The “Yellow Vest” movement is still going strong in France. In fact, it is one of the most positive developments happening anywhere in the world. French President Emmanuel Macron is now condemning the movement claiming that it is “anti-Semitic.” This after a so-called Jewish intellectual was called out as a “dirty Zionist.”

Al Jazeera:

French President Emmanuel Macron has condemned anti-Semitic abuse directed towards a prominent intellectual by “yellow vest” protesters on Saturday.

“These abuses are the absolute negation of what makes France a great nation. We won’t tolerate them”, Macron said on Twitter.

Alain Finkielkraut was walking on the fringes of a demonstration in central Paris on Saturday when a group of “yellow vests” insulted him with offensive remarks such as “dirty Zionist” and “France is ours”, according to a video broadcast by Yahoo News.

“I felt absolute hatred and, unfortunately, this is not the first time,” the French writer and philosopher told the Sunday newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche. He expressed relief that police intervened.

Finkielkraut has expressed his solidarity and sympathy with the “yellow vest” protesters from the outset but in an interview published Saturday in Le Figaro, he criticised the leaders of the movement, saying “arrogance has changed sides”.

I don’t know a whole lot about this particular kike but apparently he appears on French television quite a bit to lecture the goyim. Ironically, it appears as if he was called out for his kikery by some brown people and leftists who are pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel.

Clearly Macron is trying to play the “anti-Semite” card in order to demonize by “Yellow Vest” movement but this is not going to work. The French public is very angry at what has been done to the country and a significant portion of the movement is well aware of the Jewish treachery involved. A big part of this has to do with the excellent French website Democratie Participative which has been under siege from all angles as the “Yellow Vest” movement has grown.