TRPR 19 – May and the NHS have trouble with their chips!

In this episode, Andrew reviews the week’s news looking at the UK elections coverage and the results of the French election along with other items of news.

Show notes

(The notes are a little sparse this week.)

The Red Pill Report episode 19.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

Andrew Looks at a number of news items

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TRPR 18 – Obama trying to influence the French election.

This is episode 18 of The Red Pill Report. This is a news only episode looking at local elections in the UK and Obama’s interference in the upcoming french election, as well as Brexit and other news.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 18.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

The best general election news so far!

The EU not the UK is blocking citizens rights

Brexit: English language ‘losing importance’ – EU’s Juncker

Air quality: Diesel scrappage scheme being considered

Morocco abolishes death penalty for apostasy from Islam

UK plans for wider internet surveillance

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MACRON LE-PEN

The new center is left wing.

So the first round of the French Presidential elections has come and gone, and round 2 will be between Macron and Le Pen, on 7 May 2017.

One of the odd things that I noticed was that Marine Le Pen is described as the far right wing candidate, while Emmanuel Macron is the Centrist candidate.

However, Emmanuel Macron has certainly a background that is socialist, and socialism is not centrist at all. Well, it did not use to be until newspeak go involved and all the old nomenclature became changed and made new.

Yes, I can understand that you might call Marine Le Pen right wing, though she is far nearer the centre than say, her father would have been. They are probably really nearer centre left and centre right than far right and centre candidates.

Another way that they have been divided or classed is nationalist vs… well, internationalist or EU supporter, but Emmanuel Macron is much more a globalist or a one world candidate. In this regard, it is interesting to note his background in Banking. Marcron has worked as an investment banker for Rothschild & Cie Banque and as such in very likely to see things from the globalist banking world perspective of the New World Order.

So France is in a battle between a big banking, globalist leftwing pro-EU candidate and a nationalist, anti-globalism and antiEU candidate. We have an interesting few weeks ahead.