RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – (Opinion) Because it would be so terribly hot, France bans outdoor events. Apparently, people are no longer allowed to think and decide for themselves but need the wise and good state to tell them whether they can go outside.
In France, WEF Young Global Leader Emmanuel Macron was recently confirmed as president in a supposedly fair and democratic vote. Undeterred, he continues with the Klaus Schwab globalist agenda.
In parts of France, temperatures are measured at around 40 degrees Celsius. That’s enough to patronize citizens, who apparently don’t know when they can and can’t go outdoors without the help of President Macron, who is loyal to the World Economic Forum WEF. Macron knows best.
All of this, of course, is part of the climate change agenda, which claims, based on alleged “majority” science, that man-made climate change threatens our existence. The unscientific and undemocratic process of not allowing criticism or counter-opinion is similar to the authoritarian process of approving and distributing Covid injections.
Conveniently, the celebrations of June 18 are also banned, an important French holiday commemorating the resistance against Hitler’s Germany.
The Appeal of June 18 (French: L’Appel du 18 juin) was the first speech of Charles de Gaulle after his arrival in London in 1940 after the Battle of France. Broadcast by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio services to Vichy France, it is often considered the beginning of the French resistance to World War II.
It is considered one of the most important speeches in French history. However, resistance is no longer foreseen in the madness of the 21st century, so it is unceremoniously canceled because of too much heat.
“It is all about people’s health,” official bodies justify the measure. This phrase must have been well-rehearsed in the past 2.5 years. Maybe soon there will be lockdowns so that no one will die in traffic. Anything seems possible.
We suggest not to believe the mainstream lies of “unachieved” summer temperatures. The European heat record was reached in Athens on July 10, 1977 – at 48 degrees Celsius.
France is certainly known for hot summers. On June 28, 2019, 45.9 degrees was recorded in Gallargues-le-Montueux in the southern department of Gard.
We recommend simply ignoring when some self-proclaimed “expert” wants to make you believe that we are in for the hottest summer ever. Just like every year since climate alarmism came into fashion.