July 2, 2023
Musk Warns “Listen NOW Before They Mute Me!” As France Falls
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A compelling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting the Russian Embassy in the Republic of South Africa posted the message “Strange thing, no mainstream media call it an attempt at regime change in France” in response to American peoples observing: “The current situation in France is more of a coup than what we saw with Wagner in Russia last week—but the Western MSM will never admit it”, says quick to follow was the world’s richest man Elon Musk posting the beyond chilling video “Listen NOW Before They Mute Me!” last evening, wherein it warned the peoples of the West that their so-called democracies are nothing but a lie.
Following the less than 24 hour mutiny staged by a few hundred members of the Wagner Private Military Company last Saturday, that the Wall Street Journal called “a dime-store coup that folded like a cheap suit on its first encounter with reality”, this report notes, the entire socialist Western colonial fake news leftist media establishment erupted in a wild orgy of speculation over the chaos and bloodshed they predicted would consume Russia, none of which occurred.
While pumping out comical propaganda about Russia, however, this report continues, these leftist media purveyors of fake news failed to notice what was happening in France, that’s best known as a “rubber bullet democracy”—this past week though, on Tuesday 27 June, French police used real bullets to execute 17-year-old Moroccan-Algerian teenager Nahel M. when he attempted to drive past them at a roadblock in Nanterre, a prefecture of the Hauts-de-Seine department in the western suburbs of Paris.
Unlike in Russia where everything returned to normal immediately after the Wagner mutiny ended, this report details, the French police execution of teenager Nahel M. unleashed the exact kind of chaos and bloodshed the fake news leftist propagandists assured the Western peoples they’d see in Russia—this morning it was reported: “In total, more than 2,000 arrests have been made over a five-day period of unrest around the country…Secretary-General of Unite SGP Police FO union Gregory Joron said police haven’t seen such urban violence in 18 years in so many cities around France”—French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin also posted the message: “Forty-five thousand police officers and gendarmes will be on duty just as the night before”—along with thousands of buildings and vehicles looted and burned throughout France, today French rioters are filmed brandishing military-grade weapons as unrest grows—all of which joins the news: “French police said they were “at war” with “savage hordes of vermin”…The country’s top police unions threatened revolt unless Macron’s government restored law and order”.
Throughout the entirety of the short-lived Wagner mutiny last week, this report notes, President Putin addressed the Russian peoples to keep them informed about everything, which stands in stark contrast to French President Emmanuel Macron, who blamed parents, video games and the internet for the mass violence tearing France apart, after which he went to an Elton John concert while his nation burned—and then it saw Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki posting a video that juxtaposed scenes of violent protests in France against peaceful cities in his country with the caption: “We do not want such scenes on Polish streets”.
With France “on the brink of ethnic civil war” as riots spread across the country from Paris, this report continues, it was also reported today: “Mass riots that began in France on 27 June have spread to two other European countries – Switzerland and Belgium”—a report that joined world-renowned Middle East war correspondent Elijah J. Magnier assessing: “When we see that it is spreading to more than 12 cities around France, it shows that people are coming out not only in support of this young man, the adolescent that was killed by the police, but against the police brutality and against the decisions of the government, which were very incompatible with the interests of the French population…When the government is saying we don’t have money and spending billions in Ukraine, then we see the big gap between the decision makers in France and the population who are very angry about the pension scheme, about retirement, about their rights, about the hours of work, about the poor performance of the government”.
With it now being warned: “these riots could become France’s most dangerous crisis in decades”, this report concludes, it is a warning that joins former Austrian minister of foreign affairs Dr. Karin Kneissl most factually observing: “The French government is now contemplating a return to the state of emergency…Let’s imagine for a moment such a situation would arise in Russia, India, or China…Politicians across the EU and the entire Western media would bitterly bemoan the demise of democracy in those states, threaten them with new sanctions, and churn out special TV coverage for their constituent masses”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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