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Old 26-07-2018, 10:05 AM   #1
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Default Macron’s bodyguard beats up protesters

On 1 May 2018, senior security aide to French President Emmanuel Macron since 2016, 26-year-old Alexandre Benalla, dressed up in riot gear to "lend a hand" to the police in beating up protesters against Macron in Paris.
Benalla was caught on camera attacking 2 peaceful protesters. See him throwing one of them on the ground.


After the video of Benalla beating up protesters was put on the internet, Macron's office director Patrick Strzoda notified Benalla in a letter that he is suspended from May 4 to May 19 (15 days), for his “manifestly inappropriate behavior” on 1 May:
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Your behaviour causes harm to the exemplary character expected, in all circumstances, of agents of the French presidency.
After his 15 day suspension, Benalla was repeatedly seen “guarding” President Macron, for example on 14 July at the Bastille Day military parade in Paris (with glasses).


On 18 July, Le Monde exposed Benalla as the helmeted man assaulting 2 protesters in the video. Another employee of Macron, Vincent Crase, was also part of the group that assaulted the protesters on 1 May.
Benalla asked the police to send him the video footage, the 3 cops that sent him the videos have been suspended. Benalla, Crase and the 3 cops are placed under “formal investigation”.

On 20 July, the Élysée announces it will fire Benalla, based on “new information” (that couldn’t be denied anymore): http://www.france24.com/en/20180724-...iament-inquiry


According to French law, Presidential officials should have notified prosecutors about Benalla committing a crime.

Alexandre Benalla was even involved in the celebration for France’s football World Cup win. See him in the driver cabin on the left of the bus driving France’s football team on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, 16 July.


Maybe the most stunning news is that Benalla was given a luxurious apartment in a chic part of Paris earlier this month: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2018/07/a...on-riot-police


Interior minister Gérard Collomb and prefect of police Michel Delpuech told MPs that Benalla’s superiors at the Élysée were responsible for reporting his actions under France’s penal code.
Collomb said that he believed that the 15-day-suspension was “appropriate”. Only after the public outrage after Le Monde exposed Benalla he considered taking graver action.

Director of public order of the Paris police prefecture, Alain Gibelin, told the hearing that Benalla had attended working meetings between police and Elysée security teams between 2 and 18 May (during which time he was supposed to be suspended from his post): https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...otester-attack


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Old 28-07-2018, 04:06 PM   #2
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Emmanuel Macron confirmed that he was fully aware of the 15-day suspension for beating up peaceful protesters, Macron said:
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It is me who trusted Alexandre Benalla, it is me who confirmed the punishment.
Opposition parties have called the parliamentary “investigation” of this scandal a “charade”.

The following picture shows Alexandre Benalla holding a proteser next to another Macron aide Vincent Crase (to his left), May 1.


Benalla has been involved in the security of leaders of the French socialist party since 2011 and he was an adviser to Macron’s campaign.
Benalla has admitted that he was “extremely stupid” but was “only helping police neutralize two violent protesters”.
I haven’t seen any evidence that these protesters were “violent“…

The 40-years-old Emmanuel Macron married the paedophile Brigitte in 2007. Brigitte is more than 24-year his senior; she seduced him when Macron was only 15 and she was his teacher at school.
Her daughter was only 9 at the time: https://heavy.com/news/2018/07/alexa...lla-alexander/


Replying to the rumours that Macron was in a gay relationship with his bodyguard, Macron replied: “Benalla has never been my lover!”.

Macron has earlier this year denied that he had a gay love affair with CEO of Radio France, Mathieu Gallet. There were rumours that a paparazzi photographer had taken salacious pictures of Macron with Gallet in a forest: https://www.queerty.com/french-presi...lover-20180727


Benalla’s father was a Moroccan. He changed his first name to the “French sounding” Alexandre (I don’t know what it was…).
Benalla had a luxury house in Paris, a car with a chauffeur, a nice salary, a gun, and even accreditation to the National Assembly. Benalla also had “secret défense” security clearance, so he could read about highly classified military “secrets”.

Reportedly Macron wanted Benalla to set up a French “secret service” like in the US which would be exclusively responsible for presidential security.

Benalla’s associate, the lawyer Karim Achoui, has been linked to Islamic radicals and says Benalla is “very sensitive to the Muslim cause”.

It has been stated that Benalla is close to the Masonic lodges Grand Orient and Emir Abdel Kader, the second of which was founded to connect Freemasonry and Islam: https://diversitymachtfrei.wordpress...folks-for-fun/
(archived here: http://archive.is/L0FRY)
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Old 11-12-2018, 03:22 PM   #3
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It looks like protests have broken out against Macron: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthre...=323290&page=5

I don’t think that these protesters can succeed in anything as they don’t have a clue what they’re protesting against...
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While the Yellow vests, who don´t have a clue what they´re protesting for, some more information on French President Emmanuel Macron’s former bodyguard, the freemason Alexandre Benalla, has been published.

Alexandre Benalla was issued a diplomatic passport on 24 May 2018, after he was fired as a personal aide to Macron when he was caught beating up peaceful protesters in Paris on May 1.
The diplomatic passport allows him to easily pass borders and gives legal immunity from prosecution.
This contradicts the French government’s recent claim that Benalla is not “an official or official emissary” of France.

In recent weeks, Benalla has travelled to some African countries and Israel. Weeks before Emmanuel Macron arrived in Chad to visit troops on 22 December, Benalla had already arrived to meet President Idriss Déby and his brother Oumar Déby: https://www.rt.com/news/447539-benal...passport-chad/
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Alexandre Benalla, the disgraced former bodyguard of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been placed in custody during a probe on using diplomatic passports after resigning from the Élysée Palace.

Macron's chief of staff, Patrick Strzoda, told the Senate Law Commission on Wednesday that Alexandre Benalla used the diplomatic passports 20 times between 1 August and 31 December 2018.
Strzoda also said Benalla had used a fake document with the letterhead of the President's chief of staff to request his second service passport.

Benalla said on 30 December that he had returned his diplomatic passports to the Elysée Palace in August but they were given back to him at the beginning of October by "a member of the presidency".
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Since they were given back to me, I did not see any reason not to use them.
I may have been wrong to use these passports. But I did it only for personal comfort, to make it easier for me to travel in airports. I did not use them for my business, and I do not see what they could have done for me.
Benalla said on 31 December that he had regular contact with President Macron on current affairs, like the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vest protests):
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They cannot deny it. It will be very hard to do because all these exchanges are on my mobile phone.
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/17/e...ntl/index.html
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do you think this benalla guy is more than just a goon?
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do you think this benalla guy is more than just a goon?
I wouldn´t be interested in Alex Benalla if it wasn´t for his connections to former Rothschild banker Macron...

What doesn´t add up, if we take the narrative that he´s just some sort of simple cop, who "coincidentally" wound up working for the French president, is that he didn´t get punished for beating up protesters, and could even keep his diplomatic passport.
And Benalla is a freemason!
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I wouldn´t be interested in Alex Benalla if it wasn´t for his connections to former Rothschild banker Macron...

What doesn´t add up, if we take the narrative that he´s just some sort of simple cop, who "coincidentally" wound up working for the French president, is that he didn´t get punished for beating up protesters, and could even keep his diplomatic passport.
And Benalla is a freemason!
hmm and from what you are saying he has travelled to israel and other places as if he is acting as a go-between for macron and other conspirators...
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hmm and from what you are saying he has travelled to israel and other places as if he is acting as a go-between for macron and other conspirators...
That's the impression I got from reading reports on his activities. He was/is Macrons Mr fix it in diplomatic matters handled behind the scenes. Especially where Israel is concerned it would appear.
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hmm and from what you are saying he has travelled to israel and other places as if he is acting as a go-between for macron and other conspirators...
That's the impression I got from reading reports on his activities. He was/is Macrons Mr fix it in diplomatic matters handled behind the scenes. Especially where Israel is concerned it would appear.
Please don't tell the Yellow vests!
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Macron is a shithouse cut from the same cloth as Blair. He is a weak-looking individual and his policies, if you can call them that, are those fed to him by bankers and international financiers. Say what you like about Charles De Gaulle, but he would never take any action as a stateman that would harm the interests of the French people. That earned him a lot of enemies, especially after Algeria gained independence, but he stuck to his guns. Macron's backbone, if he has one, must resemble a paper drinking straw.
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Macron's backbone, if he has one, must resemble a paper drinking straw.
Marionettes don't have backbones they just have strings people behind the scenes pull
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Macron is a shithouse cut from the same cloth as Blair.
Justin trudeaus another one

just slimey, slimey fuckers
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