new demonstration at the call of the Patriots in Paris against the EU, NATO and Macron – RT in French

At the call of the president of the Patriots Florian Philippot, a rally was held in Paris on September 17 to protest against Emmanuel Macron’s rationing policy and demand his dismissal, and more broadly against NATO and the EU.

On September 17, as for months, the president of the Patriotes Florian Philippot wanted to carry the torch of opposition to the government in the streets of Paris. Under a “Resistance” banner, “tens of thousands” of people gathered, according to the former MEP, to ask French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen “to clear”, but also to defend “freedom, peace and sovereignty”, in the words of Florian Philippot.

The leader of the Patriots takes the opportunity to call to order the French media who would like to believe that these are “holograms created by Putin”, an explicit reference to LCI which at the beginning of September had denied the very existence of one of its demonstrations reported by a Russian news channel.

As we write these lines, nearly 24 hours after the rally, it should be noted that the media mainstream reportedly did not report on the rally, and the prefecture did not issue a statement about the event.

Florian Philippot, who evokes in other tweets a “phenomenal world for [la destitution] of Emmanuel Macron, peace, the Frexit, the exit from NATO, the refusal of rationing and sanctions”, or even a “considerable crowd”.

The journalist from the Ruptly agency present on the spot for his part evaluated the mobilization at 1,500 people.

Particularly active against restrictions on freedom linked to the health context over the past two years, the Les Patriotes party now frequently mobilizes many demonstrators behind other banners: the “Frexit”, the exit from the Atlantic Alliance and a virulent criticism of the Macron presidency.


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