"The Old Order Is Over": Trump To "Confront" G-7 As Macron Plans On "Standing Up" To US President


In comments made alongside Canada PM Justin Trudeau in Ottawa, French President Emmanuel Macron said that no head of state is "eternal” and that he stands ready to work with the six other Group of Seven members if U.S. wants to stand alone.

"You say President Trump doesn’t care. Maybe. But none of us are eternal and our countries, the commitments taken, go beyond us. None of us who have been elected by the people can say ‘all prior commitments disappear.’ It’s just not true, there is a continuity in state affairs at the heart of international laws. Sometimes we’ve inherited some commitments that weren’t core to our beliefs, but we stuck to them, because that is how it works for nations. And that will be the case for the United States - like for every great democracy", Macron said quoted by Bloomberg.

Macron also said he doesn’t exclude a G-6+1 situation at the upcoming G-7 meeting: "Maybe the U.S. President doesn’t care to be isolated but we don’t care being with the six together,” Macron says, adding they represent values, a “global force” and an economic market

The French president then launched a thinly veiled threat: "the combination of the six markets of the G-7 group is bigger than the U.S. market" and cautioned Trump that "there is no global hegemony if we can organize" adding he will “fight against hegemony”

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Ahead of what is shaping up as the most confrontational G-7 meeting in history (the first meeting took place in 1975), we reported that Germany chancellor Angela Merkel already was setting the ground for the Toronto showdown among the world's top political leaders - where Trump will also be present - vowing to challenge Donald Trump on virtually every issue, from trade to climate, and warning that the lack of room for compromise means leaders may fail to agree on a final statement, an unprecedented event at a summit of the world's 7 most advanced nations.

Speaking before German lawmakers on Wednesday, two days before the G-7 summit starts in Canada, Merkel said that Trump’s "America First" doctrine shows that “we have a serious problem with multilateral agreements." She added that failure to reach common ground could lead to the highly unusual step of host Canada issuing a concluding statement not agreed by all participants, according to Bloomberg.

Merkel said she plans to speak to Trump specifically about trade at the G-7. “There will be some controversial discussions” at the gathering, she told lawmakers. Germany will make sure that what was agreed on trade and climate at the last G-7 summit and at a G-20 meeting will be maintained in joint statements from the two-day meeting in Quebec "if any are agreed."

Commenting on Merkel's warning yesterday, we said that "we doubt Trump will be too "burned" by that statement."

And according to overnight newsflow, that is indeed the case and that if Merkel was hoping to "soften" Trump up by warning about the upcoming showdown between the US and the rest of the world, she made a mistake, because wires report that President Trump is said to be planning on adopting a confrontational tone at G7 in response to the other 6 nations collectively pressuring him regarding tariffs.

Which, of course, is hardly a major discover: after all "adopting a confrontational tone" is what Trump does, period. However, now that it has been formalized, this may actually be a G-7 meeting - traditionally boring and slow-moving - worth watching closely, if only for how the world's 6 most advanced nations + America will try to contain the fall out from what will likely be the first documented failure of globalization.

Meanwhile, Bloomberg reports that France joined Germany in warning US President Trump that they will not sign a joint statement at the G7 summit, with President Macron warning that progress must be made on tariffs and other contentious issues. Macron has concluded that other G-7 leaders must stand up to the American president, according to the Bloomberg source.  Commenting on this particular threat, UBS chief economist Paul Donovan said:

The EU announced a list of products subject to a 25% consumer tax – products all partially made in the US. Ahead of tomorrow's G6 plus 1 summit, French President Macron indicated France may not sign the statement if the US does not change its approach. Clearly, this is a terrifying threat (though it does rather emphasise US isolationism, which markets may worry about).

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow tried to play down the tension on Wednesday, describing it a “family quarrel" and telling reporters that “Trump is trying to fix this broken system,” adding that "He’s sticking to his guns. He’s going to talk to them. The lines are open."

Good luck: "The meeting this week will be by far the most dysfunctional G-7,” said Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, a political-risk consulting firm. "The old order is over. What we are fighting over now, as the new order emerges, is whether the U.S. wants to have the most important seat at the table or not. Right now the answer is no."

We look forward to the fallout from the acrimonious meeting, and how the market spins as bullish this particular instance of the US and the rest of the world drifting further apart.


Killtruck Freeze These Thu, 06/07/2018 - 07:49 Permalink

"Germany chancellor Angela Merkel already was setting the ground for the Toronto showdown among the world's top political leaders - where Trump will also be present - vowing to challenge Donald Trump on virtually every issue, from trade to climate."

If this guy doesn't give a fuck about what the commies in his own country think, I think we can be pretty sure how Frau CommieMutter's "confrontation" is going to go...  

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HopefulCynical MarsInScorpio Thu, 06/07/2018 - 21:50 Permalink

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SpiritBlade MarsInScorpio Thu, 06/07/2018 - 22:50 Permalink

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Expendable Container LiteBeeer Thu, 06/07/2018 - 14:41 Permalink

"young blood Jesuit/Globalist leaders"

You mean Zionist Lackies, who are all members of Rothschild/British Royalty cabal controlled secret societies - including Trump and Putin unfortunately - as revealed by their secret handshakes/hidden hand gestures/Masonic-Illuminist symbology ties etc.

"What is one to do when, in order to rule men, it is necessary to deceive them?" Helena Blavatsky (Theosophist Luciferian worshipper and much revered by masonic highest levels)

No wonder Justice is for 'Just-Us'.


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Old Order is code for 'national sovereignty' (the sovereignty of nations)

New Order is code for 'Zionist Global Dictatorship' (an end to sovereign nations)

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GeezerGeek IridiumRebel Thu, 06/07/2018 - 13:18 Permalink

Yes, but not at the top of the pyramid. The New World Order consists of a few oligarchs at the top, with hordes of functionaries below them, and the vast sea of humanity taking the role of the serfs and slaves at the bottom. Why is it that this NWO looks an awful lot like the old one, which had kings and emperors at the top, ruling their own bureaucracies, while the serfs and slaves suffered and labored at the bottom?

Things are changing in that modern science and engineering have made it possible to hoodwink that huge bottom layer into thinking life is good, or at least acceptable - after all, they have their smartphones and internet, don't they? - and there is no reason to strive for liberty.

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John Kerry-Heinz cheech_wizard Thu, 06/07/2018 - 11:11 Permalink

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FBaggins cheech_wizard Thu, 06/07/2018 - 11:35 Permalink

"Americanism not Globalism, - Trump" says Jimmy Jones above.

That is the choice for the entire world? Like every nation in the world, nations like anti-globalist Russia or Hungary, advancing the sovereignty movement have the choice only between bowing to the Western globalist amoral tyranny or to the American Zionist bankster-oilster mafia cabal who are determined to take over their resources? 

Populists inside and outside of the US can despise Macron for his globalist policies, but here he is saying that "Americanism" (i.e., "do what we say or we will destroy you like we did to Libya and Iraq") no longer rules the world. Populists whether in France, Italy and even in Syria want to run their own nations and control their own borders. They are essentially sovereignists. They are not globalists. Because they oppose the globalist cabal does not mean they have any love for the American Zio-mafia state. However, for Trumpsters "America First" simply means that their nation together with the UK and Israel can do whatever they hell they want to any other nation, walk over their faces, kill their people, take their oil, force them to use US petrodollars, etc. etc. 

Many populists who supported Trump unfortunately have jumped into bed with the neocons and the Zionists who could give a shit about the sovereignties of weaker nations.  So in this case Macron scores some points with populists exposing, opposing and trying to depose the globalists, the neocons, the banksters, and all of the elitist crooks and thugs who have caused so many divisions, needless suffering, and wars over the past 100 years.

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