France is ready to deploy tens of thousands of police in anticipation for a fifth round of the Yellow Vest protests that have swept the nation since mid-November.
In Paris alone, 8,000 police will ready themselves to face the next round of uprising on Saturday from a French public who has become increasingly dissatisfied with the Macron government and its willingness to tax and move forward with globalist policy without public consent.
The chief of police in Paris is highly concerned about violent groups infiltrating the protests and is prepared to have police guarding landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe and prevent people getting close to the presidential palace.
“We need to be prepared for worst-case scenarios,” police chief Michel Delpuech told RTL radio, according to Reuters.
And to make matters worse for the Macron government (much worse), a group of French military generals have written his administration an open letter accusing the President of “treason” for placing his signature on the UN migration pact.
The letter accuses Macron of being “guilty of a denial of democracy or treason against the nation” for signing the pact without putting it to the people.