France’s Political Turmoil 6004 Views August 10, 2022 Watch List The Saker BitChute embedding powered by embed.tube YouTube version: The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts Order Now The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA Order Now Tagged Ramin Mazaheri
I don’t think Ramin mentioned the WEF, even though Macron is a WEFer.
At what point in his career did the WEF snag Macron:?
Does this mean that Ramin thinks the WEF is not relevant to development of EU policy, such as the “green” agenda?
Is the WEF “the same” as the EU?
Is the EU the European branch of the WEF?
Is the WEF the “policy body” for the EU, kind of like the Council on Foreign Relations in the USA?
Ramin, if you are reading Saker comments, can you provide any further insight on the situ in France and the fact that Macron is a WEF Young Global Leader?
Emmanuel Macaroon! Nice touch.
I thought this interview, and Ramin’s comments, were super-interesting: on the significance of the Lisbon agreement and the new dispensation whereby national leaders in the EU are actually little more than “governors” and other insights he provided .
Th e interviewer made a point of summarizing what Ramin said, to make sure that he and listeners understood the main points. Not really necessary, but also didn’t hurt.
I am really surprised that there are so few comments here.
I hope more of the Saker community will take the time to watch this.
Wow – it is so good to see Ramin Mazaheri speaking in person, after years of admiring his many essays and commentaries.
He has so much knowledge and observation in his mind that he has that half-second pause each time to gather it into coherence, and then he delivers wonderful, cutting analysis.
Many thanks to Team Saker for publishing this, and to Ramin for existing in the world. I agree with others this is a fine interview, and while the host did talk a little more than I would have preferred (since I was hanging on Ramin’s words), he did keep the fount of knowledge clarified and placed into his audience’s perspective at each turn – so yes, a really great conversation.
Let’s have more of this :)
What is going on in France is replicated in other European countries, but perhaps not to the same level of visibility. When the European Economic Community changed to the politicized European Union in 1995, it implemented Gramsci’s Cultural Marxism and the “the long march through the institutions” (Dutschke, R, 1967), to destroy traditional culture and values. Following the chaos and anarchy, he predicted would come an authoritarian led revolution of the 99% proletariat. It didn’t happen; what took its place is the 1% authoritarian revolution.
What Ramin is now having to explain was known twenty years ago as the 99% cheered for identity politics, gay rights, legalized drugs and a multicultural society. Out of the resulting anarchy came characters like Macron and the European Union Commissioners with their minimum wage gig-economy corporate fascism. The 99% are now left scratching their heads and wondering where the promised utopia went.