Amphiist 23: Emmanuel Macron, Justin Trudeau and the conspiracy theorists

· Philosophy, Politics

There are many sides fighting to influence our world view

We need to listen to all of them (free speech)

Including what the mainstream media refuses to cover

The rest of us are entitled to our perspectives:

Shia Muslims, men’s rights, socialists, etc.

Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides

Amphiist (23)

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January 11, 2018                                Today in the…

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Mainstream media perspective

Emmanuel Macron became President of France in that nation’s most recent election in 2017. Conspiracy theorists love to include him in the group or cabal of globalists who wish to dominate the world. They point to his desire for open borders, welcoming of refugees, tax positions, etc., and say that he and leaders like Merkel and Trudeau of Germany and Canada respectively, are mere puppets of the world’s elite who tell them what to think on any given topic. A favourite topic of conspiracy theorists with regard to Macron is how in his past, he was an investment banker, which of course fits neatly into the narrative about his being a tool of the Rothschilds.

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The Other Side

One of the issues that conspiracy theorists focus a lot on is immigration and how, at the behest of philanthropists like George Soros, globalists welcome refugees in order to replace white populations. The globalists, so the conspiracy theorists assert, want the world to be a vague beige and simultaneously to destroy white culture.

However, such conspiracy theorists ignore some of the facts. In Macron’s New Year’s Eve speech of 2017, he indicated that France could not welcome everyone, and that France could not be a nation without rules. Migrants, particularly economic migrants, need to be carefully vetted. Justin Trudeau notoriously welcomes refugees, although he too suggests careful vetting. But there is a primary difference between the two leaders. Trudeau is far more accepting of economic migrants than Macron is. Clearly, they do not march in lockstep on the orders of globalists.

I have noticed both men did say that their nations would be post-national and that Canada and French have no inherent culture. The fact that both would use such similar wording hints there is a concerted effort and agenda regarding immigration. However, the answer could be they are staking common-sense positions. Even if they want one-world government, is a one-world government that bad?

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