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(02-15-2017 06:34 PM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  
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(02-15-2017 09:15 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  [quote='budoslavic' pid='1510620' dateline='1487166239']
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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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WB all three!
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Meanwhile, WikLeaks just tweeted this out.
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The best shot for Marine would be if there is indeed an alliance between Melenchon and Hamon. It seems a remote chance but you never know.
In other news, the trip of Macron in Alger was absolutely pathetic. The guy wants to build a strong relationship between the two countries and criticized the French colonization. This is not going to end well.
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(02-17-2017 04:59 AM)britchard Wrote:  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.

I think that's a misjudgement. In this scenario they would come out in droves to vote for Fillon.

In my opinion the best chance for Le Pen would be if the leftists somehow end up with a far-left candidate and make it to the second round. Then voting FN might be a lot more attractive to the centrist and conservative voters, who otherwise would vote for a centrist (= slightly left/right leaning) compromise candidate and take the safe bet.
But maybe I'm wrong.
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(02-17-2017 07:56 AM)Belgrano Wrote:  
(02-17-2017 04:59 AM)britchard Wrote:  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.

I think that's a misjudgement. In this scenario they would come out in droves to vote for Fillon.

In my opinion the best chance for Le Pen would be if the leftists somehow end up with a far-left candidate and make it to the second round. Then voting FN might be a lot more attractive to the centrist and conservative voters, who otherwise would vote for a centrist (= slightly left/right leaning) compromise candidate and take the safe bet.
But maybe I'm wrong.

What about the recent (and ongoing) riots that are happening in France? Doesn't it help the French people to reconsider their vote for someone else like Le Pen/FN or some other non-globalist politician? Polls should go up for Le Pen with the ongoing riots happening in France, which should have woke the French people up in a small way. Hate to see that France become like Sweden (i.e., "war zones").

Edited: Called it, ironically.
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The riots are the best thing that could possibly happen for Le Pen. That's footage galore and I hope she and her supporters on social media will meme it far and wide.

On the other hand, that Wikileaks stuff about the CIA in the French elections is well worth a look.

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Populism is growing in France. French voters are starting to wake up.


Quote:LATEST POLL: Marine Le Pen leading by FIVE per cent in first round of French voting

The right wing leader of National Front has crept ahead of Emmanuel Macron and Francois Fillon, the latest polls have shown.

Ms Le Pen is tipped to get 26 per cent in the first round of voting in the French election, with Mr Macron taking 21 per cent and Mr Fillon 20.

Despite doubts Ms Le Pen could win her support is growing, especially from working class voters where she has around 44 per cent.

Loyal Le Pen fans are most likely to stick with their decision, polls suggest, with others being more likely to swing their vote.

Three quarters of voters for Ms Le Pen say they will vote for her no matter what, but only a third for Mr Macron’s fans said the same, and 60 per cent of those who are voting for Mr Fillon said they will not be swayed.

Ms Le Pen is hugely popular among workers in France, especially with policies which say foreign workers will be taxed more to pay for the unemployed in her country.

Polls say Ms Le Pen will likely win the first round but will not bee elected in the second.

Mr Macron is seen as being able to beat Ms Le Pen in run-off vote by 62 per cent to 38 per cent.

Mr Fillon would beat Ms Le Pen in run-off vote by 57 per cent to 43 per cent if Fillon made it through to second round, polls say.

The overall winner will need more than 50 per cent of the vote to become president, taking the helm from Francois Hollande.

However, pollsters failed to predicted Brexit and the Trump election which has failed to inspire confidence in their results.

More than half of French voters have said they do not like her "at all" according to a Voici poll.
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I feel Le Pen is a Trojan Horse. Not too sure yet but something is bugging me about it.
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(02-17-2017 12:22 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  I feel Le Pen is a Trojan Horse. Not too sure yet but something is bugging me about it.

When your police are being gunned down in the capital, what other choice is there but to go for the most radical candidate?

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It doesn't matter who she is up against except Fillon. Most of les republicans supporters are too cucked to vote for the FN (from previous evidence, it could always change this time round) and will instead vote for the Socialists over the FN.

Seriously, lots of otherwise reasonable French people have this sort of hysteria about Le Pen and FN that has been drilled in to them by the MSM.

It is vital that Fillon recovers and scrapes through along with Le Pen in the first round. Unless she is literally up against some sort of communist loony, she will lose. The French are obsessed with charisma and charm over facts, they're always lead astray by middle-aged men whom they see as some sort of Messiah.

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I'm not sure about that Britch, I think most LR would break for le Pen in a runoff vs Melenchon/Hamon. Macron is getting pumped up bigly by the MSM, but some of the stench will start seeping out in the months to come. Not sure how excited moderates will be about a fake dude with a fake marriage.

Le Pen needs to push into the 30s in the first round to be in striking distance vs Macron though.

(02-17-2017 12:22 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  I feel Le Pen is a Trojan Horse. Not too sure yet but something is bugging me about it.

She's definitely not as clean as her dad, but she might not be a complete cuck either. French presidents have a lot of power, constitutionally speaking, she just might go rogue and ditch the globalists if elected. She's not as cucked as say, Geert Wilders, but not as clean as le Pen Sr. or say, Jorg Haider. Her hottie niece Marion though looks dodgier, her late dad having been a Mossad agent.

Gay cakes and trans bathrooms: the most important human rights issues of our times, surely.
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We have deep entrenched communist-esque movements and people in Europe and UK and they're very good at getting what they want.

I was looking at the riots currently playing out in france and whilst I understand the migrant side, I am seeing a lot of the typical Antifa-type rioters smashing shit up and assaulting police. They are not only bolstering the ranks of the migrants but whipping them up into more frenzies right across France within a short period of time.

Social media and quick communications are one thing, large scale disturbances in urban areas of a Western country is a well played tactic we have seen over the past 18 months and they are usually organised by certain individuals and organisations.

If they want to push France into voting Le Pen, this is a very good way to do it and for that I remain skeptical about her and the party. Or may be they are being used against their knowing.

Perhaps they want to trigger an economic collapse of a greater magnitude we've seen and blame the Right-leaning parties for it. Governments who will get rid of the EU and its currency.

Countries are going the way of protectorate to fight globalism and it has never ended well further down the line.
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Pretty keen to chuck a few sheckles on Le Pen.
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If more and more people show up at Le Pen's rally like what President Trump did, then shit is about to get real.

Meanwhile, WikiLeaks released a couple of classified documents related to the CIA and French Political Party.

Quote:WikiLeaks: CIA Plotted to Infiltrate Every Major French Political Party

A fresh release of classified documents shows the CIA permeated France’s 2012 presidential election, according to Wikileaks. The agency targeted every major party, as well as the current and former president and other prominent candidates.

Wikileaks has been teasing its upcoming “CIA Vault 7” document dump. Thursday’s release of seven pages containing three CIA tasking orders regarding France’s 2012 election is the first such promotion to offer something of substance.

The documents show CIA spies working in human intelligence (HUMINT) and electronic, or signal, intelligence (SIGINT) were directed to infiltrate each major French political party and several leaders from November 21, 2011 to September 29, 2012. Elections took place between April and May of 2012, meaning the operation began about six months before the vote and lasted around four months afterward.

The operation targeted the French Socialist Party, the National Front, and the Union for a Popular Movement, along with current leading presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, current President Francois Hollande, then-President Nicolas Sarkozy, and former candidates Martine Aubry and Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

Assessing that President Sarkozy’s Union for a Popular Movement was “not assured of winning the presidential election,” the CIA issued the espionage order, entitled “Non-Ruling Political Parties and Candidates Strategic Election Plans,” in order to better inform U.S.-France policy, according to the documents.

Among the specific instructions for spies were orders to obtain Sarkozy’s private talks “on the other candidates” as well as his own advisors. The agency valued information pertaining to changes in the party’s “perceived vulnerabilities to maintaining power” and its ideological direction, as well as Sarkozy’s interest in “the continuation of the party’s dominance,” the documents show.

Wikileaks cites a previous 2012 espionage order calling for the discovery of details on any potential French export contract or deal valued at $200 million or more as seeming to be connected to specific CIA tasks under the “Strategic Election Plans” order. Those tasks asked the questions: “What policies do they promote to help boost France’s economic growth prospects?” and “What are their opinions on the German model of export-led growth?”

Additionally, the CIA wanted to know the candidates’ positions on the Greek debt crisis and the roles of France and Germany in its management, along with information regarding the “specific proposals and recommendations” for and consequences of a Greek default on France’s government and banks.

The leaked documents were classified and for U.S. eyes only, marked “NOFORN” because they contained “Friends-on-Friends sensitivities.”

Wikileaks claims this most recent release will serve as “context” for its anticipated Vault 7 series.

It comes at a time of relentless speculation over Russia’s influence over the Trump administration and the November presidential election, as well as reported divisions in the White House since controversial leaks led to the resignation of General Michael Flynn as national security advisor to President Donald Trump.
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Marine Le Pen's Front National headquarters raided by police

French far-right party dismisses police search as ‘media operation whose goal is to disturb course of presidential campaign'

Quote:French police were searching the headquarters of Marine Le Pen’s far-right Front National west of Paris on Monday in relation to an investigation into the alleged misuse of European Union funds to pay parliamentary assistants, an FN official told Reuters.

The European parliament has said that, in her role as FN leader during the 2011-12 legislature, Le Pen paid party staff with EU funds, which EU rules say should be used only to pay EU lawmakers’ assistants.

Le Pen, who polls show could make it to the final round of the French presidential election in May, has denied the allegations of fraud and said she would not “submit to persecution” by repaying the money.

“It looks on the face of it like a media operation whose goal is to disturb the course of the presidential campaign,” the FN said in a statement.

An opinion poll on Monday put Le Pen seven points clear of the centrist outsider Emmanuel Macron and his conservative rival François Fillon, who are tied on 20%, in the first round. But the Front National leader would lose to both Macron and Fillon in the May 7 run-off, the poll predicted, by margins of 16 and 12 points respectively.

Earlier this month Le Pen refused the demand to repay the nearly €300,000 (£258,000) of EU funds that a European parliament investigation alleged she misspent.

Le Pen described the demand as “a unilateral decision taken by political opponents ... without proof and without waiting for a judgment from the court action I have started”.

An EU official said failure to pay could lead to her monthly EU parliamentary salary being halved to about €3,000 euros from February, and she could also lose other allowances. In total, about €7,000 could be taken from her EU payslip every month.

Five other Front National members of the European parliament including Le Pen’s father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, had previously had their EU payments cut because of misused money that was not reimbursed, an EU official told Reuters.

Several EU lawmakers from other political groupings have also been investigated for expenses that were not in line with EU rules. Most have agreed to reimburse misspent money.

The investigation into misuse of funds was led by the watchdog on fraud against the EU budget. That agency has also taken the case against Le Pen to French courts, which will decide whether other sanctions are warranted.

They're searching the headquarters now for evidence of some alleged minor misdeed from 6 years ago? Huh Sounds legit.
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That's good news, this means they have no real dirt on her.
It's like the NYT Mag's 20pg expose' on Trump's abuse of women
where the alleged victim came out and debunked it.

So the news about Macron being a homo is starting to seep out,
he's being linked with Mathieu Gallet, a young heartthrob who
was put in charge of the Radio France, the French NPR.

[Image: %2521%2B%2521%2B%2521%2Bmathieu_gallet.jpg] [Image: macron3.jpg]

...And what does Macron do? He dredges up the US/globalist playbook
and blames RUSSIA for trying to influence french elections.... Laugh

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Marine went to Lybia, refused to put a towel to cover her face.
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^ she's visiting Lebanon, where she met the christian president and leaders of some christian parties. Lebanon and christians in particular have a tight historical relationship with France.

Her father was close to some leaders here. Including the current president who he had supported in 1990.

She was scheduled to meet the mufti of the republic (the highest sunni cleric) in the country and refused to wear the veil for that meeting.
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So if Le Pen wins what can she do? French politics is quite a mess.
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French presidents have a lot of power, if she wins, she will have a large mandate and will definitely bitch-slap the EU. She will either withdraw from the EU or short of doing completely redraw its chart back to how things were in the 1980s/90s pre-Maastricht.

The elections in Italy are important in this context, if Beppo wins, then the EU and Merkel will be completely outflanked by le Pen, the UK and Italy.

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(02-21-2017 07:20 AM)Beirut Wrote:  ^ she's visiting Lebanon, where she met the christian president and leaders of some christian parties. Lebanon and christians in particular have a tight historical relationship with France.

Her father was close to some leaders here. Including the current president who he had supported in 1990.

She was scheduled to meet the mufti of the republic (the highest sunni cleric) in the country and refused to wear the veil for that meeting.

Thanks, I saw the news in Portuguese and failed the translation of country
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Le Pen refuses to don a Hijab when visiting a Mufti in Lebanon.
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In contrast the Swedish feminist government and their walk of shame:
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https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/02/le-pe...rand-mufti





Le Pen clearly says that she met with some Grand Mufti and did not have to do this, so she will not bow down - and she left.

That is what needs to be done - women should take notice. The feminist governments will bow down to ISIS without missing a heartbeat. They will put on the Burkas and accept their newfound Islamic freedoms. They will applaud when their daughter gets shot in the head because she dated an unbeliever.

The feminists will always betray the women. Only the right will fight for what is right.

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Le Pen's lady balls status: Confirmed.

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Shit is about to get really interesting in France.
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Le Pen's opponents' "meltdown mode" launched in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1....
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That pic is so misplaced though.

The president in the pic is the christian president. Hes basically lebanon's trump. Former general who Was exiled in France for 15 years too before returning as a hero.
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