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    Return of the Guillotine? Le Pen Hints at Referendum on Death Penalty in France

    Return of the Guillotine? Le Pen Hints at Referendum on Death Penalty in France.

    Populist presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has hinted at the possibility of a referendum that could see the death penalty return to France.

    The populist Rassemblement National (National Rally) candidate had already promised the French people that a “referendum revolution” will take place in France should she be elected as the country’s first female president, which would see sweeping changes in national policy all put to the public vote.

    Now, according to a
    report by L’Indépendant, Le Pen has elaborated on the issues that could come up in such referendums, accepting that a general vote on the return of the death penalty would certainly be on the cards. “The question of the death penalty could go through a referendum, everything could go through a referendum,” the right-wing populist is reported as saying, noting that there was “no forbidden debate in a democracy”. Such a move would set up a clash with the European Union and European Court of Human Rights, however, with both institutions banning capital punishment.

    While Le Pen seemed lukewarm about the actual possibility of the death penalty returning to France, rival candidate Emmanuel Macron seems to have been enraged at the very possibility that a referendum could be held on the matter. Lashing out at Le Pen, the incumbent French president denounced the populist as an authoritarian who would only be against the death penalty should she be able to “put people in prison for life”. Macron has also come out against Le Pen’s promise to put an end to wind farms covering France, a promise which, if implemented, would see existing infrastructure dismantled — something he described as an “aberration”. “In Madame Le Pen’s project, I was amazed to discover… that hundreds of millions of euros would be spent dismantling existing wind turbines, which, I must say, is a use of the money of the taxpayer which I question,” Macron said regarding the possibility of a moratorium on wind energy. “Getting out of renewables is a complete aberration, we would be the only country in the world to do so,” he claimed.

    The reason the establishment hates the idea of bringing back the death penalty, is because they know they'd be the first to hang for their crimes against France.

    A prime candidate for capital punishment for Treason,Tiny Blair lives two minutes away from the ancient site of Tyburn.

    The best argument for capital punishment is when it's for treasonous actions of those in public office.

    Le Pen wants the people to decide and that is the way it should be. Government heads are suppose to protect their Citizens, their Culture, their Country, not rule over them, not ignore their needs to satisfy the needs of Globalist.If the French vote in Macron, the odds of WW3 increase. If the French vote in Le Pen, the odds of WW3 decrease. Macron is trying to confuse the French people that he is not for war, but he is firmly with the pro-war Tribe.

    Return of the Guillotine? Le Pen Hints at Referendum on Death Penalty in France 15 IV 2022.

    The more proponents of Democracy preach 'Democracy' the less they believe in referendums.

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    More and More Catholics Support Le Pen and the French Bishops are silent.

    French Bishops Silent on Presidential Election as More and More Catholics Support Le Pen

    French bishops are not expected to direct worshippers on how to vote in the French presidential elections as more and more Roman Catholics have become supporters of populist challenger Marine Le Pen.

    French Roman Catholic bishops have a long history of advising their worshippers on how to vote in elections but, for the 2022 French presidential election, they are expected to remain silent.

    In 2002, when Jean-Marie Le Pen, father of presidential hopeful leader Marine Le Pen, challenged Jacques Chirac in the second round of that year;s presidential election, bishops were public in their opposition to him — but La Croix editor-in-chief Isabelle de Gaulmyn says bishops are now silent as a growing number of Catholics support his daughter.

    “What has changed? Probably first of all the Catholics themselves. Like the rest of society, many of them vote for far-right parties. This is new. Moreover, still like society, they are divided and the bishops fear to break this fragile unity a little more,” Ms de Gaulmyn wrote in an opinion editorial.

    According to the newspaper Le Figaro, the French Catholic vote has
    migrated toward the right and in the first round of the presidential vote 40% of Catholics voted for Ms Le Pen, conservative writer and pundit Eric Zemmour, or right-wing candidate Nicholas Dupont-Aignan. In contrast, President Emmanuel Macron scored 29% of the Catholic vote.

    Catholic voting has moved to the right even since the last French presidential election in 2017, when just 28% of Catholics voted for populist conservative candidates. Catholics voting for leftist candidates has remained largely stagnant, however, going from 20% of the vote in 2017 to 21% in the first round of the presidential elections this year.

    The French centre-right has seen the largest loss in support from the Catholic voting community, going from 28% in 2017 when Francois Fillon ran on behalf of the Republicans to just seven per cent for this year’s candidate, Valérie Pécresse.

    The shifting of the Catholic vote in France comes after years of near-constant attacks on French churches during the presidency of Emmanuel Macron, with one 2019 report claiming an average of three churches were being attacked per day.

    Earlier this month, a man was arrested in Toulouse after planting an explosive device inside the Saint-Etienne cathedral and assaulting a sacristan who attempted to detain him.

    'Far Right'? There's no such thing.
    There's Nationalists in France... and that makes the globalists who pull the strings... afraid, frustrated and angry. Save France -- Vote Le Pen.

    The national debt is usury personified, and that's why it's employed worldwide as the only means of obtaining new money for the system of finance. With the occasional boot to stomp out any 'rebellious' areas that insist on using gold to get away from it.
    Why does the Western media 'hate' Putin so much? They are told to do so... because their controllers are afraid of Russian and Chinese gold.

    How about the Crusades all over again and this time wipe them out. The last time Christians fought back was when president Thomas Jefferson ended the Muslim Barbary Pirates kidnapping spree out of North Africa. Before then it was the Christian victory at the Battle of Vienna 1683 against the Muslim Ottoman's attempt to conquer & plunder all of Europe.
    Never forget that Islam has never changed and always wants to destroy Western Civilization.
    They know that le Pen will stick up for Christians.

    French Bishops Silent on Presidential Election as More and More Catholics Support Le Pen

    19 IV 2022.

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    It's a no-brainer why some Catholics don't like the Far Left. Firstly, the Left supports abortion so the older Catholics have seen the negative effects of the birth-dearth or missing grandchildren. Secondly, dead Liberalism does not keep the community "alive and thriving" but supports many incoming foreigners with completely different religions, including multiple Gods and strange idols. These non-white new-comers don't assimilate well and seize firmly in their original beliefs and shun our ways. The more foreign the local area becomes the more people start shifting Right as they live in these unintended consequences. True Catholics are still against gay marriages / gay lifestyle, abortions, polygamy, transvestism, pagan Gods, and child marriages. If so, it's confession time for the above sinners.

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    Le Pen comments on French election results

    Le Pen comments on French election results

    National Rally candidate believes the size of her vote represents a sort of "victory"

    Marine Le Pen conceded defeat in the French presidential election on Sunday evening, but still described her result as representing a “shining victory in itself.” In the second round, the candidate from the right-wing National Rally party was defeated by the incumbent president, centrist Emmanuel Macron.

    Speaking after the announcement of the first exit polls, Le Pen said she has nothing to complain about. “I have no resentment or bitterness,” she said before expressing her gratitude to all those who supported her in both rounds of the election. The runner up also asked her supporters to vote for her party in the upcoming parliamentary election this summer.

    It has been a long road for Le Pen, the daughter of five-time presidential candidate and far-right heavyweight Jean-Marie Le Pen. The 2022 election was the third one for her. In 2012, she came third with 17.9% of the vote, behind Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarcozy. In 2017, she made it through the first round but had to concede to Macron after receiving just under 34% in the runoff.

    In Le Pen’s opinion, her results might mean that France is prepared for change.

    According to the Elabe Institute’s estimates, Le Pen has gained 42% of the vote while Macron has won the race with 58%.

    In the first round, Macron secured 27.85% of preferences, and Le Pen received 23.15%. Macron’s re-election has apparently come as a relief for a number of other EU countries, as ahead of the election several European leaders called on French voters to support him over his rival.

    Unless one goes back to paper ballots with truly objective people who officially tally the votes, one can never be certain an election is legitimate. Electronic counts CAN and WILL BE ALTERED to "elect" the candidates of choice who favors globalism.

    She lost to a rigged election. She knew it would happen and so did everyone else. The corrupt ruling elite with their MSM have a stranglehold on elections.

    What more is there to say. All elections everywhere are scams.

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    Le Pen comments on French election results. 25 IV 2022.

    Real Revolutions like 1789 in France didn't just happen. Oppression and tyranny caused the 1789 revolution. Remember the film 'Dangerous Liaisons'. That's how the ruling elite live today.

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    French Election FRAUD Puts 2020 To Shame — Millions Of Uncounted Le Pen Ballots Found.

    French Election FRAUD Puts 2020 To Shame — Millions Of Uncounted Le Pen Ballots Found [video]

    If you thought the U.S. election in 2020 was bad, it’s nothing compared to the sham election that just went down in France.
    Emmanuel Macron, a former Rothschild banker and World Economic Forum “Young Global Leader,” may have been crowned the “winner”, but millions of Le Pen voters lost their ballots and rights on Sunday.

    In France, if a ballot is damaged, it cannot be cast. So the political establishment, who are desperate to install Macron in office for another five years, arranged for the destruction of millions of Le Pen ballots.

    Following an eerily similar script from the last French presidential election in 2017, evidence circulating onTwitter shows the same issue which reared its head at that time – spoiled ballots. In 2017 the
    UK Daily Mail reported that there were 4.2 million “spoiled ballots” reported out by election authorities, an enormous number in an election in which a total of 36 million people voted.

    A spoiled ballot is a ballot which has extraneous marks on it, is defaced, torn, or otherwise unacceptable. They are automatically rejected and cannot be counted. Typically spoiled ballots in the US cannot exceed 1%.

    In 2017 the UK report assumed that 4.2 million people in France had spoiled their own ballots, speculating that:
    “a record-breaking 12% of French voters were projected to have spoiled their ballots – seemingly put off by both politicians [Macron and Le Pen] who are not members of establishment parties.”

    Fast forward to 2022 and the UK Guardian reports: “The number of spoiled votes, and the abstention rate, were also alarmingly high.” But no exact numbers of spoiled votes are available.

    Why won’t the authorities release the number of spoiled votes?

    Stephen Lendman reports that in 2017:

    “Only Le Pen’s ballots showed up damaged or destroyed, none for Macron.”

    Lendman says it appears Macron has won again “the old fashioned way.”

    As today, Le Pen’s name is consistently prefaced with the descriptor “far right” even though Macron escapes any prejudicial descriptor. However Le Pen rejects “Frexit” similar to Britain’s Brexit from the EU, and says she would place French troops “neither under an integrated NATO command nor under a future European command…”

    Le Pen calls Macron a “globalist puppet.”

    Pre-election polls had Macron and Le Pen running neck and neck, within margin of error, as recently as April 10.

    The spoiled ballots shown in the video below, all Le Pen’s, all have disqualifying tears in about the same place. Spoiled ballots are held by the French government.

    Le Pen Robbed Of Victory - French Election FRAUD
    Puts US 2020 To Shame — Millions Of Uncounted
    Le Pen Ballots Found - Video

    )1 V 2022.
    “Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.”Joseph Stalin.

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    Le Pen’s National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority

    Populism Rising: Le Pen’s National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority

    Roundly rebuking his neo-liberal globalist political philosophy, the French public has refused to grant President Emmanuel Macron a parliamentary majority as Marine Le Pen’s populists on the right and an ecological alliance on the left surged at the ballot box to strip the once self-described ‘Jupitarean’ leader of his ability to govern France firmly.

    Just under two months after securing a second term as President of France, Emmanuel Macron and his Ensemble! coalition have suffered a disastrous result in the final round of voting in the parliamentary elections on Sunday, securing just 245 seats, far short of the 289 necessary to maintain a governing majority and at the low end of polling projections leading up to the vote.

    The night’s true victor — at least in terms of exceeding expectations — was perhaps Marine Le Pen’s National Rally (RN), which saw a surprising result of 89 candidates elected to the National Assembly, the most in the history of the party, including its predecessor National Front. Le Pen’s party, which previously only boasted eight representatives, will now have enough representation to form a parliamentary group, providing a major boost to the party in terms of prominence in the national discussion and the ability to fundraise.

    Prior to the second and final round of voting on Sunday, posters had estimated that RN would win between 25 and 45 seats, suggesting that anti-Macron sentiment was strong enough to convince left-wing voters to side with Le Pen to prevent the neoliberal president from retaining his grip over the parliament. Hailing the stunning result for her party, the populist firebrand
    said: “This victory is that of the French people. Tonight, they have taken their destiny into their own hands by making Emmanuel Macron a minority president. This victory is yours!” In all, Macron will lead the largest party in the French Parliament but without an overall majority at 245 seats, according to the French interior ministry. The hard-left NUPES (New popular ecological and social union) performed roughly as polled and won 131 seats. Marine Le Pen’s National Rallyoutperformed expectations to take 89 seats. The Republicans, the once establishment party of former president Nicolas Sarkozy came fourth with just 61 seats: just 15 years ago, they won 313.

    Commenting from across the English Channel, Brexit leader Nigel Farage said: “A big night for Marine Le Pen. The dam will break in the end,” referencing the potential for populists to finally gain control of the Élysée Palace and win the French presidency. The huge upset at the parliamentary level for the National Rally comes after the party secured the largest vote share in the history of the party in a presidential election in April, in which Le Pen received 41.5% of the vote share. While the vote represented a comfortable margin of victory for President Macron, RN saw significant gains among younger millennial voters as well as winning the working-class vote, spelling a potential downfall for the so-called centrist consensus pushed by globalist elites such as former Rothschild banker Macron.

    Though Mr Macron had cast himself as a leaderakin to the Roman god Jupiter and hadpromised in 2017 that his presidency would unify France by doing “everything in the five years to come so there is no more reason to vote for the extremes,” he has apparently failed on this front, with the socialist NUPES coalition headed by far-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon winning 131 seats, making the hard left the largest opposition voting bloc in the parliament, should the group of socialists, communists, and greens maintain a unified front… something which could prove difficult for Mélenchon. Celebrating his far-left coalition’s success in preventing Macron from securing a majority, Mélenchon said: “The great upsurge of history, of the France of rebellions and revolutions, has a face. That of NUPES. Not for a moment do we give up on the ambition to govern and bring the country to another horizon.” “These challenges that are coming, we will meet them with a strength that we did not have. We beat Macron. He does not have the majority,” he added.

    Going forward, it will now be much more difficult for President Macron to enact the agenda on which he stood for re-election, including reforming the country’s pension system, a move that would increase the age of retirement and his stated goal of cutting taxes, as he will likely be needed in Paris to focus on waging wars on the domestic front, forging alliances in the National Assembly if he has any chance of passing his agenda items. The beleaguered president will most likely need to turn to the centre-right Les Republicans, meaning Macron may need to shift to the right to pass legislation.

    Amid the cost of living crisis sweeping the continent and the resurgence of populism on the right and the left in France, Macron could also yet again be besieged by an emboldened and angered Gilet Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement on the streets of Paris.

    The loss of his parliamentary majority may also see Macron diminished on the world stage. With hopes now dashed of retaining a governing majority, it remains to be seen how effective Macron will be at casting himself as the premier leader in Europe. Upon the retirement of Angela Merkel in Germany and the subsequent elevation of Social Democrat (SPD) Olaf Scholz as chancellor — who is the head of a somewhat precarious “traffic light” coalition government including the Greens and the centrist-liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP) — the mantle of head honcho in the European Union appeared to be within grasp for Macron. Yet, Sunday’s results may throw such a vision in doubt.

    As Britain’s state broadcaster the BBC put it in their analysis of the result on Monday morning, noting: “The results of Sunday’s legislative election confirm that this second term will be a different beast from the first, with Mr Macron cutting the figure of a chastened and greatly weakened leader.” The diminishment of Macron on the world stage could have an impact on the future of the Ukraine war, with the French president previously attempting to cast himself as a mediator of sorts, being one of the few European leaders to continually hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the hopes of crafting a peace agreement. Interestingly, the role of top dog in the European land war has increasingly fallen to Brexit Britain, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson becoming a chief ally of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky after taking a much more hawkish line than his counterparts in continental Europe who have proven to be more dependent on Russia for energy imports.

    I can't seem to get coverage on this anywhere else that doesn't refer to them as "far right". Do these idiot journalists ever wonder why they are loathed and distrusted? You can't always talk about the Left, Progressives, Liberals and then immediately jump along the spectrum to the "far right". The Right is real and is made of many diverging conservatives … but that would seem to be inconvenient and afford them respectability. After all, these people are all about disparaging and maligning indirectly, right up to the point of libel/slander—they know how to play the game.

    Far right what rubbish, Macron is a Rothschild puppet. Also a WEF puppet, but Mrs Schwab wife of Mr Schwab is a Rothschild. How cosy it all is.

    "French populist leader Marine Le Pen has warned that Rothschild puppet Emmanuel Macron is marching France into a “civil war.” I bet the Rothchilds' are really pissed off at their buddy Le Pen for saying Macron was their puppet as if it was a lie or a "bad thing".

    And they weren't going to let him lose his election. He wins, his party loses. Yeah, right. Western Democracy is over. Remember. These Politicians are all puppets. It's all a show while their Masters are ending the world as we know it. "Nothing is what it seems."

    Populism Rising: Le Pen’s National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority 20 VI 2022.

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