Emmanuel Macron is facing raging protests and has been dubbed “the trashbin of history.”


Emmanuel Macron is facing furious protests and has been dubbed the “Dustbin of History.”

On Saturday, mass protests erupted in Paris against EMMANUEL MACRON’s recent remarks about the country’s unvaccinated.

On Friday, the French President stated that he stood by his earlier remarks that he wanted to “p*** off” the five million French people who are still unvaccinated against COVID-19, and that it was his responsibility to raise the alarm due to the Omicron threat.

He went on to say that it was the authorities’ responsibility to impose restrictions on those who had not been vaccinated in order to protect the more than 90% of French citizens who had been vaccinated.

Due to the high contagiousness of the new Omicron coronavirus variant, France is reporting over 200,000 new COVID-19 cases per day on average, an all-time high.

On Saturday, however, mass protests organized and backed by Les Patriotes leader Florian Philippot erupted in response to Mr Macron’s remarks.

“It’s already packed and people are pouring in from everywhere,” Mr Philippot wrote alongside photos of crowds in the French capital.

“The ‘thousands in the street’ demonstration on January 8th has already surpassed the demonstration on July 17th by a large margin!

“Macron and his filthy words will be consigned to history’s dustbins!”

“Long live Liberty! Long live a free France!”

According to Professor Alain Fischer, the official in charge of France’s COVID vaccine strategy, the current COVID-19 wave engulfing the country could reach its peak in about ten days.

“I believe we are approaching the apex of this new wave,” Fischer told LCI TV, adding that the apex could occur “primarily towards the beginning of the second fortnight of January, so if we work it out, this would be in around 10 days.”

On Thursday, France reported 261,481 new coronavirus infections, down from a high of more than 332,000 on Wednesday, but the seven-day moving average of new cases surpassed 200,000 for the first time since the outbreak began.

In an attack on the Scottish lockdown, Sturgeon has been likened to Hirohito.

The French Ministry of Health also reported 204 new deaths, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths to over 125,000.

Macron is betting that enough people will get COVID vaccine booster shots to help mitigate the virus’s effects, allowing him to avoid imposing major new restrictions to combat the pandemic.

Macron’s plans for a vaccine pass to help stop the spread of the Omicron variant were approved by France’s parliament on Thursday.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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