May 29, 2017
Macron is a creepy pervert married to a woman old enough to be his mother. Instead of planning to try to intimidate Putin, maybe he should be planning to try to creep him out?
Well, this is sort of a weird announcement to make…
I mean, it’s the kind of thing you just do, rather than announce it to the press first.
New French President Emmanuel Macron is promising tough talk at his first meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday, following an election campaign when his team accused Russian media of trying to interfere in the democratic process.
Macron, who took office two weeks ago, has said that dialogue with Russia is vital in tackling a number of international disputes. Nevertheless, relations have been beset by mistrust, with Paris and Moscow backing opposing sides in the Syrian civil war and at odds over the Ukraine conflict.
The French support ISIS.
Which is weird.
Or rather, it should be weird.
Fresh from talks with his Western counterparts at a NATO meeting in Brussels and a G7 summit in Sicily, Macron will host the Russian president at the palace of Versailles outside Paris.
Amid the baroque splendor, Macron will use an exhibition on Russian Tsar Peter the Great at the former royal palace to try to get Franco-Russian relations off to a new start.
Well, that’s a nice gesture.
“It’s indispensable to talk to Russia because there are a number of international subjects that will not be resolved without a tough dialogue with them,” Macron said.
“I will be demanding in my exchanges with Russia,” the 39-year-old president told reporters at the end of the G7 summit on Saturday, where the Western leaders agreed to consider new measures against Moscow if the situation in Ukraine did not improve.
Relations between Paris and Moscow were increasingly strained under former President Francois Hollande. Putin, 64, canceled his last planned visit in October after Hollande said he would see him only for talks on Syria.
Then during the French election campaign the Macron camp alleged Russian hacking and disinformation efforts, at one point refusing accreditation to the Russian state-funded Sputnik and RT news outlets which it said were spreading Russian propaganda and fake news.
Yeah, Team Macron just literally ripped off the entire script from Team Clinton. Word for word.
The French didn’t notice though, because they don’t speak English, so they are literally only aware of events that take place in France, North Africa, Quebec, Haiti and Hanoi.
Casual dressed man in a white box
Being French is like living in a box.
Macron himself doesn’t even speak English.
The French pride themselves on this. They’re still holding onto the dream that someday French will again become a language that matters.
Two days before the May 7 election runoff, Macron’s team said thousands of hacked campaign emails had been put online in a leak that one New York-based analyst said could have come from a group tied to Russian military intelligence.
Moscow and RT itself rejected allegations of meddling in the election.
Putin also offered Macron’s far-right opponent Marine Le Pen a publicity coup when he granted her an audience a month before the election’s first round.
Macron decisively beat Le Pen, an open Putin admirer, and afterwards the Russian president said in a congratulatory message that he wanted to put mistrust aside and work with him.
Yeah, Putin is always cool like that.
But then this Macron pervert comes out and is like “I’m gonna talk shit to this guy and demand he do things I tell him to do.”
Hollande’s former diplomatic adviser, Jacques Audibert, noted how Putin had been excluded from what used to be the Group of Eight nations as relations with the West soured. Meeting in a palace so soon after the G7 summit was a clever move by Macron.
“Putin likes these big symbolic things. I think it’s an excellent political opportunity, the choice of place is perfect,” he told CNews TV. “It adds a bit of grandeur to welcome Putin to Versailles.”
The Versailles exhibition commemorates a visit to France 300 years ago by Peter the Great, known for his European tastes.
It’s a very nice thing, a 300 year anniversary.
Peter the Great
But the thing here is: Macron is not going to get along with Putin because Macron is not an actual person who makes decisions about things. Like all of these other “leaders” he is a cog in a machine that is on autopilot.
And that machine he is a cog in is hellbent on forcing Russia to submit to the global unified order.
So the whole concept of a meeting is dumb.
But it is required by both parties.
They have to show that they are willing to work with each other, like adults.
But Putin actually is willing to work with people. Macron doesn’t have a will, because again, he is just a part of a large machine that no one is really driving.