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Marine Le Pen had been relatively untouched by the French mainstream media up until the first round of the presidential election, but now pro-Macron media’s gloves are coming off. Indeed, there is a mounting last-ditch effort by the international globalist cult to ‘STOP LE PEN‘ whatever it takes.
But soon as the results of the first round were published, and now that it is known that president Emmanuel Macron will have to face Marine Le Pen in a re-run of the 2017 presidential second round, the anti-migrant candidate is again presented as ‘far-right’ and a threat to democracy and civil peace.
The French establishment is collectively against Le Pen. Former presidents François Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy, are calling on the French people to vote for Macron, the president responsible for mass immigration and more than 400,000 new arrivals per year.
The degenerate Macron is also the president who extended access to in vitro fertilization to lesbian couples, and who is now promising to legalize euthanasia if he is re-elected. The president imposed the apartheid-style vaccination pass and declared that French people who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19 should not be considered full citizens, even though the vaccine was officially not compulsory.
Macron is the president who will have let Salafist mosques, who have openly preached a radical Islam incompatible with the French Republic’s laws and basic principles, operate while having non-violent associations, such as Génération identitaire, were banned.
While Marine Le Pen has the support of nearly half the French electorate, the corporate globalist media has universally condemned her and orchestrates demands that the French vote for Macron.
But it is Marine Le Pen, who opposes the legalization of euthanasia, the vaccine pass, and social engineering through mass immigration while promising to close the Salafist mosques and defend the freedoms and security of honest citizens, who refuse to sanction Russia who is now, once again, presented as an extremist and a danger for democracy.
A well-prepared Le Pen fared much better during Wednesday’s presidential debate with Emmanuel Macron than back in 2017, but probably not good enough to make a difference. While she has, according to polling, the support of nearly half the French electorate, the ‘one party totalitarian media as elsewhere does not reflect the choice of the electorate. Fearing a possible victory of the popular right, the political, intellectual, artistic and media elites have brought out all the heavy artillery in an attempt to sway public opinion.
‘With Marine Le Pen, the poor may die,’ cried Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin on April 12, in a city where Marine Le Pen obtained more than 30 percent of the vote in the first round. A victory for Marine Le Pen would endanger the lives of feminists, Antifa, and anti-racist activists, according to journalist and LGBT activist Alice Coffin, a councillor for the Greens in the Paris city council, who was interviewed by the daily newspaper Libération.
‘What risks do feminist activists face if Marine Le Pen wins the presidential election?’ her interviewer asked, to which Coffin replied: ‘It’s simple, it would mean the death of feminist activists in a very concrete way. In the literal sense. If the far-right wins, I, like so many other feminists, Antifa, or anti-racist activists, are threatened with death.
‘In case of victory of the far-right, there will be danger all around and it will concern not only women in France but in all Europe because the barriers will fall in the European Parliament, there will be a contamination effect.’
Meanwhile, an interview with Central Consistory of France chairman Elie Korchia, published in the Le Monde newspaper on, April 17, was entitled: ‘Jews in France could be forbidden to continue eating kosher’ should Marine Le Pen be victorious on Sunday.
‘We have no right to mortgage our children’s future by remaining passive witnesses to an impending political catastrophe. Let’s vote Emmanuel Macron,’ called the rector of the Grand Mosque of Paris on April 15.
The public radio station, France Info, claims the candidate defends a xenophobic and authoritarian program, which would weaken the checks and balance.’
The columnist of Alternatives économiques spoke on April 13 of a ‘permanent coup d’état’ with Marine Le Pen who, according to him, would be ‘the heiress, whatever she says, of the National Front, the party at the root of the National Rally, which was a refuge for nostalgias of Vichy, or even of Nazism.’
‘If Marine Le Pen were elected, she could become the commander-in-chief of the French [nuclear] strike force, and unleash the equivalent of 48,000 Hiroshima’s on a large part of the United States, Russia, China, Africa, and on Europe,’ warned L’Obs’s doom-mongering columnist on April 13.
On its April 21 front page, another important weekly, Marianne, called for voting in favor of Emmanuel Macron with the cover headline: ‘Despite the anger… avoid chaos.’
The president of the University of Nantes defiantly broke the law and her duty of neutrality by using her position to write to more than 37,000 students and 4,000 university staff members, calling on them to ‘stop the extreme right and therefore the National Rally.’
On April 15, the French media announced that 500 artists had published an open letter calling for a vote for Emmanuel Macron against Marine Le Pen’s program of ‘xenophobia and insularity.’
‘Today, what used to be called the Republican front is cracking. We are dismayed by this,’ lamented the artists. ‘Tomorrow, we dare not imagine what would become of culture in our country if she were the one designated by the vote,’ the letter read.
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It is ironic that the OSCE observer mission set up at the request of the Hungarian opposition, and a group of MEPs to monitor the April 3 elections in Hungary noted in its report ’extensive bias in a number of broadcast and online media against United for Hungary and in favour of the government and Fidesz,’ complaining that ‘this has deprived voters of receiving accurate and impartial information about the main contestants, thus limiting their opportunity to make an informed choice.
Ironically, what the United for Hungary opposition coalition had to endure was nothing compared to the way Marine Le Pen and her National Rally have been, and continue to be treated during the French elections. Source
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