By: Kayhan Int’l Staff Writer
A country, or more properly a regime that cannot take care of its own people, is trying to interfere in the affairs of others.
This is the case of France under Emmanuel Macron, which cannot provide even basic shelter for a growing number of French people, in addition to inability to control runaway inflation and failure to guarantee jobs.
Yet this person and his team of ministers shamelessly grant asylum to terrorists and fugitives from justice from other countries, especially the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Paris was recently caught red-handed in its support for the rioters who went on rampage in a few places in Iran by indulging in acts of arson, plunder, murder, sedition, treason, and sacrilege.
It openly backed traitors, thugs, terrorists, blasphemers and characterless women trying to cause harm to the Iranian society.
Now comes the news on the heels of the growing millions strong demonstrations in Paris and other cities, that the number of homeless people in France has dramatically gone up.
According to the annual report that was presented this week by the Abbé Pierre Foundation, the number of homeless people in France amounts to around 330,000.
This figure is 30,000 more than the previous year. It shows an increase of approximately 130 percent compared to 2012.
Macron, notorious hatemonger who is hostile towards Muslims and the freedom of the Hijab for women, is obviously unconcerned about the plight of the people of France.
He also does not have the ability and the efficiency to find solution for such problems. The main concern of the regime is promoting promiscuity, sodomy, and lesbianism.
In the next few years, the number of French people who will be living on footpaths, marks and wooded areas outside the cities, is expected to total over a million.
How will such a large population bear the wintry cold and survive is anybody’s guess.
In addition, France is wildly engaged in a propaganda war with Russia and is fanning the flames of the NATO war in Ukraine.
With its economy in shambles and its society in turmoil, no one expects France to be its former self anymore.