Media Gives Yellow Vest Movement The ‘Deplorable’ Treatment To Protect Globalist Elitist Leaders – MSM Colludes On A Narrative To Smear Protesters
Media Gives Yellow Vest Movement The ‘Deplorable’ Treatment To Protect Globalist Elitist Leaders – MSM Colludes On A Narrative To Smear Protesters By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
Conservatives and Trump supporters in America are very aware of how the media has painted them all as some sort of racist, homophobic, Islamophobic, (insert all the other labels here) ‘Deplorables,” and how well they have brainwashed and programmed liberals across the nation into believing that narrative to the point where loony liberals are physically attacking people that wear Maga hats, or other Trump supportive apparrel.
Now they have turned their attention to the Yellow Vest movement, which just carried out their 15th weekend set of protests across France, against the globalist President Emmanuel Macron, by trying to paint the “movement” as anti-Semitic because a small group of protesters verbally attacked prominent French philosopher, Alain Finkielkraut, which was caught on video.
MEDIA PUSHING THE SAME NARRATIVE
While I have pulled up numerous articles all pushing the same messages, I’ll use a BBC artice from February 19th as an example of the narrative the media is trying to program into the minds of their audience.
The BBC headlines their piece with “Gilets jaunes: How much anti-Semitism is beneath the yellow vests?” Then comes the “narrative” push:
The French far-right leader, Marine Le Pen, has said she won’t join other political parties in a march against anti-Semitism on Tuesday, accusing France’s leaders of doing nothing to tackle Islamist networks in France and saying she will mark the occasion separately.
It comes days after a prominent French philosopher, Alain Finkielkraut, was verbally attacked for being Jewish as he walked past the weekly “gilets jaunes” (yellow-vest) protests in Paris.
A small group of protesters shouted a barrage of abuse at him as he passed by the demonstration on his way home from lunch on Saturday, calling him a “dirty Zionist” and telling him to “go back to Tel Aviv“.
“I felt an absolute hatred,” Mr Finkielkraut told one French newspaper later that night. “If the police hadn’t been there, I would have been frightened.”
A few days before that, official data suggested there had been a 74% rise in anti-Semitic attacks in France last year.
Notice how they tie in one incident to associate the protests with the rise in anti-Semitic attacks over the course of the last year, while ignoring the fact that the rise in those attacks coincide perfectly with the rise of France’s Muslim population, many of which are Islamic extremists that want Israel wiped off the map.
According to France’s The Local, “Between mid-2010 and mid-2016, France received more than half a million Muslim migrants.” That same report shows that in addition to those half a million Muslim migrants, France also accepted 80,000 refugees.
There has also been a rise in anti-Semitic attacks in Germany and Britain, both countries that have seen a record influx of migrants over the past years.
The BBC report is representative of how other media outlets are framing the narrative, by attempting to connect the rise of anti-Semitic attacks with the Yellow Vest movement, despite the fact that out of tens of thousands of protesters that hit the streets of in France over the course of the last 15 weeks, specific anti-Semitic incidents that have occurred during those weekend protests have been limited to a very small group within the Yellow Vest movement.
Here are just a few examples found on page one of the search results, showing the media pushing the same narrative: