Emmanuel Macron the Oedipus of World Politics
The story of Oedipus is the subject of Sophocles’ tragedy Oedipus Rex, which was followed by Oedipus at Colonus and then Antigone. Together, these plays make up Sophocles’ three Theban plays. Oedipus represents two enduring themes of Greek myth and drama: the flawed nature of humanity and an individual’s role in the course of destiny in a harsh universe.
The flawed nature of Emmanuel Macron will allow the EU to dominate France, changing what was a Nation and Culture in to a faceless state without any self determination.
Macron is an open border, socialist who will bend without resistance to the will of the EU.
Macron is not only a weak character, he is beholden to the powers in the EU that are the promoters of Cultural Marxism and Socialism, should he win, it will spell the end of France and open the door to the EU changing Europe forever.
While mainstream media is heaping praise on Emmanuel Macron many people feel his behavior during and after the debate shows him for what he is, a Spoiled Brat.
He is so bad, so liberal and so socialistic he even earned the praise of the worst President in America’s history,Barack Obama.
Barack Obama endorsed the flip-flopping socialist candidate Emmanuel Macron for France’s presidential election on Sunday in a video message in which he praised Macron for appealing “to people’s hopes and not their fears.”
Macron made some super dumb leftist statements during the proceedings including this whopper:
“Mr. Putin has put several conflicts on the table – the Ukrainian conflict – which we must deescalate, and in the conflict in Syria, Russia is part of the solution,” Macron said, while promising that he would not cave in to the demands of the Russian president.
“I will not accept that my behavior be dictated by Mr. Putin. We will not submit to Russia or Mr. Putin’s values,” he stressed, accusing Le Pen for acting at the behest of the Russian president.
Putin has absolutely nothing to do with anything French, and the French have absolutely nothing to do with the Ukraine. Clearly this is rhetoric that continues on from Hillary Clinton’s nonsense that the Russians stole her Presidency.
France’s ‘Liberation’ newspaper has called on voters to cast their ballots for Emmanuel Macron on the cover of its pre-election day edition. The move has been criticized on social media, with some users blasting the decision a sign of ‘no more democracy’.
The cover of the paper’s weekend edition, which comes just as the pre-election ban on reporting came into effect on midnight Saturday, reads: “Do what you want but vote for Macron.”
Social Media users suggested that Liberation’s headline was democracy “according to the left.”
Sunday’s election will in any case far from spell the end of the battle between mainstream and more radical policies in France, with parliamentary elections next month equally crucial.
Once the presidential ballot is over, attention will immediately switch to whether the winner will be able to count on a parliamentary majority. The first poll on the parliamentary election, published this week, showed that was within reach for Macron, a terrifying prospect for the French.
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