Why Marine Le Pen Lost

Disappointment among nationalists worldwide with the disappointing showing of Marine Le Pen in France’s presidential election is huge.

The Daily Stormer’s Andrew Anglin took the approach that it was because she’s a woman that nationalism took a hit.

In the article central to this post, the analysis gets sophisticated and we learn that there were multiple factors working against Le Pen. The article is NOT a smear job of the type you would expect from the fake news American media.

The article concludes that if Macron fails, then Le Pen or another French nationalist may become president in 2022.

The Local France

Marine Le Pen was never likely to get elected president of France in 2017.

After Donald Trump’s stunning victory in last year’s US presidential election, Marine Le Pen became convinced she could ride the same wave of populism to the Elysée Palace. But in reality she was far from pulling off another shock.

After Brexit and Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen was meant to be next big shock.

Riding on the same anti-immigration populist tidal wave, promising to make France great again, the far-right Le Pen was presented almost as a shoo-in for the Elysée Palace.

Even when the polls gave Macron a seemingly unassailable lead, people warned that the polls had been wrong about Trump and had failed to grasp the level of anti-EU feeling in Britain.

Even political analysts were reluctant to rule Le Pen out, despite Macron’s 20 point poll lead.

But in the end Le Pen was always a very unlikely winner.

For a start the electoral system was against her: the two rounds and the fact the winner needs a majority of the electorate, in other words over 50 percent of the vote.

In France a candidate cannot win the presidential election with a minority of the popular vote, like Donald Trump did last year.

The two rounds mean her opponents were always likely to gang up against her, as they have done in the second round of regional and parliamentary elections to great success in recent years.

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Macron Trounces Le Pen: The French Deserve their Fate

France’s version of America’s Slick Willie has emerged victorious following France’s presidential election today.

The former Rothschild banker (is it possible to be “former?”) is young and attractive in appearance. In a nutshell, his victory is a victory for the New World Order’s political correctness: more diversity, more looting of the wealth of the French people, more enslavement to the European Union, all wrapped up in a slick package.

I expect the American Democrat party will learn from this and run its own version of Macron against Republican Donald Trump in 2020.

Excerpt from Financial Times

Emmanuel Macron has swept to emphatic victory in France’s presidential election, beating far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and clinching 66 per cent of the vote, according to estimates.

The independent centrist comfortably beat the National Front candidate on 34 per cent, according to the estimate by Ipsos-Sopra Steria for a group of French media including France 2 television and Le Monde, based on a sample of 60,000 votes.

Mr Macron’s victory is a phenomenal achievement for the 39-year-old former Rothschild banker, who has never before held elected office and whose political movement En Marche! was set up barely a year ago. He becomes the youngest ever elected French president.

His win follows a divisive and at times rancorous campaign that produced a stark choice between two radically different visions of France and its place in the world.

Mr Macron on Sunday night said he did not underestimate the economic difficulties facing France, adding: “It is a big honour, and a big responsibility. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

The Europhile social liberal, brandishing a programme of pro-business reforms coupled with Nordic-style welfarism, fought off a far-right candidate wanting to pull France out of the euro, impose protectionist barriers and drastically curb immigration.

Ms Le Pen swiftly conceded defeat but said her “historic and massive result” had made her party “the number one opposition force” in France. She vowed to continue the battle between “patriots and globalists” in legislative elections next month. She also said she wanted to profoundly transform her party into a new political force.

There will be intense relief across the markets and other European capitals that the pro-European centre ground held up against an onslaught from the populist right. In the end, Ms Le Pen fell well short of the 45 per cent that she was projected to win at one point earlier in the year.

Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission president, said he was “happy the French had chosen a European future”.

Over at the Daily Stormer, Andrew Anglin took his usual “no women should be in politics” blame game. There’s a lot more than that at play, since when her father was in a similar position more than a decade ago, he was trounced even more decisively.

It’s very difficult for honesty to overcome slick, reassuring words. People always fall for smooth talking con men, which is exactly what Macron, like Bill Clinton, is. Europeans have some sort of character flaw relating to wanting to come together. In his victory speech, Macron was as slick as ever, promising to break down the barriers that divide the French. Obviously, the only way to break down those barriers is for everyone to become a Muslim. That will hopefully never happen.

A united France, made up of Europeans, blacks, and Muslims is an impossible dream. But a used car salesman sold it anyway.

Pity France.






He might as well say we will become Muzz!

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France: Macron Hacked, Blames Russia, Sues Le Pen

Although the BBC won’t tell it’s readers the details about the Macron hacked documents, Zerohedge offers the image above purportedly showing that leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is involved in a Cayman Islands illegal tax evasion scheme.

It’s not clear that the documents are genuine. They could easily be a smear job on Macron, designed to taint a Le Pen victory, should she win.


The campaign of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron says it has been the target of a “massive hacking attack” after a trove of documents was released online.

The campaign said that genuine files were mixed up with fake ones in order to confuse people.

It said that it was clear the hackers wanted to undermine Mr Macron ahead of Sunday’s second round vote.

The centrist will face off against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

The documents were leaked on a file sharing website late on Friday.

The Macron camp condemned the leak minutes before the official campaigning period ended at midnight (22:00 GMT).

Candidates and the media now face restrictions until the polls close on Sunday evening, meaning Mr Macron cannot issue any more statements.

Opinion polls had indicated the former economy minister carried a lead of 20 percentage points or more over Ms Le Pen.
What was released?

About nine gigabytes of data were posted online by an anonymous user.
The details are unclear so far, but Mr Macron’s En Marche movement said internal campaign documents, including emails and financial data, had been taken in an “act of massive, co-ordinated hacking”.

“The leaked files were obtained several weeks ago by hacking personal and professional email accounts of several officials of the movement,” it said in a statement.

The campaign said the documents showed only legitimate campaign activities.

France’s election authorities have warned media outlets against reporting on the contents of the leaked documents because of the restrictions now in place.

Who might be responsible?

That too remains unclear. The Macron camp has not blamed any specific party but said the hack clearly aimed to damage it and undermine French democracy,

It compared it to the leak of Democratic Party emails in last year’s US presidential election that was blamed on Russian hackers.

Wikileaks, which published those emails, posted a link to the Macron documents on Twitter but implied it was not responsible.

Last month security experts from the company Trend Micro said that Russian hackers were targeting Mr Macron’s campaign.

Russia has denied that it is behind attacks aimed at Mr Macron.

If Le Pen wins, the press now has it’s narrative: The Russians got her elected.

Meanwhile, CNBC and a host of other news organizations have reported that Macron has sued Le Pen over what he calls Kremlin smears.

The favorite for the French presidency, Emmanuel Macron, has filed a lawsuit following comments made by his far-right rival Marine Le Pen in which she implied the independent centrist politician owns a secret offshore bank account in the Caribbean.

Macron, who has denied he holds any such account, filed a legal complaint on Thursday which prompted the French prosecutor’s office to formally open an investigation ahead of Sunday’s second round run-off vote. The lawsuit is not against Le Pen but is aimed at anyone spreading the rumors online.

The allegations of a secret offshore bank account appeared to have been spread by right-wing websites and social media with Macron’s supporters pointing out some of the sites had also supported U.S. President Donald Trump throughout the U.S. election.

Macron’s team sought to show exactly how the accusations were spread online in the hours leading up to Wednesday’s televised debate by publishing an exhaustive report of how such websites attempted to damage the French presidential hopeful.

Faggot Organist Confesses to Pro-Trump “NAZI” Church Vandalism


According to this story the police were as surprised as anyone when the NAZI vandalism at a church wasn’t done by a NAZI at all.

Are the police really so dumb as to think that NAZIs are roaming the streets vandalizing property? Most of these cases that I’ve written about here over the last three years have been false flags, like this one.


BEAN BLOSSOM, Ind. (WTHR) – A Brown County church vandalized with Donald Trump graffiti shortly after the 2016 election wasn’t targeted by pro-Trump political activists, but a member of their own congregation, according to police.

People suspected the KKK or some other hate group was responsible for the graffiti. The arrest of the church organist, was a surprise – and a relief.

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French Politicians Unite in Opposition to Marine Le Pen

I’m not on the ground in France and my high school French is rusty, but I keep reading that Emmanuel Macron is going to trounce race realist Marine Le Pen in France’s final round of voting on May 7.

Most of France’s politicians are throwing their support to Macron, while denouncing Le Pen.

The question from where I sit in America is whether the French will vote for Le Pen, who gives them a chance to survive, or vote for a weak multiculturalist who takes of unicorns and rainbows.

The Local France

Almost as soon as the news broke that Marine Le Pen had qualified for the runoff vote of the French presidential election, calls were issued by politicians on the left and the right, notably losing candidate François Fillon, to vote against her. But many on the left will do with a heavy heart.

One of the quickest calls came from defeated candidate François Fillon, insisting on the need to block the National Front, from power, adding “I’m not doing this with a lightness of heart”.

Fillon talked of the danger to France that Marine Le Pen’s “extremism” posed.

There’s no choice but to vote against the the extreme right. I will vote in favour of Emmanuel Macron,” he told his downbeat supporters.

Fellow Republican party politician and former Prime Minister Alain Juppé followed suit, announcing he decided to vote for Macron “without hesitation”, to support his “duel against the extreme right, who would be a disaster for France”.

And on the left defeated Socialist party candidate Benoit Hamon also called for supporters to back Macron, “even though he’s not part of the left.”

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Stefan Molyneaux Critiques Third World Immigration–Endorses Marine Le Pen (Video)

France votes tomorrow. Stefan advocates France for the French. There’s seven minutes of logic here that includes analogies that might not have occurred to you before.

Published on Apr 21, 2017

On April 23rd, the latest battle against globalism takes center stage as France goes the polls to decide it’s future, choosing between Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron, François Fillon and Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

Stefan Molyneaux: The Most Eloquent Plea for Saving Western Civilization I Have Ever Heard

Stefan Molyneaux makes the most eloquent plea for the preservation of Western civilization that I have ever heard. It’s powerful, both his delivery and his words.

Published on Apr 20, 2017

The Islamic State has attacked Paris, France, mere days before the upcoming Presidential election, leaving one police officer dead and two others injured. On April 23rd, the latest battle against globalism takes center stage as France goes the polls to decide it’s future, choosing between Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron, François Fillon and Jean-Luc Mélenchon.