Mister mommy issues himself, Emmanuel Macron seems to have gotten himself into some serious hot water just one day away from the French presidential election, where the polls claim to be swinging to a stunning defeat for the “Trumpesque” Marine Le Pen. Maybe the same way Hillary Clinton had a 93% chance to beat Donald Trump only two days away from the 2016 US presidential election?
Since we all know globalists always seem to get themselves embroidered into all kinds of shady deals when it comes to the law, especially the tax law. According to the hackers “4Chan” Macron has been very generous with other people’s money, but when it comes to him, well, you know, typical Liberal policy, “Do as I say, not as I do!”
Yesterday 4Chan dumped enough documents to end Macron’s political career. Documents leaked online today seem to point to the fact that Macron entered into an operating agreement for a Limited Liability Company or LLC in of all places, the tax haven that is the Caribbean island of Nevis.
Documents go on to claim that he has also done business with a bank previously involved in tax evasion cases originating from the Cayman Islands. Macron just recently claimed he wasn’t concealing any assets or holding any secret offshore accounts. But we all know how globalists are, don’t we?
And it seems the 15-year-old who married his child molesting 40-year-old teacher is now threatening to sue Le Pen for calling all this to the attention of the French people during the last presidential debate.
The UK Daily Mail Reports:
Presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron has filed a legal complaint after his far-right rival Marine Le Pen accused him of holding money in a tax haven.
The 39-year-old ex-economy minister described his rival’s insinuation as ‘defamation’ and after his complaint, French prosecutors launched a probe Thursday into who started the rumour.
Macron’s campaign team called it a ‘textbook case’ of ‘fake news’, saying it was spread on Twitter by accounts close to Kremlin-friendly news sites like Sputnik and RT as well as supporters of US President Donald Trump.
Miss Le Pen, 48, later admitted to French television channel BFMTV that she had no evidence to back up her comments but had read about the allegations. It came after fake documents purporting to relate to overseas bank accounts were shared on social media.
After accusing the Front National (FN) candidate of ‘defamation’ on live television on Wednesday night, Mr Macron, 39, filed a complaint with the state prosecutor about the rumours, claiming that an online ‘fake news’ campaign had been mounted to influence voting.
He said Miss Le Pen was behind the rumours, telling French radio: ‘She has an internet army mobilising’, adding that she had spread ‘false information and lies’.
He also said some of the sites spreading the allegations were ‘linked to Russian interests’.
An aide for Mr Macron said the party would sue for defamation if the false allegations were repeated.
The dramatic twist came after 15 million viewers tuned in to a two and a half hour debate which was widely regarded as the most brutal in French political history and likened to the standoff between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
French media described ‘unprecedented brutality’ and said the showdown had ‘descended into chaos’.
But despite the vicious attacks on Mr Macron, many believed he had won the debate with a snap poll by Elabe for BFMTV finding that 63 per cent saw him as the clear victor.
What makes all this even more sinister is how the French Government is colluding and conspiring against the French people by actually taking the steps to block them from accessing the 4Chan document drop.
Analysis of the documents:
I am an auditor with over 2 decades of experience in one of the Big Three accounting firms. I have extensive experience examining large corporations that have subsidiaries around the world, including in tax havens, such as the Cayman Islands. In the course of my career, I have uncovered cases of embezzlement, fraud, and tax evasion. I have also uncovered falsified documents. I was asked by an investigative reporter to confirm the authenticity of the documents linked to Emmanuel Macron below, and since these documents have been made public I am now releasing my findings. It is broken down by each element and in order from the creation of the parent company to bank account in the tax haven. It concludes with my recommendation that the French government obtain a warrant to conduct further investigations into Emmanuel Macron’s financial activities.
La Providence LLC Operating Agreement
Starting from the beginning of this structure, the LLC Operating Agreement creates the parent company and it contains Macron’s signature.
The famous signature of Emmanuel Macron associated with his campaign is the product of a graphic designer inspired by, but not copying his signature. There are three variations of Emmanuel Macron’s signature between books and posters he signed for fans and government documents that were destined to be made public.
The signature on his Wikipedia page comes from his controversial and widely disputed wealth disclosure to the government made this year as part of his official filings to be a candidate. It in fact has no relation to the example above, the example below, or even to his name itself. If he in fact knowingly hid wealth, it is possible that he did not sign the document himself to limit his liability for perjury.
Finally, there are samples of his signature that match the one found on the Operating Agreement. These match signatures that he made on books and posters and even other official documents.
In my opinion, there is no reason to assume these documents are fake. If I was hired by the French government to inspect these documents, I would recommend that government investigators obtain a warrant to carry out further investigation into Emmanuel Macrons personal papers and correspondences, both written and digital.
To see full examination of docs visit here.
So much for freedom, I guess only Muslims have freedom to rape and kill there, but the moment real French citizens want to read a document that could affect their future. That’s a no-no in a globalist land. Time for the French people to take their country back!