No matter what country you go to in the Western world, you’ll find that the globalist establishment there is all the same.
If you want proof of this, just have a look at how globalists treat populist leaders who stand up against them, call out their harmful policies and start garnering enough support to stand a chance of winning a major election.
Everyone knows the kind of treatment that Donald Trump got. He had an election blatantly rigged against him—in part because of how it’s virtually impossible to reliably maintain and establish a chain of custody for mail-in ballots, thus creating copious opportunities for fraud. Then, on the basis of no evidence whatsoever, he was accused of “inciting an insurrection.”
French populist Marine Le Pen has been treated in a strikingly similar way by her country’s establishment.
The Specter of Mail-In Ballot Fraud in France
Next spring, France will hold a presidential election. Because of the unrelenting stream of acid, knife, and other kinds of attacks perpetrated at incredibly disproportionate rates by Muslims, Le Pen and her anti-immigration, pro-native-French-working-class platform is gaining steam.
Of course, that means that the elite must concoct something—anything—to derail her momentum, lest she rises to power and puts a stop to the globalist agenda in France. French President Emmanuel Macron has tried to adopt a more conservative posture in the wake of the Islamic attacks in order to siphon off support from Le Pen, but this posture is totally insincere. Macron is a globalist shill dead set on implementing the Great Reset.
Unsurprisingly, Le Pen is being sued for hate speech and “inciting terrorism.”
Perhaps somewhat more surprisingly, however, a mail-in ballot scandal has recently come to light in France. Much as the elite in America tried to change election laws by executive fiat at the last minute in order to remove ID and other security checks and make it easier to cheat, so Macron has tried to do in France to help ensure that he remains president.
To discuss the scandal, OANN’s Jack Posobiec sat down with Jerome Riviere, a member of the EU Parliament and the chairman of the French Delegation of the Identity and Democracy Group.
Riviere wasted no time highlighting the inherent flaws of mail-in voting. “Since 1975, mail-in ballots have been banned from France’s electoral process because it is too easy to cheat,” he said.
Continuing, he went on to say that, “Macron must have found out how useful it is for the globalist agenda, and last week at 10pm on the Senate floor the French government introduced an amendment to a piece of legislation trying to allow early voting though machine voting.”
France has long prohibited electronic voting as well, realizing how easy it could be to exploit, or even preinstall, security holes in electronic voting machine software.
As the French say, plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. The more things change, the more they stay the same.