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Good news from France

27 Mar

The National Front made big gains, and even eclipsed the Socialists, in local elections.

Naturally, the Establishment is panicked:

the Speaker of the European Parliament has ordered a fraud investigation, accusing the National Front of siphoning off the assistants’ salaries to finance its political campaigns in France.

[…]

National Front leader Marine Le Pen simply shrugged off the charges as political hatchet jobs ordered by the French Socialist prime minister.

As a defence, it’s thin, but apparently enough as the French electorate seems quite indifferent to the charges: last week the National Front picked up 25 per cent of the vote, its highest score ever in local elections.

One reason for the public’s indifference may be that the French public believes that all politicians are guilty of similar misbehaviour.

No doubt. The voters are smarter than the Establishment wishes.

They know the E.U.’s actions are politically motivated, and don’t buy into them.

In two years all the ministerial jobs will be up for grabs.

The nightmare scenario for many mainstream politicians is that in an atmosphere of a pox on all their houses, the National Front might be in the running for many of them, including the top job of all — president of France.

Great! Vive la France!

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12 responses to “Good news from France

  1. Eric

    March 28, 2015 at 2:55 am

    Libertie, equalitie e fraternatie! Vive la France!

    I predicted this would happen shortly after the Charlie Hebo attack. The French have had enough of these prog bastards and the disasters they’ve inflicted on the country.

    The media won’t report it either, but Putin’s popularity in France is higher than most of their own leaders. This really could be the beginning of a major shift in Western Europe; because most people in Western Europe are tired of Leftist policies, which they equate with Anglo-American Cultural Imperialism.

     
  2. ray

    March 28, 2015 at 4:23 am

    “Libertie, equalitie e fraternatie!”

    Liberty = Ms. Starbucks, Equality is a lie and a shackle, and Fraternity means masonic nepotism.

    Cheers.

     
  3. infowarrior1

    March 29, 2015 at 5:21 am

    I wonder if the French will repudiate the French Revolution?

     
  4. Will S.

    March 29, 2015 at 7:46 am

    At this point, not likely.

    Perhaps one day, but I won’t hold my breath.

    As with most Americans, their patriotism includes republicanist ideology.

     
  5. electricangel

    March 29, 2015 at 5:31 pm

    @Infowarrior

    I assume you are familiar with this article about the French Revolution? Well worth a read. It’s not often you read such excellent words as:

    There are two countries called France. One is the sluttish Republic – “Marianne” – the other is the timeless, civilised doyen of Christendom, the nation of Clovis and St Louis, of the Valois and Bourbon kings, the Catholic and monarchic civilisation that fell with Charles X in 1830 but still defiantly survives in many enclaves. That pulse will beat quietly today while the heirs of the sans-culottes strut their stuff, proclaiming French nationalism under the figurehead of a Hungarian president and his Italian wife.

    It is all hollow, even on their terms: the lodges and the heirs of the Jacobins have migrated to Brussels and are working on a more ambitious project, still aimed at the de-Christianisation of Europe and the elimination of freedom and tradition. France without its monarchy and the Church of which it was proudly termed the Eldest Daughter is a desert.

     
  6. electricangel

    March 29, 2015 at 5:32 pm

    @Will,

    Thanks for the good news. I ignore the mainstream media anymore and missed this.

     
  7. Will S.

    March 29, 2015 at 9:34 pm

    Hey EA, you’re welcome. Cheers!

     
  8. Will S.

    March 30, 2015 at 9:40 pm

    Meanwhile, in Germany, Pegida demonstrates against Islam, gay rights, and progressivism:

    https://reactionarythought.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/pegida-30-march-2015/

     

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