France enacts lockdowns due to 'climate change'

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The Gironde department within the Bordeaux region of France banned all outdoor public events on June 17 in a response to an ongoing heatwave.

The lockdown also includes indoor venues without air conditioning and has affected all large public gatherings. Cancelled events range from concerts to a planned June 18 “Resistance” celebration honoring Charles de Gaulle’s call for France to resist the Nazis. Exceptions to the ban will be made for weddings.

The push for governmental control in response to a heatwave have mirrored the lockdowns placed on the French people due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, French President Emmanuel Macron ordered severe and strict lockdowns over the virus. The lockdowns lead to unprecedented protests and riots in response.

In July of 2021, Macron announced that the country would require vaccine passports and embraced an alarmism that lasted through the omicron variant. At the same time, as the New York Times reports, President Macron was positioning France to be a “a global champion in the fight against climate change.”

In the summer of 2021, Macron and the French National Assembly passed a bill that “would require more vegetarian meals at state-funded canteens, block expansion of France’s airports and curb wasteful plastics packaging.”

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