Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Macron Makes Honest Criticism Of Africa - Get's Called A Nazi

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It is on record that none of the contributors to this blog have much time for recently elected French President Emmnuel Macron. We have dubbed the former Goldman Sachs executive a 'grandmotherfucker' and dismissed him as just another globalist appartchik who will do the bidding of the faceless people who run the financial cartels. However we believe in giving credit where it is due and, fair play to the lad, he is the first European leader to publicly utter the truth about why the problems of that shithole of a continent, Africa, are insoluble.


Macron has been criticised for claiming Africa's perpetual humanitarian crisis is due to 'civilisational problems' and women in tribal societies having "seven or eight children" hampering social and economic development in African nations.


Addressing a session of the the G20 summit, the French President was questioned by a reporter from former French colony Ivory Coast on the possibility of implementing a policy like America’s Marshall Plan for rebuilding Europe after the Second World War to kick start economic development in African nations.


“The problems Africa face today are completely different {to those of Europe after World War Two] … and are ‘civilisational’,” Mr Macron told the journalist. "What are the problems?" he went on. "Failed states, tribalism and extremely difficult demographic transitions.”


“It’s by a more rigorous governance, a fight against corruption, a fight for good governance, a successful demographic transition when countries today have seven or eight children per woman,” Mr Macron added. "At the moment, spending billions of euros outright would stablise nothing. So the transformation plan that we have to conduct together must be developed according to African interests by and with African leaders."


In a far reaching reply, Mr Macron also identified issues such as Islamist terrorism, drugs and weapons trafficking and human trafficking.


He said that although France hasd controlled dozens of colonial territories across Africa and accepted responsibility to help with infrastructure, education and heath, a “simple money transfer” was not the answer. Again he is correct, billions of Dollars, Punds, Euros, Francs, and Marks have been thrown at Africa's problems since the end of colonialism and yet the crises only ever seem to get worse.


The excerpt of his speech on Saturday went largely unnoticed during the wide-ranging G20 summit, which saw violent protests erupt in Hamburg. But an edited clip of his response being shared on social media has since provoked outrage, with the kind of loony left activists who set Hamburg alight accusing the French President of blaming women for poverty, being a Nazi and, inevitably, racism.


Media figures also criticised Mr Macron for referring only to “Africa”, rather than specific nations, ignoring huge differences across the world’s second largest continent (this may have been because there are few differences, even South Africa, following the death of Nelson Mandela is sliding rapidly back into the abyss of tribalism and corruption that is typical of African failed states. Writing for South Africa’s Daily Vox website, Mishka Wazar said: “Africa is not a country. You cannot, as a world leader (or even an ordinary person on the streets with no political ambitions) conflate African countries with ‘Africa’.”


Siddhartha Mitter, writing for Quartz Africa, commented: “Macron’s remarks fall into a tradition of grandiloquent and condescending statements about Africa that point to every cause of the continent’s difficulties other than colonialism and its enduring trace,” he wrote. “There is a long history of population panic and its use in racist ideology.”


Mr Macron called colonisation a during his election campaign called colonialism a“crime against humanity” but has been quiet on France’s troubled legacy since his election victory.<

He visited Mali, where thousands of French troops are bolstering local forces against an Islamist and separatist insurgency, during his first foreign tour in May and has restated France’s commitment to military intervention in the Sahel region.




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