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(02-07-2017 02:34 PM)Fast Eddie Wrote:  That Fillon, or anyone under the flag of the "mainstream" right Les Republicains, is controlled opposition is certain. I suppose there is a chance the FN is not controlled opposition, but I am becoming more and more skeptical that all of the so called "far right" political parties in Europe that anyone has ever heard of are anything other than controlled opposition fail-safes.

And they are.

Front National is one of the more real, since the other populist right in Europe won't work with them.
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(02-12-2017 10:31 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  It surprises me frankly that not more French are behind LePen - the country is deeply cucked. How many Frenchmen have the Jihadis to kill before they act, 10.0000 per year, 1 mio. per year? What will be enough?
It's not the killcount that matters, it's the demographics and how politically radicalised they are, this election may be France's last chance.

(02-07-2017 02:34 PM)Fast Eddie Wrote:  I suppose there is a chance the FN is not controlled opposition, but I am becoming more and more skeptical that all of the so called "far right" political parties in Europe that anyone has ever heard of are anything other than controlled opposition fail-safes.

FN has to borrow from Russian banks, because other (Globalist) banks won't lend to them.

That's good evidence they are the real deal.

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How are women doing in polls? My mom was quite impressed by her video. Said it was very powerful message from a woman to other women.
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Could this actually happen?

It seemed like a FN win was a write-off a month ago. But with her apparent popularity with the youth, and Fillon saying this week that his voters would opt for Le Pen in round two, does she have a chance of winning the second round?
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He's likely just trying to scare people to get attention off whatever his scandal is.

I don't know if the bulk of Fillon's voters would choose Le Pen over an ultra cuck like this Macron guy (seems more likely than the reverse). The guys in France can tell us more about that.

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Macron has got to be the single biggest cuck I have ever seen in world politics. Just look at his smug cucky face, hand in hand with a woman 24 years his senior. With his dossier of cuck policies ready to get bottomed out by the Rothschilds whilst his wife watches.

Hopefully Fillon pulls through and it's Fillon vs Le Pen in the second round, which guarantees a decent outcome.

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It's weird to see French youth so behind Le Pen. It's great, of course, but usually young people are all faggot progressives in Western countries. Might have to move to France if she wins.

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(02-14-2017 03:48 PM)Teedub Wrote:  It's weird to see French youth so behind Le Pen. It's great, of course, but usually young people are all faggot progressives in Western countries. Might have to move to France if she wins.


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Does any RVF member speak French? Couldn't find an English subtitle of this interesting video.


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An extremely long but interesting article.
Quote:Le Pen is on course to be France's next president, fund manager says from AI analysis

Marine Le Pen is on course to be the next president of France, according to one fund manager's big-data analysis.

Arun Kant, chief executive and chief investment officer at Singapore-based investing firm Leonie Hill Capital, told CNBC he expected the right-wing populist to prevail thanks to his firm's proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) system's analysis of troves of data.

His analysis — which he said incorporates inputs such as social and traditional media discussions, polling, economics and demographics — predicts that Le Pen will "walk over" her opponents in the first electoral test and then prove most forecasters wrong and steal the lead in the second ballot, Kant said.

The French vote is split into two phases, with the top two candidates from the April 23 round due to face each other in a second run-off on May 7. In the running alongside 48-year old Le Pen are former economy minister and independent candidate Emmanuel Macron, conservative ex-prime minister Francois Fillon and socialist Benoit Hamon.

Kant's AI program predicts that Le Pen would take 28 percent of the vote in the first round, he said, which would best 16.4 percent for Fillon, and 19 to 20 percent for Macron.

Current inputs are pointing to a Macron victory in the second round — 52.3 percent to 47.7 for Le Pen — Kant said, but he added that he expects the right-wing politician to gain considerable ground after a first round victory.

"If she wins the first round, this dynamic will change," he said, noting the similarities between the populist appeal of Le Pen and President Donald Trump.

And with this predicted momentum, Le Pen will likely win the presidency, Kant said.

An IFOP poll published on Feb. 14 placed Le Pen in the lead for the April 23 ballot, with around 25.5 percent of the vote. Most election-watchers expect, however, that Le Pen would lose the second round of voting to Macron.

In fact, Kant said his AI analysis predicted that the only way Macron could win is if some unexpected factor were to pull undecided voters in his favor.

Le Pen, a former attorney, is leader of the French National Front (FN), a right-wing political party founded by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen. And this isn't the first time she's run for the country's top job. In the 2012 election, she won 17.9 percent of the vote in the first round, a record result for the FN, but failed to enter the second round.

Her policies mirror those of Trump's—she is a fierce critic of open borders and free trade. Like the White House chief, she also believes in nationalism and economic protectionism, having vowed to pull France out of the European Union.

Announcing her candidacy for the French presidency in a strident speech earlier this month in Lyon, Le Pen told supporters that European "borders have been erased and our countries have become station concourses."

"What is at stake in this election ... is whether France can still be a free nation," Le Pen said at that rally, according to Reuters. "The divide is not between the left and right any more but between patriots and globalists."

Kant declined to share his investing plans around his Le Pen projection, but he did explain that he expected her victory to mean the beginning of the end of the European Union. And with that, he said, currencies around the world will see massive fluctuations and "it may lead to a financial crisis much sooner than anyone thinks."

Still, Kant's prediction of a Le Pen victory is definitely not the consensus call.

As of Tuesday, betting markets implied about a 30 percent chance of Le Pen winning the presidency.

The bulk of strategists said they believe she can reach the second round, but will struggle to cross the 50 percent threshold needed to become president. Given the sheer unpredictability of recent political events like Brexitand Trump's rise to power, however, several experts told CNBC that anything was possible.

There is a chance she could win the presidency, said Simon Baptist, global chief economist at the Economist Intelligence Unit.

"Le Pen has taken care to present herself as a candidate with reasonable views, which has helped her to push the National Front from the fringes to the mainstream. Recent events, such as the refugee crisis, terrorist attacks, and the rise of populist leaders elsewhere, have also played into her hands."

A poll by French newspaper Le Figaro indicated the French were more pessimistic about globalization than other countries — sentiments that may play into Le Pen's hands.

"The day before the U.S. election, pollsters gave Trump a 1.6 percent chance of victory, so while I wouldn't consider a Le Pen victory a baseline scenario, I wouldn't count her out," said Tony Nash, managing partner and chief economist of Complete Intelligence.

While Le Pen's controversial views have only appealed to a minority of voters thus far, many have warned that her popularity could swell if rival parties fall prey to more scandals. Allegations emerged last month that Fllion's wife was paid for a fake job; the 62-year old candidate has so far rejected the claims.

Markets, analysts said, are acknowledging the chances of a victory for the French right-wing.

"I think the market is telling us a clear message that investors are finally waking up to the risk of a Le Pen win," Callum Henderson, head of global markets research for the Eurasia Group, told CNBC in an email. He pointed to the the Bund-OAT spread's beginning to "widen out sharply," and France's CAC 40 index "significantly" underperforming Germany's DAX index.

And then there are others who adamantly rule out the prospect of a Le Pen presidency.

"Based on all the polls, as well as the polarization in France, she has virtually no chance," warned Cas Mudde, associate professor at the University of Georgia. "People argue she can win because they doubt the polls after Brexit and Trump. However, in both cases the margins were much smaller than between Le Pen and Macron or Fillon."

If Le Pen were to win, Henderson said, "markets would riot" because of her comments on France leaving the European Union. Still, he added, her rhetoric might not accurately reflect what would happen in the country.

"It is highly questionable whether she would be able to (initiate a French exit from the EU or the euro) if she did win because parliament would not likely pass much ideas, but the initial market reaction would be very volatile and very negative," Henderson said.

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Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that Benoit Hamon is the socialist candidate in the upcoming French presidential elections.
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(02-15-2017 08:43 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  Does any RVF member speak French? Couldn't find an English subtitle of this interesting video.



At the beginning she is talking about Nice:

-we will not forget, we will not "turn the page", and we will not get used to terrorism like Manuelle Vall sugested when he was prime minister (nice jab)

-I also points out that nothing has been done, no real mesure has been taken to prevents this shit from happening again. For example, the guy has already been arrested multiple times etc. That alone should have been reason enough for him not to be on French soil

-That means no measure of autority or security have been taken. It has to be done; the danger is always there.

-If we dont control our borders, we can not protect the people of France. We must take back our borders to prevent terrorist to mingle in with immigrants.

She then goes on a field trip to see how the frontier police do their daily job

-... some unimportant stuff

-I think Im in an election where the safety and the good of France civilization is in danger. Do they want impunity for rascals, brutes and outlaws who come and attack our lawmen? Do they want a country delivered into the hands of the tyranny of the EU? Do they want to continue the mass unemployment? etc
Everything is at stakes in this election

-I firmly believe that the opinions I hold are also that of the majority, and I think that the people will realize, for the 2nd round of this election, that they want France back.

=====================

She does have her own style of eloquence which is much more in line with the haughty way of French politics. Not the rousing speeches of Trump for sure, but the slow and steady charm of a woman who knows what she is doing.

I would really love to meet those 18-25 youth who vote for her. In Paris its like every single cuck and his mistress vote extreme left.

Seems like I do need to get out more Laugh

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^

"It was not possible to go to the Alpes, without coming to Nice, to tribute the victims of this awful Islamic terror attack, which plunged into mourning not only Nice, but the whole France.
I came here to tell them we don't forget, we didn't turn the page, we'll not get used to Islamic terrorism, like Manuel Valls wanted us to, when he was prime minister.
It must be said that nothing was done, no action was taken to prevent this kind of horror.

This murderer was a foreigner, had already commited crimes, was already arrested, controled in a car with Islamic fundamentalists.
These are 2 or 3 reasons not to have him stay on the French territory.
The measures were not taken, we must take them because the danger is still as big.
We must not believe the danger went away, on the contrary, and I believe the terror attack dismantled a few days ago at Montpellier shows it greatly.

We're going to see the border post, because there's a link between all that.
If we don't control our borders, we won't be able to protect French people.
So there are 2 poor border posts, this is clearly not enough, we should take back the control of our French borders, and stop with Schengen which is a strainer.
We surely know it let many fundamentalists come with migrants, to spread death in our country.

It's always useful to go with police officers in the field, to know how they live, what's the profile of people they arrest, and what are their perspective.
We need our borders to have a dissuasive immigration policy, because you attract immigration by giving free housing and medical care.
But if you have a strong border and immigration policy, then you control immigration.

Everybody was against our analysis, but everybody today understands we were right, and we're also right about the solutions we want to enforce.
I know we're near Elections, so everybody says the same thing as Marine Le Pen.
Even Mister Fillon came here, while he said borders are useless, are a lure, demagogy.
I thought he came here to dismantle borders, or tell the police officers they didn't have a job anymore.

I think this Election will bring into play the future of this country.
This is a choice of civilisation the French people will need to do.

Do they want migration submersion?
Do they want laicity to disappear?
Do they want impunity?
Do they want hundreds or thousands of thugs break, burn, attack the law enforcement in total impunity?
Do they want a chained country, submitted to the EU diktat?
Do they want to continue mass unemployement?
Do they want to continue the suppression of our social protection system?

All the stakes are here, in this Election.
I think the ideas I defend are majority, that French people will understand the choice they'll have in the secound round of the French Election, I think they'll vote France.

Here's what I came to do, say, here in Nice, here at Menton, this department we love so much, we see it didn't recover from the awful drama which happened 8 months ago."
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(02-15-2017 09:15 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  
(02-15-2017 08:43 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  ...

At the beginning she is talking about Nice:

-we will not forget, we will not "turn the page", and we will not get used to terrorism like Manuelle Vall sugested when he was prime minister (nice jab)

-I also points out that nothing has been done, no real mesure has been taken to prevents this shit from happening again. For example, the guy has already been arrested multiple times etc. That alone should have been reason enough for him not to be on French soil

-That means no measure of autority or security have been taken. It has to be done; the danger is always there.

-If we dont control our borders, we can not protect the people of France. We must take back our borders to prevent terrorist to mingle in with immigrants.

She then goes on a field trip to see how the frontier police do their daily job

-... some unimportant stuff

-I think Im in an election where the safety and the good of France civilization is in danger. Do they want impunity for rascals, brutes and outlaws who come and attack our lawmen? Do they want a country delivered into the hands of the tyranny of the EU? Do they want to continue the mass unemployment? etc
Everything is at stakes in this election

-I firmly believe that the opinions I hold are also that of the majority, and I think that the people will realize, for the 2nd round of this election, that they want France back.

=====================

She does have her own style of eloquence which is much more in line with the haughty way of French politics. Not the rousing speeches of Trump for sure, but the slow and steady charm of a woman who knows what she is doing.

I would really love to meet those 18-25 youth who vote for her. In Paris its like every single cuck and his mistress vote extreme left.

Seems like I do need to get out more Laugh

Thanks for the brief summary, Dalaran1991! From what I gathered over the last few months, she is definitely following and/or copying President Trump's playbook by visiting different parts of France where there are obviously problems with immigration and terrorism in the area.

Yeah, you definitely do need to get out more to meet these lovely Le Pen supporters! Laugh
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(02-15-2017 09:35 AM)Latan Wrote:  ^

"It was not possible to go to the Alpes, without coming to Nice, to tribute the victims of this awful Islamic terror attack, which plunged into mourning not only Nice, but the whole France.
I came here to tell them we don't forget, we didn't turn the page, we'll not get used to Islamic terrorism, like Manuel Valls wanted us to, when he was prime minister.
It must be said that nothing was done, no action was taken to prevent this kind of horror.

This murderer was a foreigner, had already commited crimes, was already arrested, controled in a car with Islamic fundamentalists.
These are 2 or 3 reasons not to have him stay on the French territory.
The measures were not taken, we must take them because the danger is still as big.
We must not believe the danger went away, on the contrary, and I believe the terror attack dismantled a few days ago at Montpellier shows it greatly.

We're going to see the border post, because there's a link between all that.
If we don't control our borders, we won't be able to protect French people.
So there are 2 poor border posts, this is clearly not enough, we should take back the control of our French borders, and stop with Schengen which is a strainer.
We surely know it let many fundamentalists come with migrants, to spread death in our country.

It's always useful to go with police officers in the field, to know how they live, what's the profile of people they arrest, and what are their perspective.
We need our borders to have a dissuasive immigration policy, because you attract immigration by giving free housing and medical care.
But if you have a strong border and immigration policy, then you control immigration.

Everybody was against our analysis, but everybody today understands we were right, and we're also right about the solutions we want to enforce.
I know we're near Elections, so everybody says the same thing as Marine Le Pen.
Even Mister Fillon came here, while he said borders are useless, are a lure, demagogy.
I thought he came here to dismantle borders, or tell the police officers they didn't have a job anymore.

I think this Election will bring into play the future of this country.
This is a choice of civilisation the French people will need to do.

Do they want migration submersion?
Do they want laicity to disappear?
Do they want impunity?
Do they want hundreds or thousands of thugs break, burn, attack the law enforcement in total impunity?
Do they want a chained country, submitted to the EU diktat?
Do they want to continue mass unemployement?
Do they want to continue the suppression of our social protection system?

All the stakes are here, in this Election.
I think the ideas I defend are majority, that French people will understand the choice they'll have in the secound round of the French Election, I think they'll vote France.

Here's what I came to do, say, here in Nice, here at Menton, this department we love so much, we see it didn't recover from the awful drama which happened 8 months ago."

Awesome, Latan! Thank you for translating to English!
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Plenty of Eurosnobs on my Facebook. If Le Pen WINS this, the tears will be even sweeter than with Trump.

With his win, it just confirmed what they already believed - that we were a racist, evil country that loved the KKK and beating up women and gays. They've never, ever considered that it could happen in Europe. France especially.

I mean, where will they run to now?
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My main gripe with Le Pen, though, I do like her as a person and agree with some points, is her economic plan. I read it the other day. It's absolutely ABYSMAL, it's worse than what someone like Varoufakis would do and frankly it reminds me of Far-left parties. I know what the typical responses will be "oh if it was some globalist cuck France will be overran by immigrants and there won't be a country anymore". Sure, whatever, but go read her economic plan, it's abhorrent and does not confer ANY measure of short, medium or long term success. The so called far-right or traditional right should be advocating some REAL economic freedom along with conservatism and common sense regarding immigration.

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Le Pen should hold massive rallies in key areas frequently like Trump did. Any indications she's going to do that or something like it?

She probably won't be able to excite a crowd the way Trump can, but she needs to hold big rallies for massive ground game in the areas she needs high turnout.

(02-15-2017 09:44 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  Yeah, you definitely do need to get out more to meet these lovely Le Pen supporters! Laugh

Those two in the center.

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Lemond Iscream: not so fast, my friend. For me, the most exciting aspect of a Le Pen victory is that she might bust the french central bank, the Banque de France, which implemented a private fractional reserve system similar to the Fed's in the 1970s, under the leadership of Rothschild agent Georges Pompidou ("Loi de 1973"). Le Pen has hinted that she will take on this third rail. This, more than anything else, is the reason for the flack she has still been getting from the deep state despite having folded on conservative issues like gay marriage and cucking for Israel. Break the Banque, protect domestic industry like Trump is doing, and the economy will take care of itself.

And of course, she will FREXIT and return to the Franc. That would be the biggest blow to the EU, possibly a fatal shot at the Euro, with Italy and Beppo waiting in the wings! Beppo is possibly the most red pill leader in Europe today. Merkel can't mess with Marine, France has the biggest army in Europe, Le Pen will bitch-slap everyone in Strasbourg, with Trump and Vlad approving! Laugh


Fillon is starting to cuck in order to get the establishment to lay off him, he picked a deep state operative as his attorney (Bernard-Henri Levy's son, doesn't get more globalist than this), but they're still not letting him off, the media have been relentless against him.

it's uncanny how Macron is using exactly the same playbook as Hillbama: "En Marche" astroturf libtard PAC (literally means "move on"), the Russian hacking narrative, and the whole SJW crap to cover for his globalist Goldman-Rothschild spiel. He's blaming Russia for his gayness! Laugh Hope it will blow up in his cuck face.

Oh, and there won''t be any major terrorist event in France in the next 3 months, bank on it.


(02-15-2017 08:43 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  Does any RVF member speak French? Couldn't find an English subtitle of this interesting video.



Budo, you can use Youtube's auto-translate, it is working on this video, but you have to go in a roundabout way to get there. First you set CC on, select French (on a French vid like this one). Then you go back to the drop menu to change the language, selecting "auto-translate", then using the drop menu to set it to English.

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(02-15-2017 08:43 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  ...

At the beginning she is talking about Nice:

-we will not forget, we will not "turn the page", and we will not get used to terrorism like Manuelle Vall sugested when he was prime minister (nice jab)

-I also points out that nothing has been done, no real mesure has been taken to prevents this shit from happening again. For example, the guy has already been arrested multiple times etc. That alone should have been reason enough for him not to be on French soil

-That means no measure of autority or security have been taken. It has to be done; the danger is always there.

-If we dont control our borders, we can not protect the people of France. We must take back our borders to prevent terrorist to mingle in with immigrants.

She then goes on a field trip to see how the frontier police do their daily job

-... some unimportant stuff

-I think Im in an election where the safety and the good of France civilization is in danger. Do they want impunity for rascals, brutes and outlaws who come and attack our lawmen? Do they want a country delivered into the hands of the tyranny of the EU? Do they want to continue the mass unemployment? etc
Everything is at stakes in this election

-I firmly believe that the opinions I hold are also that of the majority, and I think that the people will realize, for the 2nd round of this election, that they want France back.

=====================

She does have her own style of eloquence which is much more in line with the haughty way of French politics. Not the rousing speeches of Trump for sure, but the slow and steady charm of a woman who knows what she is doing.

I would really love to meet those 18-25 youth who vote for her. In Paris its like every single cuck and his mistress vote extreme left.

Seems like I do need to get out more Laugh

Thanks for the brief summary, Dalaran1991! From what I gathered over the last few months, she is definitely following and/or copying President Trump's playbook by visiting different parts of France where there are obviously problems with immigration and terrorism in the area.

Yeah, you definitely do need to get out more to meet these lovely Le Pen supporters! Laugh

Those women are great marriage material, conservative Catholic French women, esp from outside of Paris, although there are still pockets of quality on the west side of town.

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(02-15-2017 09:15 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  
(02-15-2017 08:43 AM)budoslavic Wrote:  ...

At the beginning she is talking about Nice:

-we will not forget, we will not "turn the page", and we will not get used to terrorism like Manuelle Vall sugested when he was prime minister (nice jab)

-I also points out that nothing has been done, no real mesure has been taken to prevents this shit from happening again. For example, the guy has already been arrested multiple times etc. That alone should have been reason enough for him not to be on French soil

-That means no measure of autority or security have been taken. It has to be done; the danger is always there.

-If we dont control our borders, we can not protect the people of France. We must take back our borders to prevent terrorist to mingle in with immigrants.

She then goes on a field trip to see how the frontier police do their daily job

-... some unimportant stuff

-I think Im in an election where the safety and the good of France civilization is in danger. Do they want impunity for rascals, brutes and outlaws who come and attack our lawmen? Do they want a country delivered into the hands of the tyranny of the EU? Do they want to continue the mass unemployment? etc
Everything is at stakes in this election

-I firmly believe that the opinions I hold are also that of the majority, and I think that the people will realize, for the 2nd round of this election, that they want France back.

=====================

She does have her own style of eloquence which is much more in line with the haughty way of French politics. Not the rousing speeches of Trump for sure, but the slow and steady charm of a woman who knows what she is doing.

I would really love to meet those 18-25 youth who vote for her. In Paris its like every single cuck and his mistress vote extreme left.

Seems like I do need to get out more Laugh

Thanks for the brief summary, Dalaran1991! From what I gathered over the last few months, she is definitely following and/or copying President Trump's playbook by visiting different parts of France where there are obviously problems with immigration and terrorism in the area.

Yeah, you definitely do need to get out more to meet these lovely Le Pen supporters! Laugh

Haha dont get me wrong, I love redpill woman but this leaves a lot to be desired. Spent the entire afternoon looking for "hot FN girls" and these are the best I could find:
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They are all great, but if this is the best the FN can offer, well no wonder why Parisian guys are seriously cucked Big Grin My office alone boasts some interns much hotter than this. Any of the FN girls here would not stand out in a Parisian metro.

Of course, the fact that they are FN should get them an automatic +1. I however, would rather settle down with a cuter Parisian girl who pays lip service to the left, but is feminine and a-political in general. Which is what I have been doing for the last 2 years. Shit Im getting cukced!

Parisian girls are gorgeous (if you go to the Sorbonne with lots of arts departments), and I do find that they are very pleasant to be with as long as you stay away from politics.

Of course, then I think about how they will willingly suck and serve the invaders. Then I was like, fuck this, lets go get myself a true Joan of Arc. She might not be the sexiest on the block, but you can go chop off invaders heads with her. Deus Vult!

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Dalaran, aren't you Vietnamese?
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Yeah. Quite a few of the Vietnamese population in Ile de France support Le Pen in fact. They are pretty redpill here.

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This thread is amazing. As a Frenchman, I'm happy to see such interest from across the Atlantic regarding our presidential election.
Now of course the outcome of this election will spread far beyond our national borders, but it's interesting to be focalised on this subject now after all the drama and action of the US elections.

As in the US, French patriots are NOT the most vocal on the streets and on social media. Being stigmatised with the danger of being alienated at work or within the family is an ever-present social burden for many who still don't dare to show their colours in public, whether online or offline.

With that said, I have never seen so many of my acquaintances and random people in social situations "dare" to talk in favour of the FN.
It's refreshing.
I even stopped getting buzzwords thrown at me when I announce my willingness to vote for the FN. This is new.
Even those who oppose the FN now start to "argument" with me instead of just accusing me of "isms".

But will it be enough ? How clean will those elections be ?
Moreover, and like I explained in an earlier post in this thread, the 2-round voting system is designed to block any anti-establishment party from ever winning a majority...

One thing I noticed though, is that the anti-Trump media in France (an Europe) is in full gear. My impression is that Trump has a VERY low popularity in France even among potential FN voters.
So if Le Pen visits Trump, I'm afraid she might lose some support.

This is only my impression. Maybe I'm wrong.

Any fellow frenchmen here care to chime in on this ?
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Edelweiss, that was my thoughts too with Brexit and the 2015 General Election in the UK. But what you have to remember is that the average American has no interest in British or French politics- but the men you interact with here aren't average Americans.

I think an FN presidency is very unlikely, even more so than Brexit and Trump. I think Le Pen's best chance is if she goes up against Fillon in the second round, and hence the leftists don't bother going to vote at all. If it was a straight shoot-off between FN and LR supporters,the FN would have a good chance.

Not sure whether that would happen or not, but my analogy is that Democrats wouldn't turn up at the polls to vote for Ted Cruz against Trump would they?

Is the media storm around Fillon starting to die down?

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