french politics

Macron is describing a future that tens millions of Europeans believe means the death of the nations that give meaning to their lives.

“Together,” President Macron instructed President Trump, “we can resist the rise of aggressive nationalisms that deny our history and divide the world.”

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, deputy commander of the Aude division of France's Gendarmerie Départementale.

There will be more Arnaud Beltrames and “Mireille K”s, because there will be more Redouane Lakdims, because more and more arrive each day, because President Macron and M Collomb and their counterparts throughout Europe have decreed it must be so and can never change.

"Discontent and worry are spreading very quickly"

Furious scenes on streets of France as thousands rally against Macron.

Emmanuel Macron's reform plans are set to trigger widespread chaos in France.

Macron support collapse: Pensioners revolt with France set to grind to a halt.

Terrorism has created political unrest in Germany.

They are now admitting what is visible to the eyes of ordinary Europeans may be an admission that things have got so bad — and are so well known — that even Chancellor Merkel and the New York Times are no longer able to ignore them.

Pictured: French soldiers guard a Jewish school in Paris. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Graffiti on Jewish-owned homes warn the owners to “flee immediately” if they want to live. Anonymous letters with live bullets are dropped into mailboxes of Jews.

Pictured: Police and fire service vehicles at the site of a terrorist attack on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France, on April 20, 2017. The attacker murdered one police officer and wounded another. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

A silent war against French police and firefighters is in full swing. “2,280 firefighters were assaulted in 2016… As a result, the police are called to certain areas just to protect the firefighters.” — National Observatory of Delinquency, Radio Europe 1.

Security measures at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, France on Dec. 1.

France mobilizes 97,000 police, soldiers as security with fears of holiday terrorist attacks high.