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ALEX JONES’ INFOWARS: NEW FRENCH PRESIDENT-ELECT HOLLANDE ...

May 12, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

OK folks...this is intriguing to me from a number of points of view. Alex Jones' Infowars.com is reporting that the new French president-elect is just "another Bilderberg stooge":

Meet the New Boss: French President is Another Bilderberg Stooge

There is something worth noting here in my opinion. As readers of this site are aware, I've been maintaining that there are a number of factors that are fouling the fetid nests of the banksters in London and New York, namely: 1) the emergence of the BRICS nations with their increasing displays of independence from the US dollar as a reserve currency, coupled with increased defiance of the West, military gestures against it (Russian support of Venezuela, Iran, etc), 2) the increasing access to information via the internet (echoing The Daily Bell's focus here, and 3) the possibility that, if the Eurozone and EU fail to integrate, that Germany and France will go their separate geopolitical ways, with Germany gravitating more and more into the BRICS orbit.

It is against this backdrop I believe that we must view the (s)election of M. Hollande as the new French President. It is noteworthy that, Bilderberg stooge or not, Monsieur Hollande's rhetoric was compelled to play to the growing disenchantment within Europe in general and in France toward the EU and the would be dictators in Brussels and their handlers in Frankfurt and the City of London. In short, like it or not, the elites have shown a clear sign that there is indeed a crisis, and they are doing their best to channel and manage it.

But this will be no more successful, in my opinion, than their clear attempt to denude the American people of any real choice in the current presidential (s)election process in America either... for realists in Europe and America, the jig is up: too many people now know and understand that the major political parties are but shills for those corporate elites, and have little interest or inclination in representing the public good of the people of France or of America. Hollande is a stopgap, a breakwater.... the problem for the elites is that the water is approaching dangerous levels, particularly in Europe....

Will this new measure be any more successful? I doubt it... eventually, the financial crisis we have seen break out in Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, will reach France... and France is quite a different story than those countries...its economy is much larger, it is a major military and nuclear power, and it has a long history of not liking being dictated to....particularly by its neighbors across the Rhine, or, for that matter, across the Channel.... It's going to get interesting folks, for now France may be signaling new policies will come down the pike. Look for less talk of austerity from Paris, and for new fissures between Paris and Berlin...