April 25, 2017
How do you get elected as a nationalist candidate? By removing nationalism from your platform, of course.
The strategy here is rather difficult to process.
Marine Le Pen came in second in the first round of voting, which is worse than anyone was really expecting. This might be some kind of panic move.
I don’t think the cucks and commies are going to buy it though – never mind the Moslems and other invaders who, for some reason, have been given a right to vote.
French far-right presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen has announced that she is temporarily stepping down as her party’s leader.
The Front National leader revealed she would be quitting her role in her party to focus on the upcoming Presidential election.
Monday’s move appears to be a way for Le Pen to embrace a wide range of potential voters ahead of the May 7 runoff between herself and centrist Emmanuel Macron who came in first in Sunday’s first round.
She announced on France 2: ‘Tonight, I am no longer the president of the National Front. I am the presidential candidate.
‘I will feel more free, and above partisan considerations.’
“Above partisan considerations.”
In other words, above considerations of actually doing what she promised to do. This really sounds like a prelude to going against everything she previously professed to believe in, in the hopes of getting some mythical “moderate” vote.
You know what’s above “partisan considerations?” Not getting massacred by Moslems on the streets.
She’s going for both the “islamic butcher” vote and “slaughter victim” vote, so she can’t be too divisive.
The news comes as she made it to the second round of the vote.
In the first round of voting centrist Emmanuel Macron won 23.9 per cent and Le Pen received 21.4 per cent.
Le Pen has said in the past that she is not a candidate of her party, and made that point when she rolled out her platform in February, saying the measures she was espousing were not her party’s, but her own.
What does that even mean?
Wow, if I was a member of the Front National, I’d be pretty angry that the party’s leader is saying she’s running on a non-party platform. She’s literally admitting in the open that she’s hijacking the party’s name for her own sake, but that she’s ready to dump the party whenever it seems politically expedient.
FN party activists for her campaign must be in a great mood right now.
Le Pen has worked to bring in voters from the left and right for several years, cleaning up her party’s racist, anti-Semitic image to do so.
Much of the antagonism towards the Front Nationale [sic] stems from its association with her father, the convicted racist and Holocaust denier Jean-Marie Le Pen, who is now 88.
He’s always been 88.
He founded the FN in 1972, at a time when it was associated with street violence and hatred of foreigners.
Yeah, yeah, whatever.
There’s two things going on here.
First, Le Pen’s enemy is the French establishment – which is to say, the Jews. They don’t give a damn what “party” she’s a part of, because their hatred for her is a blood feud. It has nothing to do with policies or ideology. The Le Pen clan is a blood enemy of the Jews, and the Front National is an enemy organization, no matter how far they cuck and betray their base. It’s all for nothing.
So all of these compromises and “de-diabolization” process is basically useless.
Second, how could anyone see this sort of flaking as a positive? If she can’t even maintain her solidarity for her party, and the activists who have given their time and money for the cause, how can she expect the people to trust that she won’t betray them as well?[Editor’s Note: Third, this is her party – since she’s taken it over, she’s made massive changes to shape it into her own thing. She is responsible for every aspect of what it currently represents. She’s a control freak who has made aggressive changes to the official platform, wantonly. And everyone knows that. -AA]
Now, of course, Le Pen didn’t literally throw the FN under the bus. But the implication is the same. She’s quitting to “reach a broader audience” – which is to say, she’s publicly signaling that the party is a burden, that it’s evil, that it’s values are different from the values of the general population. It’s defeatist. Everyone understands this instinctively.
Look, the situation is dire for her at this point. But all she really needs to do is tell the French something like this: “Listen people – do you like getting slaughtered in the street by Moslems? Macron is promising you more of that. If you’d like to live, vote for me. If you want an Islamic state, vote for Macron.”
This isn’t rocket science.[Editor’s Note: Also, who is advising this bitch? Other women? Her knitting club? The World Jewish Congress? What kind of person comes up with an idea like this? I mean, she clearly has absolutely no idea what is going on, but someone has to have been like “hey Marine, I’ve got an idea…” What is it even? Is it a response to the recent riots, saying they are against all politics now? She’s like “oh hey, I’m not even a politician anymore – I just quit. A vote for me is a vote against politics.” Anyway, sorry for Le Black Pill, but she couldn’t win anyway, so I guess doing something bizarre like this is meant to just try and confuse people into voting for her. -AA]