[ This is the English translation of the original article]
To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.
Right-wing mass disinformation media are delighted – the “right” candidate Marine Le Pen has moved on to the second round of the presidential elections in France. The left-wing mass disinformation media are delighted too with no less enthusiasm – the young “centrist” Macron also went on to the second round of the presidential elections in France.
But do not rush to rejoice, gentlemen.
Ms. Le Pen wants to keep the working week at 35 hours (the working week of 40 hours has long been forgotten in France) and reduce the retirement age from 62 years to 60 years. She supports the idea of taxes on wealth (and not on income), an increase in import tariffs and the nationalization of entire industries. Finally, she wants to increase social benefits (payments, as we all know, are going mostly to the armies of loafers who have learned the game “pity me”).
Marine Le Pen is definitely on the left flank of the political spectrum. In the field of economics, Le Pen is far to the left of the “ordinary” French socialists.
And this is not surprising. Marine Le Pen’s National Front is a socialist party with a nationalistic twist. Mass disinformation media calls this party extremely right, but where did you see the right-wing socialist parties?
The French National Front is definitely a leftist party. Their slogans are typically leftist. Their program is typically left. This is the party dedicated to the nationalization of health, nationalization of education, and the nationalization of banks.
What really distinguishes Le Pen from the other leftists is nationalism (this term, no matter how much I wanted to leave reserved only for the un-united Germany of the 19th century, where it appeared, has long overstepped the state borders).
Le Pen wants all religious symbols – including Muslim scarves and Jewish kippah – to be banned in public places. In pragmatic America, this war on windmills would have been ridiculed long ago. But Le Pen does not stop at this – she plans to make France less hospitable to her non-French population by including pork on the school lunch menu.
I understand why this is the case. If protests in America are directed towards illegal immigration, then in France there is practically no such thing as illegal immigration.
The colonization of France of the 21st century by immigrants from the third world, as well as the colonization of the entire Europe takes place in an organized and lawful way.
And who is the “young centrist” Macron? A former member of the Socialist Party, who made a brilliant career as a banker, Macron heads a movement called “En-Marche!” OK, that’s “Forward!” The old slogan of the Social Democrats.
Mr. Macron did not have his party six months ago. Nor did he have his electoral campaign organization. Who promoted him? His supporters are primarily globalists. Hence, the support of Obama and the European Union bureaucrats. And, of course, he is supported by his wife, who was once his teacher of French literature in high school and older than the potentially youngest president of France by 24 years.
Macron is a cosmopolitan, a supporter of the further colonization of France by immigrants from third world countries. He publicly insists that “French culture does not exist.” Apparently, he is a supporter of the vast Muslim ghettos, where even the French police are not allowed to enter. That’s the subject that Macron and Le Pen will discuss in a single debate before the final round of voting.
But for many years now, the French presidential debate has revolved around what colors to paint the presidential palace. There are no other topics because practically all applicants are carriers of the same pool of leftist ideas.
France soon will make a choice: global socialism (globalism) or national socialism.
Actually, here in America, we have our own problems with the various leftist -isms, but it’s sad to watch what swamp France is sliding into.
Unfortunately, the entire future of Europe is in the past.