With increasing opposition to his authoritarian regime, French President Emmanuel Macron is now moving to enact legislation intended to ban Twitter in France. Under the pretext of protecting minors, the new bill effectively seeks to silence the main social media platform that has served as an uncensored source for reporting on the protests against the Macron regime largely ignored by mainstream media outlets.
Farmers, firefighters, and others joined Union workers as they marched peacefully in protest against the authoritarian regime of President Emmanuel Macron. In addition to protesting the retirement law that the government imposed by dictate, bypassing parliament, the demonstrators called for France to exit the European Union and to end French support for the war in Ukraine. The marchers also condemned police violence, which the Macron regime has escalated against its own people throughout the Spring.
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By using dictatorial powers to enact the law and bypass a vote in parliament denied the elected representatives of the French people the chance to express their views on the matter. As the reform is opposed by nearly 80% of the population, the Macron regime has clearly thumbed its nose at its own people.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán delivered his annual State of the State address on Saturday in which he told the nation that due to the escalation of the war in Ukraine and the disastrous sanctions policy pursued by the European Union, “2023 will be the most dangerous year since the fall of communism.”