After Inflicting Weather Tax on Working Class, Macron Claims to be a Man of the People

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 26, 2019

Macron is an absolute caricature of an elitist.

And the entire weather tax thing really exemplified that.

Firstly, believing in global warming hoax, and the idea that the real threat is the weather changing because of some voodoo graph, marks you as an entitled, self-righteous brat. Normal people do not have time to think about something so disconnected from basic reality as the idea that driving cars is changing the weather. They have actual real life problems to think about.

Secondly, Macron attempted to change the weather by exacting a tax from the working class. He didn’t go tell multinational corporations to give him money to stop the weather from changing, he attempted to excise the fee he needs to change the weather from people who spend a significant portion of their income on gasoline to drive to work.

He is also literally a pawn of Jew bankers, spent his entire life working with Jew bankers.


As France braced for the 11th week of the Yellow Vest protests, President Emmanuel Macron said that he is not a ‘man of the elite’ as his critics claim. Yet, people told RT he can’t relate to the struggles of ordinary citizens.

In an apparent effort to brush aside the label ‘president of the rich’, President Macron decided to reaffirm that he is a ‘man of the people’.

“I’m not an heir,” the president said on Thursday.

“If I had been born with a silver spoon in my mouth, or the son of a politician, you could have a go at me. But that’s not the case.”

He made the remarks in the town of Bourg-de-Peage during the third round of ‘national debates’, a series of town hall-like events the authorities hope will help to foster compromise with the Yellow Vest protesters and other critics of the government. Some, however, find it hard to buy Macron’s ‘I’m one of you’ message.

“He obviously doesn’t come from lower-income brackets like some of us do,” a woman told RT on the streets of Paris.

“He can’t understand the everyday problems of French people living on minimum wage,” another Parisian said.

“But it’s not really important what he says now. His future actions will define his presidency.”

Not exactly a man of humble upbringing, Macron comes from a well-off family. Prior to first joining the government as minister of economy and finance, he was an investment banker with Rothschild & Cie Banque.

“He studied in elite schools, as aristocrats do. He was ‘made’ there. The French elite is created this way,” a man told RT.

Even if the president is right about not being born into the elite, his milieu most certainly was, another said.

“Throughout his career Macron has networked with people who were born with silver spoons in their mouths. I think he is more a president for the rich. He is a ‘puppet’ of the big banks.”

In the eyes of his critics, Macron well deserves the ‘president of the rich’ tag after scrapping the wealth tax, claiming it will prevent capital flight and boost the French economy.

Yeah, I mean – he was the son of a doctor and a university professor and he attended an elite private high school and then an elite Jesuit university then went into Rothschild banking swindles.

I’m not really sure what the difference between that life story and the life story of a politician’s son is. Either he or the ultra-rich son of someone from the ruling class had the same basic life experience.

I’m not even against people being rich or whatever. I’m against kike bankers. But people being from “elite families” is not even the issue. There are plenty of people historically who were born into elite families who didn’t go off and tax working people based on some voodoo weather theory.

Historically, elites felt a responsibility to take care of the people.

Point being: it’s a stupid way to try and push back to being called the president of the rich. It’s goofy and childish to claim that because your parents were not super-rich that you can’t be serving the super-rich.

As one of the people in the video says: it really just matters what he does as president. That is what people are judging him on. So his decision to start bringing up “silver spoon” memes just shows that he doesn’t have any type of coherent response to the fact that he is forcing austerity on the people of France in the name of the international banking elite.