France wanted change, they wanted more security and for that reason the two winners of the first round of the election were both not representing the two major sectors of France politics, the Conservatives and the Socialists. But here's where they were played for fools, or maybe they are just as ill prepared to intelligently vote as Americans due to their penchant for government "goodies", for while it was clear that Marine Le Pen was pegged from the Right, Emmanuel Macron represented himself as a centrist with an unknown party organization that has no representation in Parliament. Let's talk about Macron a moment, and it will be obvious why he is not a centrist and he by no means represents what the people thought they were looking for, be they left or right.
Just over a year ago we called Macron a Socialist, for he served as Economics Minister for Hollande and vigorously pushed his policies. His leaving office and creating a party in name only was only to separate himself from Hollande, since the then President was hugely unpopular which is why he opted himself not to stand for an elected term. But the external powers to be, and certainly the Rothschild banking tentacles played a key role, wanting a younger candidate who they could mold on paper as something new and fresh. And the connection to the Rothschild Bank is more than just a mention, for Macron was a banker with that organization prior to his recent political involvement. He advocates for everything the EU wants, likely as a requirement for financial campaign support. So it's nothing but the same old, same old packaged differently.
And then there was Le Pen, pegged by the media as a right wing extremist. But except for her stance on the immigration process which was her reasons for wanting to exit the EU, she was much more closely aligned with Macron and the French Socialist ideal of long paid vacations, exorbitant taxation of wealth, and early retirement and short work weeks in a society where leisure is often the rule rather than the exception. But, of course, with the streets dangerous, with vagrants roaming all over the cities and setting up Islamic only living zones and police afraid to deal with what is real, often due to being told to stand down, the society is turning from one of culture to one of rot. Walk the streets of Paris these days and see for yourself, particularly if you happen to be of Anglo appearance.
No, the reason I say au revoir to France is not because of either of the candidates but because of the French people themselves. They as a whole are afraid to speak up and say nothing until it is too late. And then, after the carnage, they have candlelight vigils and sing, with more of the carnage soon to follow. French culture is rapidly disappearing and in its place is rising an ugly, hateful and colorless land where slums, street fighting and division is becoming the rule rather than the exception. It's as if the Dark Ages is returning to Europe, and I expect the nation will be fully compliant with Sharia within ten years or so, and it likely won't be limited to those of Muslim origin. And the rest of Europe, excepting Britain (which has always considered itself a separate island entity at heart) and a few of the new eastern bloc nations, will likely remain compliant with Frau Merkel's economic dictates and are likely to quickly follow. Europe will be overrun without even firing a shot by a culture that has no interest in assimilation.
Now I know many of you who read this might think that this is impossible. And you know what? Deep in my heart I hope that is the case, but I don't think so. It is likely too late as the die is already cast.