The pendulum is swinging back toward freedom and independence, even in Europe. The British Brexit was a great victory for the emerging trend of independence and now the French president is suggesting that France could be following in Britain’s footsteps.
French president Emmanuel Macron has made a shock admission that the French public would “probably” vote to leave the European Union if given the chance in a referendum.
The globalist poster boy made the comments during an interview with BBC presenter Andrew Marr.
“You always take a risk when you have such a referendum, just ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ in a very complicated broadcast,” he told the broadcaster.
“If France had had a referendum it might have had the same result,” suggested Marr.
“Yeah, probably,” admitted the president — to the surprise of many observers.
The 40-year-old appeared to catch himself as soon as the words were out of his mouth, however, adding quickly: “Probably, in a similar context, but our context was very different, so I don’t want to make any, I mean, take any bets.”
He assured Marr that, in the event of a French referendum, he “would have fought very hard to win [for the European Union].”
Those poor European socialist leaders might just have to loosen their grip and control over the people. It sounds like freedom is pretty popular.