France, Russia and Greece

France has a new president but plus ca change; Emmanuel Macron is another "appointee" to maintain Rothschilds' power.

Why Rothschild Wants Their Flunky Macron In France: David de Rothschild Indicted In France For Bank Fraud by Political Vel Craft (Veil Of Politics)
Emmanuel Macron can be called the most unusual [socialist] candidate for president of France. He has no real political experience. He has not been elected anywhere before.
He is not a member of any of the leading parties and the three years (2006 to 2009) in socialist ranks can be considered a formality; Macron joined them “officially” but did not pay dues and did not attended party events. [He was employed by socialist David de Rothschild]

Who is Putin's anointed successor in Russia? Who knows but Nikolai Starikov is not in the mould of Macron - he appears to be an independent thinker. His books are probably worthy of examination.

Faces of Russia: Nikolai Starikov by Anna Novikova
I still remember the day when I first heard his name. I was in my late twenties and deep into the research that changed my life. The discoveries that I made replaced everything I had known before, so imagine my astonishment at hearing someone else voice my thoughts and shape them into an engrossing read (the book I still recommend to everyone as a must-read: “Who set Hitler against Stalin”). That person was Nikolai Starikov.

Greece is an exemplar of what happens when the Rothschilds get their way and the banksters ravage and pillage a country

The Final Pillage: Greece to Surrender Gold, Real Estate, Utilities in Exchange for More Debt and Austerity by
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The article accuses Germany but Germany is no longer a sovereign country but another lever of power for Rothschilds and the Structural Elite - Who rules? Not governments but those that control them and the other levers of power.

The lesson to be learned is that we cannot rely on the state or government to deliver freedom and prosperity; we have to co-create a new political economy for ourselves. Representative government will rarely serve our best interests.

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