Over 100,000 people took to the streets of France in protest against Covid-19 restrictions and mandates, after President Macron promised to make the lives of the unvaccinated increasingly hard until they accept the jab.
France politician’s masses alike have condemned French President Emmanuel Macron’s words, and accused him of using divisive, vulgar language after he used a slang term to say he wanted to make life difficult for unvaccinated people. Three months ahead of a presidential election, opponents of Mr. Macron said his words were unworthy of a president.
MPs halted debate on a law barring the unvaccinated from much of public life. The session in the National Assembly was brought to a standstill for a second night running on Tuesday as opposition delegates complained about the president’s language, with one leading figure describing it as unworthy, irresponsible and premeditated.
Macron has recently taken reins of the EU as a president, a term that lasts for six months, this stance is one of his many actions showing unflinching loyalty to the deep state agenda and unruly desire to go up the ladder of the cult which comes with a human cost.
Ahead of a presidential election campaign in which Mr. Macron is yet to announce his intention to run, his remarks prompted a strong reaction from opposition figures. Right-wing Republicans candidate Valérie Pécresse said she was outraged that the president had accused unvaccinated people of not being citizens. Meanwhile, leftist politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon described the remarks as an astonishing confession.