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BREAKING: French President Macron wants to turn France’s “state of emergency” into a permanent reality.

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France was first put into a state of emergency on November 13, 2015, after an attack in Paris killed 130 people. French activists and lawyers are warning that a new bill will make the country stay in a permanent state of emergency, effectively making all of the measures that are put in place during a state of emergency the permanent law of the land.

“They tell us we’re ending the state of emergency, but they are actually making it eternal. It’s an intellectual scam,” Marie-Jane Ody, vice president of a prominent union representing judges, told French newspaper Le Figaro.

“Imagine a fascist-like group rises to power. All the legal instruments would be in place to commit abuses,” Ody added.

“These measures would trample individual and shared liberties and would lead us toward an authoritarian state,” the League said in a statement on its website. “Far from relating only to terrorist acts, these measures would be applied to a wide range of offences. Anyone could become a victim of arbitrary decisions.”

Le Monde reported that the new bill would be presented at a government cabinet meeting on June 21, three days after legislative elections which Macron’s political party is expected to win by a landslide.


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Oh you bet he wants to!  Like the good little Illuminati NWO boy he is; just don't ever ask him to address the cause of the problem (which he is a part of.)

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