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Dec. 7. Qunacy Roundup. Great Currency Reset schedule. Putin & Dolly Parton slam Satan, whose rule is actually collapsing. Electric cars sterilize fetuses. Proof that JFK Jr. is alive. Queen Romana is in good health, thanks for asking.

As usual, anything in brackets [] is my comment.
Judy Byington of Dinar Chronicles summarizes the current GREAT Current Reset goalposts. She even gives her sources. (Note the similarities to the; last 87865 goalpost announcements. Will probably be moved by the time I post this.)
Lost tribes of Israel and space Nazis come out of closet as Satanic rule collapses. There can be no doubt the planet earth is going through changes that are beyond biblical in proportion. That is why an ancient secret society -with roots going back to the biblical Jacob in Egypt- as well as space Nazis on flying saucers are coming out of the closet. This is happening because an esoteric war that has been raging for thousands of years is coming to an end. What we are witnessing is an end to millennia of Satanic rule on this planet.
Let us start with events in China because they hold the key to so much else that is happening and is about to happen. China was touted by top Satanist Klaus Schwab Rothschild (Rothschild=red shield of satan) as the model for their digital human animal farm New World Order. he plan the Satanists had for this planet was to genetically modify every human into farm animal-type obedience, microchip their brains and control every aspect of their lives through constant, intrusive digital surveillance. In other words, literally, turn the planet into a giant human farm. [China implemented all this, blah, blah blah]
Well, the Satanists underestimated the Chinese. Chinese history shows that people will put up with a lot, but, when a certain point is reached, they simultaneously explode into rebellion. That is exactly what happened last week after Asian secret societies mobilized. First, top enforcer and former Chinese President Jiang Zemin died suddenly “after a long illness.” Following that, police and soldiers moved in and started dismantling PCR testing facilities and arresting the white-suited zombie enforcers.
The Asian secret societies are also aware the so-called pandemic was a combination of a 5G electromagnetic attack with the release of viruses by Rothschild-controlled laboratories in China. It is no coincidence that Klaus Schwab Rothschild was spotted at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Washington DC last week.
Putin And Dolly Parton Slap Down Satan As West Realizes Russia Will Never Run Out Of Ammunition. An intriguing new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin signed into law a bill passed unanimously by the Russian Parliament completely banning LGBTQ propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations, gender reassignment and pedophilia on social networks, in the mass media, films and advertisements, says at near the exact same time this bill was signed into law yesterday, ...but joining President Putin to defend Christianity against socialist Western colonial demonic ideology, world-renowned American music legend Dolly Parton performed her hit song “Go to Hell” during a leftist NBC special programme, where she rebuked the Devil on prime-time television, proclaiming “Satan is real” and warning “He is trying to destroy everything good and beautiful”. [And a bunch of stuff about Western colonial bloodlust & Russia wonderfulness]
Inside Biden’s Billion Dollar, Drunken Gala Dinner [for French President Macron]. Thursday night’s liberal lollapalooza at Tyler Perry Studios’ “White House” was a farrago of drunkenness, paranoia, chicanery, pomposity, and alcohol-fueled rage toward Donald Trump and Elon Musk...Pelosi was tipsy when she arrived at the feast and sauntered to an open bar replete with scintillating bottles of pricey liquor–Clase Azul tequila, 50-year-old Appleton Estate Rum, Macallan Sherry Oak whiskey, and, to top it off, Chateau Margaux grand vin. Chilled decanters of 1959 Dom Perignon sat in ice buckets at every dinner table. As guests donned in tuxedos or ballroom gowns funneled inside the imitation White House, Pelosi lingered at the bar, heartily sampling various liquors while the bartender stared at her in dazed bewilderment...Meanwhile, Pelosi continued indulging in drink and, therefore, losing her inhibitions. At one point in the evening, she made a comment so cringeworthy that those within earshot feigned deafness or simply distanced themselves. Her speech slurred, she said she had “the best and biggest boobs in the House, better even than,” she added with distaste, “AOCs or MTGs.”...Later in the evening a splenetic, irascible Biden was overheard saying that “I need my candy,” after which his personal physician, Dr. Kevin O’Conner, escorted him from the banquet hall to a private room. Biden reappeared 20 minutes afterward, rejuvenated and refreshed, and loquaciously touted his “accomplishments” to rapturous applause. “Candy is Biden’s codeword for Adrenochrome,” our source said. “He was going downhill, so got his shot or infusion, then came back to serenade his sympathetic audience.
[As previously reported, Pelosi was arrested after the banquet & hauled off to Gitmo] AG sources told Real Raw News Saturday morning that Pelosi has been charged with multiple counts of treason and seditious conspiracy—coincidentally, perhaps, the very same charges she told the Department of Justice to level against Oath Keeper Stewart Rhodes, [also] The United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps has released the name of a Hollywood producer who was arrested after attending the criminal Biden regime’s banquet last Thursday evening. That person is Eli Roth, an American film director, screenwriter, producer, and actor whose name is synonymous with torture-porn: Roth is best known for directing the film Hostel, a ghoulish fright-fest in which attractive, scantily clad young women lure horny college boys to an industrial warehouse owned by a secret society...According to a military arrest warrant reviewed by RRN, Roth’s snuff flicks weren’t entirely fictional. The document alleges that Roth sought to make his films as realistic as possible; Before principal filming began on Hostel, Cabin Fever, and The Green Inferno, Roth rented property in Bilisht, Albania, and used his underworld connections to hire members of the Albanian mafia to torture and murder people in ways that would eventually appear in the films.
Not to be confused with the Ark of the Covenant, which houses the two stone slabs of the Ten Commandments, the Ark of Gabriel, which is not mentioned in the Christian Bible, is a mysterious device, a secret weapon that many people are only beginning to learn about. Its legend has been perpetuated by the havoc it has wreaked over the centuries, as well as its potential to be unleashed upon the world.
Wild rumours that a fabled device or weapon called the “Ark of Gabriel” has been found under the Masjid al-Haram Mosque – the holiest site in Islam – are sweeping across the darker corners of the internet.
Legend tells the Archangel Gabriel – who told the Virgin Mary she would give birth to Jesus and dictated the Koran to the Prophet Muhammed – also entrusted an ark or box of “immense power” to the founder of the Muslim faith.
Muhammed was told to bury the ark in a shrine at a “place of worship” – for it to be brought out as the end of the world approaches.
Paranoid survivalists believe Saudi Arabia has uncovered the ark during a major construction project at the Grand Mosque – and handed it to the Russians.
They claim the Russian military is taking the ark to the Antarctic – possibly to a former Nazi UFO base.
...[An] attempt to remove the ark on September 24 caused a massive “plasma emission” that resulted in more than 4,000 deaths – Sorcha Faal claims. More than 2,000 were indeed killed in Mecca on that date – but the deaths were blamed on a stampede during the Hajj pilgrimage...
On hearing the news, Russian president Vladimir Putin reportedly dispatched the naval research vessel Admiral Vladimisky to collect the ark from the Saudi port city of Jeddah – the gateway to Mecca – and take it to the Antarctic. Two Russian battle satellites were launched to protect the Admiral Vladimisky and its precious cargo and a fleet of Russian warships, a salvage tug and oil tanker – carrying out manoeuvres in the Indian Ocean – have been ordered to rendezvous with it.
In other news
JFK Jr.: Most Convincing Photograph That He’s Still Alive And Is Q, Is This!! For me this is the most convincing photo proof that JFK Jr. is still alive. Notice a portion of the US military and others not in uniform… there’s the grey haired fella at the bottom of the Q wearing a dark suit… JFK Jr.? This is a photo of JFK Jr. with the Q team? Sure seems like it don’t it. This photo needs to be shared widely… it needs to be debated… it needs widespread presence on social media. Are we all in this together or what? I do believe so. It’s time we got more familiar with those protecting us.
The people in this photograph are the masterminds and higher levels of the greatest military intel drop in the history of the world, with the founder and original editor of George Magazine… who knew he would have to go away, to be part of the secret mission to not only save America, but also save humanity.
Short note on Queen Romana. She has been under the weather, but treated herself with roasted garlic. She got better "after a visit from BLUE Light Beings/ Friends on her Temples" and has been photographed "out grocery shopping [in Newfoundland] and showing We The People that there is no food shortage." New convoy member Leona. Posting some hard core antisemitism from her followers, not to mention pro-Putin stuff. Also pics of "our Earth Alliance SSP - Solar Warden Space Fighter Crafts".
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FOREX-Euro dips below $1.07 on French election run-in

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Are cash accepted in restaurants at CDG Airport?

I am traveling to Canada from India via France. I have a 5-hour layover in Paris. I might have a meal ofcourse or at least a coffee. I am getting a forex card where I can load french euros too but the thing is that, If I have anything in balance then I might have to pay the interest for it, so I thought it would be better if I can take cash itself with me. How many euros shall I bring, and most importantly, the restaurants or eateries in CDG do they accept cash? Maybe it's a silly question but first time in France. So help me out people, thanks in advance :)
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Credit Suisse Deep Value Case

You know there's a problem when a former Hedge fund manager starts a sentence with "it wouldn't be a finance scandal without Credit Suisse. The reason is a large portion of all the wall street scandals has Credit Suisse involved in some way, with the company generally at the losing end of the deal.
For instance, in the case of Bill Hwang there was a bit of an argument between the sales team and the risk management team where the sales guys wanted the billionaire's business why the risk managers didn't want the guy with prior fraud convictions anywhere near them. The sales guys won, and when Hwang's portfolio blew up the other investment banks beat them to the punch and dumped Hwang's toxic assets first, netting a massive loss for Credit Suisse. There are many other examples, like the Greensill blowup, that time they laundered money for a drug dealer, and that time some of their forex bankers created a Whatsapp group with other banks to tip each other off on what they were doing. Each of these either resulted in huge fines from regulators or in Credit Suisse holding the bag from the crimes of others. There is likely more we are simply not aware of.
It is important to note Credit Suisse doesn't have any single faction controlling it. The biggest shareholder is an American holdings company who only has 10% of shares, and the biggest owner of that company is a French dude who isn't involved with the company. The CEO is a Swiss-German professor of business administration, and they have over 50,000 employees worldwide. The point is there the idiots that lose the company money should not necessarily be equated with the company as a whole and each of these scandals only involved handfuls of employees.
That said, the issue was clearly systemic where Credit Suisse employees had the incentive to forge elaborate deals and had no risk aversion. The company is all about talking about reforms and focusing on their core business of wealth management, but of course that remains to be seen.
The stock has reached records lows this year as it is also hit by rising interest rates and inflation. Inflation hurts banks because you have to have money to make money in that business, and rising interest rates hurt banks because simply there are fewer willing borrowers and investors. Recall that banks of all sorts have a lot of fixed-rate loans on their books that may have turned a profit when they were issued but start losing money when inflation goes up and cannot be resold on a secondary market without a loss when there's rising interest rates. Ownership in Credit Suisse can be considered a bet that inflation and interest rates will fall, although the correlation isn't perfect since Credit Suisse is a global firm and isn't exclusive to places dependent on the US.
But more importantly, investors seem to be pricing in future scandals into the stock price. They've lost a lot of money this year so PE Ratios are worthless, but I like to use other metrics. Their market cap to employee ratio is less than a quarter million per employee, and keep in mind most enterprises have 1-10 million dollars value per employee. Likewise, estimated enterprise value is more than 8 times current market caps. Revenue per employee is well over a half million dollars, which isn't surprising in investment banking but shows the core business is profitable. Implied Volatility is also high, as the stock is down 80% over the last 5 years and the market is pricing in easy 100% moves in share price.
This is why I simply sold 5 ATM puts on the stock expiring in 2 years. I think inflation and interest rates will fall, I think that Credit Suisse will return to profitability, and I don't think the Swiss government will let their 166-year-old cash cow die. Selling options is definitely the superior method here, as volatility is definitely on a high note in this company, and it reduces my risks because I don't need Credit Suisse to make lots of money, I simply need the firm to not fail.
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Kronologi Indra Kenz yang sebenarnya?

I dont defend this douche guy, he deserve it for being an @sshole.
Tapi ada yang punya kronologi jelasnya dia sebenarnya ngapain sebagai affliator binomo? Gua cari di berita isinya di luar konteks dan isinya "diduga" dan ga jelasin kronologi urutannya sampe urusan pacarnya segala.
Ada yang bilang dia sebagai affliator meraup uang loss pemainnya. Gua ga ngerti soal app binomo tapi apa itu hasil loss bisa connect ke "kantong" dia? Apa dia jadi agen perantara ketiga macam judi bola?
Does binomo even legal? I mean its legal in India. Dan konsepnya nyambung ke forex kan?
Gua cuman pengen tahu aja ginian, bahkan telegram grup mayoritas kalangan "investor" begitu kan disangka tempat chat teroris dulu kan dan terus disuruh uninstall. I have trust issues because massive of propraganda we are facing rn.
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FOREX-Euro inches higher in face of French politics

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Prices Will Get Even LOWER

I will try my best to summarize everything in a few paragraphs as this is very complex and is quite a lot. I also previously made posts about this topic and you can check previous posts for further info. Most of the sources are also included. Other sources are on previous posts.
As a general reiteration, virtually all countries around the world are struggling to fight inflation as well as being hit hard by the effects of climate change. There is high single to double-digit inflation in almost every country you look at. There are massive floods, droughts and high temperatures that are crushing economies, by drying up some of the most key waterways in the world such as the Rhine in Germany, the Yangtze in China, the Danube in Western Europe and the Colarado River in the US. Entire sections of these rivers have dried up that are causing companies to decrease or outright halt operations.
Russia has stopped pipeline flows of natural gas to Europe, having provided 40% of Europe's energy pre-war. They say flows will not resume until Europe lifts sanctions meaning that they have lost almost half of their energy from a cheap and convenient energy source. Neither of the sides are likely to bend to the either, meaning that Europe is about to face winter while having their main source of heating and energy cut off. It is to the point that classrooms in Normandy, France have begun arrangements to heat their classroom with wood. French companies have to submit plans to reduce their energy usage by 10%. German energy bills are set to increase by around 500 euros a year while Germany is expected to lose 225 billion over the next two years if gas flows stay halted. OFGEM, the UK energy regulator, has already increased energy price caps by 80%, with room for further raises if necessary as UK energy bills a projected to cost twice the monthly wage in 2023. Similar stories continue across Europe. EU states have agreed to cut energy usage by 15%, a measure that will suffocate the economies across Europe.
China, the worlds largest exporter, is going through a Lehman Crisis moment as youth employment is almost 20%. There was a theft of 6 billion from customers through the banking system and there are now widespread protests and customers are refusing to pay mortgages and effectively defaulting as real estate companies are themselves heavily overleveraged and out of cash. Two real estate companies have begun what is expected to be a wave of defaults. Meanwhile, China continues its mass lockdowns at any hint of COVID. There have now recently been arrests of dozens of individuals related to the banking theft. There are now reports of banks restricting withdrawals to only a few hundred yuan(few dozens USD). In the crypto space, we all know what withdrawal restrictions mean.
A recent industry-wide issue has now just occurred that European energy companies face 1.5 trillion euros(same amount in USD) in margin calls. How this occurs is that companies generally hedge their business operations in case of some systemic risk like floods for an agricultural company. This means that even if there are floods you have bought some sort of insurance so you don't lose everything if your business is heavily affected. Basically, all your eggs are not in one basket. However, since Russia has cut off gas flows the companies that provide this insurance have in effect raised the premium and energy companies have to pay more for the insurance. In a time of massive inflation and high rates by banks these energy companies have to find even more funds. And as usual, all these costs get passed right back onto the consumer, the little guy. So the already terrible energy bills are going to go even higher. This can be mitigated if the governments decide to spend millions to subsidise citizens, but then we know that game. All the money governments spend to help citizens come right back to bite them through inflation, at a time of already super high inflation rates. There is no way out of this.
All of this meanwhile countries continue to struggle to feed themselves as grains, that account for 45% of the world's diet, and around 25% of which comes from Russia and Ukraine. Food supplies are further reduced by the aforementioned climate and environmental issues where temperatures are either too high or too low as well as the effects of drought causing crop failures. This is sure to affect developing countries.
Another factor for developing countries is a lack of foreign exchange. Fed is continuing interest rate increases and the dollar is still skyrocketing in value and so further reducing supply. Developing economies need forex to survive which is precisely why they are called developing. The manufacturing and production are weak and most economies work by simply buying goods from foreign markets and selling them locally. But forex is needed to buy the foreign goods initially, forex that is very low in supply.
The US has already shown weakness and signs of recession from asset prices, to lay-offs to the unemployment rate and the rise of multiple job-holders and continued Federal Reserve rate increases, massively increasing consumer debt levels and loan default by prime borrowers. I dove into these already on previous posts. I called the crash from around ~$25,000 in these earlier posts as well.
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Open interest in top tokens has also surged in anticipation of the merge. Exchanges are seeing record short interest in top tokens.
I am not calling anybody out. I am not insulting anybody. I am just saying that while yes markets might be a casino, at this point this ain't a game anymore. At this point, if you know you can't afford to lose what you have in, take out what you must from the market. Where we are right now, things look bad and have much room to get worse. If you are into shorting tokens you may have a good time, but otherwise, the signs look downright catastrophic.
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Is Bulls&Bears app legit/ can’t withdraw money

(Disclaimer I don’t know much about investment, but I’d love some help)
Hello, I’m French but was discussing with a discord PH friend of mine who was telling me about her 10k ph pesos investment in this app called Bear&Bulls by forex trading, used to be UMP trading (apparently is big in the Philippines, i have no idea) which has allegedly doubled on her screen but she doesn’t know how to withdraw it. I’m already skeptical of small, non official crypto apps but knowing she invested after a friend told her to made it sound like a big pyramid scheme. She sent me screenshot of the app showing the withdraw button that when pressed doesn’t do anything. I looked at reviews of the Bear&Bulls app on Google play store (tried looking on twitter, nothing came up, sorry I probably don’t know what social model you guys mostly use) and the reviews on the App were nothing but 5-star praises from January to May 2022 but then, more recently (sept to nov 2022) there’s a wave of 1-star review of people saying they just simply can NOT withdraw. I’m just coming here to look for answers, or people who would know more out of curiosity. Feels like my friend’s student money got scammed out of her and it feels bad to left it unanswered. Thank you
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I'm looking to sell a part of my personal collection, shipping is with CanadaPost from montreal. I take PPFF, eTransfer, and trades for canadian forex, and junk silver and gold from any country. Let's begin!

Bulk Lots:
around 2500 foreign coins in flips from the 1800s all the way to the 1990s. Wide variety of countries, they come mostly of old coin lots I bought. Looking to get .40 cents per coin flip.
20x 20 centavos from chile ranging from 1921-1940. Looking to get $40 for the lot.
4x Florins from New Zealand, ranging from 1964-1965. Looking to get 8$ for all.
Individual coins:
ALGERIA 5 Dinar 1974 - 3$
ARGENTINA 10 Centavos 1898 XF-EF - 10$
ARGENTINA 10 Centavos 1899 - 6$
ARGENTINA 10 Centavos 1912 XF- 10$
AUSTRIA 1000 Kroner 1924 - 3$
BRAZIL 500 Reis 1938 Rejente Reijo UNC - 12$
CABO VERDE 1 Escudo 1977 - 3.50$
C.C.C.P. 10 Kopecks 1941 - 6$
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 50 Haleru 1924 (2x), (1x) 1931 - 4.50$
DANMARK 2 Kroner 1957 - 4$ PENDING
FRENCH COLONIES 5 Cent 1825 - 30$
FRENCH INDOCHINA 10 Cents 1945 - 2$
HAITI Centime 1832 - 20$
ITALY 5 Centesimi 1861 - 3.5$
10 Centesimi 1862 M EF- 30$
10 Centesimi 1862 M XF- 12$
10 Centesimi 1864 N - 3$
10 Centesimi 1866 N - 5$
10 Centesimi 1867 H XF- 15$
10 Centesimi 1867 OM - 4$
10 Centesimi 1867 OM XF -4.50$

LOWER CANADA 1 Sou 1838 - 12$
NETHERLANDS 1/2 Cent 1884 - 5$
OTTOMAN EMPIRE 20 Para 1327- 3.50$ PENDING
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1 Cent 1871 - 3.50$
ROMAN EMPIRE Gallic Antonianus - 22$
SAUDI ARABIA 1/2 Ghirsh 1925 - 50$
SAARLAND 20 Franken 1954 EF - 15$
SPAIN 5 Centavos 1870 OM - 6$
STRAIGHT SETTLEMENTS 5 Cents 1889 EF Details - 35$
THAILAND 1/64 Baht 1887 XF - 80$
TIBET Sho (1918-1928)- 50$
U.K. Farthing 1822 - 7$
U.K. Half Penny 1827 - 22$

Thanks for looking!! :))
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Handball data

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Bonjour !
Dans le cadre d'un projet universitaire, je cherche à modéliser l'évolution morphologique du joueur de handball depuis 1990. Pour ce faire, j'ai donc besoin des données de taille et de poids depuis la saison1990-91. Cependant, je ne trouve malheureusement pas de tel données sur le site de la LNH (leurs données remontent uniquement à 2007 et leurs fiches joueurs n'ont pas l'air fiables) et je voudrais donc savoir si une base de données open source avait déjà été créée pour le handball ? N'hésitez pas à me contacter si vous avez quelconques informations sur la data et le handball (car je prépare également un mémoire dessus).

Hello !
As part of my studies, I would like to model the evolution of the morphology of handball players from 1990 to today. To do this, I need height and weight data for each player. Unfortunately, my research for the French league only provides me with data up to 2007, so maybe someone is able to provide me with older data for his country's league (I'm thinking mainly of Germany). In any case, I would like to know if there is already an open source handball database that I could use. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any information about data and handball as I am preparing a university thesis on this subject.
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Today's Top #2: Vyacheslav Taran death: Russian crypto billionaire killed in helicopter crash

tldr; Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran, the co-founder of Libertex and Forex Club, died after his helicopter crashed in good weather near Monaco on November 25. Taran was flying from Lausanne with an experience pilot in a single-engined H130 helicopter when it crashed at around 1pm. A 35-year-old French pilot was also killed in the crash, which took place near the resort town of Villefranche-sur-Mer.
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Today's Top #1: Vyacheslav Taran death: Russian crypto billionaire killed in helicopter crash

tldr; Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran, the co-founder of Libertex and Forex Club, died after his helicopter crashed in good weather near Monaco on November 25. Taran was flying from Lausanne with an experience pilot in a single-engined H130 helicopter when it crashed at around 1pm. A 35-year-old French pilot was also killed in the crash, which took place near the resort town of Villefranche-sur-Mer.
This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
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Is it really an accident? Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran died in a mysterious helicopter crash

Is it really an accident? Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran died in a mysterious helicopter crash
According to the Daily Mail, the Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran has died due to a mysterious helicopter crash. The reason why we called it “mysterious” is that the clash took place in good weather. As we know so far, another passenger is scheduled to fly on board but canceled last minute before the helicopter took off. The death of Vyacheslav Taran has put a shadow over the entire Forex and crypto industry.
The clash
Taran, 53, was flying from Switzerland to Morocco in an H130 helicopter when it crashed near Villefranche-sur-Mer on Sunday. Initial investigations have ruled out foul play, but the weather was good and local police said third-party negligence is not excluded. The cause of the crash remains to be determined.
According to the France Bleu radio network, the Russian billionaire and the helicopters French pilot both were killed in the clash.
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Is it really an accident? Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran died in a mysterious helicopter crash
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Le pouvoir gesticule, l'industrie agonise (Le Monde Diplomatique, Mars 2022)

Dossier : Relocaliser ne suffit pas
Le pouvoir gesticule, l'industrie agonise Marc Endeweld
En déplacement à Amiens au début de son mandat, M. Emmanuel Macron promettait de sauver l'usine de sèche-linge Whirlpool, menacée de délocalisation. Deux ans et un repreneur plus tard, le site fermait ses portes. Une histoire qui symbolise le bilan du président en matière de politique industrielle : beaucoup de paroles et peu de résultats.
Il y a deux ans, la pandémie de Covid-19 a suscité la sidération dans la population. C'est sans doute sur le terrain industriel que la prise de conscience fut la plus douloureuse : la France est le seul membre du Conseil de sécurité de l'Organisation des Nations unies (ONU) à ne pas avoir su développer un vaccin, et le pays a été incapable de mobiliser des ressources industrielles suffisantes pour disposer ne serait-ce que de simples masques en urgence. « [La pandémie] a eu l'effet, dans le débat public, d'un électrochoc, constate, dans un récent rapport (1), le Haut-Commissariat au plan, une institution fondée par le général de Gaulle en 1946, supprimée en 2006 et ressuscitée par le président Emmanuel Macron à l'automne 2020. Les fragilités résultant de la désindustrialisation ont éclaté au grand jour : masques, respirateurs, équipements médicaux et produits stratégiques, certains vitaux, ont fait cruellement défaut lorsque la France a dû affronter l'épidémie. »
La crise sanitaire est survenue à un moment charnière. La Chine, au fil des années, est devenue le plus grand atelier de la planète. Elle pesait, en 2020, 28,7 % de la production manufacturière mondiale, loin devant les États-Unis - 16,65 % - et très loin devant l'Europe, dont les quatre principaux pays (Allemagne, Italie, France et Royaume-Uni) ne totalisaient que 11,8 %. Les chiffres parlent d'eux-mêmes : alors qu'en 1990 les États-Unis et l'Europe produisaient 80 % des semi-conducteurs mondiaux, à parts égales, l'Union européenne n'en produit plus que 9 % en 2020, et les Américains à peine 10 %. Tout le reste est désormais fabriqué en Asie. En France, ce phénomène est encore plus accentué : le poids de l'industrie dans le produit intérieur brut (PIB) est ainsi passé de 23 % en 1980 à 13,5 % en 2019, un niveau bien inférieur à la moyenne de l'Union (19,7 %). Certes, il a reculé dans toute l'Europe, mais il reste supérieur chez presque tous nos voisins, qu'il s'agisse de l'Italie (19,6 % en 2019), de l'Espagne (15,8 % en 2018) et surtout de l'Allemagne (24,2 % en 2019).
Avec la pandémie, M. Macron a ainsi troqué son discours sur la « start-up nation » pour celui sur la « souveraineté économique ». Dès mars 2020, le président lance un appel dans l'usine de masques du groupe Kolmi-Hopen près d'Angers pour « retrouver la force morale et la volonté de produire en France et retrouver cette indépendance ». Au coeur de l'été 2020, il est revenu sur le sujet, en affirmant : « Nous devons relocaliser et recréer des forces de production sur nos territoires. La souveraineté sanitaire et industrielle sera l'un des piliers du plan de relance. » En septembre 2020, il persiste et signe, devant les acteurs de la French Tech, en plaidant pour une « souveraineté numérique européenne ». Changement de décor en décembre, dans une usine Framatome au Creusot, mais le discours est le même : « Le nucléaire restera la pierre angulaire de notre autonomie stratégique. »
Si certains commentateurs louent ce « tournant », d'autres rappellent que M. Macron a commencé son cheminement politique au Mouvement des citoyens (MDC) de M. Jean-Pierre Chevènement, il y a une vingtaine d'années, et que cette célébration de la souveraineté ne serait qu'un retour aux sources. D'autres encore ne croient pas en une conversion sincère du président de la République. C'est le cas du député Les Républicains (LR) Olivier Marleix, qui avait présidé dès 2017 une commission d'enquête parlementaire sur les décisions de l'État en matière de politique industrielle : « Dans la France d'Emmanuel Macron, la politique industrielle est faite par les banques d'affaires - plus par l'État; au service de la rentabilité du capital à l'évidence, beaucoup moins au service des salariés ou dans l'intérêt industriel du pays (2). »
Quand nous l'interrogeons dans son bureau du troisième étage de l'hôtel des ministres de Bercy (le même qu'occupait M. Macron comme ministre de l'économie de M. François Hollande entre 2014 et 2016), la ministre déléguée chargée de l'industrie, Mme Agnès Pannier - Runacher, essaie de faire bonne figure. « La France est devenue la première destination des investissements industriels étrangers d'Europe », se félicite - t - elle tout en dressant devant nous la liste des mesures néolibérales décidées depuis 2017 pour permettre à la France de « redevenir un site désirable » : baisses d'impôt sur les sociétés, ordonnances sur le droit du travail, loi Pacte (Plan d'action pour la croissance et la transformation des entreprises). Autant de « signaux » contre le « droit du travail imprévisible », la « complexité administrative », ces « préjugés défavorables à la France », selon cette ancienne haute fonctionnaire, passée de l'Assistance publique - Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) à la Caisse des dépôts et consignations (CDC), l'un des bras armés financiers de l'État dans le secteur privé, et qui connaît bien le « monde de l'entreprise » pour avoir été directrice des divisions clients chez Faurecia, un équipementier automobile.
L'Élysée multiplie les effets d'annonce en se réjouissant, mi - janvier 2022, des projets de vingt et une entreprises étrangères en France représentant 4 milliards d'investissements. Derrière les discours du président sur la « souveraineté économique », aucun changement de politique à l'horizon. Manifestement, Mme Pannier-Runacher s'en satisfait : « En 2017, quand Emmanuel Macron arrive, un million d'emplois industriels net ont été supprimés entre 2000 et 2016. Par notre action, notamment vis-à-vis des investisseurs étrangers, on recrée de l'emploi industriel avec 37 000 emplois industriels net créés. » Le renversement de tendance apparaît bien modeste.
Et ce bilan suscite une réponse cinglante du député Marleix : « La réponse par l'"attractivité" recherchée auprès d'investisseurs étrangers, qui est l'alpha et l'oméga de la politique d'Emmanuel Macron, si elle facilite une augmentation de capital à un moment donné, entraîne aussi une perte de contrôle à terme. » Politiquement, ce thème des investissements étrangers est aujourd'hui sensible pour le président français : lorsqu'il était ministre de l'économie, M. Macron a en effet autorisé de nombreuses opérations de rachat de groupes français par des entreprises étrangères. Au - delà du cas emblématique d'Alstom (3), on peut citer le parapétrolier Technip, vendu à l'américain FMC, le cimentier Lafarge au suisse Holcim, ou encore le groupe de télécommunications Alcatel-Lucent au finlandais Nokia. À chaque occasion, ces opérations ont été présentées par l'État et le ministre comme des « mariages entre égaux ». En réalité, ces fusions se sont apparentées à des prédations.
Au point que, depuis deux ans, le gouvernement s'est décidé à élargir le « décret Montebourg », qui, en 2014, avait ouvert la voie au contrôle des investissements étrangers en soumettant à l'aval de Bercy des opérations visant des acteurs de secteurs stratégiques comme la défense, la sécurité, l'eau, l'énergie ou les transports. Désormais, l'aérospatiale, l'hébergement de données, la presse, la sécurité alimentaire, les technologies quantiques, le stockage d'énergie et les biotechnologies relèvent de ce décret.
Malgré ces nouvelles dispositions, la logique des effets d'annonce semble primer sur toute stratégie de fond. « Le gouvernement ne semble pas savoir ce qui est vraiment sensible : pourquoi bloque-t-on le rachat de Carrefour [par le groupe québécois Couche-Tard] et pas celui de Linxens ? [entreprise spécialisée dans les semi-conducteurs, rachetée par un groupe chinois en 2018], s'interroge ainsi Mme Claude Revel, ancienne déléguée interministérielle à l'intelligence économique, entre 2013 et 2015. Notre souveraineté n'est que défensive alors qu'il faudrait financer beaucoup plus nos pépites souveraines et l'innovation stratégique (4). » Après nous avoir vanté le bilan du gouvernement, la ministre Pannier - Runacher concède ainsi : « L'investissement productif est notre point faible. » Elle précise : « Le plan de relance ne permet pas de financer des entreprises en difficulté. »
La presse libérale dénonce une « nouvelle pensée unique »
Dans cette bagarre internationale où tous les coups sont permis, y compris entre « alliés », la France s'est peu à peu désarmée sur le plan industriel, préférant miser depuis trente ans sur une « économie de services ». M. Marleix se souvient des propos tenus au début des années 1990 par un collaborateur de l'ex - ministre socialiste de l'industrie puis de l'économie Dominique Strauss - Kahn : « L'industrie, c'est fini, la mondialisation appelle la spécialisation des économies, nous devons devenir une économie de services, comme l'ont fait les Anglais avec la finance. »
Depuis le début de la pandémie de Covid-19, changement de discours : en novembre 2021, les responsables politiques s'affichent ainsi en nombre au salon du made in France qui s'est tenu à la porte de Versailles, à Paris. En guise de stratégie pour le pays, chacun y va de son image symbolique. Le magazine économique Challenges, particulièrement libéral, s'inquiète ainsi d'une « nouvelle pensée unique ». Même M. Yannick Jadot, candidat écologiste à la présidentielle, évoque les questions industrielles : « La souveraineté de la France est au coeur de mon projet. On ne peut pas être aussi dépendant stratégiquement d'un pays comme la Chine, dont on sait que c'est la pire dictature au monde aujourd'hui (5). »
Un temps engagé dans cette élection, M. Arnaud Montebourg reste décidé à faire de la souveraineté industrielle l'une des thématiques du débat : « Nous refuserons les règles européennes absurdes et intrusives qui nous empêchent de financer et d'utiliser la commande publique », annonce l'ancien ministre (6). Un discours qui se rapproche de la volonté ancienne de M. Jean-Luc Mélenchon de désobéir à l'Union européenne pour restaurer l' « indépendance de la France ». De l'autre côté du spectre politique, M. Éric Zemmour, le candidat d'extrême droite, prétend vouloir lutter contre le « grand déclassement » et commence à se former aux dossiers industriels en écoutant les conseils amicaux de M. Loïk Le Floch-Prigent, proche de l'ancien président François Mitterrand et ancien patron du géant de la chimie Rhône-Poulenc, puis du groupe pétrolier Elf Aquitaine.
« Les Chinois ont compris qu'il fallait produire pour être respecté »
Dans son clip de candidature, M. Zemmour n'a pas hésité à intégrer des images du Concorde ou du train à grande vitesse (TGV), deux réalisations industrielles qui ont fait la fierté de la France. On retrouve ces deux références dans le clip de M. Macron annonçant son « plan "France 2030" », accompagnées d'images du paquebot France et de la construction de centrales nucléaires. Conscient de sa fragilité dans le domaine, le président français prévoit ainsi 30 milliards d'euros d'investissements pour « faire émerger dans notre pays et en Europe les champions de demain » dans plusieurs domaines prioritaires : les composants électroniques, les « avions bas carbone », les biomédicaments, l'exploration des fonds marins, la sécurisation de l'accès aux matières premières stratégiques... Face à l'étendue des enjeux, les 30 milliards d'euros semblent peu de chose. Depuis sept ans, la Chine a investi plus de 180 milliards de dollars (160 milliards d'euros) dans le secteur des semi-conducteurs. Le président Xi Jinping a annoncé, en 2020, vouloir investir dans les six prochaines années 1 400 milliards de dollars dans les technologies stratégiques. De son côté, la Corée du Sud prévoit d'investir jusqu'à 450 milliards de dollars dans les semi-conducteurs durant les dix prochaines années.
Le président français sait que ses opposants comptent expliquer ses difficultés à relancer l'emploi industriel en rappelant ses états de service comme ancien banquier d'affaires. En imposant cet été à Électricité de France (EDF) le rachat à General Electric des anciennes activités nucléaires d'Alstom, notamment les turbines Arabelle qui équipent les réacteurs EPR, l'Élysée a abattu sa première carte (7). Et celle-ci est un atout majeur tant l'entreprise Alstom est devenue un symbole de la désindustrialisation du pays. M. Macron s'est déplacé récemment à Belfort pour marquer le coup et retourner le symbole à son avantage. L'opération de rachat coûtera finalement plus de 1 milliard d'euros au groupe public EDF. Or est-il bien utile de racheter aujourd'hui cette technologie, si les brevets ont pu être copiés entre-temps par les Américains comme par les Chinois ?
Alstom est devenue l'illustration du déclassement industriel de la France. « La vente d'Alstom, c'est une catastrophe ! » Cette phrase est de Mme Édith Cresson. Première ministre en 1991 et 1992, l'ancienne responsable socialiste a également été ministre du redéploiement industriel dans les années 1980 et maire de Châtellerault, une ville accueillant de nombreuses usines. Elle se souvient de ses difficultés quand elle était en poste : « Les énarques disaient : "L'industrie, c'est fini, maintenant c'est les services." C'est totalement stupide. Un pays qui veut être indépendant a besoin d'avoir sa propre industrie. Pour les énarques, l'industrie c'était quelque chose de sale, avec des ouvriers ! Or services et industries, ça fonctionne ensemble. Les Chinois ont d'ailleurs compris qu'il fallait produire pour être respecté. »
À ses débuts, l'entreprise Alsthom (devenue Alstom en 1998) est un joyau. Ferroviaire, turbines hydrauliques, turboalternateurs, grands réseaux électriques : le conglomérat, qui s'appelait la Compagnie générale d'électricité (CGE), intervient, après 1945, dans tous les domaines et assure la souveraineté industrielle d'un pays tout juste sorti de la seconde guerre mondiale. À l'image d'autres conglomérats étrangers, comme Siemens en Allemagne, General Electric aux États-Unis (8), les keiretsu au Japon ou, plus tard, les chaebol en Corée du Sud, notamment Samsung (9). Dès les années 1920, Pierre Azaria, le fondateur de la CGE, estime que « la concentration des industries françaises est la seule réponse possible à la puissance des firmes américaines et allemandes dont l'entente fait peser une grave menace sur l'indépendance des États (10) ».
Dans les années 1970, la CGE fusionne avec les Chantiers de l'Atlantique de Saint-Nazaire, d'où est sorti le paquebot France. C'est l'époque des grands programmes industriels suscités par les pouvoirs publics, celle de la France conquérante des « trente glorieuses ». Au début des années 1980 advient la consécration : les rames de TGV sortent des ateliers Alsthom, et si la CGE, associée à General Electric, n'a pas été retenue pour la construction de nouveaux réacteurs nucléaires (confiés à Framatome et à l'américain Westinghouse), l'entreprise récupère le quasi-monopole de la fabrication des turboalternateurs pour centrales nucléaires. La CGE, rebaptisée Alcatel Alsthom, rachète ensuite les actifs télécommunications de l'américain International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT). Le groupe français est au faîte de sa gloire, mais il va être très rapidement dépassé par les nouveaux géants technologiques de la Silicon Valley. En 1995, le polytechnicien Serge Tchuruk prend la tête du conglomérat, poussé par l'ancien patron de la CGE Ambroise Roux, l'un des « parrains » du capitalisme français d'après-guerre. Il entame la dislocation financière du groupe : Alstom et Alcatel sont séparés. M. Tchuruk se gargarise alors de la stratégie de la « fabless » (contraction de « fabrication » et de less [« moins »]), c'est-à-dire une société sans usines, qui sous-traite l'intégralité de sa production. Alcatel, qui détenait près d'une centaine de sites, dont une vingtaine en France, souhaite ne plus en posséder qu'une douzaine. C'est le début de la fin. En 2014, Alstom est vendu à General Electric. Un an après, Alcatel-Lucent passe sous la coupe du finlandais Nokia.
« L'ambition n'existe plus dans le système politique et bancaire français »
Dans l'entre-soi du capitalisme parisien, de nombreux acteurs ont alors profité de cette vente d'Alstom à General Electric (pour 12,35 milliards d'euros). Une situation ancienne : « Lorsque le général de Gaulle arrive au pouvoir en 1958, il porte une pensée de souveraineté », explique M. Christian Harbulot, spécialiste en intelligence économique et directeur de l'École de guerre économique à Paris. « Ceux qui ont flingué sa stratégie, c'est le capitalisme français et ses grands patrons qui n'ont pas voulu le soutenir dans sa démarche », assure-t-il. Cinquante ans plus tard, à l'époque du capitalisme néolibéral, toute ingérence de l'État est considérée comme une hérésie, tant par les médias que par les hauts fonctionnaires de Bercy et par l'Union européenne. Peu importe si le groupe en question bénéficie, en grande partie, de commandes publiques : « L'élite qui entoure Macron ne croit plus que la France peut avoir une politique qui assure son indépendance. L'ambition n'existe plus dans le système politique et bancaire français », juge M. Marleix, qui a saisi, en 2019, le parquet national financier en dénonçant dans la vente d'Alstom à General Electric un éventuel « pacte de corruption ». M. Montebourg, lui, a expliqué que « tout Paris a été loué ».
Pour le député LR comme pour l'ex-ministre socialiste, cette vente a d'abord permis aux avocats, banquiers d'affaires et communicants de la place de Paris de « se gaver ». Côté Alstom, on compte dix cabinets d'avocats, deux banques conseils (Rothschild & Co, Bank of America Merrill Lynch) et deux agences de communication (DGM et Publicis). Côté General Electric, deux banques conseils (Lazard, Crédit suisse), l'agence de communication Havas et de nombreux cabinets d'avocats. Dans cet entre-soi, si une personne connaît tout le monde, c'est bien M. Macron.
À l'époque, le président-directeur général (PDG) d'Alstom Patrick Kron, d'abord, est un proche de M. David de Rothschild, le patron de la banque d'affaires. Par ailleurs, deux autres personnalités de l'écosystème Rothschild à Paris sont des intimes de M. Macron, alors secrétaire général adjoint à l'Élysée : l'avocat d'affaires Jean-Michel Darrois, conseil d'Alstom à cette période, et M. Serge Weinberg, PDG de Sanofi, qui a accueilli M. Kron comme administrateur de son groupe pharmaceutique. À l'origine, M. Macron avait rencontré MM. Darrois et Weinberg à la commission pour la libération de la croissance française, dite « commission Attali », mise en place par le président Nicolas Sarkozy en 2007 (11). Et les deux hommes ont joué un grand rôle dans l'embauche de M. Macron à la banque Rothschild (12).
Mais l'entre-soi ne s'arrête pas là. M. Bernard Mourad, qui apportera un soutien actif à la campagne de M. Macron en 2017, deviendra le patron à Paris de Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Pour compléter le tableau, on peut aussi citer M. Pierre Donnersberg, patron de Siaci Saint Honoré, un puissant courtier en assurances sur la place de Paris et ami personnel de M. Kron. Lequel est présent quand, en juin 2016, ce patron reçoit la légion d'honneur des mains de M. Macron, alors ministre de l'économie. Des relations qui pèsent car c'est M. Donnersberg, via la Siaci, qui permettra au candidat Macron de boucler in extremis le budget de sa campagne, en lui trouvant un assureur pour débloquer plusieurs prêts bancaires à hauteur de 11 millions d'euros. Interrogé à propos de cette aide particulièrement bienvenue, M. Donnersberg assure que c'est « tout à fait par hasard », car il avait « croisé quelqu'un dans l'entourage de M. Macron à l'époque » qui lui avait parlé « des difficultés pour obtenir un crédit ».
La France exporte des pommes de terre et importe des chips
Désormais à l'Élysée, M. Macron change de registre. En septembre 2020, il nomme son allié politique, le centriste François Bayrou, haut-commissaire au plan. Ce dernier ne mâche pas ses mots quant à la désindustrialisation de la France : « Cet abandon ne vient plus aujourd'hui du coût de la main-d'oeuvre supposée trop chère en France, mais d'un état d'esprit », déclare-t-il. Ajoutant : « La désertion industrielle constitue une erreur fondamentale » (13).
Dans son récent rapport, le Haut-Commissariat au plan présente la « reconquête de l'appareil productif » comme la « bataille du commerce extérieur » : « Il nous apparaît que les produits de très haute technologie ne doivent pas être les seuls pris en compte dans notre stratégie nationale de reconquête. Nous avons analysé 914 postes de déficit commercial de notre pays, tous ceux dont le déficit s'affiche à plus de 50 millions d'euros en 2019, et on découvre alors les faiblesses françaises. Nombre [d'entre elles] s'apparentent aux déséquilibres économiques imposés aux pays en voie de développement. » En 2021, la France accuse un déficit commercial de 84,7 milliards d'euros, un record historique, du fait notamment de la hausse des importations en énergie et en produits manufacturés. D'autres exemples sont frappants : la France est le premier exportateur mondial de pommes de terre, mais le pays est gravement déficitaire en chips et en flocons de purée, entre autres produits transformés du même secteur agroalimentaire. Le Haut-Commissariat au plan déplore, par ailleurs, que « la France possédait de nombreuses marques et groupes d'électroménager qui ont accompagné le développement de la société de consommation des années 1960 et 1970, elle est désormais importatrice nette de ces équipements. Au total, notre déficit commercial sur les appareils ménagers a augmenté de près de 40 % depuis 2012, passant de 3,21 milliards à 4,46 milliards d'euros ».
Dans ce rapport, qui souligne que les parts de marché (à l'export) de la France au niveau mondial ont fondu de moitié, en passant de 6,3 % en 1990 à 3 % en 2019, un mot tabou est lâché : il s'agit de lancer une nouvelle « planification » de l'appareil productif. Ce mot avait été réintroduit dans le débat public, dès la présidentielle de 2017, par M. Mélenchon, qui en appelait à une « planification écologique ». Cinq ans plus tard, le candidat de La France insoumise souhaite créer une « agence pour les relocalisations », afin de « recenser les secteurs industriels indispensables à la souveraineté nationale et à la bifurcation écologique ». Il promet un plan d'investissements massifs « pour changer les modes de production » de 200 milliards d'euros (14).
Ces propositions pourraient séduire jusqu'au... Mouvement des entreprises de France (Medef). Récemment, M. Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, son président, regrettait qu' « on a[it] trop mondialisé » et qu' « on a[it] perdu le savoir-faire » d'un certain nombre de filières (15). L'entrepreneur souhaite désormais « garder une forme de souveraineté industrielle et économique ». Dans un livre récent (16), il écrit : « Il est par ailleurs un domaine majeur pour l'économie du XXIe siècle où la planification est absolument nécessaire, et qui est totalement absent de la politique économique du général de Gaulle : c'est celui de la transition climatique. (...) Ma réponse peut surprendre de la part d'un entrepreneur libéral, mais je pense que l'État n'est pas illégitime à planifier, au sens non pas de "faire à la place de", mais de celui de prévoir. » Décidément, au-delà de la pandémie, la rivalité entre la Chine et les États-Unis pousse les « décideurs » à repenser le rôle de l'État et du marché. Note(s) :
(1) « Reconquête de l'appareil productif : la bataille du commerce extérieur » (PDF), Haut-Commissariat au plan, Paris, 7 décembre 2021.
(2) Olivier Marleix, Les Liquidateurs. Ce que le macronisme inflige à la France et comment en sortir, Robert Laffont, Paris, 2021.
(3) Lire Jean-Michel Quatrepoint, « L'Europe en retard d'une guerre industrielle », Le Monde diplomatique, juin 2017.
(4) Challenges, Paris, 15 avril 2021.
(5) La Tribune, Paris, 8 septembre 2021.
(6) Le Journal du dimanche, Paris, 4 septembre 2021.
(7) Cf. « EDF s'apprête à racheter les activités nucléaires de GE », La Tribune, 27 août 2021.
(8) Lire Olivier Vilain, « Comment General Electric a réinventé le capitalisme américain », Le Monde diplomatique, novembre 2006.
(9) Lire Martine Bulard, « Samsung ou l'empire de la peur », Le Monde diplomatique, juillet 2013.
(10) Jacques Marseille (sous la dir. de), Alcatel Alsthom, histoire de la Compagnie générale d'électricité, Larousse, Paris, 1992.
(11) Lire Serge Halimi, « Jacques Attali, magicien », La valise diplomatique, 25 janvier 2008.
(12) L'Ambigu Monsieur Macron, Flammarion, Paris, 2015.
(13) Marianne, Paris, 6 novembre 2021.
(14) L'Avenir en commun, Seuil, Paris, 2021.
(15) « Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux face à Jean-Jacques Bourdin en direct », BFM TV, 6 mars 2020.
(16) Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, L'intendance suivra ! De Gaulle et l'économie, Robert Laffont, 2021.
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[WTS] [WTT] 1900 Exposition medal, Bulk foreign coins + some at spot!

Hey everyone, as usual, shipping is with CanadaPost, I accept trades, crypto, eTransfer and PPFF. If you also have a bunch of canadian forex id be glad to get it off your hands :))
To begin, a graded (CCCS) medal from the 1900 Universal Exposition, giving a gold medal award to the French delegation for their cream separator! Pretty cool (and odd) piece of history, asking 50$.
1 Pfennig 1901 E, found metal detecting somewhere but with XF details. 3$
16+ pounds of foreign coins, interesting mix overall. -160$
161 Victorian Pennies, dates ranging from 1860-1901, most seem to be F-VF. unchecked for varieties or key dates, please help me get rid of them lol - 235$
8 pounds of U.K. coins, varying conditions. Basically everything which isn't silver and ranging from 1937-1970 goes in the bin lol. Lots of farthings, crowns and UNC coins. Take it all and I'll throw in some UK banknotes. - 120$
10.2 Pounds of pure nickel coins. since melt is at 10.281$ / pound, 105$ will take this lot. Lots of rarer french and dutch coins included. SOLD
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Weekly Market Analysis: 21 November 2022

What happened in the market last week?

Last Week Market Pair Changes

The market only moved a little last week, as even US statistics such as PPI and retail sales failed to drive the market significantly. Only oil is moving due to concerns about weakening demand in China, the world's largest oil importer, and the US Federal Reserve raising future interest rates, which pulled oil prices lower.
(All data taken from MT4 VT Markets)

What to focus on this week?

The RBNZ interest rate hikes continued in October, with the bank raising its official cash rate by 50bps. This is the fifth half-point rate hike and follows a string of strong economic reports from New Zealand showing that domestic activity has been strengthening. Will they increase by another 75bps this time as forecasted?
Meanwhile, here's what to expect for the week ahead:
RBNZ Rate Statement
The RBNZ raised its official cash rate to 3.5% in its October meeting, a level not seen since April 2015. Analysts forecast another 75bps hike for this round.
Domestic activities may have been stronger in Q3 2022, as supported by a better employment rate. However, its economy needs to be out of the inflation woods as spending on durable goods continues to fall.
French Flash Services PMI
France Services PMI was revised to 51.7 in October from a flash estimate of 51.3 but down from 52.9 in September.
The level of business confidence declined to its lowest level in almost two years. This reflects concerns over the possibility of persistently high inflation and a drop in investment appetite.
German Flash Manufacturing and Services PMI
Germany's Manufacturing PMI declined to 45.1 in October 2022 from a preliminary of 45.7, pointing to a fourth month of falling factory activity and the biggest contraction since May 2020.
The Services PMI was revised higher to 46.5 in October from a preliminary estimate of 44.9, compared to the previous 28-month low of 45.0.
Analysts expect the Flash Manufacturing PMI to improve to 45.9 and Services PMI reading to 47.5.
UK Flash Manufacturing and Services PMI
UK Manufacturing PMI was revised higher to 46.2 in October from a preliminary estimate of 45.8. It still points to the steepest pace of contraction since May 2020.
UK Services PMI was revised higher to 48.8 in October from a preliminary of 47.5, the first overall decline in output since February 2021.
Analysts expect both Flash Manufacturing and Services PMI to be at 47.2.
US Flash Services PMI
US Services PMI was revised to 47.8 in October from a preliminary estimate of 46.6 compared with 49.3 in the previous month.
We can expect the US Flash Services reading to be better at 49.3.
FOMC Meeting Minutes
The Fed increased the target range for the federal funds rate by 75bps to 3.75%-4% in November, pushing borrowing costs to a new high since 2008.
The Fed aims to attain a stance of monetary policy to return inflation to 2%.

Technical Analysis 21 November 2022


Last week we expected that gold might move to reach our resistance level at $1,806 but could not push through. Gold moved in a short range and closed the week at $1,750.
On the weekly timeframe, we can see that the Stochastic Indicator shows a strong higher movement. Gold price is moving above the 20 and 200-period moving averages but cannot break above the 50-period moving average.
Our Weekly resistance levels are at $1,830 and $1,878, with the support levels at $1,743 and $1,688.
On the daily timeframe, the Stochastic Indicator exits the overbought level with the potential of moving lower. Meanwhile, the price is still moving above the 20 and 50-period moving averages and breaking back below the 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels are at $1,806 and $1,873, with the support levels at $1,728 and $1,696.
Conclusion: With only PMI data for this week and FOMC Meeting minutes for release, we expect that gold might move lower for the week, trying to break our support levels and touch our weekly 20-period moving average at $1,716.


Last week, we expected EURUSD to rise higher and reach our weekly 50-period moving average and daily 200-period moving average. EURUSD moved higher but could not reach our weekly 50-period moving average.
Meanwhile, the Stochastic Indicator is progressively rising on the weekly timeframe, indicating that upward movement is trying to continue. The price continues to trade below the 50, and 200-period moving averages and moving above the 20-period moving average.
Our Weekly resistance levels are now at 1.0547 and 1.0780, with the support levels at 1.0037 and 0.9869.
On our daily timeframe, we can see that our stochastic indicator is exiting the overbought level. Price is moving back below the 200-period moving averages, but it is moving above the 20 and 50-period moving averages.
Our Daily resistance levels are now at 1.0365 and 1.0484, while the support levels are at 1.0258 and 1.0121.
Conclusion: With some services and manufacturing PMI data from the Eurozone, the EURUSD might move lower to touch back our weekly 20- period moving average at 1.0119, which means breaking all our support levels.


Last week, we expected that DJ30 would move higher to our daily resistance level before moving slightly lower. DJ30 has been moving flat for the whole last week.
On the Weekly timeframe, we can see that the Stochastic Indicator is inside the overbought level and starting to cross. The price is now above all the 20, 50 and 200-period moving averages.
Our Weekly resistance levels are now at 34785 and 35627, with the support levels at 32194 and 31171.
On our daily timeframe, we can see that our stochastic indicator is moving out from the overbought level and starting to move lower. The price is moving above the 20, 50 and 200-period moving averages.
Our Daily resistance levels are at 34188 and 34796, while the support levels are at 32486 and 31790.
Conclusion: With little vital data for this week, markets are waiting for the FOMC Meeting minutes to be released. We expected that DJ30 would move to our weekly 20 and 50-period moving averages at 32531.


Last week, we expected the USOUSD to rise to our daily resistance levels of 89.95 and 92.20. Unable to do so, USOUSD (WTI) fell last week after Concerns over falling demand in China, the world's largest oil importer, and future interest rate increases by the US Federal Reserve drove oil prices lower. USOUSD closed the week at 80.11.
On the Weekly timeframe, we can see that the Stochastic Indicator is still rising but starting to cross below. The price is moving below the 20 and 50-period moving averages while above the 200-period moving average.
Our Weekly resistance levels are at 85.07 and 92.81, with the support levels at 76.09 and 70.11.
On our daily timeframe, we can see that our stochastic indicator is moving near the oversold level while the price moves back below the 20, 50 and 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels are 81.52 and 85.73, while the support levels are 76.09 and 72.86.
Conclusion: We are expecting good news from China. We expect the USOUSD to keep moving lower to reach our daily support at 81.50.


Last week, we expected that NAS100 would continue increasing to reach our daily and weekly resistance levels. But the price was moving flat and only closed the week at 11687.
On the Weekly timeframe, we see the Stochastic Indicator moving higher. The price is still moving below the 20 and 50 moving averages and breaking above the 200-period moving average.
Our Weekly resistance levels are at 12159 and 12714 (50-period moving average), with the support levels at 11575 and 11057.
Our daily timeframe shows that our stochastic indicator also moves lower after exiting the overbought level. Price is still moving above the 20 and 50-period moving averages but below the 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels are at 12179 and 12575, while the support levels are at 11314 and 10902.
Conclusion: With little important data for this week, markets are waiting for the FOMC Meeting minutes to be released. We expected that NAS100 would continue to move lower before going back up.


Last week, we expected GBPUSD to rise higher to reach our daily resistance level at 1.2000 and was able to do so because of the UK CPI data.
On the Weekly timeframe, we can see that the Stochastic Indicator is inside the oversold level and preparing to cross lower. The price still moves above the 20-period moving average but below the 50, and 200-period moving averages.
Our Weekly resistance levels are at 1.2099 and 1.2279, with the support levels at 1.1406 and 1.1074.
We can see that our stochastic indicator is now exiting the overbought level on the daily timeframe. Price is moving above the 20 and 50-period moving averages, but it is still below the 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels are at 1.2000 and 1.2250, while the support levels are at 1.1711 and 1.1468.
Conclusion: For this week, we can see that GBPUSD might move lower because of little data. We expect GBPUSD to move lower to reach our daily support level of 1.1711.

USD Index

Last week, we expected that USD Index might move lower to reach our support level and daily 200-period moving average at 105.47. The USD Index fell slightly, was rejected by our daily 200-period moving average, and closed at 106.85.
On the Weekly Time Frame, we see that the Stochastic Indicator is moving lower, entering the oversold level. Price is moving below the 20-period moving average but still above the 50 and 200-period moving averages.
Our Weekly resistance levels are 107.94 and 109.94, with the support levels at 104.81 and 101.62.
Meanwhile, the Stochastic Indicator exited the oversold level on the daily timeframe. Price is now trading below the 20 and 50-period moving averages but remains above the 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels at 108.20 and 109.23, with the support levels at 105.47 and 104.50.
Conclusion: With the lack of essential data this week, the market's focus is now on FOMC meeting minutes, which will show the importance of recent data. We expect that USD Index to increase to reach our weekly resistance level of 107.94.


Last week we expected to see USDJPY move lower to reach our daily support levels at 137.53 and 135.82. USDJPY reached our 1st daily support resistance at 137.53 before closing the week at 140.36.
On the Weekly timeframe, we can see that the Stochastic Indicator is moving lower, strongly entering the oversold level. The price moves at the 20-period moving average but remains above the 50 and 200-period moving averages.
Our Weekly resistance levels are at 140.33 and 145.15, with the support levels at 133.39 and 130.80.
On the daily timeframe, the stochastic indicator exits the oversold level. Price is moving below the 20 and 50-period moving averages but above the 200-period moving average.
Our Daily resistance levels are 141.50 and 145.02, while the support levels are 137.53 and 135.82.
Conclusion: With the the lack of essential data this week, the market's focus is now on FOMC meeting minutes, which will show the importance of recent data. We expected that USDJPY would move higher this week and try to reach our daily resistance level at 141.50 before returning lower.
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France long stay visa rejected - how to appeal?

I recently applied for a long stay visa (more than 3months-up to a year) for France through TLS Contact. I am a US citizen, with a UK resident/long stay work visa so I applied from the UK. I have no friends or family in France.
For my documents, I included everything that was asked including
My rejection letter was marked 6: les informations communiquees pour justifier l'objet et les conditions du sejour envisage sont incompletes et ou ne sont pas fiables or in English, the information provided to justify the purpose and conditions of the planned stay are incomplete and or are unreliable.
What could be the reason for the rejection? I know I can appeal by writing a letter to the French Commission but I'm looking for recommendations or ideas on how to make my case stronger.
Some ideas I have to include in my appeal include
Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

EDIT: For anyone following this thread, I received a response from the French consulate regarding the bilateral agreement between US and France.
According to Schengen Regulations, one is not allowed to stay more than 90 days per 180 day period in the Schengen area. However, there is a bilateral agreement between France and the US by exchange letters (March 16-31 mars 1949), which allows American citizens to stay in France 90 days over 180 days, irrespective of the stays already made in other Schengen countries.
American nationals may travel to France for a maximum of 3 months per 6 month period without a visa, regardless of stays already made in other Schengen countries. In other terms, an American national can stay 3 months in France, then go to Spain for 3 months, then back to France for 3 months followed by a 3 month stay in Germany and again back to France for 3 months and so on.
Please note that this agreement has been made before the Schengen agreement. Today, as there is no more border control between the Schengen countries, it is very difficult to determine how long a person has stayed in France bringing about hurdles even entry refusal on French soil. Indeed, whilst the above bilateral agreement has not officially been revoked, the French Border Police has sole authority on deciding whether to allow or refuse entry into France.
If you have not used your 90 day credit in France (stays in other Schengen countries do not count with reference to the above bilateral agreement), you might be allowed back into France. Advisable to have evidence of your previous stays in the Schengen area covering the last 6 months (hotels, train tickets etc) + to keep an agenda of some sort to be able to show your stays within the Schengen area should evidence be requested by Police / Customs when crossing borders.

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TW:transphopia Some transphobic web conferences will take place soon and my mind is obsessing about it

I'm in a very supportive family. And when I did my coming out I did not receive any bad reactions. I came out like 3 months ago to my extended family. For contexte even though my extended family is from christian confession it did not generate any bad reactions. This weekend my mum shared with me that on of my uncle told her that he will be following next Thursday a web about trans people, and invited my parents to come at their (my uncle and my aunt, his wife) home to see it with them. My mum didn't feel like going because she was afraid it could be from an unsupportive perspective and not knowing how to handle it, her fear was due notably to the fact it was organized by a french Christian group, "famille chretienne". My uncle told her that he found that conference and since my coming out he wanted to learn more about trans people, and saw that as an opportunity I don't believe he has any ill intent.
Since I was worried it could be effectively be a misinformed web conference I asked my mum if she knew more and she told me it was about the the release of a book "Masculin/Féminin confusion dans le genre" witch translate by "Masculinity/femininity confusion in gender" which was confirming my, and my mum's, fears. And so looked to more in depth about that book and found out it was about "supporting" youth by telling them not to be trans. And so I asked my mum to tell him that's its not a fiable information source and explain to them why my parents won't follow this conference, which she will. But since then I can not stop thinking about it. Looking stuff about the people that will give the conference. And find more horrible stuff. And so for all horrible thing I try to look for a solid refutation of it. But it is eating my mind from the inside and my mind can't seem to be able to stop. Anyone of you, who may already have face a similar situation, have any tips to change my minds focus? Because it's unbearable
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