Crimes against humanity being prepared in the name of France |
Letter to Régis Juanico, MP of the Loire, and his parliamentary colleagues
Published in French on 4 March 2021
Mesdames, Messieurs - MPs and Senators
Three weeks have now passed during which your colleague Régis Juanico has not seen fit to answer the letter I sent him on February 11 – and so I now make it public and call your attention to it, because its subject concerns you personally as much as him.
I’m addressing you personally, doubtless for the last time, inviting you to sign the attached Bill, a bill aimed at organising a referendum on France’s (...)
We need a citizen candidate, pro-climate and anti-nuclear, to contest the presidential election of 2022|
by Jean-Marie Matagne
Published in French on 21 January 2021
Citizens of France, For humankind and for each of us, there are now four big urgent challenges (and some others of course): they are climate change, the nuclear threat, the social and health challenge, and the threat to democracy.
That is why, we as citizens need to take ownership of the presidential and legislative elections of 2022. Calmly but firmly. Despite the paradox that the path to annulling the democratic hold-up which a presidential (...)
Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, the only President of France to have understood nuclear deterrence|
In May 1980, a year before retreating from power, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing organised military manœuvres intended to test when one should have recourse to nuclear weapons. This gave him the opportunity to assess their absurdity, and he revealed this later in his memoirs.
Officially, France’s nuclear weapons, from the beginning, have served no other purpose than to deter the potential enemy from attacking and invading France - as had occurred in 1870, 1914 and 1940. "If you attack our (...)