France

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Group.png France  
Eiffel tower police.jpg
Type nation state
Location Europe
Leader President of France

Incumbent: François Hollande
Since 15 May 2012
Subgroups • Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire
• Directorate-General for External Security
• Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure
• Direction du renseignement militaire
• Direction de la Protection et de la Sécurité de la Défense
• Unité de coordination de la lutte anti-terroriste
• Direction du Renseignement de la Préfecture de Police
• Tracfin
• Direction Nationale du Renseignement et des Enquêtes Douanières
Member of NATO, Safari Club, United Nations/Security Council

France is a large European country and former West European colonial power. It has had a fairly strong democratic tradition, but civil liberties, particularly freedom of speech have been rapidly reeled in since January 2015.

Le Cercle

Full article: Rated 5/5 Le Cercle

Le Cercle is a major international deep state milieu. Starting around 1952, a secretive series of meetings began with French/German and a select few other West European officials and deep state operatives. The group continues to operated and may have played very important coordination role. This continues to later became less Eurocentric, with alternative meetings held in USA (principally?) in Washington DC.

"War on Terror"

Full article: Rated 4/5 “War on Terror”

Fear and islamophobia are being ramped up in French society, as in the rest of Western Europe, under the influence of Operation Gladio/B style "war on terror" events. The country is rapidly becoming militarized, with thousands of soldiers stationed to "protect key sites – from synagogues to art galleries, nursery schools to mosques and Métro stations".[1]

Freedom of Speech

Full article: Freedom of speech

Freedom of speech has been rapidly curtailed after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack, with many people being jailed under a November 2014 law which enables fast tracking of sentencing people for "defending terrorism." It seems so vaguely phrased that merely questioning the official narrative might be enough, even while drunk or speaking in jest, to have people found guilty.[2] In November 2016, a teenager was found guilty of breaking "anti-terror" laws after naming his wifi network "Daesh 21".[3]

 

An event carried out

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EventDate
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011
 

Events

EventDate
2015-11 Paris attacks13 November 2015 21:16:00 - 14 November 2015 00:58:00
2016 Magnanville stabbing13 June 2016 09:00:00
Annecy shootings5 September 2012
Charlie Hebdo shooting7 January 2015 11:30:00 - 10 January 2015
Diana Princess of Wales/Death31 August 1997
Nice truck event14 July 2016
 

Groups

GroupDate
Council of Europe5 May 1949 - Present
DGSE
Interpol
OECD1961 - Present
Thales Group
 

Job here

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EventJobAppointedEndDescription
Monique Garnier-LançonAdjointe au maire19771989Security advisor? Deputy Mayor?


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