One Echo – France’s Marine Le Pen Launches Presidential Campaign…

A few weeks ago, January 12th, Marine Le Pen was in New York, noticed lunching in Trump Tower during a brief visit – The PING.  Yesterday she officially launched her presidential campaign – The ECHO

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Le Pen blasted “two totalitarianisms” of globalization and Islamic fundamentalism during her campaign kick-off speech, and delivered a resoundingly well received nationalist speech to her National Front supporters.

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and U.S. President Donald Trump’s election have revealed the “awakening of the people against oligarchies” she said, while praising President Trump as a man who respects campaign promises and “acts quickly.”

Her political opposition and liberal media critics were quick to call her campaign speech “a frightening image of France’s future”, eliciting an almost identical reaction as initially felt in U.S. media following the campaign launch of President Trump in 2015.

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marine-le-pen-1“We are enslaved to the European Union and unrecognizable as French.” “France risks losing its identity if the political status quo endures”.  “We are at a crossroad …. This election is a choice of civilization,” she said.  Further asking whether her three children or any children of France would continue to have the rights and cultural values of the current generation; asking: “will they even speak our French language?”

She issued a call for French voters on the left and right to join her, saying:

[…]  “You have a place at our side.”  “We do not want to live under the rule or threat of Islamic fundamentalism. They are looking to impose on us gender discrimination in public places, full body veils or not, prayer rooms in the workplace, prayers in the streets, huge mosques … or the submission of women.” 

5,000 people in the amphitheater and watching on big screens cheered and chanted “On est chez nous” (“We are in our land.”)  Le Pen outlined a nationalist agenda laying out a pledge to call for an EU referendum within 6 months if she is successful, along with plans for France to leave the European Union, control its borders and reinstitute the French franc as the national currency.

Marine Le Pen’s campaign slogan is: “In the Name of the People”.

MARINE-Le-Pen_ap_843564tHer outlined platform would create popular referendums on any issue that gathered at least 500,000 signatures; and it would put French people first, with “national preference” enshrined in the Constitution.

“We’ve witnessed the impoverishment of France for some years now at a cultural, economic and social level,” Billy Winkens, a 41-year-old supporter from Toule, in eastern France, said. “Today, people are hungry for change and want to drain the swamp, but in an orderly fashion, with coherence.”

Le Pen repeated her belief “the European Union is a failure” to an audience that is increasingly recognizing the cultural values of France are being drowned in the failed sea of multiculturalism that has become the EU. “It hasn’t upheld one of its promises especially in terms of prosperity and security.” She said the EU is “historical parentheses and, hopefully, one day, just a bad memory.”

Additionally, Le Pen outlined a plan to withdraw France from NATO’s integrated command, crack down on illegal immigration and reduce immigration to 10,000 people a year.  No one living in France illegally would be issued residency documents or allowed to acquire French citizenship. She said her administration would arrange for foreigners convicted of crimes in France to serve their prison terms in their homelands.  “There will be no other laws and values in France but French,” she said.

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123 Responses to One Echo – France’s Marine Le Pen Launches Presidential Campaign…

  1. sundance says:

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    • Leverage says:

      We are in a new age. Trump heralds this very special “humans first” approach to existence and we are living history that will be written about 500 years from now. You can feel it. 16 years of Trump/Pence is going to allow free men and women to thrive and do wonderful things for the glorious human race. Earth/Nature was designed for us to play/create, revel and we will do just that. I keep pinching myself asking if this is all real? Did Trump really win? I’ve told my children (12 and 14) they are living in the greatest age for human beings and will have the opportunity to truly figure out and pursue their true purpose. Google created something they had the audacity to believe they could control. Globalism got as close as it will ever get to controlling human destiny. Trump came out of us, he was our response to the soulless environment being created by people who hated human beings. To the elite, humans are deplorable and need to be fixed. I say to them go back where you came from. Go back to hell. We’ll never take the back seat again.

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    • Sunshine says:

      It’s not a fake job scandal. The more he fights back, the weaker he will seem and the stronger Le Pen will be. This guy is too heavily entrenched into political correctness for any counter-attack to be effective.
      Defensiveness is never a good start to a political campaign.

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    • Angelo says:

      Don’t be over confident here because while a majority of Americans call themselves conservatives, France is very much center left as a nation. “Conservatives” such as Chirac and Sarkozy governed to the left. Her message has conservative principals in it, but the bulk of her message is a nationalistic one.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Don’t forget who her father was either. Jean Marie Le Pen was no friend of America’s, and apples don’t fall far from trees.
        And while he certainly held no love for Jews, senior Le Pen and his inner circle did show a willingness to go along get along with France’s muslim population.
        http://www.nysun.com/foreign/frances-le-pen-to-strike-a-deal-with-muslims/27822/

        I don’t trust Marie Le Pen, simple as that.

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      • kate318 says:

        You are correct. The French have been center left since the French Revolution, and, one could make the case, even before. But, the French will eventually come around to self preservation, just as they did in WWII. Even then, half the country collaborated with the Nazis. It is amazing how history is repeating itself, right before our very eyes. I believe Ms. Le Pen will win her election, and will be a great ally in fighting the curse of Islam. The rest? Well, they are French, after all.

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    • Jason Ross says:

      The established conservatives will probably stick with their Hillary, to their detriment.

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  2. LP says:

    Le Pen has the message. France first, however she is also a socialist. Her opinion about NATO I assume would be mitigated once NATO is reconfigured under President Trump.

    This is electioneering. She needs to prove she can deliver. Her opponents have been damaged.
    This is France, and anything may happen.

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    • jmbuck says:

      Oh, a socialist, now I get it. I ran into a woman from France who told me she supported Trump. When I ask her about Le Pen she had a shocked look on her face and she said “not her”. She said she was encouraging her mother not to support Le Pen. I asked why but we were interrupted. I have not had time to research it but I bet that was the reason. Maybe they could secure their borders but their country would still be on a downward spiral. Sad if that is the best they have.

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      • Marc says:

        I’d take regressive socialism with a mind towards nationalism over subversive neoconservatism and a mind for globalism. That’s the difference between Le Pen and Fillon.

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        • jmbuck says:

          Yes, I agree. That would at least be a start in the right direction.

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          • What are your guys talking about? What’s with the labels? regressive socialism??? nationalism??? subversive neoconservatism??? globalism???
            I got your labels right here.
            Socialism of any kind is bad and always results in either totalitarianism or anarchy, then totalitarianism, mindless then controlled slaughter of opponents. Socialism is govt control of people and the means of production.
            Nationalism is nothing – a thought, an emotion.It becomes dangerous if leaders become ambitious and decide their “nation” should reach out and become bigger while eliminating enemies of the nation, if you know what I mean.
            The last two? Once again – emotions, thoughts, dreams of glory that end up with nothing.
            So, one is not preferable to another. They are all bad.
            We need only to look at our own War for Independence (not a revolution!) and the French Revolution, and the aftermath in both countries to see which is the successful model for a government that allows and promotes freedom and individual initiative and prosperity.

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    • Keln says:

      I was under the impression that practically everyone in France was socialist to some degree.

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      • darththulhu says:

        The phrase is tainted, but it really is “national socialism”, as distinct from “globalist communism”.

        French people, even rural people, want their government protecting them from German industrial policy and British megabanks. Yea, they want their national healthcare and their free university, all paid for with sky-high taxes, but they ALSO WANT:

        1) Protection of the local wine and cheese and fishing villages from international behemoths

        2) Protection of the French language from “Europeans need only learn English”

        3) Protection of the right to nationwide strike against any megacorp, and any government

        4) Protection of the citizen from unelected Eurocrats and arbitrary regulation

        They are fine with crushing taxes and gigantic regulatory burdens, but only so long as those are French taxes and burdens. The moment it is consistently a non-French imposition that they cannot protest and cannot control and cannot throw off, they move straight to populist revolt.

        So, yea, it is (and it will remain) socialism on steroids … but it is DeGaulle’s brand of nationalistic socialism, not faceless international communism.

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      • M33 says:

        We have forks of socialism here in the US too.
        One case in point is social security.
        However it is all a matter of degrees.
        That and people often confuse and merge socialism and communism as the same.
        They do have differences.
        But the less reliant our daily lives are on government control, the better.

        Hot damn, I love the Constitution!

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      France left NATO in 1966 and rejoined in 2009. If they leave again…they leave again. France is pretty far down the socialist path, I think, and it is always problematic when you try to roll that back. Fillon, an economic conservative, might be a better choice than Le Pen, but he has his troubles, even though nepotism is not strictly illegal there. He is, however, a more interesting figure than we credit him with being.

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  3. smiley says:

    tremendous pressures on France.

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    • Why does a country agree to ANY immigrants whatsoever? A country owes other countries’ citizens nothing. 10,000 Muslims exponentially increases with their multiple wives and with their goal to enter and live off of the labors of citizens, like Mexicans seeking to siphon American resources, countries should deny any commitment to immigration whatsoever.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “Why does a country agree to ANY immigrants whatsoever? A country owes other countries’ citizens nothing.”

        Post-Colonial Guilt. Assuaging for their former role as colonizers of Africa, the Mideast, etc, it has been used to justify immigrants from former French colonies. Also, there’s the cheap labor aspect, same as in the US.

        Similar to slavery guilt in the US, both are used by the misguided for self-flagellation of their societies, despite many citizens’ unwillingness to participate in that self-flagellation (nor were they consulted in advance).

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        • Yes, cheap labor. Or no labor. Until very recently, the U.S. sent agents to European countries to prospect for immigrants to populate our empty land. The Native Americans, formerly known as Indians, hardly took up any room at all. The agents promised that America’s streets were paved with gold!
          Existing businesses wanted more people to build various structures – canals, railroads, factories, etc. They also wanted more local customers for their products. We were a super power before we even gained our independence from England/Britain. We just got bigger, faster afterwards when we could control our own taxation.
          So for more than 200 years, we welcomed all comers. Then the railroads began to import, gasp! Chinese laborers! In the early 1900s, Americans became uneasy about all the foreigners pouring into our cities, the Irish! Italians! Chinese! Germans! Russians! Many escaping the draft in their own countries, or famine, or jail.
          Suddenly, those big golden doors began to swing shut to stop the flood.

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          • I know the Italians and the Irish came to Ellis Island and each person was registered and the ships were American and approved to come to America. They didn’t just hop on any boat and arrive to the shores unregistered and unannounced. Or like they’re doing in the United States sneaking over the Mexican border uninvited and also flown in by the thousands by Obama’s foolios and secretly and without notice bused into each city .

            These migrants are coming in boats and no one gave them permission to come! They don’t even want to come and do not appreciate our values nor do they feel at home here.

            GO HOME!

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            • piper567 says:

              whatever happened to the Sponsor program?
              When my family came from Switzerland via Holland (it was an actual religious thing the Dutch helped), they were required to have a Sponsor so they would not become either wards of the State or criminals.
              Also, my Grandmother, who was 13 was counselled that, because she had, are you ready? pinkeye, she might be turned away.
              They came to Ellis Island on a steamer which was registered.
              (It was very cool seeing their names on the manifest, so many years later.)

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      • smiley says:

        if a country is part of the EU, it has little choice (unless it’s somehow exempt which France isn’t)…

        everybody has to do their part

        you don’t turn your back on your neighbor, you share a common solution

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        low birth rates and the demands of socialist programs depending on young working adults such as social security

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        • Deb says:

          Yes, you need a constant supply of labor to keep the socialist machine going, and Europeans have not been having enough children to replenish the workforce. The problem is that unlike the Europeans who immigrated to the knew world, many of these Muslim “immigrants” do not want to work. They see us as dhimmis, and they want their tribute.

          The globalists are too blinded by ideology to see the world for how it truly is and how things truly work.

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          • That’s because one group are immigrants; and the other are INVADERS who do not come to assimilate but to DOMINATE.

            Their motto could easily be “DOMINATE NOT ASSIMILATE”

            Rape the women, replace their gods with their own gods = these are signs a country has been invaded. 1,000 women raped New Years 2012 in Germany? Churches closing and mosques replacing them: THAT is an invasion.

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      • Suicidal aspirations.

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      • Texian says:

        I agree. Do not allow any immigration at all but for extreme exceptions. America reached a stasis of population in the early 20th Century. Multiculturalism – You have humans in your house, but it is not fair to the rats so you have to take in two breeding pairs of rats so they can run rampant and populate your house. Now that’s not fair to the cockroaches, so you have to take in five breeding pairs of cockroaches so they can run rampant and populate your house.. and etc. Soon your house is overrun with rats and cockroaches that have destroyed the house so now the humans that had kept a clean and orderly house have been degraded to living at the level of rats and cockroaches..

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        • Sherlock says:

          True. Importing cheap labor leads to unemployment and low wages, which prompts the socialist state to dole out more benefits, which further depresses wages and employment. So, import more cheap labor and start all over again. Dog chasing its own tail into oblivion. The US is overpopulated now. More non-native population simply means a faster rush toward socialism. This country could do just fine, and become an unrivaled economic power, with 1/3 of its current population. It just take the right population and adherence to the constitution, just like in the earlier years of our republic.

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          • nimrodman says:

            ” Importing cheap labor leads to unemployment and low wages, which prompts the socialist state to dole out more benefits, which further depresses wages and employment. So, import more cheap labor and start all over again.”

            I read an economics article recently that helpfully clarified:

            “A welfare state is incapable of generating the revenue necessary to run a welfare state”

            Can’t disagree.

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      • aguila2011 says:

        I keep reminding people to keep the blame focused where it belongs … on the politicians and business leaders who set up the programs and freebies that allow this stuff to go on. They are the bad guys in all this.

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        • But the PEOPLE of the United States TOLERATED it and toleration screams ACCEPTANCE. When it first started no one put their foot down when it was a small problem. Now it’s to the point we got islamic terrorists as mayors who fight our law of the land and hate our people.

          So we cannot blame only the leaders. However, they could stop it and for THAT it is their blame. It is their blame to flood our cities NOW, but at the beginning we could’ve flat out rejected it.

          Say nothing means acceptance.

          I don’t see any Americans blocking their city streets and neighborhoods keeping the invaders out. Even though we had gun rights when it all started. Why? They didn’t want to get arrested? How is it that the people, not the government, but the people of Dearborn allowed this?

          Yes, I know. “We must be polite and obey the government at all costs.” And what a cost eh!

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        • islamic terrorists run the city of Dearborn Michican and yet the American people did not stop them nor reject their presence.

          You will always find islamics in “polite” go-along obey the government at all costs type of people; and where the churches are WEAK and stuck on STUPID. They worship the government more than God.

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  4. WSB says:

    Vive La France! Marine, votres mots sont magnifiques!

    And so it begins. If Marine Le Pen’s intentions are true and she can ween France from a socialist model to a capitalist one, she will have the support of her people, plus the full support of President Trump and the US.

    Britain, the United States of America and France have just put the world on notice.

    It was a great day yesterday!

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    • DebbieUK says:

      I don’t think Le Pen is a capitalist.

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      • Finalage says:

        She’s a nationalist. Unfortunately, because the French are innately socialist, she has to adopt some “socialist” positions in order to put together a winning coalition (as did Trump in his run).

        But ideology is secondary in this time in history to the real fight between globalization vs sovereignty. On this score, you cannot do better than Le Pen!

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      • smiley says:

        fiscally liberal…increase welfare, taxes.

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      • WSB says:

        However, she did travel to Trump Tower for a meeting prior to putting together this speech and her rally yesterday.

        I wonder if Trump can start to influence her thinking and work with France on a bilateral trade agreement?

        And My French is off here…” Vos mots sont magnifiques!”

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  5. james23 says:

    Very interesting. I am pulling for ‘La France’ and the French. The EU needs a determined nationalist counterweight to the socialist insanity of the EU.

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  6. Trump effect across the Atlantic! It’s people vs fat cat government!

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  7. Beenthere says:

    Please keep in mind that Le Pen may have been in Trump Tower but she was not invited nor did Trump meet with her. There’s something dark about her campaign that even has Trump distancing himself from her.

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    • BabyBoomer says:

      President Trump could not have met with her. The appearance of meddling in another country’s elections is highly inappropriate and would have a dual devastating effect. It would have been bad not only for Trump with such a meeting, but would have handicapped LePen as her detractors would use it as a fulcrum to sanitize themselves.

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      • Beenthere says:

        Then her political instincts are not very good.

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        • BabyBoomer says:

          I do not know how good her instincts are. The reports I read stated that she did not request to see Donald Trump. From the photo it appears that she did seek advice from those with knowledge of the mechanizations of running a successful campaign….but that is only conjecture on my part. I am treating this much the same as I always form an opinion of any proposed leader…I wait for the facts to come to fruition. I am in a holding pattern with LePen but have high hopes for France in attaining FREXIT

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        • No, but your antenna is not tuned into the correct frequency. In other words your instincts. We don’t know what Le Pen was doing in New York and to judge that without having any facts makes one nothing but a GOSSIP.

          Let’s give it some time. Trump has said time and time again AMERICA FIRST. He is not interested in France nor Italy nor Germany at this time because it is not THEIR TIME.

          You are reading way too much into this and basing your judgement on having no facts to begin with. DO YOU KNOW MARINE LE PEN? DO YOU LIVE IN FRANCE?

          A lot of us are rooting for Le Pen on the RIGHT but make no mistake about it: AMERICA FIRST. Trump is going to meet with and sign deals with all those that will MAGA. And right now it is not France’s time for Trump. He will want to get more familiar and wait and see the political climate first.

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          • Beenthere says:

            I would think for someone who lives in Italy she/he would have a clue what the French are like when it comes to politics & religion. Hint: they’re pure socialists. And we all know how socialism is related to its cousin, fascism.

            Out of all the building lobbies & restaurants & coffee shops in NYC, Le Pen just happens to pick the building with all the Secret Service, NYPD, other security personnel, & news personnel for a private meeting. ———-Come on, don’t be so gullible.

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      • Marc says:

        “something dark”
        Oh please, you concern troll. You sound like the lying MSM.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          LMAO!

          I wish I could find the video compilation of the MSM talking heads all calling Trump’s nomination speech “dark”. It was absolutely hysterical. Went on forever.

          DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK DARK

          I was waiting for Mel Brooks on a wagon to say “And schwartz, too!”

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      Yeah, she’s a nut. The conservatives will win if they promise the French people a a fair referendum (outlining the terms) of a “Frexit.”

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      • Finalage says:

        She’s not a nut. If you have actually taken 5 minutes listening to her, you would understand that she articulates better than anyone I’ve heard the perils of mass immigration and globalization.

        With all that said, her challenge to win the French elections is even greater than what Trump faced in the US. Her run is equivalent to an independent party/candidate winning in the US. It just doesn’t happen at any level here and it will equally difficult in France. But then again, you would have assumed the Patriots (how appropo, no?) being down 25 points at halftime had no chance to win too. MAGA!! Vive Le Pen!!!

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      • MVW says:

        “Yeah, she’s a nut.”
        Either you are a low information poster or think we are. She is extremely bright, articulate, and has backbone courage. Go and take your nuttiness and peddle it in a dark blog where such comments would be welcome.

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    • pochas94 says:

      Trump does not want to be seen to be meddling in French politics. It would be a bad precedent to be setting for himself.

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    • Trump is focused on UK right now. He distanced himself from Salvini (RIGHT leader in Italy) as well. Trump was silent on Italy’s referendum and he was silent when the Italian shot the terrorist from Germany n Milan. He’s got to get UK on board with USA first. He also has a special love for UK. He has spoken up about PARIS being overrun by islamic terrorism but not really get involved so much with France, and he absolutely steers clear of speaking about Italy.

      I think he will branch out to the other countries AFTER they are closer to having independence and after he secures a stable renewed relationship with the UK. Also, Trump doesn’t like to speak out or speak up about countries he is not very familiar with. He likes to at least know what he’s talking about. He may in fact be learning and studying their government and constitutions and laws and ways before he jumps in the way he is doing with the UK. The UK speak English and his mom was born in Scotland so he has more confidence and knowledge to speak knowing what he’s talking about.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Read up on her father and the origins of Front National; there are indeed dark things about that movement. There are dark things at work within AfD/Pegida. While the anti-islamization movement has its merits, there are some less merit-able groups piggy-backing off of them. And those groups are very much not friendly to America in any shape or form.
      It is what it is: if the groups in power in Europe had been wiser (and less greedy and self-interested), then there would have been no need for alternative populist parties (rather a similar situation to here); that certain very disreputable and potentially dangerous groups would attach themselves to these movements (this is where the U.S. and Europe do part company — we are still not as susceptible to their brand of nationalism because ours is a very different beastie; may it always be so for it is far more of a protection to our country than many know); that these groups could find a voice is not surprising given the nature of the situation in Europe (which is not the same as here, and we need to well remember that too).
      What those countries do is their own decision ultimately.
      We just have to remember that we are our own country and may or may not be on friendly terms with any of them depending upon what their plans are. We must keep a close eye and be willing to act accordingly…trust but verify.

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  8. NJF says:

    Les Deplorables unite!

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  9. Finalage says:

    National greatness trumps ideology. Ideology has been used to fool the masses, while the political classes systematically pursue ever greater control and power through globalization.

    The only response is a democratic nationalism, otherwise the people will utterly lose their sovereignty. The EU is but one example of the totalitarianism that results from unaccountable supranational organizations that rule by technocrats. The TPP, the WTO, TTIP and other such major ageements would have done the same to the US.

    Thank God for Trump (MAGA!!) and vive Le Pen!

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  10. Windy Day says:

    I don’t trust this woman. I’ve read that she’s very anti-Christian.

    So glad I don’t have to vote for her!

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    • KBR says:

      Theodore Shoebat makes the claim that LePen will ban Christianity. From what I can see, she says she will ban Christian and Jewish and Muslim (all religious) symbolism and identifying forms of dress.

      Of course, for Christians, that would likely include all holy relics, all crosses, all crucifixes and many works of art and cathedrals, old tombs, graveyard tombstones… Where would it end? If a visitor to France shows up wearing a cross necklace, will they be arrested? Will owning a Bible be against the law? If there are no symbols allowed, will the (antique) churches have to be destroyed, along with the (new) mosques?

      LePen, do not throw away centuries of French culture and history, even if you personally are not a believer!

      http://shoebat.com/2016/10/20/marine-le-pen-declares-war-on-christianity-and-says-that-she-will-ban-christianity-if-she-takes-power-in-france/

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      • MVW says:

        Can you read? Or are you a Troll? This is disinformation regurgitation of an interpretation of her position. Knock it off. Educate yourself before throwing the BS. From the article itself,

        “She said on Sunday that Jews and Christians would have to accept the ban in order to “fight the advance of political Islam”.

        If elected in April and May next year Le Pen, 48, said she would extend the current ban on religious symbols in state schools to all public spaces.

        “I know this is a sacrifice, but I believe that the situation is too serious today.””

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        • KBR says:

          Ad hominem attacks against me are surely the worst way to put forth any argument you have against what Shoebat had to say.

          Trolls are the ones who most often like to come back hours after a comment is made to make ad hominem attacks against the posters…Like you have done.

          If you can argue the case against what Shoebat said in his article, do so. And provide your links to back it up.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        France has tended toward a fairly militant secularism for a long time–part of their French Revolution heritage, for better or for worse.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      I’m sorry to hear that. There is no way to win without all the prayer cover that President Trump has had, and still has. If she pushes God away, she’s on her own.

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      • MVW says:

        “I’m sorry to hear that.”

        What? Hear what? That she is looking to keep Islam and Sharia law out of France? I am sorry to hear you don’t inform yourself.

        Have we had an infestation of Trolls?

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      • Yes, that is true. She may think that the only way to “win the argument” against islam is to do the “even-Steven” thing, i.e, in order to ban the burqa and praying in the streets and prayer rugs and all the other islamic stuff, that she will have to do the same with Christian or Jewish faiths. Because she thinks that is the only way to solve it. Keep in mind France has a very big population of islamics.

        But you’re right, denying God won’t help it will only hurt. Secularism can work but only with a dictator. For a free society no.

        Always the answer to Islam is Christianity. Islam doesn’t get a firm hold where Christianity is vibrant and the Christians are alive and on fire with the Holy Spirit. Islam gets a hold in places were the people’s faith has grown STALE and cob webs in their churches. Many churches in France closed PRIOR to the muslims arriving.

        Muslims will fill any void and enter where people of God are weak.

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        • clarification: “But you’re right, denying God won’t help it will only hurt. Secularism can work but only with a dictator. For a free society no.”

          THAT’S WHEN A BIG POPULATION IS MUSLIM THAT IS!

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        • piper567 says:

          MoniQue…You have hit the nail on the head with: Muslims WILL fill any void and enter where people of God are weak.
          Just as American church has become weak from admitting the World, it is being weakened further by this insidious, promoted confusion between “REFUGEE” and :POTENTIAL TERRORISTS, or, as TRUMP calls them, “bad guys”.

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      • But in all fairness, Le Pen may end up not pushing God away. Just maybe at this time she thinks that is the solution. But keep in mind most of her best allies are Christians. One of her closest allies (Salvini) went around placing the baby Jesus and crib in managers in North Italy where teachers and others removed it “for fear not to insult” the muslim migrants. So she is not anti-God personally. But just thinks this is the answer to winning the argument with muslims pollitically because she doesn’t want to stand up and claim Christianity is a valid religion and islam isn’t. This is difficult because France, especially Paris is not much for God–anymore. I think so far 60 Churches were closed and replaced with mosques. So the public are not so Christian like Trump’s block of support in the US. She’s really between aock and a hard place.

        And God uses lots of people who are for Him or against Him. But I think you’re thinking that she will not possibly be able to fight the onslaught like Trump did because Trump had Heavenly protection. However, perhaps she is not the same calling as Trump. We’ll have to see. In any case, she is at least on the right track to at least not let anymore of those islamics come in.


        Heroes of Europe: vocal defenders of Europe critical of EU, globalist banksters, mass migration and Islamification of Europe.
        (L-R) Matteo Salvini, Italy’s Lega Nord (Northern League) party leader; Harald Vilimsky, Austria’s Freedom Party (FPOe); Marine Le Pen, France’s National Front political party head; Geert Wilders, Dutch Freedom Party (PVV) leader; and Gerolf Annemans, Belgium.

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    • MVW says:

      Don’t ‘listen’ to anyone but LePen. If you have been following Trump you would know that. Why don’t you know that, by the way?

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    • Jason Ross says:

      Asking Marine Le Pen to embrace Catholicism in France and start campaigning outside Cathedrals iis akin to asking trump to ignore the evangelical vote and speak out in favor of humanism in America. It would be political suicide for both.
      People on this site need to be a little more worldly when it comes to geopolitics and world history in general.

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  11. cycle1 says:

    She can damage the left, once elected, with Le Pen & Le Phone!😀

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  12. FLOTUS Melania #1 Fan says:

    Make France Great Again!

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  13. Blade says:

    Didn’t IslamoNazis just attack the Louvre? Wouldn’t know it from our Enemedia.

    Looks to me that either the IslamoNazis are not as smart as they think they are… or … they are secretly rooting for Maine Le Pen. Another attack or two and she is a shoe-in and then they’ll really pay.

    Funny how that works.

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    • Keln says:

      No, Islamists aren’t smart. If they were, they would quietly migrate and propagate and never bother anyone until they are large enough in number to basically take over a country.

      But they just can’t help themselves. They don’t understand peace. They just have to blow people up and piss everyone off in the process.

      Islam is a dangerous system, especially in the hands of idiots. And generation after generation of inbreeding makes a lot of idiots.

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      • Deb says:

        Too many morons want their 70 virgins in paradise.

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      • The truth is that they need only be around 8% of a country to start demanding things and becoming mayors and getting in the US government in many capacities. 10-12% and that becomes magnified. The target generous and weak societies who are fooled into believing islam is just a peaceful religion. Like Dearborn Michigan. I even hear they have somewhat of a no-go zone there.

        Sometime if you can find a time lapse video that shows islamic migration and takeover of country after country. They may move slow but in 1400 have taken over a lot.

        They are stupid though, they worship a rock vagina that fell from the sky and rape animals and childlren and really anyone including their own sisters and probably their moms. And they pray to the ancient demon god allat aka allah aka the moon god known in many cultures by many different names but always you know who they are because they are depicted with the crescent moon.

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  14. sagatel says:

    Before Trump’s election, Russia was the leader of anti-globalist movement and look how demonized their leader is. This ideological shift from globalism to anti-globalism is not going to go smoothly neither in US, Europe. Global finance leaders will confront rising anti-globalist movement and will try to destroy it. Ultra-rich globalist elite tried for decades to defuse nationalism and nation states….France, Germany, UK, Scandinavian countries are infused with Muslim migration same was going to happen here if Hillary won the Presidency. President Trump is intimidating not only Washington establishment but world power elite. These combined power will go after him and will try to paralyze his Presidency big time.

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  15. severance23 says:

    Because France runs a two-round system for its Presidential elections, it’s going to be incredibly tough for Le Pen to win this one. If, as expected, Le Pen finishes in the top two in the first round, you can guarantee that whichever of the major parties finishes third will advise their supporters to vote for her opponents in the second round. Still, I’ve got my fingers crossed for her.

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    • darththulhu says:

      She needs to be in a runoff against the Socialist party. That is a race she can win. If she is in a runoff with the centrists, all the Left will vote against her … but if her opponent is a pro-EU Socialist, she can split off workers and middle class centrists like Trump did.

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  16. hugofitch1 says:

    “Critics were quick to call her campaign speech “a frightening image of France’s future”

    If you’re not catching flak you’re not over the target.

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  17. MIKE says:

    I don’t know enough about Marine Le Pen, but if she’s smart she will study President Trumps’ recently written medical journal, and learn how he dissected each and every leftist construct with surgical precision.
    Her timing is good. The revolution, successful here, has made its’ way abroad again.
    Also, a very nice hat tip to the men and women in the silent service, with the sonar analogy. I really love reading here it’s a cool crisp breath of fresh air. Thanks.

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  18. andi lee says:

    Whoa! That should sink him!

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  19. Dora says:

    This sounds like a good year for elections.

    Could this be the new Marine Le Pen or Donald Trump of Denmark?

    Denmark’s newest anti-Muslim migrant party – The New Conservatives’ (Nye Borgerlige) – led by 41-year-old Pernille Vermund, supports exiting the EU as well as deportation of criminal immigrants and Muslim ‘welfare hunters’ posing as refugees.

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/2017/02/06/could-this-be-the-new-marine-le-pen-or-donald-trump-of-denmark/

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  20. PatriotGalNC says:

    VIVA LA FRANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We The People are in your fight, Marine! You GO GIRL!

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  21. Hollister says:

    The way I understand it, the president has the authority to simply have the State Department zero out visa quotas from which countries he wishes. Can we tweet and email the WH about this?! I am growing alarmed that soon it will be too late if something is not done about immigration from countries which are hostile toward us.

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  22. MVW says:

    God will have the final say. Islam needs to be discouraged.

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  23. SpanglishKC says:

    Why does anyone care whether Le Pen is socialist, etc? If the French people want socialism its their business. I do want the Western world to get it’s act together and fight multi-culturalism and rampant immigration. I have always appreciated all cultures and each country should fight to preserve its culture and fight globalism. Wasn that a liberal view not too many years ago…too appreciate all cultures…WTH? Now the communists and globalists want us all the same…no thanks. When I gto go Italy I want to experience Italy or France or Spain or Australia. I don’t don’t wnat to experience Islamic values unless I am in Indonesia becaue I chose to go there.

    In many ways America has always shown the way and will continue to do so. Freedom works There is a reason we are the most economically powerful country in history. Freedom, capitalism and work ethic have been instrumental. We ar the least socialist country on earth.

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    • Exactly, who wants to spend a lot of money to go on a romantic vacation in Italy and visit the world famous city of GENOA

      Looking for this: Italian culture in Genoa

      Instead see this: The city of Genoa no longer has the traditional local Italian people and feels like you’re in African instead

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    • Or go to Venice for a nice holiday

      …and instead see this and cannot help but see there’s something very wrong, very out of place and no locals native to Venice


      A riot erupted in a reception centre in Venice following the death of an African migrant. Migrants lit fires and staff were unable to escape for hours.

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    • Jason Ross says:

      Much in the way that Trump’s base of support is a big tent (an entirely new spin on the GOP), it must be understood that our political allies throughout the West have disparate cultural traditions that must be respected.
      Asking Marine Le Pen to embrace Catholicism in France and start campaigning outside Cathedrals is akin to asking trump to ignore the evangelical vote and speak out in favor of humanism in America. It would be political suicide for both and it would needlessly throw away potential votes.
      France’s past socialism enabled them to drop out of Nato for a period, and its secularism led to the debate on headscarves and hijabs. This is a good thing.
      In 1889, Hindenburg instituted national healthcare in Germany and it completely stifled the fledgling leftist parties in the republic. You do what works to defeat the opposition.

      People on this site need to be a little more worldly when it comes to geopolitics and world history in general.

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  24. jbrickley says:

    Fear and Loathing in old Paris and Brussels.

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  25. The LEFT are scared. Scared of the RIGHT movement in Europe specifically at this time: MARINE LE PEN. But they are also putting out propaganda against the RIGHT movement in Italy too. Namely: THE DAILY BEAST.

    They must be scared and there is a new writer for Daily Beast who wrote a piece of propaganda slamming Salvini and Le Pen, but mostly Salvini because he and Le Pen are allies and close friends. So they want to paint Le Pen as a Nazi so they dirty up and lie about Salvini as “a blackshirt of Mussolini” to plant seeds of propaganda to hurt Le Pen’s campaign. The LEFT is afraid because of France and then Italy’s next election could both go RIGHT and the globalists don’t want that.

    Just today Daily Beast, a pedophile out of DC named Andrew Desiderio wrote an article accusing Salvini (Italian Northern League aka Lega) of being a fascist and supporting Mussolini. That may sound like a YAWN when someone accuses an American like Trump of this; but it is quite a different story when they do it against an Italian because Mussolini did in fact rule Italy and there is in fact still a fascist political party in Italy.

    The equivalent is like KKK I guess. It would be a YAWN if someone called an Italian in Italy a KKK or David Duke because there has never been KKK here. Likewise the “mussolini” thing doesn’t really work in USA against Trump either since USA never had Mussolini nor the fascist party.

    There is a fascist party in Italy, it is really small (CasaPound is one), they are far right and they have nothing to do with Lega Nord (Salvini’s party THE LEAGUE in English).

    SO NOW WE KNOW THE GLOBALISTS IN USA ARE CAMPAIGNING AGAINST LE PEN. Odd as it may sound that the LEFT in the US would butt into the politics of France but they are. It’s at the early stages but this new article lying about Salvini “wearing a black shirt” then saying that “he is a black shirt who supports Mussolini” is trying to be established by this writer at Daily Beast, sent from Washington DC no doubt. In this way they are trying to tie Le Pen to fascism and of course Nazism. Keep in mind those terms mean something far more devastating than when they’re used in America. Namely because in Europe there really were both the Fascist party and Nazi party that led their countries. So this is no laughing matter.

    Article here: A good idea if we want to help Le Pen to know that globalists right in the United States for American publications are actually trying to dirty her campaign. Globalists are GLOBAL.
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/02/06/italy-s-matteo-salvini-is-donald-trump-s-loudest-foreign-surrogate.html

    I did pop off several tweets to this writer. He needs to correct the article. Until then he has me on his arse. If you want to help the RIGHT in Europe, first France then others please pop him a comment.

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  26. Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, age 25, granddaughter of Marine Le Pen, has been a French MP for three years. Marion refuses to accept the terms “far right” or “extreme” to describe her party or her own views. She prefers “nationalist right” or “patriotic” or just “right wing”.

    ❤ Pepe Le Pen ❤

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    • Wayne Robinson says:

      Pepe on your say alone I will look for opportunity to show support. I resisted her cause I herd she wanted christians and Jews to abandon their religious symbols . To me seems like that is giving jehadis what they want cause they are not gonna abide by any national law anyway . But because of you Pepe I’ll try to let that go . After all I don’t really know it could have Benin CNN or NBC or oh you know

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  27. rsanchez1990 says:

    I’ve been practicing my French listening to Le Pen’s speech. It is a very good speech. Her chances are looking better after the previous front runner Fillon found himself mired in scandal.

    It’s just a shame that the British political system makes it hard for Nigel Farage to become Prime Minister. Farage, Le Pen, and Trump would be a very formidable triple alliance against globalism.

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  28. All American Snowflake says:

    Has anyone posted this little beauty yet?

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