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 Post subject: Re: Le Pen & France - the EU Globalists Attacking Her Campai
PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 10:56 pm 
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You ignorant far right fascists. The problem is not poor Muslim immigrants. So what if they're raping children and murdering Europeans on the streets? Who cares if they blow up the Louvre? The problem is racist white people. Burning down Notre Dame would not be a tragedy; a backlash against Muslims after they murdered a few thousand racists - that would be an atrocity. Right wingers exploiting a few thousand murders to get elected - that would be a catastrophe.

Obama, Merkle, and Hillary all agree the French made the right choice. Only a racist would think otherwise.

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 Post subject: Re: Le Pen & France - the EU Globalists Attacking Her Campai
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 7:41 am 
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EUBanana wrote:
Why do the French have so many civil wars?














Because every now and then they want to win one.

( Sorry LaPalice. :lol: )



That was mean....and Anglocentric. Are some kind of Francophobe? ;)

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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 10:25 am 
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Macron barely sworn in, already the EU is reminding him who is the prison bitch here.

http://www.politico.eu/article/commissi ... opean-act/

Of course, the Commission is 'only a civil service' as the brainwashed idiot Remoaners here argue. They don't seem to be serving, here.

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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 11:15 am 
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EUBanana wrote:
Macron barely sworn in, already the EU is reminding him who is the prison bitch here.

http://www.politico.eu/article/commissi ... opean-act/

Of course, the Commission is 'only a civil service' as the brainwashed idiot Remoaners here argue. They don't seem to be serving, here.



I noticed this line in the article from Commissioner Kastanien:

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He added that “the EU as a whole cannot afford to restrict public procurement,” and pushed instead for a “global public procurement system,” although he recognized that this was difficult to achieve.


So.....who will be running/overseeing this "global public procurement system" (in other words who awards the contracts?).
Might it be Kastanien or one of his cronies?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 1:15 pm 
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https://legalinsurrection.com/2018/11/l ... tion-poll/

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Le Pen party overtakes Macron in EU Election Poll

Posted by Vijeta Uniyal Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 7:00am

Marine Le Pen’s right-wing National Rally has overtaken French President Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche for the first time ahead of the next year’s EU Parliament elections. The latest poll numbers place France’s ruling centrist En Marche party at 19 percent, and the newly constituted National Rally — formerly the Front National — at 20 percent.

Together with other smaller parties, France’s nationalist bloc now has a combined support of 30 percent, a nine-percentage-point edge over President Macron’s En Marche, polling agency Ifop projects.

France’s ruling party’s plummeting poll numbers are linked to President Macron’s own dismal approval rating. Last week’s YouGov poll showed his popularity dropping to its lowest level since he took office eighteen months ago, with only 21 percent of the French voters supporting him. A series of high-profile scandals surrounding the presidency, along with high youth unemployment and rising cost of living have fueled popular discontent against the Macron administration.

French broadcaster EuroNews reported the latest polling results:

Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National (RN) has overtaken French president Emmanuel Macron’s La République En Marche! (LREM) party in an independent poll.

Polling agency Ifop asked 1,000 people how they would vote if the EU elections were held today.

It showed the RN rising from 17% at the end of August to 21% now, moving ahead of the LREM, on 20%, for the first time.

The RN’s 21%, together with the 7% of Nicolas Dupont-Aignan’s Debout La France (Stand up France) party and 1% each for Florian Philippot’s Les Patriotes and François Asselineau’s pro-“Frexit” Popular Republican Union gave 30% to far-right parties combined.


Le Pen’s surge in polls comes weeks after her National Rally formed a “Freedom Front” electoral alliance with Italy’s ruling Lega party. Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has also pledged his support to Le Pen’s anti-EU alliance.

In the current EU parliament, of the 751 seats, Le Pen-led parliamentary group the Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENP) has close to 30 members. The combined strength of right-wing parties critical of Brussels is estimated around 200 parliamentarians.

So far, the European political landscape has been dominated by pro-establishment conservatives — spearheaded by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic bloc — or the equally pro-EU Socialist parties. This election cycle, the EU ruling elite face stiff electoral challenge from anti-establishment parties from the right and left. Recent elections have seen the emergence of nationalist parties across the continent, with Germany’s AfD, Austria’s Freedom Party and Italy’s Lega managing to pull large number of voters away from the mainstream parties.

Video: Le Pen joins hands with Italy’s Salvini ahead of EU elections (October 208)



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I am not a far right sympathizer, more a leftist, but I don't know yet if I am going to vote for Dupont Aignan (they speak about him in the article, saying that he belongs to the far right), or for La France Insoumise, a party close to the Communist party.

So, even if again I don't like the far right, I would like to see them winning the European elections, at the European level I mean. That would be fun.


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LaPalice wrote:
So, even if again I don't like the far right, I would like to see them winning the European elections, at the European level I mean. That would be fun.


All a bit 1930...!

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LaPalice wrote:
So, even if again I don't like the far right, I would like to see them winning the European elections, at the European level I mean. That would be fun.


All a bit 1930...!

That is what Macron says. I see more that as a victory of the nations over globalism.

The comparison with 1930 does not really work, as the majority of the populist parties are not against democracy. In Italy, Salvini does not install dictatorship. Today, the threat against democracy comes more from the EU.


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LaPalice wrote:
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All a bit 1930...!

That is what Macron says. I see more that as a victory of the nations over globalism.

The comparison with 1930 does not really work, as the majority of the populist parties are not against democracy. In Italy, Salvini does not install dictatorship. Today, the threat against democracy comes more from the EU.


Well said. Up rep blocked by Nazis. :lol:

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