Macron is a mouthpiece of the Rothschilds, whereas Europe is a puppet of the US and Vatican

Summary

Emmanuel Macron’s recent interview to The Economist does not contain his personal beliefs but rather the views of the Rothschild’s oligarchic clan. The thing is Macron has Rothschild political origins, plus The Economist is a mouthpiece of the Rothschilds.

The authors of Emmanuel Macron’s recent interview to The Economist hope for Russia’s “balanced cooperation” with Europe. They want Vladimir Putin to stop counteracting NATO’s enlargement. Apparently, they want Russia to surrender in Donbas, Crimea, and elsewhere. Russia’s real interests are drifting away from Europe’s. Europe is Eurasia’s geopolitical appendix and a puppet of Washington, shadow circles of the Anglo-Saxons and the Vatican.

Disproof

This article is based on conspiracy theories about the Rothschilds' secret influence over international media and EU politicians, and about the EU being under control of the US, the so called Anglo-Saxon world, and the Vatican. It adheres to frequent propagandistic pro-Kremlin narratives about lost sovereignty and some kind of superior government led by powerful financial circles who control the world's political agenda. The referral to "The Rotschilds" is a well-known Anti-Semitic trope.

See earlier disinformation cases about the Rothschild family, including ones alleging that the Rothschild family “made” Emmanuel Macron and that Angela Merkel represents the interest of the Rothschild family. See also earlier cases alleging that Europe is occupied by the US and has limited sovereignty and that the EU is directed by Washington.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 172
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 08/11/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, US, Europe, Vatican, EU
  • Keywords: Oligarchs, Emmanuel Macron, EU/NATO enlargement, Rothschild, Deep state, Puppets, Donbas, NATO, Vladimir Putin, Conspiracy, Crimea
  • Outlet: Regnum
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