has contingency plans for all Europe based Nukes should the need result. Likely either handover by standing orders above any PM and or Minister - or - emergency detonation on station. Bye Bye FrancoAfroMafia, Bye Bye IslamoFrancos... No more need for NATO - USA saves $1Trillion per year for new Infrastructure and Universal healthcare and Education just like France. Wonderful irony in the end.

"Contingency plans" for the French nuclear submarines that are at any given time lurking deep under the seven seas with their nuclear missiles? Hard to implement...

"emergency detonation on station": now I kinda like this line of thought better (but please warn me before so that I hop on a plane for Miami). You mean, there might be viruses planted by NATO into the computers controlling the French nukes or its vectors? That'd be devious but brilliant. Except, how would NATO know for a fact that some nosy French software engineers have not spotted and disabled such viruses?

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The French (edited) their king Louis XIV, it's in the DNA of the French to never like their leader it seems. "

Matter of fact, the French people got infuriated for three reasons, at the time of the 1789 Revolution: price of bread, another reason related to common agricultural land, and... the fact that the Queen was considered un-French, she liked foreigners (Austrians notably) more than native French. Dodgy

And look at the coincidence: day after tomorrow, there is a massive civic resistance movement planned, called Yellow Vests, over the increase of price of basic items; plus, French people consider that the President likes foreigners (Sub-Saharan migrants) more than native French (because people only see him smiling and happy when he does selfies with them - same happens with Mutti Angela: she only smiles when surrounded by migrants, when she is around Native Germans, she's dour and sad). So are we seeing the basis and cause of a new revolution in progress: prices of goods rising, and jealousy: the citizens think that their leader loves foreigners more than Natives?
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OP emoting about terrorists being afraid of police when in fact they really work with/have been manipulated by intelligence agencies.

OP vision lack perspective, he still can not process that there is new wave of immigration and that black & arabs have been replaced by indians & chineses coming from their respectives countries and directly opening businesses, going through all state established filters, they opens shop like crazy but OP keep going on since years about blacks specifically but forget jews, politicians and others who let them enter.

Do you guys know the 6 degrees of separation theory stating the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other so that a chain of "a friend of a friend" statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps.

There is only 1 degree of separation between Macron and the nov 13th terrorists host jawad bendaoud, I want OP to explain how is this possible knowing that there is no case of illegal immigration here and how isis terrorists are being able to come and go back to europe without having any problems at all.

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(11-15-2018 06:54 PM)blck Wrote:  OP emoting about terrorists being afraid of police when in fact they really work with/have been manipulated by intelligence agencies.

OP keep going on since years about blacks specifically but forget jews, politicians and others who let them enter.

I want OP to explain how is this possible knowing that there is no case of illegal immigration here and how isis terrorists are being able to come and go back to europe without having any problems at all.

"OP emoting about terrorists being afraid of police when in fact they really work with/have been manipulated by intelligence agencies"

You are mistaking police and intelligence agencies. I maintain that terrorists are afraid of the police (the regular uniformed police, or militarized gendarmerie), as the police and gendarmerie have clear standing orders to kill terrorists on sight, no prisoners no warning... Now, I have no opinion as to what the intelligence services might be doing regarding their Muslim informants, it's a very different matter.

OP keep going on since years about blacks specifically: because there are tens (hundreds?) of millions of them willing, or about, to cross the Mediterranean. Even moderate center-Right President Sarkozy said so, a few days ago in his last interview in Le Point... hundreds of millions of migrants, with no job and no money, just a few miles of sea away. That's a bigger problem than "Chinese and Indian grocery owners" Dodgy

"how isis terrorists are being able to come and go back to europe without having any problems at all": well, I'd guess they probably buy fake passports in Istanbul for like 500 USD and then travel within Schengen area, unhindered.

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(11-15-2018 11:12 AM)balybary Wrote:  We can save a nuclear bomb about Marseille: the city is already in ruins, no need to nuke it from orbit.

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(11-15-2018 06:46 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 06:08 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 07:25 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-14-2018 05:52 PM)redpillage Wrote:  I hate to burst your bubble but IMO France as we knew it is effectively gone, barring a major civil war that drives most of the enrichment from the continent.

You might be right, but thing with France is, it is too big to fall!

Never forget this fact about France: it's a heavily militarized (and policed) country that could destroy, using its nuclear weapons and appropriate vectors, the whole world, in a few hours.

I mean, at the moment France is mostly using its mighty military for pacifying missions (in Africa or Guyane), but, say around 2030, if and when a Bin Laden or a Mugabe president takes control of France Confused , what will, would, happen to the world?

That is why the whole civilized world has to help France retake control of its borders and migration politics - for if the world does not help us, then French nuclear weapons will destroy the world at some point. Think about it: nobody can say, To hell with the frogs, let'em sink, they're doomed, because, if we sink, what will happen with our nuclear weapons spread all over the planet?

NATO has contingency plans for all Europe based Nukes should the need result. Likely either handover by standing orders above any PM and or Minister - or - emergency detonation on station. Bye Bye FrancoAfroMafia, Bye Bye IslamoFrancos... No more need for NATO - USA saves $1Trillion per year for new Infrastructure and Universal healthcare and Education just like France. Wonderful irony in the end.

"Contingency plans" for the French nuclear submarines that are at any given time lurking deep under the seven seas with their nuclear missiles? Hard to implement...

"emergency detonation on station": now I kinda like this line of thought better (but please warn me before so that I hop on a plane for Miami). You mean, there might be viruses planted by NATO into the computers controlling the French nukes or its vectors? That'd be devious but brilliant. Except, how would NATO know for a fact that some nosy French software engineers have not spotted and disabled such viruses?

"Posted by Lime - Today 05:45 PM
The French (edited) their king Louis XIV, it's in the DNA of the French to never like their leader it seems. "

Matter of fact, the French people got infuriated for three reasons, at the time of the 1789 Revolution: price of bread, another reason related to common agricultural land, and... the fact that the Queen was considered un-French, she liked foreigners (Austrians notably) more than native French. Dodgy

And look at the coincidence: day after tomorrow, there is a massive civic resistance movement planned, called Yellow Vests, over the increase of price of basic items; plus, French people consider that the President likes foreigners (Sub-Saharan migrants) more than native French (because people only see him smiling and happy when he does selfies with them - same happens with Mutti Angela: she only smiles when surrounded by migrants, when she is around Native Germans, she's dour and sad). So are we seeing the basis and cause of a new revolution in progress: prices of goods rising, and jealousy: the citizens think that their leader loves foreigners more than Natives?

Lets think about this for a moment - I actually like sexy french European (Caucasian) women - but what to do we get from the World, Europe and France that we can not get for ourselves in the USA.

Japan - Ultra High Quality Vehicles and Electronics - from stolen US Patents

SKorea - Even higher Ultra High Quality Vehicles and Electronics and Heavy Industries machines (Hyundai) from licensed US Patents - Women who really know how to relax Caucasian Warriors.

China - endless supply of cheap Junk - America loves its cheap junk - plus Hackers, IP Thieves and endless provocation and aggravation - plenty of Nuclear Strategic Targets for our $21T+ Space Forces and Spacecraft Carriers to focus on.

UK - BAE and BP... An occasional English Rose with semi decent BJ skills. Insane Soccer/Futbol fans that make our real combat Football fans look sane by comparison.

Scotland - Great Scotch Whiskey - Blended and Single Malts. Tough Celtic Warrior Ancestors who for some reason like to march into Battle in woolen skirts - WTF - glad that old tradition never translated to anything but our funeral processions.

Germany - Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, VW and Oktoberfest - Highest IQ White Women in the world to breed with - but like dobies and rottweilers takes a strong firm hand to properly train. Ultimate Reward is loyalty. Gewurtztraminer and Beer.

Italy Spain and Greece - Wine - Olive Oil - Mediterraneo Cuisine - fast women and even faster cars (Italy that is).

France - Tour de France - Grey Goose, Moet - Veuve Cliquot, Great Wines, Michelin French 5 Star Cuisine - and a whole lotta aggravation and attitude for spending $1T USD defending the continent of Europe from ???? Oh yeah scary Uncle Putin and Scary Uncle Xi of Russia and China who we do trade deals with - So NATO really is a glorified welfare program for all of Europe to live a life of leisure with two months of vacations - all of August on the Riviera - Winters skiing the Alps - all as economic leeches on the backs of the American Workers and Middle Class who pay for an unnecessary defense of Europe from what??? An invasion of Indian, Paki and Chinese shopkeepers.

Phock Dat BullSheeeet Mi (No) Amis.

OBTW We already have a fully functioning Space Force here and now and it can track and take out any Aircraft, Spacecraft, surface or submerged ship in seconds - hate to admit it but our Aircraft Carriers and Submarines have been made redundant by our Space Force Spacecraft Carriers years ago. (Google it for phocks sake).

NATO is no longer of any practical use to the USA as Russia and China are no longer threats - however Macroni and Junkers threatening the USA with an EU Army may become future strategic targets - just the facts as I see them. Keep on behaving like surrender monkeys threatening the USA with your loose nukes.

France is inconsequential in the Modern World and has long ago broke any historic Revolutionary War ties that might bind our nations - Macroni is a Ques Quo Say - Peees Ant? In French?

Curious in how many ways the Curse of Trump will manifest in Macroni's (Little Macron's) life now that he engineered a failed grand Globalist Deep State attempted but failed Humiliation of Commander in Chief Trump.

Never forget that Trump is the DoD's patriotic Champion who takes all the political slings and arrows while the DoD engineer the stealth overthrow of the hate America first Deep State Globalists of which Macroni is a lifetime member mon amis.
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(11-15-2018 07:38 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  OBTW We already have a fully functioning Space Force here and now and it can track and take out any Aircraft, Spacecraft, surface or submerged ship in seconds - hate to admit it but our Aircraft Carriers and Submarines have been made redundant by our Space Force Spacecraft Carriers years ago.

Just curious about the hypothetical and technical aspects here: How could a (US) Space Force intercept a missile launched from a (French-Somali) nuclear submarine having stealthily climbed up from the bottom of the sea, couple of miles off the coast of New York or Philadelphia? How would the US know the submarine is there, to begin with, and how could they intercept a missile having to travel just five or six seconds to its target? Genuinely curious here...
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(11-15-2018 07:59 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 07:38 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  OBTW We already have a fully functioning Space Force here and now and it can track and take out any Aircraft, Spacecraft, surface or submerged ship in seconds - hate to admit it but our Aircraft Carriers and Submarines have been made redundant by our Space Force Spacecraft Carriers years ago.

Just curious about the hypothetical and technical aspects here: How could a (US) Space Force intercept a missile launched from a (French-Somali) nuclear submarine having stealthily climbed up from the bottom of the sea, couple of miles off the coast of New York or Philadelphia? How would the US know the submarine is there, to begin with, and how could they intercept a missile having to travel just five or six seconds to its target? Genuinely curious here...

Google MAD gear laddie - Magnetic Anomaly Detection - moved it years ago from ASW P3 Orions to Space Force Satellites and Space Craft - in 2018 MUCH more sensitive and accurate than the 80's and 90's. So the Franco Somali antique nuke boats would never be able to get within targeting range of the USA - nor Canada as we get a lot of our winter weather patterns and fresh snowpack water from there so Canada benefits from geophysical proximity.

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(11-15-2018 08:09 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 07:59 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(11-15-2018 07:38 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  OBTW We already have a fully functioning Space Force here and now and it can track and take out any Aircraft, Spacecraft, surface or submerged ship in seconds - hate to admit it but our Aircraft Carriers and Submarines have been made redundant by our Space Force Spacecraft Carriers years ago.

Just curious about the hypothetical and technical aspects here: How could a (US) Space Force intercept a missile launched from a (French-Somali) nuclear submarine having stealthily climbed up from the bottom of the sea, couple of miles off the coast of New York or Philadelphia? How would the US know the submarine is there, to begin with, and how could they intercept a missile having to travel just five or six seconds to its target? Genuinely curious here...

Google MAD gear laddie - Magnetic Anomaly Detection - moved it years ago from ASW P3 Orions to Space Force Satellites and Space Craft - in 2018 MUCH more sensitive and accurate than the 80's and 90's. So the Franco Somali antique nuke boats would never be able to get within targeting range of the USA

Doesn't matter though, as I guess the "Franco Somalis" of 2030 would just build a nuke right in the heart of Minneapolis, sheltered by US Somalis and funded by the Clinton Foundation, working with French-Somali nuclear engineers trained in Paris... Confused Globalization at its worst, if nothing is done to stop the decadency!
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