The French election

The election in France is over, and we know Macron won. With the defeat of LePen in France and Geert Wilders in Holland, nationalism in Europe has been set back. We were wondering, what will Macron mean for France? And, more importantly, can we get a snapshot of how France is divided to be able to estimate how soon France might explode into civil war? We sampled editorial opinion on the election and found a few interesting posts:

French Election: A Catastrophe for World Peace, Paul Craig Roberts

“All of Europe, except for the majority of the British, has been brainwashed into the belief that it is Hitler-like or fascist to stand up for your country.”

Emmanuel Macron—Rothschild’s Choice for President of France, Southfront.

“In 2008, the Attali commission presented to President Nicolas Sarkozy ‘300 proposals to change France’ – a plan for modernization of the economy meant to save it from the long years of stagnation. The main idea can be formulated as follows: to avoid losing its competitiveness in the global market, the country must drastically reduce the cost of labor. One way for this to happen is to increase immigration to France; low-paid recent immigrants, who will not be able to get organized in trade unions, will displace the local workers from manufacturing and services.”

“Experts say that the nature of the law of Macron embodies all the ideas of the Attali commission.”

Buyer’s Remorse in France, Impossible Situation for Germany, MishTalk.

Germany will consider Macron’s ideas for European debt integration too radical.

Did LePen Fail? Has Nationalism Peaked?, George Wellor

“The willingness of a majority of French people to vote against a party that wants to save them from the invasion of murderous Islamic Imperialists, reveals that the turkey mentality has been nurtured by a long process of propaganda.”

Emmanuel Clinton and the Revolt of the Elites, Pepe Escobar.

“France is now viciously divided into five blocks – with very little uniting them: Macron’s En Marche! movement; Marine Le Pen’s National Front, which will be recomposed and expanded; Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s Disobedient France, which is bound to lead a New Left; the shattered Republicans, or the traditional French Right, which badly needs a new leader after the François Fillon debacle; and the virtually destroyed Socialists post-Hollande.”

Macron Heralds a New European Dark Age, Reuters.

Christian Hartmann believes Macron will represent the forces of “corporate/financial tyranny.”

“Also bear in mind that the total number of votes abstained or spoiled were over 16 million, compared with Macron’s tally of 20 million.”

Jews Celebrate Victory in France.

“Jew Yascha Mounk declared victory in France, but reminded his readers the broader war on Whites is not over yet.”

Europe’s Youth Don’t Care to Vote—But They’re Ready to Join a Mass Revolt.

Voter apathy among European teens is growing, but majorities of youth in several European countries are ready to join an uprising against the government. Have a look at these stunning statistics.

France gave us an unexpected development, the fall of the socialist party, replaced by a carefully packaged Rothschild banking party devoted to anti-white genocide and replacement of French workers with Moslem immigrants. This result might seem to shore up the France/German axis, but financial policy differences may soon lead to estrangement. Meanwhile, the youth are ready to take it to the streets, even if they are divided in their loyalties and don’t understand the origins of their betrayal.

Oh, and there’s this:

Gay Affair Rumors in French Election Race, The Daily Mail

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