Anti-French sentiments have run high in some of the former African colonies for the last few years as Chinese deep state influences on the continent rise.
Over the past year, France has withdrawn troops from mail, Burkina Faso, and the Central African Republic. France has had a military presence on the continent for decades. Earlier this month Macron insisted the planned reorganization was “neither a withdrawal nor disengagement” while redefining the withdrawal as “merely adapting to the needs of its partners”.
One could speculate that its partners would be the nations on the African continent, however, that couldn’t be further from the truth. By partners, Macron means the Chinese Deep State. Macron also alluded to areas of potential cooperation including fighting maritime piracy, illegal gold mining, environmental crimes, and drug trafficking. Although this promised cooperation sounds “well, promising” more than likely they will never come to fruition.
France, on behalf of the Rothchild family and the Order of the Dragon, has been pillaging the continent for decades. As one example France has been mining uranium in the Nation-State of Mali for free while promising schools, hospitals, and infrastructure. To date, they have failed to make good on any of those promises.
As the Chinese faction of the order makes a rather haphazard attempt to implement a global takeover, they have made many lofty promises to many nations on the continent with minimal delivery, and now France attempts to restore diplomatic ties. New face, same Order, same control. Nothing new here. The Order of the Dragon’s grip on the continent is waning and many political leaders are looking for independence.
This is a new movement on the continent and it is picking up steam. Will African nations turn away from external influences which have not served the people of the continent after centuries of war and poverty?
The global repository, the key integrated monetary system certainly is prepared to help.