French President Emmanuel Macron warned Wednesday that France faced ‘sacrifices’ in a new era marked by climate change and instability caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine that signalled ‘the end of abundance’.
Will 2022 be the ‘dark winter’ that the New World Order has been warning us was coming? Joe Biden thinks so, and Emmanuel Macron spoke like he thinks that this winter signals the ‘end of abundance’ not just for the French people, but for the global population. At the very least, what an odd thing for Macron to say, and after listening to it a few times now it comes off much more like a threat than it does as a warning. Whatever shall be, I know one thing, my King James Bible is already ahead of the New World Order, and I am not worried about them catching up any time soon.
After a summer of drought, massive wildfires and continuing loss of life in Ukraine, the 44-year-old leader delivered a stark speech at the start of the first cabinet meeting after the country’s traditional August holiday break.
“I believe that we are in the process of living through a tipping point or great upheaval. Firstly because we are living through… the end of what could seem like the end of abundance,” he said.
The speech appeared designed to prepare the country for what promises to be a difficult winter ahead, with energy prices rising sharply and many families struggling with inflation. Ahead of the six-month anniversary of Moscow’s invasion of its neighbour, Macron had vowed on Tuesday that European support for Ukraine would continue “for the long term” despite the cost and impact on incomes.