Meloni Skewers the French Govt Over Hypocritical Stance Toward African Migrants

ER Editor: As Celia Farber notes in her update below, Giorgia Meloni is not clean. Italian journalist Cesare Sacchetti has pointed out her membership of the Rockefeller-led Aspen Institute. But still, as Farber also notes, it’s important for Meloni to have raised the topic of France’s (and the West’s) exploitation of African countries, as well as their conveniently sympathetic stance toward illegals coming in from Africa.

There has recently been a spat between Italy and France over a boatload of African illegals that Italy refused to take in, except for fragile categories such as pregnant women or the sick. Meloni stuck to her guns, and offers a short analysis of the problem in the video below at France’s expense. It’s more than justified.

She reminds us of the ‘colonial money’ that France has ‘printed’ – the CFA, which she holds up – the franc (not euro) that France orders its (former) colonies to use. This looks to be a complicated historical topic, but France has done almost as much colonisation of African nations as the British did. Thus the currency these African nations could use and ITS ARBITRARY VALUE, set very low, determined their poverty. As Meloni points out in the video, Burkina Faso for example is a wealthy country with a lot of gold. In fact, Africa is a vast continent of valuable natural resources. So the colonial masters set up their own HIGHLY DEVALUED currency. If we check the value of the CFA today, it is this (there are 2 types of CFA francs depending on the African country):

Both CFA francs have a fixed exchange rate to the euro: 100 CFA francs = 1 French franc = €0.152449; or €1 = F 6.55957 = F.CFA 655.957 exactly.

Checking Google today, the value of a CFA franc to the dollar is .0016 dollars. Could this be valued any lower? How do they afford exports? How do they buy anything? Any relatively wealthy foreigner can just come in and buy up their stuff, which is of course the idea. This is a guarantee of dependency and poverty. Meloni is right to suggest that the Burkina Faso people be allowed to live off what they have. Which is the value of their gold deposits, for example. Then emigration from these poor nations wouldn’t be necessary.

She also notes that 50% of what Burkina Faso exports goes into French government coffers. We remind readers that France is under a Rothschild central bank which every French citizen (on the mainland and elsewhere) pays into heavily. Like everywhere, the French themselves work for the Rothschilds. Only their currency is allowed to have a higher value.

That Meloni would even come out and say this leads us to suspect that some sort of sea change is under way at high levels. Somehow it is now safe to say this sort of thing.


See what Dr. Paul Alexander has to say on this topic: Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, this is why you got to admire & love this lady, slamming France & Europe’s filthy oligarchs who pimp off & live off & rape poor nations, fattening themselves;


Giorgia Meloni Thunderously Exposes France’s Exploits Of 14 African Nations Through Plunder Of Their Gold Mines Where Children Are Used For Labor

Update: I Am Reminded Since Posting She Is WEF And Voted For Vaxx Passports. I still think what she says is critical 

This is not a “BAM,” in my opinion. It’s way bigger and more profound.

The lie of the “anti-immigration” movement of Europe is that it is “far-right” and that lie had been an excellent chokehold for the dishonest, predatory elites. Those who have raped Africa for centuries and continue to do so, in the name of Global Aid. And child trafficking. And human trafficking. And a multitude of sins.





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