‘Great Upheaval’: WEF Young Global Leader Macron Warns of ‘End of Abundance’ For Common People

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World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a dark speech on Wednesday at the first cabinet meeting following the summer break, warning that common people must prepare for a “great upheaval” and the “end of abundance.”

“I believe that we are in the process of living through a tipping point or great upheaval. Firstly because we are living through… what could seem like the end of abundance,” said Macron, a former Rothschild banker, from his gold-plated seat in a gold-plated room in his literal palace.

“Freedom has a cost,” Macron said, urging common people to accept the severely restricted future as endorsed by the elitist ideology of Klaus Schwab’s WEF. “The battles we have to fight … will only be won through our efforts.”

Klaus Schwab has repeatedly bragged about the WEF’s ability to “penetrate governments” and it appears the French parliament has been completely sold-out to the Davos elite.

Even the opposition party in France are singing from the same hymn sheet as Macron.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZuWhF7ejHA

Philippe Gosselin, a lawmaker from the opposition Conservative Les Républicains party, agreed with Macron and said the government needs to press ahead with the proposed reforms.

“It’s back to reality,” Gosselin told Reuters.

Government spokesman Olivier Véran said that the cap on energy prices – which has helped households cope with soaring inflation – can not continue “indefinitely”. In short, households are about to face increased costs on top of the already soaring inflation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFszbyNpZEU
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