Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen has won about 20% of the vote in France’s Presidential Elections. This means she will not win this election, but it does mean she is the third force in French politics and will be a formidable figure on the French political scene for the foreseeable future. It makes me smile when I read frothing lefties on sites like the Huffington Post, The Guardian and others hyperventilate about Le Pen, they just don’t seem to get what is happening to the world right now, and they really don’t understand what is happening in Europe.

Le Pen has garnered more support than her father did in 2002 when he qualified for the second round, he got just under 17%, his daughter has got 19-20%.

Also, American MSM, as to be expected are speechless with her result, they can’t seem to understand that French people would want to protect France, ‘Well there’s deep concern of course because no-one expected her to do quite that well. The opinion polls were putting her at about 12, 13, 14 per cent at most. To get around 20 is a big shock and it just shows the extremities to which people have gone in this election.’ 

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The future seems to be bright for Le Pen, I do hope that she wins in 2017.

The Beauty of Europe

Sometimes, I need to see the beauty of that which I wish to preserve, that which needs to be preserved. If all the suburbs, tower blocks, skyscrapers, ‘modern’, concrete slabs were to be demolished, we would still have Europe, we could still seek its past through the little towns, villages and cities that would remain. If the types of places bellow were to be demolished and forgotten, then we would be closer to cutting whatever links us to our once glorious past.

Remember, these are only buildings, only towns, only brick and wood and mortar, but, they have become more than that, they are a mystical connection between us and our fathers.

Colmar

Colmar

Cracow

Stein am Rhein

Siena

Brugge

Mont St Michel

Kaysersberg

Kaysersberg

This is OUR Home

Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen is not likely to win the French presidential elections this weekend, according to the polls, which put her on about 14% or so, with both Sarkozy and Hollande at about 25% each. Well hope wells eternal, does it not?

It is something that I find encouraging, when I see Europeans, in this case the French, and so many of them, without fear or shame, proclaim their loyalty to their people, to their land and to their fathers. It is an inspiring thing to see the crowds roar approval of Marine Le Pen’s speech, when she condemns the bankers, the immigrants and the EU slime balls that have done so much harm to our continent.

It is encouraging to see a fifth of French citizens, not the same as the French, declare their support of the Front National. Of Ethnic French, that number is nearer to a quarter. It encourages me when the crowds yet out, ‘This is OUR home’, indeed it is, and my only hope is that Le Pen is successful in this election, against all the odds, to reclaim France for the French.

Even is she fails now, the coming economic chaos of the next few years may open up an opportunity in five years, she is still young and could be the first restorationist to gain power in this corrupt continent.

God speed Marine, and for all our sakes, I hope you win!

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Brigitte Bardot and Marine LePen

Well, the French presidential race is hotting up and it remains to be seem whether enough French people have the sense to vote Marine LePen into the Elysee Palace. Whether she could even do very much once there would be a concern, but at least, it would be a huge symbolic victory for our side, LePen seems to be a good debater, she does not seem crazy, she looks good, she is elegant. She also knows how to talk to the French people, she criticises ‘capitalism’, immigration and the over mighty EU, she does this in an intelligent way and well, one hopes beyond hope that she can make it.

Marine LePen

Marine LePen

I read an article on the official state sponsored France 24, you can see it here. In this opinion piece, the writer attempts to savage Brigitte Bardot, the former actress who now campaigns against animal cruelty, especially ritual slaughter of animals for Muslims, she has been convicted five times for ‘racial hatred against Muslims’ as the writer mentions twice in his piece, he refers to Bardot as an ‘old bag’, he compares her to the local crazy old racist we ‘all avoid’ if they lived in our neighbourhood! Hmmm, well, the comments were interesting, as they are in so many places nowadays, most of the comments I read laid into the writer, accusing him of showing disrespect for the old, accusing him of not knowing about Islam and the dangers posed and mocking him as a coward for not putting his name to the piece. Indeed it seems odd that France 24 should be so partisan, it is the French equivalent to BBC World, and although the BBC are quite blatant about their prejudices, there are nowhere near as bad as France 24

‘Once upon a time, she was France’s most alluring actress and a source of Gallic pride. Today, she’s deemed a pesky old bag and an embarrassment to her fellow countrymen. One thing’s for sure – Brigitte Bardot is still a great source of entertainment.

 At 22 she was the darling of France, a talented and beautiful actress who nobody could keep their eyes off. At 77, she’s like that racist old neighbour that you avoid in the street – the one that values puppies over asylum seekers.’

So, the writer is telling us we should value ‘asylum seekers’, when was the last time an actual ‘asylum seeker’ seeked asylum? All of the immigrants I see are just here for free money, none of them complain very much about their homelands, indeed some of them love their homelands so much, they are attempting to turn Europe into a version of them by forcing us to assimilate into their backward cultures!

But crafty old Bardot saw straight through them. She knows all too well that the only politician who really, truly hates Muslims enough to pretend to care for animal rights, is far-right darling Marine Le Pen (MLP). She, of course, would have no qualms in banning halal abattoirs in France. After all, the country’s five-million Muslims rely on them. No more halal… no more Muslims? And it would all be done in the name of animal rights, naturally. Bleat it lambs, MLP for president! 

Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Bardot

Already convicted five times for inciting racial hatred against Muslims, Bardot is back, and this time she’s got the presidential palace in her sights.

Again, the hatred toward France is palpable here, whoever this guy is, needs to get the hell out of France and leave people who actually love the place.

We can only imagine were that ‘rightful spot’ might be – a kitten-filled paradise where Muslims have their throats slit by cows?’

More lies and slurs against the French, why should they have to tolerate millions of aliens in their once fair land, why should one of the great nations of Europe allow itself to be overrun by teaming multitudes of hateful, angry, unemployed misfits?

Some of the comments:

‘Loves dogs, hates muslims, huh? She has the right idea, for sure. We need many more Brigitte Bardots. More who acknowledge the criminality of the muslim “religion”, more who condemn and punish the atrocities the muslims perpetrate on people of all faiths. Vive le Bardot!I’d say she talks a lot more sense that you do. Your blog post is so politically correct it’s embarrassing. It’s also riddled with prejudice against older people through the use of words like “doddering”. You would never dream of employing comparably unflattering adjectives when talking about Muslims. But you have been indoctrinated to believe that the de-Europeanisation of Europe is good and anyone who has qualms about it must be evil’

‘Ms. Bardot is correct on both counts: Her concern for animals and her understanding of true Islam. Nothing good has ever come out of Islam. One can only assume that the idiot calling Ms. Bardot, “An old bag,” is a Muslim. Such disrespect for an elderly woman or any woman for that matter, only comes from those who are enslaved by Islam, or their stooges. If the people of France had any pride at all in their history and culture they would expel that plague which has invaded them from the East.’

‘Where is out Le Penn here in England? The French hate muslims in their country as much as we English do. Any step that may put them off staying/coming is a good one. Well said Bridget!’

‘1 Mr. SARKOZY, not ”Zarkozy” (learn to spell, your post is awful) is French and the president of the Republic. Which can only mean that you are not the President, obviously (thank God). His rich background makes him proud 2- Algeria and Tunisia treated french immigrants with hostile racism. The pieds noir had nothing to do with colonization, they just wanted to live in the region. Their expulsion is a far cry from how rude & unpatriotic French-Algerians are treated in France 3-Get a grip on your ego 4-get a grip on your ego and show some respect and decency or seize sharing your backward thinkibng with the masses’

‘Typically, liberal columnists resort to grotesque ad hominem attacks when their arguments fail to hold water. Brigitte Bardot is a supporter of animal rights. It is, therefore, consistent, that she should oppose the innate cruelty of halal meat production. Quite how that makes her a ‘racist’ (the unanswerable insult of choice for all Leftists) is beyond me. And is ‘old’ now smething to be ashamed of, too?’

‘What a nasty article.’

‘i would choose Bardots values above those of fanatical moslems any day and the ridicule within this article shows that the writer fears Bardots views as they are very widely held…..’

‘It is blogs like this that make me want to puke. What horrible writing. Just calling a bad literary piece what it is.’

‘Animals live in agony and pain in Muslim countries, that is a fact. They treat animals very badly, I have seen it myself. They see western women as “bitches” and desecrate our churches by turning it into Mosques.’

‘By all means, this author’s views should be accepted. Shut down that evil racist Bardot! How dare she stand up for the nation of France… a nation that is faced with the destructive forces of “multiculturalism.” And if France pulls back from the precipice of multiculturalism, it may survive as a nation-state…. Unless, of course, unions and “welfare lifestyle” citizens continue to such the lifeblood out of this important nation.’

‘Mon Belle Brigitte she is a real true patriot and loves her native France. She hates what France has become with all the foreigners especially the musslims who despise the west. She is the modern symbol of Liberty. France needs to be returned to the French or the foreigners need to embrace the rich French culture and democracy’

‘Why is this author so hateful and contemptuous of Bardot? Her name will be remembered long after he is completely forgotten.’

‘It seems to me the author is pretty hateful too. What a personal attack on someone with a different view. I wouldn’t call this journalism and its not why if read France 24. This is a personal attack disguised as a news.’

It seems to me, that the comments on many articles, from left leaning outlets like the Guardian, to the Telegraph, from the Mail to the BBC and now even France 24, are showing the cracks in the false reality our elites have enforced on us for decades now, people are speaking out, it almost seems like people don’t care about being called ‘racist’ anymore. I hope that this is true, and I hope it continues. We need people like Marine LePen, the Front National and ‘crazy old bags’ like Bardot to show people the truth and to show people there is a way out of the catastrophe of the modern West.

Paris in May

I have recently moved to London, all the easier to work! I decided to get the Eurostar to Paris for a few days, as it has been a long time since I visited that great city. It’s always an adventure to go off somewhere and start exploring a strange place, Paris is beautiful. I got a hotel room in the Jourdain area of north Paris, the streets around my hotel were filled with cafés, boulangerie, charcouterie, fromagerie and all the other shops you would expect of Paris. I also found the best boulangerie in Paris (picture bellow) on the Rue de Belleville, just round the corner form my hotel, it was open until nine in the evening selling the best croissants, pain au chocolat, cakes and sandwiches, those French know their pastries.

The best boulangerie in Paris, on the Rue de Belleville near Jordain

The best boulangerie in Paris, on the Rue de Belleville near Jordain

Evening in Paris, looking down the Rue de Belleville

Evening in Paris, looking down the Rue de Belleville

On my travels through the city, I came across the Place de la Concorde, it was here that the good king Louis XVI and his queen Marie Antoinette were murdered by the freemasons of the revolution, an obelisk towers above the spot where the guilotine stood, a masonic symbol, placed there by the son of the Louis d’Orleans, or as he prefered to be known, Louis Égalité, the cousin of the king, who none the less voted for his death. It was Louis-Philippe, who styled himself not King of France, but King of the French who erected this masonic symbol above the spot where the king and queen were murdered, the only memorial to the royal martyrs is a plaque placed on the ground, which mentions that the Place de la Concorde was for a few years the Place de la Revolution, and that is was there where the principle executions took place, nothing more for Louis the murdered king.

The obelisk in the Place de la Concorde

The obelisk in the Place de la Concorde

The only memorial to the martyred royals

The only memorial to the martyred royals

But unfortunatly, like most cities in the west, Paris has it’s share of outsiders, they make themselves felt in the tourist areas, which I think makes them very unpleasant places, in the Tuilleries I has to beat off some aggressive African trying to put something on my hand, he said he was an ‘artist’, yeah, I bet he was!

Then when I went to the Eiffel Tower, the place was mobbed by Africans and Arabs trying to sell rubbish and tat to tourists, there were also the, by now seemingly obligitary, band of theiving gypsies, who were begging off the passing tourists, what a mess. I would purposely never go back to the Eiffell Tower because it is so unpleasant.

Gang of Africans selling plastic crap

Gang of Africans selling plastic crap

More Africans

More Africans

Gang of thieving Gypsy beggars

Gang of thieving Gypsy beggars

More outsiders attempting to sell crap

More outsiders attempting to sell crap

But even with the bad, Paris is still a wonderful place, the Notre Dame shines like new after its cleaning, the narrow streets are charming and to be in such a place fills one with awe, not only in the glory of Paris, but in knowing that this city was once the greatest in the world, that this was one of the learned centres of Christendom, that it was here where the heirs of Charles Martel sat on their throne and ruled the greatest kingdom of men then known.

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Narrow streets of old Paris

Narrow streets of old Paris

I think I am resolved to use my wordpress blog in future, it seems impossible to do a proper post on blogger, the writing and pictures get mixed up and go all over the place, wordpress is so much better and easier to use!!