How the Media Helps the Macron Regime Hide Its Brutality Against French Citizens, Pt. 2

It is not surprising that the media is still overwhelmingly siding with Macron and his authoritarian regime, they are the ones that helped him reach his position with their unabashed adulation and outright pro Macron propaganda which they have been pumping during and after his elections.

How the Media Helps the Macron Regime Hide Its Brutality Against French Citizens, Pt. 2

As a result Macron's goverment actually denies any documented police brutality ever took place against French protesters.

Interior Minister Christophe Castaner this week brushed aside criticism of the force. "I have never seen a policeman or gendarme attacking a protester", he declared despite and unending stream of photos and iveos depicting French police brutalising French protetsres.

The EU is also silent about the ongoing barbarity perpetuated by Macron against his own people, because of their support for him and his rabid pro EU stances.

While other countries or politicians which are critical of the EU and its policies are attacked by the EU ( countries like Italy, Poland and Hungary) for doing basically anything, the EU will never ever condemn Macron and his documented brutality and deliberate attacks on French protesters, which happpen to be EU citizens as well.

If the media had done its job and actually covered the Yellow Vests protests in a proper and honest way which showed the reality and brutality of French government towards the protesters there would have been a huge outcry and pressure would be put on Macron to stop his authoritarian crackdown.

But because this never happened, the French government can go as far as to say that it “"have never seen a policeman or gendarme attacking a protester."

How the Media Helps the Macron Regime Hide Its Brutality Against French Citizens, Pt. 1


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  • Thanks for writing this.
    This essentially confirms two facts:

    -Media can and are based and often sacrifice integrity to pay lip service to whichever regime is in power: in my country a popular journalist regarded himself as "left-wing" until the centre-right government got in, then he switched and said the "the left can't be trusted" 🙄.
    Guess he cares more about who signs his paychecks than being his own person with his own opinions.

    -That even governments that says they are "democratic" and "liberal" can be as brutal and authoritarian as dictatorial one.

    It's very true that power wears out, but those who don't have it.
    The uprisings in France just demonstrated it.

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  • The most ironic thing is that we constantly hear about Macron bashing the Venezuelan government while the same thing in worse is happening in his own country and he is doing the exact opposing of what he is saying to the Venezuelan government. We (the French) are living in a dictature, and many members of Macron's party are not even hiding it anymore. That's how bad this is!

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    • Lol, I have found this image.
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      Of course not. Though to literally grow an economy only for the richest is not something competitive capitalism tends to do (that’s more something you see with corrupt countries where leaders are just pillaging... acrually that tends to shrink the country).

      Generally most people in Europe (and Canada) want some benefit for hard word and also want the poor to be treated well. The best we’ve come up with is to use capitalism as a huge engine of growth - which it’s done better than any other system - and then have government use taxes and so on to support those still in need. How much to balance the emphasis on growth (which makes all of us - even those of us on welfare) richer 10 years from now vs more taxing and spending NOW is a very good debate. Other questions we have are whether it’s better to have the government only help those in need and otherwise stay out of the way, or if it’s better to have the government tax much more but provide some services for everyone. Most western governments do a bit of both but the mix varies. finally there are legitimate debates on how much the government should interfere in the economy (say setting minimum wages or rent controls or protection so workers can’t be laid off) or if thise things acrually end up costing everyone more than a tax would, and if it’s better to just let the economy go, apply taxes and directly help those in need.

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      @0112358 I think I need to research more about the debt and how much exactly our system is costing.

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  • If they report truthfully on the mayter they would have to report almost no western nation is actually living in freedom and this is what happens if you fall out of line from your dictator. They rather just keep the illusion up that benefits them. The same reason can be given for them not reportimg the hate crimes against whites in south africa.

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  • Excellent Take, the light does indeed need shining in on this outrageous man.

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    The media is ALWAYS good at hiding dark truths when the political leader in question is aligned with the party they choose. Look at how Obama royally screwed up everything he touched in the USA from 2008 - 2016, but the media treated him like an immortal.

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  • Violent clashes between protestors and the police are a traditional part of French culture.

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  • Thanks for writing this mytake!

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  • Fake News Macron is the only Sensible Man in Europe today.

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    • I'm happy someone noticed it and made take about it ^-^

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    • It's really bad here nowadays and they also always lies about everything to make the yellow vest look bad and others things also.
      Like Macron said he will give 100 euros to people who earn the minimum wage but that was a lie and he didn't do it. Only like 10 % of people who earn minimum wage had gotten it.

    • @alice55 That's really fucked up

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