In a moment resembling Hillary Clinton’s infamous “deplorables” comment, Mr. Macron — who currently leads Front National leader Marine Le Pen in the polls — took to the stage at a 10,000-strong rally in Paris to dub Front National the “anti-France party”, branding their supporters “fearmongerers” and “extreme”.
Only in an insane world can a Nationalist be called “Anti-France”. Because “Pro France” means open borders, an Angela Merkel style of reckless disregard for her citizens, less sovereignty, and less control of their own destiny.
But the Left always accuses others of what they themselves are doing. Just like when Macron accuses Le Pen of “stirring up hatred” because she doesn’t believe in having wide open borders. He follows that statement with comments designed to whip up hatred against Le Pen and her supporters:
““They’re here. It’s they. It’s they who are our true enemies,” declared Mr. Macron.
“Powerful, organized, skillful, determined,” he said: “You pass them in the streets, in the countryside or on the web, most often well hidden. As hateful as they are cowardly. You know them. The party of the agents of the disaster, the fearmongerers. The French far-right. It’s here”.
“They” are the true enemies. Hear that France? The people that want to retain French culture, the people that don’t want to just “learn to live” with terrorism, the people who don’t want France to further break down into a society riddled with sexual violence perpetrated by Muslims against women. Those people are the enemy in Macron’s France.
To those of you who visit here from France, life often presents difficult, complex decisions that we oft anguish over for weeks at a time. This is not one of those decisions. The last port in the storm for a fraud is slander, and we just heard Macron expose himself as the fraud he is. On Sunday, vote for Le Pen and get everyone you know to go vote for her as well. You must.
Le Pen’s next chance to fix this problem is five years from now. There will be little left to fix by then.