Coffins of ‘French soldiers in Ukraine’ left by Eiffel Tower as Macron promises to send ‘trainers’ there


ER Editor: We’re juxtaposing two French reports here which seem to go together for the orchestration of theatrics in our opinion. Nobody in their right mind would be announcing sending troops or ‘trainers’ to Ukraine (western powers were alleged to have already sent their troops quietly into Ukraine, provoking Putin), yet it’s pretty insistent news that Macron (‘Macron’) wants to do this. The report on this is further below.

First, some sort of Eiffel Tower stunt, which sits nicely with Macron’s declaration as a kind of counterpoint. Again, we think this is all orchestrated to wake up the French and westerners more generally. As Pepe Escobar recently noted —

Escobar: The West Is Hell-Bent On Provoking Russia Into Hot War

Juan O’Savin for a very long time has been saying that we need to reach a Cuban missile crisis moment or its equivalent. This, we believe, is what’s being drummed up. As well as jolting even more the sleeping French.


ER: Curiously, there only seems to be one publicized image of this ‘event’ (see our featured image).  Note the mention of the ‘unspecified foreign power’ LOL.

Coffins of ‘French soldiers in Ukraine’ left by Eiffel Tower (PHOTO)

An unspecified foreign power is reportedly suspected to be behind the macabre installation


Five life-size coffins draped with French flags and bearing the inscription “French soldiers in Ukraine” were found by the Eiffel Tower in Paris early on Saturday, according to local media reports.

Coffins of ‘French soldiers in Ukraine’ left by Eiffel Tower (PHOTO)

Three foreign nationals have been arrested in connection with the incident, AFP reported, citing police sources, while a “foreign power” is suspected to be behind the affair. One of the suspects, a Bulgarian national who drove the van carrying the coffins and the other suspects, was detained in the area shortly after the discovery was made. The driver claimed he was paid €40 ($43) to make the delivery.

Two others, said to be Ukrainian and German nationals, managed to flee the scene, yet were apprehended while attempting to board a train heading for Germany. Police believe three other foreign nationals were involved but apparently managed to escape the country.

Footage circulating online shows police officers inspecting the coffins lying by the side of a road. According to media reports, the caskets were effectively empty, with only some gypsum residue inside.

The French authorities have thus far provided no official information about the incident, the motives of the suspects, or which “foreign power” is suspected to be behind it. The macabre installation is thought to be a reference to the idea of deploying French soldiers to Ukraine to prop up Kiev in its fight against Moscow, an idea that French President Emmanuel Macron has mentioned on numerous occasions over the past few months.

Macron’s comments have elicited harsh criticism from Moscow, which has warned that such a step would amount to a serious escalation and bring an all-out confrontation between Russia and the West even closer. While foreign military personnel are already active in Ukraine and “have been there for a long time,” the official deployment of NATO boots on the ground would be “another step towards a serious conflict in Europe and a global conflict,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said earlier this week.



Macron sends military instructors to Ukraine in great secrecy

Macron has already sent French “instructors” to Ukraine behind our backs. It is the Ukrainian media that are talking about it. This communication is obviously led by France (Macron and Lecornu) and especially by the United States (CIA) and its armed wing NATO.


France secretly sends military instructors to Ukraine, with the support of the United States and NATO.

This was reported by People’s Deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko, a member of the Ukrainian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).

ER: full English text is below the tweet —

“The first group of French instructors is already on the way to Ukraine”: France is going to war against Russia The information, which had no longer been in doubt for several days, has just been confirmed on X by Kiev regime deputy Olekseiy Goncharenko. Whatever the Macronist camp and the media say, under the orders of a power that has completely lost touch with reality, Emmanuel Macron has just brought the country into war against Russia. Without the agreement of Parliament and by blatantly lying about the underlying reasons for a conflict which absolutely does not concern the French. The objective of the Head of State is now to create a “Coalition of the willing” – “Coalition of the willing” said George Bush when he attacked Iraq under an equally fallacious pretext – just to definitively drag the planet in a world war. To top it off, Emmanuel Macron is expected to make the official announcement during a speech during the commemorations of the 80th anniversary of the landings, on June 6. To which Zelensky – president without a mandate who came to power with the support of Banderists – is invited, but not Russia. So that everyone understands where the “values” that the new France defends are located.

And according to Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, NATO troops are already on the territory of Ukraine. She stressed that some countries are already training soldiers in Ukraine “at their own risk.”

Macron wants to form a European coalition of military instructors to send them to Ukraine. Consultations on this issue should be accelerated in order to make this statement during Zelensky’s visit to Normandy. This announcement was confirmed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Oleksandr Syrskyi. The news came after a video meeting with the Minister of the Armed Forces of the French Republic, Sébastien Lecornu.

“I am happy to welcome France’s initiative to send instructors to Ukraine to train Ukrainian soldiers. I have already signed documents which will allow the first French instructors to soon visit our training centers and familiarize themselves with their infrastructure and staff.”
Oleksandr Syrskyi on his Telegram

Along with Syrskyi, Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov also participated in the video meeting.

“I think that France’s determination will encourage other partners to join this ambitious project. I thanked the Minister for the friendly support of the French people and the military and economic assistance to Ukraine to repel Russian military aggression.”
Oleksandr Syrskyi

Earlier, the Telegraph reported that the ideas of French President Emmanuel Macron on the possible introduction of troops into Ukraine are not supported by either ordinary French people or political figures in the country – they fear the return of military service.**

**ER: It’s our hunch that this is the entire point.

Sending French and European instructors to Ukraine can take several weeks or even days. This was reported by French newspaper Le Monde, citing its own sources. “According to confirming sources, consultations on this issue should accelerate in the coming days to allow a possible declaration during the visit of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to France on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings on 6 and 7 June,” the article states.

“Macron wants to form a European coalition of military instructors in Ukraine. A few hundred specialists from several countries could ultimately be involved, in order to train deminers, or even, as the French side imagines, to help form a new motorized brigade.”

France is the first NATO country to send instructors to Ukraine.

“After the start of talks in March on the possibility of France deploying certain units of its armed forces in Ukraine, quite unexpectedly it was reported that this scenario had entered the implementation phase. Of course, we are not talking about combat units, but about instructors who will train Ukrainian servicemen on training grounds in Ukraine.

This was announced by the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Colonel-General Oleksandr Syrskyi, who noted that the relevant documents have already been signed and that the first French instructors will allow them “to soon visit our training centers. training and to become familiar with their infrastructure and staff.”

In summary, all this communication about the French troops (“instructors”…) already on their way to be deployed in Ukraine, was orchestrated by Macron and his defense minister Lecornu, and by the United States (and therefore certainly NATO) … And obviously without the French being kept informed, and the National Assembly being notified… This matter is EXTREMELY SERIOUS!

Article written based on tweets from John Galt on his X account (which we invite you to follow!). ER: This account, judging by the name and the topics covered, would appear to be white-hat affiliated.



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