Faith in the tooth fairy may have been restored according to breaking news reports. A prominent French capitalist who promoted mass migration was reportedly tied up along with his wife and tortured in his home by four men of foreign descent.
Marion Maréchal says multicultural society is a polite term for the end of Western society. In the midst of a debate on multiculturalism and fanciful models of integration in the country, and while marches take place against Islamophobia, the niece of Marine Le Pen, Marion Maréchal has a clear opinion on the issue.
How could we let it happen? Parisians are outraged on social networks by rubble on the streets. City Hall fights off attacks as best it can. The stench on uncollected garbage is not only reaching noses it is reaching the past. The foul environment ~ ironically ushered in by a regime that touts itself as environmentally friendly is reaching a level not endured since medieval times.
French investigators are allegedly investigating the participation of politicians in clandestine wild feast and parties. Outraged French demand that politicians be held accountable after they secretly participate in clandestine parties in expensive restaurants in Paris.
To all intents and purposes, Emmanuel Macron’s France is closed and in total darkness. Life as the French knew it has ended. Everyone, from 7 pm is locked in their homes. Never in world history, not even during wars and great plagues, have entire nation’s peoples been imprisoned in their homes.
Marine Le Pen, leader of the patriotic French National Assembly party, detailed her plans announced last week that she would hold a referendum on immigration if she is elected president next year.
Marine Le Pen, leader of the French National Rally party, has indicated that her first decision in the event she is elected president following upcoming elections would be to hold an immigration referendum. Border control and tax reform aimed at easing the pressure on the middle classes would also be priorities.
Actress Corinne Masiero disrobed on stage during a French awards ceremony, exposing the audience to her anger over the government’s cynical closure of cinemas and other cultural institutions amid the so-called ‘gravy train for politicians’ Covid-19 crisis.
On March 11, 1818 was born Marius Petipa – French and Russian ballet dancer, choreographer, actor, theatrical figure and teacher.
ROBERT LLOYD WRITES: I have never been a fan of the French people throughout my life. It’s probably because of their unfriendliness that is widely acknowledged by tourists over the many years. Even a sister of mine that used to work for the airlines in the mid-west, said the French-Canadians was rude to English speaking people when they travelled to Montreal.