Update: French Election – Results and Discussion Thread – *Update: Macron Wins, Le Pen Concedes…

The polls close at 8pm local in France Today.  That’s 2pm EDT, 11am PDT.  The results of the election should be well known very quickly after the polls close. RESULTS

Candidate Emmanuel Macron, the political establishments favorite EU socialist, is the heavy favorite to win.  Marine Le Pen is the peoples candidate who campaigned on a platform of French sovereignty.

Overall French media are reporting a lower than usual turnout with voting abstentions the highest in decades and large numbers of ballots returned blank.  This indicates a troubling trend of low enthusiasm for Macron; that’s the first sign of trouble the elitist French political class.

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746 Responses to Update: French Election – Results and Discussion Thread – *Update: Macron Wins, Le Pen Concedes…

  1. Sylvia Avery says:

    I’m not surprised at the election results, but I am sad. I’m not even especially sad for the French because I have considered them a Lost Cause for a really long time. I am sad because I had hoped to see globalism be delivered another big old black eye, but that didn’t happen. But France is France. I hope we don’t expend our blood and treasure trying to save their sorry hides once again.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Totally agree! I am disappointed more than anything, I thought were beginning to see the rise of democracy against the plutocrats, better known as the banking cartel, and wrestle control back to the people in order to determine a better future. A guy like Macron, an Obama clone on steroids, gets elected has got to be the dumbest and most disappointing thing I have ever witnessed. France, along with Germany are lost causes, but now Poland will begin to be under siege due to their unwillingness to accept migrants. Is it possible they will be asked to save Europe once again?

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      • Dave Radetsky says:

        You are absolutely right and the lesson for Americans is that the success of Trump’s presidency won’t come easy. Many people here act like anyone who thinks Trump won’t get everything he wants are just too negative. But the fact is that he is up against the worldwide globalist effort, not just the Democrats in America. This is the war for the soul of America and Trump’s election is only the victory in one small battle. We must be raising our children to take the mantle from us and continue the fight because no matter how well Trump does, this war will take far longer than a few election cycles. If we are to succeed then the battle must be passed on to the next generation to continue what we can do now.

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        • piper567 says:

          I believe this is a spiritual battle that goes back to the Garden of Eden, when we decided that maybe God did not need to be obeyed after all.
          This is the evil that man is better off with his own plans for the future of our race.
          We who are patriotic Americans side with freedoms which God bestowed upon us, freedoms which are in direct conflict with those of these minions of our adversary.
          It is up to us to defend “our soul”, as Dave, above, says; we cannot do this without God’s help.
          We are SO fortunate to have TRUMP on the side of the American soul…and I believe he is beginning to understand that even he cannot prevail without the help of God…who, btw, is being mentioned more frequently in his presentations. (“We are all made by the same God.”)
          We must pray daily for TRUMP’s protection and engage in this fight on whatever level we are able, continuing to have faith that God has this…God does not need to read the morning posts to know what is going on in “…this present evil age.”
          Maybe its time for another postcard brigade, so that TRUMP knows we believe in him and his tireless work?

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    • botvinnik says:

      Bartholdi’s “Liberty Enlightening The World” weeps on her pedestal in New York Harbor today.

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  2. Question Everything says:

    The next big migration will be people fleeing Europe.
    I can’t say when but I can say with a high degree of certainty that it will happen over time.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      What are you talking about? People have already been fleeing Europe, just ask the Brits!

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      • louche9 says:

        Speaking as a Floridian, you can’t swing a cuppa without hitting one; they’re certainly in force here (including my stepson).

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        • Jedi9 says:

          I know. I worked and lived in Lake Mary, and met quite a few of them there. One such guy, who I worked with was critical of America on how it didn’t compare to Europe in terms of aesthetics and old world view. I asked him why he came to America, and if he disliked it so much why don’t he return to England. He had no response, other than relocating for the nice weather in Florida. Typical coming from a socialist Limey!

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Met the owner of a small mom and pop hotel in Daytona Beach , prior
          to 2012 elections. Brit, product of Manchester. Said he very seldom
          went home, because there was no home left to see. This was before
          the massive European influx post Hillary/ Merkel.

          Two years later, vacationed on the Gulf Coast, around Sanborn. Every
          body we met had a British accent. Don’t know how many decided to
          stay for good since.

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          • Esperanza says:

            Agree with this. You guys criticise France but outside Paris and Marseille it still is totally France. UK, not so.

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    • frjas says:

      They can’t come here. The last thing we need are more imported socialists.

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      • All American Snowflake says:

        And that is exactly what we have in the Pacific Northwest. An awful lot of European Socialist who are here illegally. They just come to a sanctuary city and gang up in a Socialist group.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        I feel the same. I know there are some good sane non-Leftist Western Europeans but gawd, hard to pick thru that mess and actually locate them.

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      • Binkser1 says:

        Exactly. Socialists and Leftists always ruin the place where they are, so they have to move and then they move to the next place and ruin it, etc., etc.

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    • aprilyn43 says:

      @Question Everything – EU Fleeing .. Where ? The disease of Islam & Muslims is everywhere!
      Now there’s talk of removing Trump .. Pense. And, while I’d like to think they can’t do that … truth is, the liberal left .. th Globalists, have never give in.

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  3. No one can save France, or Europe it seems.

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  4. Kristin says:

    Ma douce France: adieu!

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    • domain496 says:

      My reaction was RIP France. After Wilder’s defeat and now Le Penn’s, I am discouraged that Europe will even survive. I think it’s already a lost cause. Sad, really. All the cultures and history will be erased and a gigantic Islamic wasteland will take it’s place.

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      • Maquis says:

        And the Muzzies will kill each other until no humans are left and the planet experiences another near total extinction event.

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        • domain496 says:

          America is the last bastion of civility, freedom, and Christianity. And we are weakened by the savage Left. Surrounded by wild packs of these animals, it isn’t just for America we have to be strong… it’s for the world. God save us and give us the strength to carry the burden.

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  5. Oldskool says:

    Apparently vote counting fraud taken to a new level, dem 2.0. Like to see how the Austrian exit polling, per some of the posts here around 11:15 eastern was showing Le Pen 50.7 to Macron 49.6 and then she loses by 30+ points, was so wrong. The French get what they get, good riddance.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      The problem with the French election system is that they don’t have an electoral college to factor in proper representation like the US does. A lot of the rural communities outside of the larger cities such as Paris and Nice are disenfranchised and are the likely voters who supported LePen.

      The problem with LePen, and after watching the debates was not so much about what she said,(but that too was also a factor) but her body language and facial expressions that ultimately failed her! She often had sadness and defeatism written in her facial expressions. She failed to drive home the point, and allowed herself to succumb to Macron’s level of attacking, when she should have took the high road and focused more on painting Macron as the establishment candidate by exploiting who he really is, a EU plutocratic set up by the establishment to undermine French nationalism and their interests of determination and sovereignty, issues that are facing France today.

      Just goes to show that France for all the bluster they go on about such as Humanity, social causes, anti war, Immigration, blah, blah, that for the first time when it matter the most couldn’t make history by voting and electing a Woman to lead them. I guess France can still be considered a misogynistic society! Pathetic!

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      • Esperanza says:

        You guys fail to realise MLP was not a good candidate. Her economic policies were incoherent. She was proning a return to dual Frank and Euro currency, and failed to explain it well. And when it counted, she did not step up to the plate.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          “She was proning a return to dual Frank and Euro currency, and failed to explain it well.”

          That is a good point! Then again having a unified message that appeals to all of France is like herding cats! Macron will have a uphill battle on most fronts and doubt he will be able to do much as the EU’s inevitable collapse is imminent!

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    • The vote count was NEVER anywhere near that count for the entire night. Somebody was playing tricks – and not very funny ones at that. There was no fraud. Stupidity, yes. Idiocy, yes. Moronic, yes. But fraud? No.

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  6. nobaddog says:

    The French surrendered France again. I declare France a safe Zone for liberals worldwide. Go snowflake. Go to France! Its everything you could ever want. No go zones where the police wont bother you. Go, Go now. Hurry before it fills up.

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  7. Brant says:

    Brexit, France, and US. Talk about excellent Petri dishes for the next few years. Esp. observing the parallel of France and US. I am sure MSM will not like to report on almost certain “events” in the next couple years. The French vote gives the “visitors” cart Blanche. “There is no one to stop us.”

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  8. sunnydaze says:

    Look at this idiot comment. Self-satisfied Jerk patting herself on the back cuz she didn’t vote today:

    Madame Joséphine, Paris, France, 3 hours ago
    “Glad that I didn’t vote today and didn’t take part in this rigged (s)election. There’s never been an ounce of suspense. The French media had been bombarding us with Emmanuel Macron de Ro/ts/ch/il/d for a year. Nothing new under the sun of the New World Order.”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4482380/Emmanuel-Macron-set-France-s-youngest-president.html#comments

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  9. sunnydaze says:

    Nigel Farage up next on Lou Dobbs.

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  10. boogywstew says:

    The earliest known artificial fiber was not rayon. It was a man made fiber that initially the F

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    • boogywstew says:

      The earliest known artificial fabric was not rayon. It was a man made fabric that initially the French inventors had high hopes for but turned out to be a disaster. The fabric’s close touch with human skin turned the average wearer into what was described by French doctors at the time as “terminal mommy’s boys” ! Of course that fabric is widely known by it’s original name … “Macron”.

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  11. cjzak says:

    And there you have it. The middle finger to all French and world nationalists. Wow.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/05/07/macron-walks-out-to-eu-anthem-to-address-supporters-video/

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    • boogywstew says:

      I have mixed emotions … sorta like I might have if a Hillary campaign bus with no empty seats went over a cliff while they were all giving me the finger?

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Their eyes will only open after it is too late. Their new national anthem. Although they think it is the music of their dream, they will hear it in their nightmares.

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  12. Like

    • Sedanka says:

      She’s simply a pig.

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      • Les says:

        I thought it was interesting how she admitted the “media” tells her what to say. Who is wagging the dog now?

        I catch my news on Weasel Zippers much of the time. I bet Hillary doesn’t read WZ.

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          I found it amusing to see her rail against the media. Does she think that is the winning ticket? The reason President Trump won? Yes, he made the media the common enemy and we agreed with him. However, they are fake because their lie for her and the Dems. Absurd to see her try to join the anti media camp.

          Besides, the media is the only friend Hillary has and all that propped her facade up. She can not afford to go that route.

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        • TatonkaWoman says:

          Excellent point, Les!!!

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Hillary Clinton:
      You absolutely KNOW that the United States of America IS NOT a “democracy”–it is a REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLIC. In which, thank the Almighty God, there is the Electoral College—what stopped YOU from being the President of the United States. Would that France had a similar body. Too bad, too late for France.
      You, Hillary Clinton, are a LIAR who is trying to jumpstart a run for U.S. President in 2020.
      Maybe you should do to France what you did in New York—move there, be a carpet bagger, and run for the Presidency of FRANCE.

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  13. cjzak says:

    Hillary just turns my stomach. After all she did, the corruptness, the lies and yet she now struts around gloating over her globalist friends stealing France and sealing the EU dominance over sovereignty. I am still praying she gets hauled into court and ends up in jail. She so deserves it.

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  14. keebler AC says:

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  15. My oh my! Where to begin? Comments here on the button. * France lost France AGAIN. No American blood to be shed for French Frogs ever again (for any of Socialist Europe for that matter). Let them all dangle – we cannot save fools from themslves (indeed we have millions of Socialist fools in the USA to deal with) * Europe is a lost cause – Socialism and their ignorant bleeding hearts have done them in – just a matter of time before Islam is in full control as most of these countries die a slow death. * To be sure, Brits have not “just started to flee the Sharia, Muslim, Socialism so engulfed life there now that they can’t even protect themselves IN THEIR OWN HOMES and if they try, THEY are the ones prosecuted – BRITS HAVE BEEN BAILING OUT FOR GOING ON 2 DECADES. I am an American Expat living in Thailand and I can tell you that Brits far outnumber any other group – in fact they are the largest number of Expats in most ANY country you can name – indeed Cyprus is inundated with them. BYE BYE EUROPE.
    …Yakatony

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  16. By the way, Hello and good day to you SUNDANCE! With just a handful more like you we could roll over the Socialist Democrats and their Marxist Media Propagandists in a month! Keep on keeping on Guy!

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  17. Binkser1 says:

    Well, yet another country has sacrificed its culture at the altar of political correctness. Feeling superior to other cultures (those disgusting Americans, as the French consider us) and not “racist” was more important than saving their country. France is done. I should have expected this from the cowardly French who would rather cower and live on their knees than die on their feet. What’s ironic is their capitulation and cowardice will actually lead to a quicker death for them. I feel bad for the French that want to save their culture but they awakened too late. Thank God we stopped ours right at the edge, although we are still teetering over the abyss. I hate to be blunt and God forgive me but I say the following to the French who voted for Macron: When you take that last breath after being run over by a truck, or you see one of your loved ones blown to bits, or feel that steel in your belly from the knife of “misunderstood, peaceful” Muslim, remember you voted for it. But at least you’ll feel “superior” while you take your last breath and they won’t call you a “racist.”

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  18. sunnydaze says:

    France’s new National Anthem (this is so mean but…oh well….can’t help it):

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  19. gary says:

    It is too bad the FRENCH don’t respect their own culture, and want to be deluded with importing Muslim terrorists that trash their culture and country.

    It used to be France had a rich history, as England and other European Countries, now they lost everything by letting the globalists who don’t care a damn about these countries but are just intent on ONE corp World Government owned by the Billionaires CLUB.

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  20. keebler AC says:

    25% voted to abstain, the French media and tabulators are misleading people right under their noses! This means Macron only got 48% of votes in total from all those who voted. They’re trying to push the votes by fraud to reach a majority 51% but they are having trouble. 26% voted Marine which means 51% rejected Macron. Chances are the true rejection level is much higher due to ballot spoiling of Marine’s voter tabs.

    There were protestors at the Macron victory bash. Predominantly youth aged 18-24 will form the counter-revolution against Macron in the days to come. They understand that they’ve been brainwashed since childhood and they are not socialists. I can post a link to a vid later about it.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Isn’t that bizarre that the people who knew France pre-EU voted that way?

      Thank God for the younger gen. in France! Unless, they’re leaving info out of that poll.

      Wonder how many voted FOR LePen in each group?

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    • Esperanza says:

      The torn ballots is a red herring, there are as many ballots as you want at polling stations. All you have to do is take another one.

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  21. WeThePeople2016 says:

    How many native born French actually voted and how many foreigners voted in this election? If we knew the actual results, it might put things in perspective. Also, LePen had been trashed for months by the French media calling her a “Far-right” candidate and Macron is the “Centrist” (my arse). They portrayed her as a wacky loon while he is Mr. Saint. It won’t be long before the truth starts to come out on him. The guy worked for Hollande, who is very unpopular. The Socialist party is almost wiped out. Little do they know they just voted in another Socialist!

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    • camulla says:

      Americans see Democrats as centrist. The views here that we have are not shared with millions of Americans who still watch the networks, and people need to start convincing low information voters now that Democrats are communists.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Most of the Dems I know will never agree to “share the wealth”, so not what I would call Communists. They would never in a million years advocate for “sharing their home and splitting it up amongst the Plebes, etc.

        They are, to a person tho, Fascist. Anti Free Speech, Statists, want to micromanage what people say and how they think, etc. They are VERY comfortable with all of those concepts.

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        • camulla says:

          I think people would be surprised at how comfortable Millennials are with communism and socialism, and calling Democrats communists is not 100% inaccurate.

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    • Esperanza says:

      The problem is she played right into that narrative at the debate. It felt to me like she didn’t want to win.

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  22. American Made Man says:

    Very predictable outcome but sad nonetheless. Remember how fiercely France used to guard their “unique” culture? How times have changed…

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    • The Recent Republican says:

      Macron declared there is no such thing as French culture.

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      • LoveofUSA says:

        Macron is not intellectual. He never had a chance to figure out about life in general since he was, at the age of 15, too busy thinking of Teacher and bedtime. No wonder he hasn’t heard of French culture.

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  23. Never seen national suicide before.

    By the way, ever notice the top leaders (France, Germany, Belgium)
    don’t have kids and don’t give a crap about the next generation.

    The elites will always have their gated communities and armed guards.
    The little folks…no so much.

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  24. duchess01 says:

    Hmmm…

    Emmanuel Macron Wins. This Only Helps Marine Le Pen & FN In 2022 French Presidential Election

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    • Esperanza says:

      No, the Fn is finished. The French refuse to vote for a perceived racist party. Now was the time, if ever. Consistently the French vote for more less Socialist ecomics and harder security measures. These were not on offer in the election. Someone needs to do an internal take over of the classic right.

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      • churchmouse says:

        Esperanza, what do you think of François Baroin as a possible leader of LR?

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      • duchess01 says:

        “Socialist economics and harder security measures” do not equate to liberty – but, rather more control –

        Are you saying the French perceived the Nationalist Front as a racist party?

        Do you think it is possible for Le Pen to succeed in the future if the control of Parliament shifts?

        I guess I don’t understand their mindset – can you explain, please? Thanks!

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        • Esperanza says:

          Sorry, wasn’t clear, LESS socialism. No I don’t think Le Pen can ever win, she isn’t Presidential material. Yes the FN is seen as racist. It WAS racist. FN voters need to think carefully, every time they split the vote.

          What needs to happen is someone do an inside takeover.

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          • duchess01 says:

            Oh, IC – Thanks for explaining this to me , Esperanza – then, that ‘centrist’ label they pin on Macron doesn’t stick, either – right?

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  25. duchess01 says:

    French Election : Why Illuminati Rothschild Candidate Emmanuel Macron Already Won

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  26. NJF says:

    It’s always about her.

    SMH

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  27. TatonkaWoman says:

    My feelings about this election outcome are, first and foremost, great sadness. That is heavily sprinkled with out and out anger.

    And this – THIS!! – is why.

    Through two World Wars, our young American men – many hardly more than boys – went “over there” to battle evil oppressors who would take away the freedom and sovereignty of the French people, their country and culture.

    And now they just willy nilly vote it away. What a black day in their history.

    Additionally, there are many American military cemeteries in France. Testaments to our sacrifices on their behalf. If (reality check: when) the muslim world takes over France, I see these sacred burial grounds being desecrated. Rue that day.

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    • charlottecorday says:

      That is such a good point.
      I saw the recent commemoration of the battle of Verdun. It was incredibly disrespectful with young people running among the graves, a mock fight, jungle drums…sickening. i have always loved France, but i think, no more.

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  28. fangdog says:

    IMO, France will end as something similar to Venezuela.

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  29. sunnydaze says:

    We can save the music and books. Paintings, sculpture, architecture…well there’s a reason they’re called “ruins”.

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  30. The French really have nobody to blame but themselves now as they get taken over by a group who sees everyone not Muslim as ‘Infidels.’ But they can feel good about how inclusive they are as we continue to hear world news of terrorism in Paris and beheadings. I hate to see it and mourn for them, but they have now asked for it — and they will get it.

    History books will report about this time as the final death blow to France before being taken over by the Muslim world.

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  31. Eileen says:

    This may be an off the wall comment. I watched the election coverage on Nov 8 on Infowars. Jones said something as the early returns were coming in – if it weren’t for people like his show or Drudge, they would after counting the first few states, just declare Hillary Clinton the winner by some made up percentage; they were preparing us for her victory for weeks. In France, after I saw the early returns and exit polling data and then a short time later, Macron pulled 65% of the vote, a red flag went up: Macron had been polling that for weeks, almost the same number. I’m wondering if LePen really did win and they just REPORTED that Macron won. There are allegations of LePen ballots being destroyed. I’m speculating that she got so much, they stopped counting and just declared Macron the winner by the same percentage as his poll data (faked, IMO). France has a blackout which we don’t have and know that sites like Infowars will call out MSM if they called Clinton the winner when she wasn’t. So the French election minister doesn’t even have to count and there would be no way to contest it.

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  32. Timmy-the-Ute says:


    The New Mona Lisa.

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  33. 6x47 says:

    The results of this election remind us that every political race is unique, and each candidate runs his own race. Within the big overarching narrative the race is won and lost in the details.

    Yes LePen lost but there was far more at play than Euroskeptic vs. the Globalists. Many comments here point out that the name LePen and Front Nationale carry enormous baggage with French voters; and also there are scores of policy issues that matter to the French of which we are unaware.

    The obvious analogy in recent American politics is the Paul Nehlen primary challenge to Paul Ryan. To the national audience it was a story of pro-Trump populist Nehlen vs globalist tool and establishment sellout Ryan. On that basis, from the 50,000 foot level, the narrative was clear. On the local front however the post-mortem of the Nehlen loss (which incidentally was not unexpected) revealed that Nehlen suffered from a lack of “retail politics” (knocking on doors, meeting personally with the voters) and an over-reliance on outside money and endorsements from national figures.

    In neither case should any of that obscure the fact that the challengers LePen and Nehlen were significant underdogs who nevertheless achieved a a respectable showing.

    Even Trump vs. Clinton was far deeper than the Globalist vs. Nationalist-populist trope. Donald Trump was severely underestimated and contrary to expectations proved to be a skilled politician who worked tirelessly, reaching out to “The Forgotten Man” in a way quite unlike anyone else. Hillary Clinton on the other hand was a horrible candidate who essentially didn’t even show up for most of the campaign.

    Bottom line: In every election, behind the narrative framing the coverage “it’s the candidate, stupid”.

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    • Esperanza says:

      This. Had Le Pen had a cohérent economics policy, or been able to explain the one she had, she would have won, or at least come close, despite the massive baggage as you say.

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  34. Realist says:

    My condolences to the French people who will live to regret electing this SOCIALIST SCUMBAG for years to come as will the EU in general. Thank god the UK is out of it.

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  35. Sylvia Avery says:

    I just read this article that sheds some light on why populism lost in France and in the Netherlands earlier this year. It made some sense to me.
    https://pjmedia.com/election/2017/05/07/what-happened-in-france/

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    • churchmouse says:

      Thanks for the link.

      That article is 110% spot on! I live in the UK and rarely discuss politics, even with friends (and almost never with neighbours). They are in the same mindset as the author describes.

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  36. Esperanza says:

    There are now 4 equal blocs in France. 1 Macron pure globalist. Open borders, pro big business ( pretending to be pro little business), anti Main Street.

    2 Melanchon, open borders anti all business, banks.

    3 Pro business, more nationalist, ie Fillon

    4 Le Pen, national Socialist. I’m sorry you can’t expect the French to vote for an actual Nazi…their strategy was designed to get to the second round, but not to win.

    Trump won because he understood people want pro main Street, decently controlled borders. We had that on offer, sort of, but he was knobbled and didn’t fight back. Shades of Mac Cain. You have to want it, he didn’t.

    Because our leaders are crap, we got the opposite of what most people want. FN voters need to see voting FN gets them the opposite of what they want. Such indeed was the intention of Mitterrand when he gave then the space to exist.

    On the other hand, we have parliamentary elections coming up and I suspect the results will be positive for France. The elections have revealed this new state of affairs and many faute de mieux Macron voters will take their revenge.

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    • mysticrose80 says:

      Thanks for breaking it down.

      If I am understanding you correctly, the outcome of the parliamentary elections could affect how effective Macron is in implementing his agenda?

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      • Esperanza says:

        Yes. The recomposition of the French parties is now in full flow. Right wing voters will go back to their normal positions. All depends on how much the other politicians have understood.

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    • Sunshine says:

      I agree with most of what you say except the NAZI part.
      All the parties are contaminated with elements of Jew hate; that’s what you get when Islam takes up sufficient space.

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      • Esperanza says:

        Well anyway you slice and dice it, she stood on a Socialist and Nationalist platform. Her father is a nasty anti sémite and she became famous using his name. Too close for comfort. And she also came across as not up for the job. Non of you would have voted for her economic policies.

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  37. AnnS says:

    As usual anyone opposing these globalist are accused of being neo-nazis. Doesn’t seem anti Semitic statements Marine made but just more in defense of France. Just my two cents. That frenc Jews and Israel were so against her. Being a huge supporting of Israel and the Jewish people but that don’t seem to have a problem with Macron’s Islamization of France which is the biggest threat to the Jews since the Third Reich not some old washed out nazis The mulslims are the ones attacking Jews in Europe and elsewhere. What is a about the Muslim Ottoman Empire was part of the Axis power doesn’t the Jews understand? Muslims are Nazis. And Le Pen was against the Muslim immigrating

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    • Esperanza says:

      It’s her father. The party comes across as way for Le Pens to make money. Le Pen tortured people in Algeria. The Fn is not the solution, it’s a symptom of the problem. it has too much unpleasant baggage. Marine can never wash this away. And in another party she would never get to the top, she’s not good enough.

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  38. moe ham head says:

    so long france you pussiness shines
    please dont look to the US to save you this time

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  39. mysticrose80 says:

    France: If you like your globalists, you can keep your globalists.

    While I was hopeful for a Le Pen win, I can’t say that I am shocked by or disappointed with the results. Many here and elsewhere concluded that France is too far gone to be saved……and, sadly, they are right. Perhaps another 5 years may finally wake France up (took this country 2 terms of Sotero, after all); however, it seems that France is willingly heading down the fastest path to self-destruction.

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  40. duchess01 says:

    France’s STOLEN ELECTION

    RUINED BALLOTS – A JIM STONE REPORT ON FRANCE’S STOLEN ELECTION

    by Jim Stone
    Freelance Investigative Journalist

    http://themillenniumreport.com/2017/05/frances-stolen-election/

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    • Esperanza says:

      Sorry, stop peddling this. It’s fake news, ballots are available at all polling stations, or you can print your own. There have been no reports of ballots not available at polling stations.

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      • duchess01 says:

        Just people coming to grips with what has happened, Esperanza! How would we know? We rarely get ‘real news’ from anywhere, but here!

        Thanks for the information – it is much appreciated – God Bless You!

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  41. copperchief says:

    The USA stands alone. Maybe with Britain. The cowardly French choose a child molested Rothschild socialist to lead France to play vassal to Merkel’s German state and the Globalist status quo. How old world quaint. Good luck with that. It didn’t play out so well for you the first time.

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