Extreme Left Wins in France

In an outcome that is probably not a surprise, extreme-Left French candidate Emmanuel Macron has won the presidential race against Marine Le-Pen, scoring 59% to 41%. He commented that “I know that a number of French people have voted for me today, not to support my ideas but to stop the ideas of the far right,” and called on supporters to be “kind and respectful” to others, because the country was riven by “so much doubt, so much division”.

Macron’s victory was welcomed by the EU leaders, well-aware that it is a victory for the globalist, anti-nativist genocidal agenda they represent. The European Council president Charles Michel tweeted: “Bravo Emmanuel. In this turbulent period, we need a solid Europe and a France totally committed to a more sovereign and more strategic European Union.” The European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, said: “I am delighted to be able to continue our excellent cooperation.” The German chancellor, Olaf Scholz, said French voters had delivered “a strong message in favour of Europe”.

If this continues, France is certain to fall into a civil war sometime in the future, though that is probably already unavoidable due to the amount of diversity France suffers from. Macron himself will use his win to bolster his push for an increased EU defence project, closer collaboration on immigration and more regulation to counter the weight of giant tech platforms such as Google. Yet many if not majority of Macron’s voters voted for him only to keep out Marine Le Pen, showing how brainwashed the French (and general European) poplation has become with anti-nativist and pro-genocidal ideas.

That being said, 41,45% of people who had voted for Le Pen put the French right closer to presidency than ever before. The voter abstention rate for the runoff was 28%.

After victory, Macron walked out to deliver his speech – not to the hymn of the France, but to the hymn of the Ode to Joy, the EU hymn, thus showing clearly where his loyalties lie.


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