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  3. The US Deep State is funding Macron.
  5. Quick Rundown
  6. >National Endowment for Democracy (NED) established to intervene in foreign politics in 1983.
  7. >It is officially a non-governmental organization.
  8. >It receives $50 million annually from the US government.
  9. >Proceeds to intervene in foreign politics.
  10. >1985 gets caught intervening in France against Mitterand.
  11. >Helped depose Pinochet
  12. >Finances candidates surreptitiously.
  13. >Sets up “think tanks” to launder the money.
  14. >Has shells for right, left, labor, and management.
  15. >Macron is a fluent English speaker and ex-Rothschild & Co banker.
  16. >Macron linked up with the NED in 2006.
  17. >Joined Fondation Jean Jaurès, a French NED puppet in 2006.
  18. >Spoke at Fondation Robert Schuman, another French NED puppet, events.
  19. >François  Hollande utilizes the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI another NED puppet) for the 2012 Socialist Party primaries.
  20. > Tom McMahon, a DNC operative, helped the NDI organize the Socialist primaries in 2012.
  21. >President Hollande appoints Macron as the Minister of Economy and Finance.
  22. >Secretary of State Hillary Clinton notices him in 2012 in private correspondence.
  23. >Tomicah Tillemann, her advisor, coordinated NED efforts though the State Department.
  24. >Wikileaks confirmed the CIA interfered in the 2012 election.
  25. >Tom McMahon returned to France again in 2016.
  26. >Macron emerges as a well-funded dark horse candidate.
  27. >Moves to the second round of the elections against Marine Le Pen.
  28. >Macron endorsed by NED puppets Fillon, Sarkozy, Hollande, and Hamon.
  29. >Mélenchon, without NED affiliation, stays neutral.
  30. >Coincidence detected.
  31. >Now we drop this info and get him BTFO
  32. >I’m with her.
  34. ==Macron linked to NED and shells in French==
  35. https://blogs.mediapart. fr/yvster14/blog/100317/macron-est-il-un-agent-des-usa
  36. http://archive.is/1Yurm
  37. French Language
  38. http://archive.is/pQDOV
  39. English Language
  40. http://www.comite-valmy. org/spip.php?article8355
  41. http://archive.is/46ttr
  42. French Language
  43. http://archive.is/ec7qz
  44. English Language
  45. http://www.minurne. org/?p=10212
  46. http://archive.is/Wssjx
  47. French Language
  48. http://archive.is/cRJlw
  49. English Language
  51. ==Fondation Robert Schumann==
  52. https://ec.europa. eu/france/node/491_fr
  53. http://archive.is/C45Yl
  54. French Language
  55. http://archive.is/atGfM
  56. English Language (He spoke at one of their events.)
  57. ==Fondation Jean Jaurès==
  58. http://www.linternaute. com/actualite/politique/1363862-emmanuel-macron-biographie-secrete-d-un-monsieur-parfait/1364257-membre-de-groupes
  59. http://archive.is/wM0Te
  60. French Language
  61. http://archive.is/ahFvX
  62. English Language
  63. > In 2007, before the presidential election , Emmanuel Macron was part of the group Les Gracques, made up of former bosses and top officials engaged on the left and wishing to push the left to modernize . The collective, "group of reflection and pressure", then called for an alliance Ségolène Royal-François Bayrou. From 2006, Emmanuel Macron also collaborated with the Jean-Jaurès Foundation, which is close to the Socialist Party and whose aim is "to promote democratic and humanist ideals through the debate of ideas and research" and "to carry out cooperative actions Economic, cultural and political (...) in the world ".
  64. http://www.bfmtv. com/politique/hamon-et-fillon-bouscules-sur-les-ailes-macron-file-sur-le-boulevard-au-centre-1122347.html
  65. http://archive.is/6yela
  66. French Language
  67. http://archive.is/J2SXT
  68. English Language
  69. > "In the right place at the right time", concludes, about the leader of En Marche !, the director of the Jean Jaurès Foundation, Gilles Finchelstein. According to the observatory, Emmanuel Macron is, in the minds of the respondents, the only candidate to invest a large central area in the French political landscape.
  70. >The study, published this Wednesday by the Jean Jaurès Foundation in partnership with the Huffington Post (and taken from the last wave of the CEVIPOF / Jean-Jaurès / Le Monde Foundation by the IPSOS Institute), mirrors on a scale From 1 to 10 (0 being the leftmost, 10 the most right) positioning candidates on this scale according to the respondents, their self-positioning and their voting intentions.
  71. http://www.palestine-solidarite. org/analyses.thierry_meyssan.160417.htm
  72. http://archive.is/UUHWO
  73. French Language
  74. http://archive.is/WZ1Yc
  75. English Language
  76. http://lintegral.over-blog. com/2017/04/de-la-fondation-saint-simon-a-emmanuel-macron.html
  77. http://archive.is/dnS4W
  78. French Language
  79. http://archive.is/v9Nhq
  80. English Language
  82. ==CIA==
  83. https://fr.sputniknews. com/france/201704061030770923-france-prsidentielle-macron-le-pen/
  84. http://archive.is/gJEjW
  85. French Language
  86. http://archive.is/0ug0P
  87. English Language
  88. > For his part, General Jean-Bernard Pinatel, a businessman and a specialist in geopolitical issues and economic intelligence, believes that this vision is biased. For him, in fact, the US "always preferred the left, because the left is Atlantis and the left, it is a soft democracy. So the American establishment prefers soft democracies rather than strong democracies all over the world. "
  89. ==Rothschilds==
  90. http://katehon. com/article/macron-another-political-puppet-rothschilds
  91. http://archive.is/9a39I
  92. http://lintegral.over-blog. com/2017/04/de-la-fondation-saint-simon-a-emmanuel-macron.html
  93. http://archive.is/dnS4W
  94. French Language
  95. http://archive.is/v9Nhq
  96. English Language
  97. >Emmanuel Macron then makes a detour by the bank Rothschild & Cie. Then entered the Elysee as assistant to Jean-Pierre Jouyet. In this role, he replaces another managing partner of Rothschild & Cie, François Pérol.
  98. >In 2006, Emmanuel Macron joins the Socialist Party and the Jean-Jaurès Foundation, part of whose funding is provided by the neo-conservative Trotskyists of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). In 2007, he joined Les Gracques, a group of former bosses and senior officials, including Jean-Pierre Jouyet. This association tries to organize an alliance between the Socialist Party and the centrists.
  101. ==National Endowment for Democracy==
  102. http://rightweb.irc-online. org/profile/National_Endowment_for_Democracy/
  103. http://archive.is/Jw4Mk
  104. http://thirdworldtraveler. com/Blum/TrojanHorse_RS.html
  105. http://archive.is/ZtI05
  106. >Allen Weinstein, who helped draft the legislation establishing NED, was quite candid when he said in 1991: "A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA." In effect, the CIA has been laundering money through NED.
  107. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/National_Endowment_for_Democracy
  108. http://archive.is/enIe9
  109. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Carl_Gershman
  110. http://archive.is/thHtd
  111. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Allen_Weinstein
  112. http://archive.is/jA1iC
  113. http://www.sourcewatch. org/index.php/Talk:National_Endowment_for_Democracy
  114. https://web.archive.org/web/20170201090553/http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Talk:National_Endowment_for_Democracy
  115. http://www.sourcewatch. org/index.php/National_Endowment_for_Democracy:_Grants_By_Country
  116. http://archive.is/LjFJm
  117. http://www.bibliotecapleyades. net/sociopolitica/sociopol_cia11.htm
  118. http://archive.is/cyepC
  119. >This is evident from a testimony given by Ms. Louisa Coan, NED’s Program Officer for Asia, before the House Sub-committee on Asia and the Pacific on September 17,1997.
  120. >She said:
  121. >"NED has been able through its direct grants program to support the dissidents, to support the democracy movement of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, particularly through assistance to the groups along the borders in Thailand and in India, including twice daily radio programming through the Democratic Voice of Burma (author’s comment: based in Scandinavia), newsletters, underground newspaper, underground labour organizing, particular programs to foster inter-ethnic co-operation and unity among the opposition forces in support of Aung San Suu Kyi’s call for tripartite dialogue and national reconciliation."
  122. https://monthlyreview. org/2006/12/01/the-myths-of-democracy-assistance-u-s-political-intervention-in-post-soviet-eastern-europe/
  123. http://archive.is/7wh2h
  124. (Explains how the NED provides technical and tactical political assistance.)
  125. >Even when NED’s funding of Chile’s 1988 election helped bring down the Pinochet regime, the opposition parties that benefited nonetheless expressed resentment against U.S. interference.
  126. http://www.voltairenet. org/article30022.html
  127. http://archive.is/qdvmx
  128. >Following the same principle, the NED found correspondents in several allied states, NATO members or members of the former ANZUS, among them: the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (United Kingdom), the International Center for Human Rights and Democratic Development (Canada), the Fondation Jean Jaurès and the Fondation Robert Schuman (France), the International Liberal Center (Sweden) and the Alfred Mozer Foundation (Holland).
  129. http://www.voltairenet. org/article192992.html
  130. http://archive.is/nrJ06
  131. (How it works with shell organizations)
  132. (Mentions Fillion and Sarkozy connection.)
  133. Tom McMahon DNC hack was an NDI official who helped organize the French socialist primaries in 2016.
  134. https://object.cato. org/sites/cato.org/files/pubs/pdf/fpb-027.pdf
  135. (memory holed pls halp find)
  136. http://www.ned. org/dr-judy-shelton-is-new-chairman-of-national-endowment-for-democracy/
  137. http://archive.is/48eWx
  138. https://williamblum. org/chapters/rogue-state/trojan-horse-the-national-endowment-for-democracy
  139. http://archive.is/Z3TFq
  140. http://www.veteransnewsnow. com/2014/12/09/512598-dont-risk-war-with-russia/
  141. http://archive.is/EDO8Y
  142. (NED and Rusophobia)
  143. http://www.jobzilla. ng/2016/04/jobs-at-national-democratic-institute.html
  144. http://archive.is/nadcG
  145. https://www.opednews. com/populum/page.php?f=Gershman-NED-and-the-Ukr-by-Michael-Galli-NATO_NATO_Ukraine_Ukraine-Coup-150628-706.html
  146. http://archive.is/9VK3g
  147. http://mearsheimer.uchicago. edu/pdfs/Ukraine
  148. (Another PDF gone)
  149. http://journal-neo.org/2015/08/03/national-endowment-for-democracy-is-now-officially-undesirable-in-russia/
  150. http://archive.is/ap3QN
  151. https://alethonews.wordpress. com/tag/carl-gershman/
  152. http://archive.is/OUhyF
  153. http://www.ronpaullibertyreport. com/archives/ned-booted-from-russia-gershman-apoplectic
  154. http://archive.is/IlAp9
  155. http://www.realjewnews. com/?p=690
  156. http://archive.is/wgQ9O
  157. http://www.washingtontimes. com/news/2017/jan/30/firing-americas-mischief-makers/
  158. http://archive.is/nCPZU
  159. https://4emesinge. com/25-verites-sur-reporters-sans-frontieres/
  160. http://archive.is/jAFKL
  161. French language
  162. http://archive.is/O2Lmi
  163. English language archive on Reporters without Borders as a NED front.
  164. http://www.ned. org/about/how-we-work/
  165. http://archive.is/R0QFv
  166. >Cooperating with other democracy foundations
  167. >NED is working to increase international cooperation among existing democracy foundations and to encourage all established democracies to create similar institutions. In 1993 NED convened the first of several “democracy summits” among democracy foundations in the United States, Germany, Great Britain, and Canada. In addition to general information-sharing among foundations, these “summits” provide opportunities to coordinate strategy and assistance for some of the most difficult places to promote democracy, including Burma, Belarus, and Serbia. Over the past few years new foundations have been founded in France, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria, Australia, and Spain. Ireland, Taiwan, Portugal, Italy, and Japan may soon follow suit. NED’s effort to expand this network is based on the belief that democracy promotion is in the common interest of all democracies, and that globalization has made cooperation easier and more relevant than ever.
  168. >France
  169. ==1985 French Election Interference==
  170. http://www.salon. com/2012/04/07/the_ngos_that_spooked_egypt/
  171. http://archive.is/GLG0t
  172. http://www.nytimes. com/1985/12/04/us/democracy-project-facing-new-criticisms.html?scp=4&sq=%2BIrving+Brown+%2BFrance&st=nyt
  173. http://archive.is/6B6Pd
  174. http://articles.latimes. com/2012/mar/07/opinion/la-oe-meisler-prodemocracy-20120306
  175. http://archive.is/zVpzT
  176. ==2012 French Election Interference==
  177. https://wikileaks. org/cia-france-elections-2012/#Press%20Release%20(English)
  178. http://archive.is/i72Xx
  179. >The espionage order for "Non Ruling Political Parties and Candidates Strategic Election Plans" which targeted Francois Holland, Marine Le Pen and other opposition figures requires obtaining opposition parties' strategies for the election; information on internal party dynamics and rising leaders; efforts to influence and implement political decisions; support from local government officials, government elites or business elites; views of the United States; efforts to reach out to other countries, including Germany, U.K., Libya, Israel, Palestine, Syria & Cote d'Ivoire; as well as information about party and candidate funding.
  180. >Marine Le Pen
  181. http://www.ottawacitizen. com/news/national/united+states+asked+canada+help+candidates+during+2012+french/12927895/story.html
  182. http://archive.is/P30rK
  183. NED has 4 shell organizations for money laundering. Organized labor, big business, center left, and center right parties are all represented. John McCain (IRI), Madeline Albright (NDI), Thomas Donahue (CIPE), and Richard Trumka (Solidarity Center) to name a few.
  184. https://twitter. com/NEDemocracy
  185. ==National Democratic Institute for International Affairs==
  186. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/National_Democratic_Institute
  187. http://archive.is/7qZCZ
  188. https://www.ndi. org/
  189. http://archive.is/WxpaY
  190. https://twitter. com/NDI
  191. ==International Republican Institute==
  192. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/International_Republican_Institute
  193. http://archive.is/ELAvW
  194. http://www.ypfp. org/jobs/internproject-assistant-central-and-west-africa
  195. http://archive.is/y9D3J
  196. (French-English translation skills)
  197. https://twitter. com/IRIglobal
  198. http://www.iri. org/
  199. http://archive.is/M9r4J
  200. ==Solidarity Center==
  201. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Solidarity_Center
  202. http://archive.is/vIVXi
  203. https://www.solidaritycenter. org/who-we-are/board-of-trustees/
  204. http://archive.is/WoVnl
  205. https://twitter. com/SolidarityCntr
  206. ==Center for International Private Enterprise==
  207. https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Center_for_International_Private_Enterprise
  208. http://archive.is/zTzZ4
  209. https://twitter. com/cipeglobal?lang=en&lang=en
  210. http://www.cipe. org/
  211. http://archive.is/hySFz
  213. ==French NED Shell Organizations==
  214. ==Fondation Jean-Jaurès==
  215. https://jean-jaures. org/
  216. http://archive.is/kGRHE
  217. French Language
  218. http://archive.is/7ua1k
  219. English Language
  220. https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCfNDF4xXMl5L2r5GO_IdgqQ
  221. https://fr.wikipedia. org/wiki/Fondation_Jean-Jaur%C3%A8s
  222. http://archive.is/a0bw3
  223. French Language
  224. http://archive.is/B15pN#selection-2496.0-2496.3
  225. English Language
  226. >In 1998, the Jean-Jaurès Foundation was established in the 12th district of Malesherbes, in the ninth arrondissement of Paris. The building, bought by the newspaper Le Populaire in December 1936, had become the headquarters of the SFIO in 1937. It was requisitioned by the Germans under the Occupation and then taken over by the Socialist Party leadership in 1944 , Address until 1975. The Foundation is also home to the Center for Socialist Archives (CAS), which brings together the documents of the contemporary history of the Socialist Party.
  227. >In 2014, the Jean-Jaurès Foundation founded an observatory of political radicals, led by Jean-Yves Camus , with journalists, historians and sociologists such as Rudy Reichstadt , Nicolas Lebourg , Joël Gombin and Sylvain Crépon. These members deny any partisan orientation 4 .
  228. > According to the foundation's own information, its total budget in 2010 amounted to € 2,100,000, of which 80% came from various departments and ministries of the state and 2% from the socialist groups of the Parliament and the Senate.
  229. >In 2016, the Foundation received € 230,000 in funding under the institutional reserve of the Presidency of the National Assembly 8 , whose President was Claude Bartolone , as part of the parliamentary reserve .
  230. http://www.european-network-of-political-foundations. eu/en/members/fondation-jean-jaures
  231. http://archive.is/DLuYu
  232. http://www.lemonde. fr/m-actu/article/2016/05/13/la-fondation-jean-jaures-peut-elle-sauver-la-gauche_4919285_4497186.html
  233. http://archive.is/70GiB
  234. French Language
  235. http://archive.is/t70ce
  236. English Language
  237. https://twitter. com/j_jaures
  239. ==Fondation Robert-Schuman==
  240. http://www.robert-schuman. eu/en/
  241. http://archive.is/PnfTK
  242. http://www.robert-schuman. eu/fr/
  243. http://archive.is/YLcZZ
  244. https://fr.wikipedia. org/wiki/Fondation_Robert-Schuman
  245. http://archive.is/gNbf8
  246. French Language
  247. http://archive.is/4VSER
  248. English Language
  249. http://www.fondationuniversitaire. be/fr/content/fondation-robert-schuman
  250. http://archive.is/JyuHz
  251. French Language
  252. http://archive.is/Awr31
  253. English Language
  254. https://twitter. com/robert_schuman?lang=en
  256. =FJJ Admits Macron is Vulnerable==
  257. https://jean-jaures. org/nos-productions/le-paradoxe-macron
  258. http://archive.is/wCLCv
  259. French Language
  260. http://archive.is/JJ9Tx
  261. English Language
  262. > Emmanuel Macron is undoubtedly the most "pro-European" of the candidates - he is also appreciated by many of our European partners for this, his trip to Germany has demonstrated this in recent days. However, on specific issues, such as border issues (55% of French people would like to see the end of the Schengen agreements, according to Ifop) and the direction taken by the whole European project over the last few years Ifop, in 2015, indicated that 62% of the French would vote "no" in the 2005 referendum if the debate took place again), Emmanuel Macron therefore has positions a priori far from the majority of French in this field.
  263. > Asked by BVA about the factors that motivate their choice of a candidate, voters generally cite in first place "his political proposals" (49% on average). If this item is cited by 54% of the potential voters of François Fillon as Marine Le Pen, by 55% of the voters of Benoît Hamon and by 60% of the voters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, it is only quoted by 34 % Of potential voters of Emmanuel Macron. An almost equivalent proportion (33%, up two points in a week) considers it to be a "default choice" because "it is the least worst of all".
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