While the media dissected Trump’s first ten days, first twenty days, etc… throughout, as though this performance would be an indicator, there is a rather hushed silence regarding the first 47 days of Emanuel Macron??
Taking office as France’s new President on May 14, 2017, 47 days ago, the only accomplishments that seem to be noted include a photo-shopped photo op, a Versailles speech, and rants about Trump… – and that would seem to be the sum total. As in ‘Nada’.
The pretty boy with the pretty face is living up to his pretty expectations of doing – basically, nothing. Odd that no one finds this yawn performance unbearably gauche?
While Macron’s Cabinet is apparently attempting to create an Executive Order to ‘reform the labour market’, they are quick to qualify that this would in no way mimic the US or UK initiatives – except that they do. And when will these reforms take effect? Maybe September, maybe later, c’est la vie…
But when backed by the Rothschild family, it would be hard pressed to lose, by the blood, sweat and tears of his “Christ-like walking on water” visage as portrayed by The Economist, a Rothschild media baby.
So why would a man who does little but spend 47 days taking a picture of himself have any beef with Trump? Because that’s the Driven Line by the left/liberals. Period. They can’t talk about what a great job they are doing, instead they deflect to a negative and join the proverbial Bandwagon of boring, lifeless snails.
Imagine if even half the effort that is displaced on denigrating Trump was redirected toward actually something positive and progressive…? Remember that word? That was Hillary’s new platform – except that she couldn’t define it because no one had bothered to tell her what it comprised.
Liberals tend to talk a lot about how bad other politicians are, while ignoring their own failed economy.
The French government has run a budget deficit every single year since the 1970’s. As of 2012, the debt level had reached 91% of GDP, despite the fact that according to the EU ‘rules’ that number should never exceed 60%. So much for ‘Rules”. Their credit rating was downgraded twice in the last four years, and according to economist, Paul Krugman, the reason the French labour output is so much less than the US is because the French work less. They have what is labeled a “chronic unemployment rate’ at 11%, and a stagnant economy, despite their former Economics Minister – Emanuel Macron.
So what will Macron do differently as President that he didn’t do while Economics Minister? Probably nothing.
Although photo shots and Parades, do make for nice headlines… And what is The Economist all a buzz about with the advent of their newly anointed King Macron? Why, nothing, nothing at all, because he has done – nothing, nothing at all.
But they are seriously attempting to continue their adamant derailment of Trump. Why? Because his actions make everyone else look – well – inactive.