Macron: France Will Continue to Be the Goodest of Goys in Syria

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
January 19, 2019

You’d think that Macron would have other concerns at the moment, no?

But the Jews must have called him up and told him that they had a deal to offer him.

“You play ball with us in Syria, and we send some Mossad over to mop up the Yellow Vest goys.”



France will remain “militarily engaged” in the Middle East through 2019, President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday, noting that the deaths of US soldiers and civilians in Syria a day earlier showed the fight against extremism was not yet over.

“The retreat from Syria announced by our American friends cannot make us deviate from our strategic objective – eradicating Daesh,” Macron said in a speech at an army base near Toulouse, using an Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group.

Anyone who says “Daesh” is a faggot.

Using “Daesh” instead of ISIS or IS is a deliberate dog-whistle because Daesh doesn’t have “Islamic” in it; it’s a way of condemning ISIS fighters by saying that they’re “fake Moslems” basically.

So when politicians use “Daesh,” that’s just a way of signaling “not all Moslems and not all Islam, just these fake Moslems who give real Islam a bad name.”

“We are staying invested to participate in the stabilisation of the region,” Macron said, adding: “Any rush to withdraw would be a mistake.”

Macron also expressed condolences for “our four American friends killed on Syrian soil” in a bomb blast claimed by the Islamic State group on Wednesday.

Macron has criticised US President Donald Trump for announcing in December that he would begin withdrawing the approximately 2,000 US troops now in Syria.

Macron said he “deeply regretted the decision”, adding that “an ally must be reliable”. 

Man, I don’t know what it is about Macron, but he awakens this sort of slumbering peasant pogrom instinct in me whenever I see his smarmy, oddly-shaped head and gay little aristo grin.

Clearly, I’m not the only one.

If he wants to stay in Syria, he’s going to have to run that by the French people.

I have a feeling that they’re not going to be so keen on that proposal.