Kirjoittaja Aihe: FRANCE - FROM PSEUDO-DEMOCRACY TO DICTATORSHIP.  (Luettu 521 kertaa)

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« : Helmikuu 22, 2016, 07:28:28 ip »
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  • The French “Patriot Act”: Why is France Extending Its State of Emergency? From Pseudo-Democracy to Dictatorship

    Clamping Down on Freedom of Expression

    President Francois Hollande, whose legitimacy stems from nothing but a fraudulent multiparty electoral system, has repeatedly abused his authority since taking office in 2012 by waging illegal  wars in foreign countries (i.e., Mali, Syria) without consulting his electors. [1]

    He recently  failed to confer with them when his Socialist government responded to last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris by adopting Orwellian domestic policies – policies that have allowed the Hollande administration to spy on citizens, block websites containing “terrorist related content”, strip convicted “terrorists” of French citizenship, and criminalize activism against Israeli occupation.[2]

    These policies prevent the spread of information which may expose the government’s criminal activities. We should note, here, that the state of emergency greatly facilitates political corruption. [3]

    To put it briefly, the state of emergency law turns France into a totalitarian police state which can act for a maximum period of 12 days without requiring judicial oversight or search warrants. Given France’s compliance with Zionist interests, it is not surprising that Human Rights Watch recently exposed the French government’s “abusive and discriminatory raids and house arrests against Muslims under its sweeping new state of emergency law.” This discrimination is not coming to an end any time soon, for Hollande’s administration just voted in favor of extending its state of emergency for three months.



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