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It must be all the domestic extremists in the US that have 97% of the DGSE/I spooks nervous in France.

New research published by France’s Ecole de Guerre Economique has revealed some extraordinary findings about who and what the French intelligence services fear most when it comes to threats to the country’s economy.

The findings are based on extensive research and interviews with French intelligence experts, including representatives of spy agencies, and so reflect the positions and thinking of specialists in the under-researched field of economic warfare. Their collective view is very clear – 97 percent consider the US to be the foreign power that “most threatens” the “economic interests” of Paris.

No, wait, my bad. The Frogs are hoping mad about the empire’s belated, desperate unrestricted warfare against darn near everyone, especially its allies. This article partly explains why the usual suspects hated De Gaulle so. It ends with Henry Kissinger’s words, “to be an enemy of America can be dangerous, but to be a friend is fatal.” France is our oldest ally (friend); at least they’re waking up.