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Le Pen Passes First Round; Antifa Riots In Paris; Macron De Facto President Of France

If you haven’t been following the French Presidential Election, here’s a livestream to get you up to speed.

Le Pen has come out in second place and therefore qualifies for Round Two. This is a historic development. Her father made it to the second round once as well. Every other party rallied to defeat his party.

However, everybody in the political establishment and every other party has asked their people to vote for Macron against Le Pen.

The battle will come down to the Cuck Right vs the Far Right. The odds are heavily in favor of Macron. Le Pen stands alone. France24 keeps repeating that Macron is de facto the next president.

And who is Macron exactly?

From Sky News:

He joined the civil service in 2004 and quit for a job with (((Rothschild))) investment bank in 2008.

Reportedly becoming a millionaire, he left in 2012 for a senior position in Mr Hollande’s staff, deputy secretary-general at the Elysee Palace.

His climb up the establishment ladder continued in 2014 when then prime minister Manuel Valls made him minister for the economy.

Mr Macron’s bid for the presidency began last year when he ditched Mr Hollande’s Socialist Party and established his own independent movement, En Marche! (On the Move).

He recruited thousands of volunteers to knock on doors during the summer to hear people’s ideas and opinions and En Marche! has whipped up impressive support.

For the first time, a recent poll put him just ahead of Marine Le Pen in the first round of the election in April. In the second round head to head against the far-right candidate, he is predicted to win 65% to 25%.

Mr Macron’s surge and his belief in the EU and a strong Europe has made him a “fake news” target for Russian media, his party chief claims.

Well that sends up some red flags…

Meanwhile, Antifa is rioting in Paris. Russian election hackers are streaming it:

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53 comments

  1. Aetius 25 April, 2017 at 18:50 Reply

    Multiple terrorist attacks in Paris and she barely squeaks through to the second round. Unimaginable levels of cuckoldry but then again that is basically everywhere now. Terrorists attacks are the new normal. Kind of how like back in the day blacks murdering whites was shocking and punished severely but now its an everyday kinda thing “oh well thats what living in a mixed nation is like ” I’ll just move to a white area when my politics begin to affect me and keep voting for it “

  2. Rutger3 24 April, 2017 at 16:20 Reply

    Poor analysis. Macron ONLY represents the swipples. Fillon represented the conservatives that did not want to exit the EU, The communist represented the class strugglers that see what the upper middle class have done against the rest of France. Both the voters for the communist and the voters for Fillon have but two choices, stay home or vote for the Queen. This will be a cakewalk. Lets warm up the gallows.

  3. Joseph Curwen 24 April, 2017 at 09:48 Reply

    I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand it’s good that she make it to the second round, that means that there is some hope for the french; on the other hand it’s sad that so many people is voting for suicide.

  4. Fred 24 April, 2017 at 09:11 Reply

    Macaron is a neo-liberal, globalist project, whose task is to destroy of what left from once a crown jewel of European Civilization. Unfortunately, the continentals, French, Germans, etc. do not have that innate degree of freedom as Anglo-Saxons. That is why there is no true rebellion against frau Merkel and Macaron has place in France.

    Macaron could have been acceptable in cuck times, the ’90s, as sorta a breath of fresh air. But, in the 21st century, this type of projects are so artificial and obsolete and will lead to the death of France.

    • Игор 24 April, 2017 at 10:34 Reply

      Yeah Anglo-Saxons , do the Brexit so we can kick out Eastern Europeans (i could get this if goal was to keep UK British, but) so there is more space for Commonwhealth brown folks. Tell me what’s the name of second most known UKIP member?
      Edit. My point is French FN and German AFD + NDP is most nationalistic thing that exist in W. Europe. There is nothing similar in the Anglo-Saxon countries.

  5. Reaction 24 April, 2017 at 00:30 Reply

    Expectedly, Fillon and Hamon both endorsed Macron. A repetition of their teaming together to keep FN out in the last set of elections they had. How can anyone still be voting for these ostensibly “competing” parties – who are all too willing to co-operate against outsiders…

    It shows how similar to the leftists, and how untrustworthy the “center-right” is. Hopefully Fillon’s voters see through this charade and don’t vote for Macron, though likely it will be a repetition of 2002.

    For this election they should replace the old “better to vote for the crook than the fascist” slogan with a new one – “better to vote for the cuck than the fascist”.

  6. Sewray3000 23 April, 2017 at 22:59 Reply

    What young people need to realize about the boomers is that they know what they have made of the world and they know they have destroyed it as it stood. Some are vocally proud of this but nearly all are inwardly satisfied in knowing that they had it better than all that came before and better than all that will come after.

  7. unpaidpundit 23 April, 2017 at 21:11 Reply

    Le Pen may not win, but she is making progress. The National Front only won some local offices in recent years, so the party is building. The question is, can the National Front gain control of the French national government before demographics doom France? When the blacks and browns have enough numbers and votes, they will take charge.

    • JMB 24 April, 2017 at 12:46 Reply

      It is a scary thought that these 3rd worlders will be the majority voters. Then again, that just might be the excuse the governments will have to take voting away. Does voting really even count? We voted for Trump & still we are getting what the left voted for.

  8. Alexander The Great 23 April, 2017 at 18:39 Reply

    Melenchon hasn’t endorsed either yet. I believe a good portion of his voters will go for Le Pen but it probably won’t be enough.

  9. Clark Kent 23 April, 2017 at 18:20 Reply

    “The battle will come down to the Cuck Right vs the Far Right”

    More like… the Cuck right vs. the French.

    Labeling people as Far-Right for not wanting to hand their country over to foreigners is ridiculous.

    • SLCain 23 April, 2017 at 22:29 Reply

      Quite right. Le Pen is routinely labeled “far right”. It is propaganda, intended to impute the suspicion of illegitamcy to her party and her candidacy. As if wanting France to remain french is somehow illegitimate. Is anybody ever referred to as being of the “far left”?

  10. Forgetolerance 23 April, 2017 at 17:26 Reply
  11. Riopel 23 April, 2017 at 17:17 Reply

    How can Maracon, sorry Macron, whine about colonialism when he is demanding the colonization of France? And how can so many French just sit and let it happen?

    Oh probably the same reason why the same thing has been happening here in America for 60 years.

  12. Laguna Beach Fogey 23 April, 2017 at 16:46 Reply

    Macron is literally a cuck — he married his school teacher 24 years his senior and lives with her three adult sons from a previous marriage.

    • SLCain 23 April, 2017 at 16:56 Reply

      A lot of people suspect he’s a closet homosexual.

      The guy is definitely a strangeo. He seems to have been groomed to be the establishment stop-LePen candidate. He’s like the french Evan McMullin, but with better backing. They don’t even feel the need to put up a normal person to front their interests.

      What’s next? A modern version of Elegabalus?

      • tic 23 April, 2017 at 18:31 Reply

        He married her in 2007 near the beginning of his political career, so she could be a basic beard. On the other hand Wiki says they have been a couple since he was 18. Is she the Svengali to his Trilby?

  13. Ike35 23 April, 2017 at 16:43 Reply

    I hate the boomers so much. They’re sending France headlong into sectarian warfare and they’re still too clueless to see it. Most of these idiot boomers still wouldn’t vote LePen even if their were a terrorist attack every single day. Oh muh Nazzzi’s!! Literally Hitler, blah fucking blah.

        • MBlanc46 26 April, 2017 at 10:42 Reply

          I don’t know how much an exception I am. My entire life, it’s been the grandstanders and the trouble-makers who’ve gotten all the attention. It’s quite possible that they’re actually a minority and I’m in the majority.

          • Sewray3000 26 April, 2017 at 10:50

            we are American, or maybe you’re a Brit, and at least we have that, and brexit showed some brits still live with hope for a future in their country, but france has been obliterated… it is funny because trying to be exceptional is what led them off the cliff. they were prodigious but only to their enemy, to the neighbors they have always been a holes… at least islam might finally unify the land of the German with that of the French, of course it will probably end up being something like germany as a Shia state and France as a Sunni state and then they will go to war again.

          • MBlanc46 26 April, 2017 at 18:04

            USA born and reared. I do hope that May & Co. don’t scuttle brexit. Shia Germany vs. Sunni France. Wonderful image.

          • MBlanc46 26 April, 2017 at 18:02

            That is true to a significant extent. I’d say that some of the positions and actions of the Repub Party have something to do with that.

  14. Ⓥince Green 23 April, 2017 at 16:33 Reply

    Guys, here’s a very interesting analysis I think you should all watch. In my opinion a very convincing one too. I can’t say for sure that that is what is actually happening but imo the likelyhood is comparable to our current “Trump under fire/manipulation by deep state/kushner/ivanke/neoncons/…” insight.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q5-lvNqF8Y

    It might be false hope, but I really think he is onto something.

  15. Diversity Heretic 23 April, 2017 at 16:08 Reply

    Instead of electing Macron, France should just put the Rothschild Bank in charge and save themselves the presidential salary.

  16. Jarod 23 April, 2017 at 16:00 Reply

    Doesn’t matter that she lost. Every year that goes by, France gets browner and Whites are pushed further right. Throw in an economic collapse and France will be ripe for a real revolution.

    • Diversity Heretic 23 April, 2017 at 16:12 Reply

      The demographic changes in France are the key. If France had consistent demographics a Macron win this year might set up the FN to win in 2022: Macron’s proposed economic reforms will send the unions and the civil servants into the streets. But five years from now there will be more Arabs and Africans voting for the French equivalent of the “gibs me dat” party.

      • Alistair Michaels 23 April, 2017 at 23:24 Reply

        I think Marine said a few years ago the FN were not planning to win the presidency until 2022. They had calculated to make the second round in 2017 & win in 2022. Of course if they won earlier that would be a bonus.

  17. Robertus Antoninus 23 April, 2017 at 15:56 Reply

    Anyone want to bet that either Trump or one of his people will endorse Macron and condemn Le Pen. There is nothing surer.