Macron follows globalist elite orders and arrests Yellow Vests leader Eric Drouet

In what is sure to lead to another weekend of protests across France (Act Nine of the Yellow Vests movement), French authorities arrested the de-facto leader of the Gilets Jaunes for leading an unauthorized demonstration.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Eric Drouet, a truck driver from the suburbs of Paris, was arrested in Paris on Wednesday evening near the iconic Champs-Élysées avenue – a prime location for the yellow vests to gather. Drouet was detained while leading a commemoration of yellow vests who have died since the movement’s inception, most of whom were hit by cars during protests at roundabouts throughout the country.

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss Act VIII of the Yellow Vest movement against the globalist puppet government of Emmanuel Macron, and how the arrest of key organizer Drouet will make Act Nine, not only a movement against Macron’s neo-liberal agenda, but a call to rally support for Eric Drouet.

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Rudy Giuliani broke with White House administration policy last week, stating that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange should not be prosecuted.

A well respect layer and legal mind, Donald Trump’s attorney compared Assange’s WikiLeaks publications to the Pentagon Papers, making the case that Assange had not done “anything wrong” and should not go to jail for disseminating stolen information just as major, mainstream media media does.

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss how Rudy Giuliani’s statement affects Assange’s case to exit the Ecuador embassy without fear of extradition and secret trial in the United States.

Is this a glimmer of hope for Assange or will the Wikileaks publisher remain trapped in London?