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(04-24-2017 05:10 AM)Rossi Wrote:  
(04-24-2017 04:39 AM)Wreckingball Wrote:  Italy and France are part of EU since the 1958.
Italy is part of Schengen since 1990. France since 1985.
You don't need to be in EU to be in Schengen.
You don't need to be in EU to have open borders between neighboring countries.

Get your facts straight.

Everybody knows that. It doesn't change the fact that there were checkpoints at the border when you take route via E-80 to France. Does it? I want France to stay in EU and Schengen. Therefore, I want Macron to win.

Since majority of the French people will vote for Macron as well, he will be the President. Any more questions?

Macron will win the 2nd Round by about 60%+ of the vote however in doing so he will bury France. That E-80 might not be much good to you if the SHTF. My preference was Melenchon followed by Le Pen. That is not going to happen.

France is about to fall off the cliff.
04-24-2017 05:20 AM
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(04-24-2017 05:16 AM)Rawmeo Wrote:  Marine, while her program has good points, is in favor of "salary equality", which is a long-debunked myth. This means that we'll see 4th wave feminism if she gets elected.

Macron wants half of parliament to be female. That's Trudeau level bad.

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(04-24-2017 05:10 AM)Rossi Wrote:  
(04-24-2017 04:39 AM)Wreckingball Wrote:  Italy and France are part of EU since the 1958.
Italy is part of Schengen since 1990. France since 1985.
You don't need to be in EU to be in Schengen.
You don't need to be in EU to have open borders between neighboring countries.

Get your facts straight.

Everybody knows that. It doesn't change the fact that there were checkpoints at the border when you take route via E-80 to France. Does it? I want France to stay in EU and Schengen. Therefore, I want Macron to win.

Since majority of the French people will vote for Macron as well, he will be the President. Any more questions?

Well, you dont "know that" and I will quote you on that:
"There was always French/Italian control when you take the route via Sanremo to France." "After EU, there's almost no control whatsoever."
-1994, in EU, in Schengen. Still has "border controls". 2017, in EU, in Schengen. Still has border controls.

You can be in Schengen without being in the EU. You can have free trade and movement without being in EU, but apparently you are so brainwashed that you don't recognize that.

I just hope you enjoy your future gay president, and your daily dose of cultural enrichment. Perhaps the 5-10km line was a good price to pay against that.
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From my point of view, this outcome is still the "best" which could occur.

This way, the French had a Clear choice between being cucks or nationalists.
If they voted for Fillon / Le Pen, they still could have pretended to have a glimpse of wisdom.

When Macron is elected (let's be real, Le Pen won't make it) and helps transform France into an Islamist shithole, French people will deserve it.
When Terror attacks will become a daily occurence, they'll deserve it.
When their women will be raped in each dark alley, they'll deserve it.
When they'll beg for help and receive none, they'll deserve it.

I talked so many times to French people about immigration and its link to terrorism, what we could do to stop it...but NO they could never hear me out.
"Oh My God you're a Lepenist Latan?!?"
Well, here comes what you voted for, prepare the anal lube and enjoy it fully.

I'll still go vote Le Pen in the second round, hell we never know; maybe they'll blow up the Eiffel Tower before then.
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(04-24-2017 05:39 AM)Latan Wrote:  From my point of view, this outcome is still the "best" which could occur.

This way, the French had a Clear choice between being cucks or nationalists.
If they voted for Fillon / Le Pen, they still could have pretended to have a glimpse of wisdom.

When Macron is elected (let's be real, Le Pen won't make it) and helps transform France into an Islamist shithole, French people will deserve it.
When Terror attacks will become a daily occurence, they'll deserve it.
When their women will be raped in each dark alley, they'll deserve it.
When they'll beg for help and recieve none, they'll deserve it.

I talked so many times to French people about immigration and its link to terrorism, what we could do to stop it...but NO they could never hear me out.
Well, here comes what you voted for, prepare the anal lube and enjoy it fully.

Hey... at least they are not racists!
04-24-2017 05:42 AM
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Quote:I want France to stay in EU and Schengen. Therefore, I want Macron to win.

This is the typical caricature, Western European, feminine, uberliberal, short term, low iq thinking.

And I paraphrase:

"I don't care about French internal problems, or the future of France, all I want is super convenient access to French football games and wine sipping nightlife RIGHT NOW".

That the future of France is directly co-related to its wine sipping lifestyle does not compute in their air heads.

Western Europe is choke full of these geniuses... who are like a clockwork always first to perish when shit hits the fan.
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(04-24-2017 05:39 AM)Latan Wrote:  From my point of view, this outcome is still the "best" which could occur.

This way, the French had a Clear choice between being cucks or nationalists.
If they voted for Fillon / Le Pen, they still could have pretended to have a glimpse of wisdom.

I get what you are saying, but wasn't Hollande painful enough.

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(04-24-2017 04:55 AM)Transsimian Wrote:  
(04-24-2017 04:50 AM)Deluge Wrote:  Many of Melenchon's working class voters though are actually Arabs or Africans. His vote in some of the banlieue's in the Seine-Saint-Denis department north-east of Paris was as high as 45%. The question is whether these people would still turn out to vote against Le Pen considering Macron's neoliberal economic policy.

How put off are they by his homosexuality? Muslims tend to vote UK Labour despite them being extremely pro-gay.

Same deal in France but for the Socialists and Communists so I don't think that will matter.

(04-24-2017 05:04 AM)balybary Wrote:  Translated by google

Quote:Where did Macron and Le Pen achieve their best scores?

It was in Paris that Emmanuel Macron achieved his best performance, with 34.83% of the vote.

By mirror effect, it is in the capital that the candidate frontist gets its worst performance, with less than 5% (4.99%).

http://www.sudouest.fr/2017/04/24/carte-...8-6121.php

The votes for Macron, Fillon and Melenchon in the Ile-de-France region (i.e greater Paris) were all above the national average, and all 3 actually had their best results nationwide in different departments there. Macron in Paris city proper, Fillon in the western suburbs and Melenchon in the northern suburbs. Meanwhile Le Pen only got 12.57% across the whole region.

She did terribly in Britanny also, which is strange because it is the most homogeneous region in France and fairly rural. Head to head polls before the election showed Macron beating her there than by even more than Ile-de-France.
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(04-24-2017 05:39 AM)Latan Wrote:  From my point of view, this outcome is still the "best" which could occur.

This way, the French had a Clear choice between being cucks or nationalists.
If they voted for Fillon / Le Pen, they still could have pretended to have a glimpse of wisdom.

When Macron is elected (let's be real, Le Pen won't make it) and helps transform France into an Islamist shithole, French people will deserve it.
When Terror attacks will become a daily occurence, they'll deserve it.
When their women will be raped in each dark alley, they'll deserve it.
When they'll beg for help and receive none, they'll deserve it.

I talked so many times to French people about immigration and its link to terrorism, what we could do to stop it...but NO they could never hear me out.
"Oh My God you're a Lepenist Latan?!?"
Well, here comes what you voted for, prepare the anal lube and enjoy it fully.

I'll still go vote Le Pen in the second round, hell we never know; maybe they'll blow up the Eiffel Tower before then.

Facts: lot of peoples are voting for patriotic candidates

List of candidates with more than 1 million votes:

M. Emmanuel MACRON 8 528 585
Mme Marine LE PEN 7 658 990
M. François FILLON 7 126 632
M. Jean-Luc MÉLENCHON 7 011 856
M. Benoît HAMON 2 268 838
M. Nicolas DUPONT-AIGNAN 1 689 686
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If Macron wins then the UK will have a lot of problems and the entire West coast of France will be an absolute shit show. They're already coming back by the thousands to Calais after the police kicked them out but like moths to a flame they come and the charities and NGOs are helping them.

I think now with Erdogan in power the globalists can just wait it out a month before unleashing a tsunami of invaders into Europe.
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Le Pen's 18-24 vote was exactly the same as the average at 21% instead of exceeding it as expected.

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Too early to call anyone a clear winner.

France is not really a Presidential regime; actually it is written in our Constitution that the policies are chosen and implemented by the Prime Minister. And PM will be chosen after the Legislative, Parliamentary elections, in one month and a half...

And there is almost no way that Macron can win the Legislative elections, having no established party, no provincial candidates, no structure in the countryside. People in the provinces will vote as usual for their local LR, FN or PS candidates... so, at the end of the day, will Macron be able to govern with his own, what, 50 deputies?, PS' 80 deputies and a bunch of MechantCon's unstable deputies?

I myself think that the center-Right LR, will bounce back by winning the Parliamentary elections (edging the FN and Macron-PS), thus forcing Macron into a "cohabitation", meaning Macron will have almost no power, except dissolving the Assembly and controlling the army.

The fight is very much on, my friends! Macron will probably, horresco referens, win, but he can be foiled in June by a subsequent Legislative defeat. He would then be a Mitterand-cohabiting-with-Chirac powerless president.

Meanwhile, the islamists openly call for a Macron vote: https://twitter.com/TristanQM/status/856...85/photo/1
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(04-24-2017 04:24 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  
(04-24-2017 04:15 AM)Rossi Wrote:  
(04-23-2017 02:35 PM)Pointer Wrote:  The prospect of Frexit doesn't sit well with me so all I can say is: go Macron.

Exactly. I often to go to France for football matches, wine tasting and for other events, I don't really want France to exit from EU. That's gonna make so much harder for Italians to visit France. Border control, etc.

Plus, internal problems in France don't really interest me anyway. I hope Macron wins it.

What the fuck are you talking about?

Europeans could have easily traveled back and forth between the countries while the borders were intact and well-armed.

There were hardly any massive controls between some countries.

European youth did Interrail travel for weeks and months without any problem.

Now they have problems, because they risk getting raped, assaulted and otherwise enriched by your Muslim brothers in faith. Back 15-20 years ago you could send your daughter with a female friend on a trip across Europe.

The most they risked was pickpockets stealing their money, which resulted only in dad wiring them some more. Now the very same girls risk life, limb and mental sanity. That freedom is already gone.

Exactly, I'm old enough to actually remember those days. All my friends rode Eurorail (that's how it was called back then unless my memory is failing me) and the biggest hassle was that you 'may' have to show your passport before a border crossing. There were no long lines at the border, no cavity searches, no problems whatsoever. I hopped borders on a regular basis back then - taking weekend ski trips to Austria and France, don't remember being hassled near the border even once.

The increasing problem is that the newer generation, especially the millenials, do simply not know how it used to be back then, a mere 20 or 30 years ago. They probably think that we had to apply for a Visa just to head over to Paris or to Amsterdam, which is outright ridiculous. Several people I knew back then ventured into Amsterdam on a regular basis smuggling shitloads of pot in their car on the way back (no, it wasn't me - never been into drugs). Sometimes they got caught but the majority of the time they managed to slip through.

Therefore I simply cannot grasp why the older generations continue to support anti-nationalist pro-European candidates. You ask the average person over 40 on the street anywhere in Europe and they will outright admit that things were better for them economically before Schengen and the monetary union. But they keep voting for more of exactly that - cognitive dissonance par excellence.
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FN must use this info about the djihadis supporting Macron
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(04-24-2017 05:25 AM)Transsimian Wrote:  
(04-24-2017 05:16 AM)Rawmeo Wrote:  Marine, while her program has good points, is in favor of "salary equality", which is a long-debunked myth. This means that we'll see 4th wave feminism if she gets elected.

Macron wants half of parliament to be female. That's Trudeau level bad.

Ughhh.

Yet the mainstream media (even finance outlets like Seekingalpha and CNBC) keep calling Macron a "centrist" and like he's some sort of anti-establishment candidate. Total joke - talk about textbook 'controlled opposition.'

Meanwhile Le Pen is 'far right' despite essentially being a socialist economically Laugh

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(04-24-2017 05:47 AM)Gaston Wrote:  
Quote:I want France to stay in EU and Schengen. Therefore, I want Macron to win.

This is the typical caricature, Western European, feminine, uberliberal, short term, low iq thinking.

And I paraphrase:

"I don't care about French internal problems, or the future of France, all I want is super convenient access to French football games and wine sipping nightlife RIGHT NOW".

That the future of France is directly co-related to its wine sipping lifestyle does not compute in their air heads.

Western Europe is choke full of these geniuses... who are like a clockwork always first to perish when shit hits the fan.

Yeah.

I think we (meaning the slightly older Gen X/older Millenials) didn't quite get what has happened in terms of internationalition with the Millenials. Even something as innocuous as the boring Champions League, boring because there is no difference between an English team and a French team anymore, is a cultural indoctrination device. You couple it with cheap flights. The worst, those "fans" with a team in England, France, Italy, Spain and who will passionately debate the merits of each.

Then there is the proliferance of Erasmus, which sends millions from hipster area to hipster area.

People travel as much as they ever have, but it's from Neukolln to Williamsburg, essentially the same.

The EU have created this EU-jugend brigade of indoctrinated middle class youth.
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#sansmoile7mai on twitter is about the people who don't want to vote on the secound round

It can help MLP

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Macron is like a kid who try to look nice at the beginning, and when he feels comfortable, reveals himself as an annoying little brat

He already has a mini meltdown today because some journalists say that it's weird that he acts like he has already win


Quote:Emmanuel Macron s'est vivement agacé lorsque ce rapprochement a été fait avec le Fouquet's de Nicolas Sarkozy. Il a lancé, au micro Europe 1 de Théo Maneval :
Si vous n'avez pas compris que c'était mon plaisir ce soir d'inviter mes secrétaires, mes officiers de sécurité, les politiques, les écrivains, les femmes et les hommes qui depuis le début m'accompagnent, c'est que vous n'avez rien compris à la vie. Donc c'est ce que vous voulez, mais c’était mon moment du cœur, vous voyez ? Mais je crois qu'au Fouquet's, il y a pas beaucoup de secrétaires, pas beaucoup d'officiers de sécurité, vous avez vu qui était ici à table. Moi, j'ai pas de leçon à recevoir du petit milieu parisien.

He uses the words 'My security officers', you are suppose to say 'the security officers', if you are not a spoiled brat
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Henry Makow is to be taken with a grain of salt, but he publishes some truth at times (he did publish an article I wrote for him on the Manosphere - he doesn't like us much, but at least he put out our version).

This is delicious with info I was not aware of about Macron - he seems to be true elite candidate who won hands down this time:

Quote:French Embrace Rothschild Flunkie

April 23, 2017

[Image: Comment-Emmanuel-Macron-est-tombe-amoure...t_w674.jpg]
(Macron married his highschool teacher, the victim of a facelift mishap, 24 years his senior.
There are rumors he is a homosexual)


A Rothschild frontman seems poised to
become the next president of France.
The French embrace national suicide.
"Terror" wasn't even an issue. The
Rothschilds continue to
govern through blackmailed cutouts.



Source -- Originally appeared at Vzglyad; Appeared in Bulgarian at Memoriabg, translated by Valentina Tzoneva exclusively for SouthFront
(Abridged by henrymakow.com)

Emmanuel Macron, the photogenic 39-years-old financier with an amazing career became the leader of the presidential race in France with 23.8% of the vote, followed by Marine Le Pen with 21.7%. According to opinion polls, he will reach the second round with Marine Le Pen, where he will win 66 percent of the votes.

Emmanuel Macron ... has no real political experience. He has not been elected anywhere before....He is an investment banker specializing in mergers and acquisitions and was successful in his career. He graduated from the National School of Administration, a leading university for the French elite. He worked for several years as an inspector at the Ministry of Economy. Then in 2007, a crucial year in his career, the promising 29-year-old economist was groomed by [Rothschild's Jewish lickspittle] Jacques Attali.

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[Attali is a member of the scientific elite - someone who gives orders to politicians - of course he is somewhat dependent on how quickly a plan can be implemented, but aside from that I put him way above the political class. Attali being the mentor of Macron tells it all really.]

Jacques Attali (left) is a philosopher-globalist, a writer of colorful utopias of how all nations and states will disappear from the face of the earth during bloody conflicts, and the survivors of humanity will unite under the banner of democracy and under the control of a World Government. Moreover, for many years Attali was well received at the Elysee Palace and is one of the most influential advisers of generations of French presidents, from François Mitterrand to Francois Hollande. Local media, calling him "the true president of France" is hardly exaggerating.

It is Jacques Attali who created the link between financial capital and the elite of the ruling Socialist Party, which he supports. He is exceptional in his ability to skillfully wrap the predatory plans of the bankers in beautiful leftist slogans.


MIGRATION = LOW COST LABOR

In 2008, the Attali Commission presented to President Nicolas Sarkozy "300 proposals to change France" - a plan for modernization of the economy meant to save it from the long years of stagnation. The main idea can be formulated as follows: to avoid losing its competitiveness in the global market, the country must drastically reduce the cost of labor. One way for this to happen is to increase immigration to France; low-paid recent immigrants, who will not be able to get organized in trade unions, will displace the local workers from manufacturing and services. Also, the plan includes the proposal to drastically reduce government spending on health, education and pension provision. Sarkozy did not dare to accept this radical plan.


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[Friends with the true ownership ruling money class of the world - that does not hurt either.]


During his stay at the Commission, Macron managed to win the sympathy of Attali, who soon introduced him to his friend, Francois Enron. Enron, in turn, is the best friend and main partner of David de Rothschild, left. In 2008 Macron was hired by the Rothschild's & Co Banque where he rose from analyst to partner. His commissions exceeded more than one million euros per year.

Macron's biggest heist was his involvement in the purchase by Nestle of the US drug maker Pfizer's baby food division (for $ 11.85 billion). At that time, Matthew Pigasse, director of the French branch of the Lazard Brothers bank, who wanted to make the same purchase for his client, Danone, but failed. So Macron found his greatest enemy in the face of Matthew Pigasse.

In 2010, Pigasse who is a leftist banker and a friend and patron of the French socialists, planned to become an economic adviser to Francois Hollande but the ubiquitous Jacques Attali recommended Emmanuel Macron to Hollande. For several years Macron, perfectly fluent in English and German, was liaison between the top-socialist of France and the foreign financial circles. As the Guardian noted maliciously, while Hollande was shouting at rallies "My main enemy is the financial capital!" the banking officer of Rothschild, Macron, was flying to London City to assure bankers that under President Hollande everything would remain as usual.

In 2012, Hollande became president and Macron left the Rothschild Bank. He was appointed deputy secretary general of the Elysee Palace. In 2014, in his position of "young reformer", he headed the Ministry of Economy and Industry (taking the place of longtime friend and business partner of Pigasse, Arnaud Montebourg). Hollande gives him carte blanche for activities related to the modernization of the economy and Macron presents a bill with more than 300 sections, providing for the liberalization of the French market. Experts say that the nature of the law of Macron embodies all the ideas of the Attali commission. In it, embedded and encouraged are immigration, downsizing of employees, increased competition within the various professions, indirectly increased is the working day at the expense of Sundays and night shifts.

The working people in France did not approve this bill. The discussion was accompanied by massive protests. There was no chance to pass the law in parliament. Hollande then exercised his right to adopt certain bills without the approval of parliament and in August 2015 approved the "Law of Macron". Interestingly, before becoming president, Hollande sharply criticized this presidential law and even called it "fascists".

YET ANOTHER DARK HORSE

In 2016, when the rating of Hollande was embarrassingly low something unusual started to happen around Emmanuel Macron. Thus, out of nowhere a movement, "Youth for Macron" arose. It is difficult to even imagine the youth uniting suddenly around such an unpopular minister of economy in a country with depressed economy. However, several thousand people turned out to participate in the new movement.

[This is fucking amazing - there is literally no way to buy this kind of support. An entire movement spawned by him, zero attacks by the media, all love, no hate, no scandals, he is the perfect candidate being dragged out by the media conglomerate, the youth organisations, the other political class, the labor unions - fantastic work by the globalists!]

Macron founded his own party with the vague name "Forward!" (En marche!) The rallies began to gather huge crowds and this at a time when the socialists gathered with great effort several hundred people at their events. Macron's program was also unclear. Condemning the terrorist attacks, he has no plans to close borders or restrict immigration; promising to increase the country's military spending he does not distance it from NATO. In fact, Macron remains the same globalist, an exemplary pupil of Jacques Attali, focusing on the slogans of European unity. He criticized both the left and right, trying to distract voters who traditionally vote for the Socialists, and also to attract those for whom the National Front of Marine Le Pen is too radical.

With his sudden appearance in politics Macron got off at an incredible rate. Journalists literally carry him in their arms. Women's magazines call him a new sex symbol and a dream for any French woman. Influential newspapers highlight the advantages of his centrist position. Sociologists predict his victory. And no one reveals something serious to discredit him. In January, when some criticism undermined the chances of his main competitors, Marine Le Pen and Francois Fillon, Macron stayed out of any scandals.

PRIVATE LIFE

Paradoxically - and thus potentially "lethal" for a French politician - may seem the private life of Macron but the media painted a purely romantic story out of it. The point is that the wife of the favorite in the presidential race (Brigitte Trogneux, editor's note.) is 24 years older than him. In 2007, on his wedding day he was 29 and she was 53 years old. Macron told reporters that he fell in love with his future wife when he was 15 years old, when she taught French in his school. Meanwhile, he graduated from high school and university, travelled the world, built a career, but during all these 14 years he is faithful to his first love.

Despite its implausibility, the story appeals to journalists. Pictures of Macron, walking hand in hand with his wife, or Macron with a bottle of baby food, feeding her grandchildren were published by all the newspapers in the country. Fashion magazines proclaimed his wife for "an icon of style". In terms of political technologies this was a good move: France is aging, and more ladies in retirement are among voters. For them now there is an abundance of movies in which young handsome men fall in love with an old lady. The family idyll of Macron is designed for them and projected on them. It is also true that the tabloids periodically run rumors that Macron's lover is the President of Radio France, Matthew Galle, but there is no evidence.

- See more at: https://www.henrymakow.com/2017/04/frenc...7HNCR.dpuf

Seriously - the French deserve everything coming their way. Even the uniform Bretagne went to crap supporting this moron.

Let them enjoy the fruits of the new revolution.

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And daily death shall be their future until France will be gone.
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FN declaration: 'Emmanuel Macron considers that we must get used to living with terrorism.'

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(04-24-2017 07:54 AM)balybary Wrote:  FN declaration: 'Emmanuel Macron considers that we must get used to living with terrorism.'


He is supposedly against terrorism, but promises the same of what has caused it - more immigration from Muslim countries and repeated mantras of "Religion of Peace".

Better visit France soon gents - you can still enjoy the real France in rural parts, come and visit Europe before it gets utterly wiped out. The last years of Pompei are here before the Islamic volcano covers it all with ash.
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(04-24-2017 06:10 AM)Deluge Wrote:  She did terribly in Britanny also, which is strange because it is the most homogeneous region in France and fairly rural. Head to head polls before the election showed Macron beating her there than by even more than Ile-de-France.

I think that main reason is that Brittany region (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brittany#Demographics) has smallest proportion of immigrants in entire France. These people simply haven't experienced enough cultural enrichment yet, so they have no reason to vote FN.
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Wonder why the journalists are not trusted nowaday?

Here is a sample of magazine covers in the past year

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Quote:She did terribly in Britanny also, which is strange because it is the most homogeneous region in France and fairly rural. Head to head polls before the election showed Macron beating her there than by even more than Ile-de-France.

Britanny seems to be a left-wing strong-hold; any reason why? Not enough diversity yet is the only reason? It seems to have voted left for a long time though. I miss Les Chouans.
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