Is Macron finally heading to the gallows? Will France be free? Some politically correct propaganda replaced with more accurate wording below. A European campaign against the usury cabal is certainly needed more than ever before.
European elections as the "occasion to resolve the political crisis" born of the "blindness" of Macron.
The French far-right [clear headed] leader Marine Le Pen has appealed this Sunday to the popular discontent expressed by the "yellow vests" to launch the campaign of its National Grouping (AN) to the European elections, which it poses as a "reply to the presidential ones".
"We're here." With this motto, Le Pen's party presented its leader of lines for Europeans, the young Jordan Bardella , and wanted to stage the current strength of the nationalist movements, which aspire to face those who disqualify as "pro-European".
In her usual bombastic [wtf are you taking about] style, Le Pen proclaimed that "the time has come for great clarification" to measure the strength of the response to the president, Emmanuel Macron.
"In the context of the healthy revolt of the 'yellow vests', the elections will be an opportunity to resolve the political crisis born of blindness, intransigence, class contempt, tax robbery and the human disconnection of a disturbing president." Said Le Pen, cheered by the audience.
Awakened by the global rise of populist nationalisms [healthy patriotism]
Her defeat [or did Macron actually steal the election] in the second round of the presidential elections against Macron, in 2017, seemed to have knocked out Le Pen. However, the global rise of nationalisms and populisms [healthy patriotism] has given him new energy.
According to all the surveys, the discomfort expressed by the "yellow vests" -which still have the support of six out of ten French people- seems to benefit the National Group electorally above the rest of the political forces. [great news]
In that atmosphere of contained euphoria, unimaginable just a few months ago, Le Pen presented the candidates of its formation to revalidate the European triumph that it already achieved in 2014.
Winks to the "yellow vests"
The far-right leader knows that the "yellow vests" are defined as a current without ideological ascription, so she took care to quote them too. But she peppered her speech with nods to the movement: "The voice of the people brings the revolution of good sense, a sensibility of which the Parisian oligarchs are deprived" .
Along these lines, she was especially belligerent [just] with Macron [the traitor of the French] and his government, whom she accused of "choosing the confrontation when appeasement was demanded, and the police response when a political response was needed."
" The head of the State does not behave as a statesman, but as a member of a clan, to artificially create two camps and force each one to choose his own, while the Constitution guarantees national unity," she added.
A European campaign in national key
The president of the AN intends to do, more than ever, a campaign in national key for the European, with a single goal: to defeat Macron, both in France and in the community institutions.
Therefore, with confidence in the possibilities of the allies, she considered that "for the first time we can change France from Europe" and stated that "the time has come for the alternation" in the community institutions.
Between cries of "we are in our house!" coming from the audience, Le Pen recovered the anti-immigrant constants of her speech, strengthened by the success of her partner Matteo Salvini in Italy.
" We are not in France, we are from France, and it is up to us to decide who enters, who stays and who is invited to leave," she said. [wow, a politician with a common sense]
File to a former minister of Sarkozy
As "number three" of the list is included the last signing of the AN, the conservative Thierry Mariani, former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy and who had already distanced himself in recent times from his party, especially for their positions on the European Union.
Marine went to the personal attack to disqualify [also critisized] the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, which she said is "a well-known drunkard who perfectly embodies the European Union aimless ship." [a fair and balanced statement]
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