By now you should have already heard about the idea of the Mass Arrests. This idea that those that have conspired against Humanity over the years must be arrested, neutralized, tried and punished for the crimes they committed.
Drake has been talking about that for months now.
Benjamin Fulford talked about that a few years ago already.
Well even if it does not happen on a single day, which I believe, they will happen for sure gradually, over several days or months.
Conspirators from different horizons, political, financial, corporate will get sued.
And it seems that it has started recently in France.
Take a look at the post on RT.com entitled "French police raid home of former president Nicolas Sarkozy". I repost it below:
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy (AFP Photo/Lionel Bonaventure)
Police officers have carried out a number of raids in Paris - on the villa Nicolas Sarkozy shares with his wife Carla Bruni, on the law offices of the former president's attorneys and on the apartment provided to him by the government.
Judge Jean-Michele Gentil and financial police searched the Sarkozys’ villa Montmorency, located in the French capital's most luxurious district, the offices of Arnaud, Claude and Associates, in which Sarkozy is a shareholder, and an apartment given to the former president by the government.
The raids are reportedly linked to a campaign finance corruption scandal involving billionaire L’Oreal heiress Lilian Bettencourt.
Bettencourt, France’s richest woman, is alleged to have illegally contributed two payments of 400,000 euros each to Mr Sarkozy's 2007 election campaign, despite the fact the legal limit on individual donations being 4,600 Euro.
Both were traced to Swiss accounts, and one was allegedly received by Sarkozy in person in Paris, in return for offering the cosmetics magnate tax breaks once he came to power.
Numerous witnesses including a butler, nurse and chauffeur have described seeing Mr Sarkozy paying personal visits to the Bettencourt mansion in Neuilly-sur-Seine, the upmarket Paris suburb.
Sarkozy’s presidential immunity from prosecution expired on June 16th and his former budget minister Eric Woerth has already been charged with corruption.
This is just one of several cases Sarkozy may be investigated for, now that constitutional protection has been removed. He is also facing allegations that he profited from illegal arms sales to Pakistan, and that he accepted millions from former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
His lawyer Thierry Herzog said Sarkozy, who was defeated in his re-election bid in May by the Socialist Francois Hollande, is currently in Canada with his family.
Cameramen film on July 3, 2012 a woman entering the new offices of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris after French police searched the premises as part of their probe into claims the former president was involved in illegal political campaign financing. (AFP Photo/Kenzo Tribouillard)
Drake himself talks about it in the first 25mn of his last radio show appearance here.
What do you say?