• Rich Kids Will Get An Extra Gift From Emmanuel Macron

    Article by Le Gorafi translated by Ey@el

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    Emmanuel Macron just signed controversial documents endorsing new regulations regarding the organisation of Christmas parties at Élysée Palace.

    The good news for all the kids attending Christmas celebrations at Élysée, whose parents have annual revenues of over € 150.000, is a PlayStation4 all bundled with the latest 20 games will be added to the many regular gifts handed out on the occasion. A little extra adding up to an already overloaded bag as Elysée declared that over 50 kg of goodies would be distributed to the children of their wealthy guests.

    Obviously the adjustments made by our head of state are not to everyone's liking. There was a great deal of protest against the weight reduction of the traditional candy given to the children of the poor going from 10 to 5 g. An even bitterer pill to swallow since on top of their 50 kg worth of goodies, rich kids will also have access to an all-you-can-eat buffet of candies and pastries.

    The French government addressed criticism by mentioning several actions in support of children from the poorest families who, this year, will be treated to a previously unseen clown show by Christophe Castaner and the opportunity to get closer to the walls of Élysée Palace to overhear the private concert of Kids United for rich kids only.

    Translated from French by Ey@el
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    • Christophe Castaner is a lawyer and French politician acting as spokesperson for the government of Édouard Phillippe and Secretary of State for Parliamentary Relations. He was also spokesperson for Emmanuel Macron during his campaign for the French presidency in 2017.
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