The Worse It Gets in France, the Less American Corporate Media Is Covering It

The Worse It Gets in France, the Less American Corporate Media Is Covering It. By JD Rucker.

When the initial protests started in France over the death of “French George Floyd” Nahel M, a 17-year-old Muslim killed by police, corporate media was all over it. But in recent days as the protests turned into riots, then full-blown insurrection (the real kind, not the J6 false version), corporate media suddenly has many other things to cover.

What happened? It’s obvious. Open borders and forced multiculturalism have been exposed for their inevitable outcomes and American corporate media doesn’t want us to see what’s in our future. …

America corporate media is barely covering any of this. It’s the biggest news in the world right now as a major western nation literally burns, but the narrative isn’t convenient. …

Corporate media is ignoring the crisis in France because they cannot find a way to get around the fact that it was caused by a massive invasion of Muslim migrants taking advantage of the weakness of radical leftist policies

Domination and conquest:

The immigrants overwhelmingly vote left, so it’s all good.