Monday, May 8, 2017


2017 will be the year of people power. All over the Western world patriots are beginning to stand up for their rights and for national democracy against an establishment that has capitulated to alien and globalist interests. The British voting Brexit kicked off a spate of popular elections and referendums. The election of President Donald Trump is lending fire to the movement. 

UPDATE: Symbolically the fresh President Macron was hailed in under the tones of the utopian EU anthem, "Ode to Joy" (or "Alle Menschen Werden Brueder") instead of the French national anthem, La Marseillaise. Far from an outsider, this sockpuppet is the ultimate insider of the globalist elite. Speaking to the public he said: "I'll defend France, I'll defend Europe, and will strengthen links between Europe and its people." The sympathetic media are framing Macron's philosophy as “new humanism that will make the world safer.” Translation: when we persuade hostile Muslims of the superiority of our world view, they will abandon Jihad assimilating to French culture. The Eurocrats are celebrating it as a huge victory feeling emboldened: we are going to see new energy for more autocratic federalism and economically a prolongation of the Hollande regime. Meaning stagnation under the euro that is designed for German domination. It is perhaps not wrong to see Macron as an agent of German economic interests. Today, even before his inauguration, Macron is flying to Berlin. The German FM was fast to tweet a German proposal for yet another European investment fund, of which there are many that are leading absolutely nowhere.

The euro briefly rose against the dollar, than plunged to new lows.

A third of French voters declined to choose between Macron and Le Pen, either abstaining or spoiling their ballots — a record rate in nearly half a century. The abstention rate stood at 24.52 percent — the highest since the presidential election in 1969.

Le Pen is facing the difficult task of broadening her coalition considerably.

The President of the EU Council Donald Tusk called the Macron win a victory over the tyranny of FakeNews, stupidly confusing propaganda and reality.

On the campaign trail, Macron said that Britain would face “consequences” for leaving the EU and promised to take a tough stance in the divorce negotiations. “If your Government decides to organize a Brexit, I will be pretty tough on it. We have to preserve the rest of the European Union and not to convey the message that you can decide to leave without any consequences.” On Fox News John Bolton predicted what the Macron Presidency would look like.

Ezra Levant, the Canadian proprietor of The Rebel Media is seeing the Macron tenure as an opportunity, which indeed it is:

A choice of commentary and developments:

May 7, 2017


Unofficial and leaked exit polls hours before the polls were closed officially.

May 4, 2017


We have opened a Live Blog dedicated to the French election: #MacronGate

April 24, 2017


Apr 24, 2017 Nigel Farage on the French Election.

The first round of the French Presidential elections established one thing: the Left versus Right dichotomy has been replaced by Globalist versus the Nation. The similarities between the US, Trump, Brexit and the French election are striking. The key difference is that Le Pen isn't Trump, but surely Marine Le Pen is aware that Macron and his party are a construct of Obama, Soros and the globalist cabal! Emmanuel Macron is reminiscent of Obama in many ways. Like the Obama he is presented as a moderate, centrist, independent unifier. Both came out of thin air, with a minimal, token professional record. (CV on FT)

Macron held one private sector job, as an elite financial manager in the service of a Rothschild bank no less. He next emerged as a clerk in the Uber Socialist regime of PM Hollande. Macron is not just the guy who said "Islamic terrorism, get used to it" but he told the French people -- the biggest chauvinists on the entire planet -- that their culture doesn't exist. Macron is in essence, a Globalist coup against the People and Democracy! Are we sure that marrying his teacher, 25 years his senior, is ethically on the up and up?

The next step is to convince the French patriot voters their cause is already lost. Macron will bring France under Globalist control as he was tasked to do: Obama and his merry band of globalists founded and parachuted Macron and his vacuous Forward Movement. Macron attended the Bilderberg 2014 confab as the Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency. (Source) This guy who is presented as a centrist outsider is actually the ultimate insider and just as Socialist as Obama and Hollande. Macron in short, is a fraud, a phony and a Globalist stooge.

Bonus video:

Apr 24, 2017 Mark Steyn: "En March!"(Forward!) is more vapid than Hope and Change. 

April 22, 2017


In the pivotal French Presidential election that could change everything, Obama promised to "work together" with Left centrist Macron, while President Trump stopped just short of endorsing Le Pen, saying she is toughest on immigration and the border. Macron echoed Vals in presenting Islamic terrorism as a natural disaster, not the result of the failed Globalist policies. (More) The ex Muslim in the video does not agree. He accuses Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo and her cohorts in Government, expressing shame for the 230 dead that fell victim to terrorist attacks in France since 2015. The Globalists are quite literally sacrificing the citizens' human right to life on the altar of multiculturalism -- or 'open society' -- as a former Swedish PM put it.

April 15, 2017


Apr 14, 2017 It's the people vs. the establishment once again.

The eurocrats are facing a disaster in the French elections, with two anti EU parties taking the lead. In Brexit they got away with murder. In the French elections the globalists may well succeed in stealing the elections by fraud as expats are able to vote twice. Fraude or a computer glitch? They'll investigate...after the elections. Express has the stories.

Feb. 11, 2017


Feb 10, 2017 BBC documentary: After Brexit". 

As Britain continues to make preparations for Brexit, the BBC's Europe Editor Katya Adler presents a This World investigation into the rise of populist Eurosceptic movements across the continent to ask whether the union itself can survive. She charts the conflict between populist movement Five Star and pro-European prime minister Matteo Renzi in Italy, and elsewhere sees how populist forces are challenging the EU like never before. Can the union survive, or will.
After Brexit: The Battle for Europe saw BBC Europe editor Katya Adler quiz EU chiefs and leading politicians on the future of the crumbling bloc. The BBC, which has been accused of a pro-EU bias, was forced to admit the EU is in crisis in the hour-long documentary that trended on social media. Ms Adler said: “The powerbrokers of Europe face an unprecedented challenge. For the EU this is a battle to survive. Brussels doesn’t exactly have a reputation for moving fast but something will have to give. (More)
Eurocrats have embarked on a new strategy. As national politicians are pretending the tremendously unpopular EU has nothing to do with them, eurocrats have started blaming national politicians for the mess. They are trying to copy Donald Trump's strategy of going straight to the people. Too bad the people know darn well that on the contrary, national politicians have sold out their national independence to the EU every step of the way. The eurocrats are a despised elite. The trick can't help them anymore.

Feb. 5, 2017


With the crucial Presidential elections of April 23 approaching it's time for a quick update on France.
Right wing Le Pen announced 144 "commitments" at the start of a two-day rally in Lyon. (...) "The aim of this programme is first of all to give France its freedom back and give the people a voice," Le Pen said in the introduction to the manifesto. (...) Opinion polls see Le Pen topping the first round on April 23 but then losing the May 7 run-off to a mainstream candidate. (...) FN officials taking to the stage targeted pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron who polls say will easily beat Le Pen in the second round. However, faith in pollsters has been shaken after they failed to predict Trump's election win or Britain's vote last June to leave the European Union. 
"This presidential election puts two opposite proposals," Le Pen said in her manifesto. "The 'globalist' choice backed by all my opponents ... and the 'patriotic' choice which I personify." If elected, Le Pen says she would immediately seek an overhaul of the European Union that would reduce it to a very loose cooperative of nations with no single currency and no border-free area. If, as is likely, France's EU partners refuse to agree to this, she would call a referendum to leave the bloc. (...) But in the most unpredictable election race France has known in decades, the FN hopes the scandal hitting conservative candidate Francois Fillon and the rise of populism across the West will help convince voters to back Le Pen. (Source)

January 22, 2017 


Geert Wilders (Dutch Freedom Party), Marine le Pen (French Front National), Frauke Petry (German Alternative für Deutschland), Matteo Salvini (Italy’s Northern League) and Harald Vilimsky (Austria’s Freedom Party) gathered on January 21 at a convention in Koblenz, Germany. They called on European voters to participate in a patriotic spring to topple the European Union, reassert national sovereignty and secure national borders. (More)

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