Although the Bastille and Versailles are safe for now, NATO tyrants and their flunkeys are once again becoming fair game.
The spirit of La Marseillaise, that greatest of all national anthems, is again infusing citizens in countries as diverse as Ukraine, Canada, England, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands, where the banners for liberté, liberté chérie are again unfurled against NATO’s “horde of slaves, traitors, plotting kings.”
In Sri Lanka, they have hunted down the sycophants, invaded their safe spaces and sent the President, the Prime Minister and their incestuous toadies packing. In Canada, truckers assailed dictator Trudeau, who took himself, his young son and his Imelda Marcos collection of socks off to grand stand in Ukraine to escape their wrath. In England, trade unionists like Mick Lynch have arisen to give voice to the legitimate grievances of Her Majesty’s long suffering subjects, those matchstick masses who never make it to the Royals‘ Wimbledon catwalk. The women and children of Ukraine’s eastern regions have had a gut full of NATO’s criminality and the farmers of the Netherlands have showered their masters in cow manure.