Macron and Trudeau – the Canadian leader is taller but more stupid looking
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Standing side by side with the other Globalist puppet world leader, Canada’s PC PM Justin bin Trudeau in Ottawa, French Grand-mère baiseur Emmanuel Macron said that he is ready to work with the six other Group of Seven members if U.S. wants to stand alone.
Responding to reports that US President Donal Trump does not care if he is isolated among the group from which Vladimir Putin is already excluded for not following the policies laid down by The Bilderberg Group, Macron commented: “You say President Trump doesn’t care. Maybe. But none of us are eternal and our countries, the commitments taken, go beyond us. None of us who have been elected by the people can say ‘all prior commitments disappear.’ It’s just not true, there is a continuity in state affairs at the heart of international laws. Sometimes we’ve inherited some commitments that weren’t core to our beliefs, but we stuck to them, because that is how it works for nations. And that will be the case for the United States – like for every great democracy”, Macron is reported by Bloomberg to have said.
Macron said he cannot rule out a G-6+1 situation at the upcoming G-7 meeting: “Maybe the U.S. President doesn’t care to be isolated but we don’t care being with the six together,” Macron says, adding they represent the values of a “global force” and an economic market. Macron, a former Goldman Sachs office boy clearly fancies taking the mantle of globalist in chief from Barack Obama. Like Obama, his achievements now in power are falling way short of promises made when he was campaigning.
The French president then emulated another Obama trick by making a thinly veiled threat that he cannot possible carry out: “the combination of the six markets of the G-7 group is bigger than the U.S. market” and cautioned Trump that “there is no global hegemony if we can organize” adding he will “fight against hegemony”
Russia, China, Iran, India and Brazil may be fighting against US hegemony but the EU is dependent on the US for security and far more vulnerable in a trade war than the US. And Trump is not a man to be intimidated by threats.
In the run up to what looks like being the most confrontational and acrimonious G-7 meeting since the series began in 1975), it is being reported that Germany chancellor Angela Merkel was already laying down plans for the Toronto showdown among the world’s top political leaders, vowing to challenge Donald Trump on virtually every issue, from trade to climate, and warning that the lack of room for compromise means leaders may fail to agree on a final statement, an unprecedented event at a summit of the world’s 7 most advanced nations.
Addressing German lawmakers on Wednesday, two days before the G-7 summit is due to begin in Toronto Canada, Merkel said that Trump’s “America First” doctrine shows that “we have a serious problem with multilateral agreements.” She added that failure to find common ground could lead to the highly unusual step of host Canada issuing a concluding statement not agreed by all participants, according to Bloomberg. We the punters should not be unduly worried about this, ‘common ground’ at these jollies is usually a meaningless and mealy mouthed compromise which commits everybody to doing absolutely nothing except hammer us for more taxes.