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Le Pen soars in French Polls to Top

By admin / February 24, 2017

Marine Le Pen has refused to wear a headscarf at a meeting with a Grand Mufti in Lebanon.  The incident is likely to be well received by their electorate in France. Ms Le Pen in the first round of voting in France’s Presidential elections in April, is expected to top the polls. When she was offered […]

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Civil Unrest Tears France Apart

By admin / February 20, 2017

The civil unrest in France which began in Paris has led to riots in some parts of the capital that spilled over spreading across France as vigilantes stage running battles with police in protest of the rape of a young black man. Chaos erupted after it emerged police anally raped a young black man named […]

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Le Pen in First Place So Far

By admin / February 7, 2017

With the election coming up in France, Le Pen is praising Donald Trump for putting his people first. “The European Union has failed,” she declared. She vows to return control of France also back to the people. Le Pen promises to exit the EU, saying it has utterly failed, and place a strict limitation upon immigration […]

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2017 is Looking More Optimistic Than Ever

By admin / January 2, 2017

The only thing about international trade is that someone cannot have a trade surplus without another experiencing a trade deficit. We all cannot have trade surpluses simultaneously and we have to begin understanding this reality. The net capital movements around the world are showing clear signs that things will be intensifying and the net capital […]

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Hollande Bows Out in France – He Will Not Run

By admin / December 2, 2016

Well the emails are pouring in already since our post on the upcoming French elections where our model was showing that “Clearly, the socialists are finished.” We further stated: “They made a two election come back, but that was just a reaction reaching 51.63% compared to their peak at 51.76% in 1981. This suggests they […]

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French Elections 2017

By admin / November 25, 2016

Trying work out models on the French elections is by no means easy. The parties have changed and combined many times since 1973 alone. The National Front (FN) is a generally regarded as far-right because they are a Euroskeptic party since 1993 from its outset. Primarily, the FN is a socially conservative, nationalist political party in […]

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Le Pen Doubling Hollande in Polls

By admin / November 22, 2016

Last Thursday in France, Le Monde showed President Hollande polling at 14% while likely Republican candidate and former president Nicolas Sarkozy scored 21%. However, the clear hands-down winner of the poll was anti-mass migration Front National party leader Marine Le Pen. Le Pen gathered 28% of those surveyed, which was double that of the current President Hollande. […]

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France Using Radar to Ticket Speeding Bikers

By admin / November 8, 2016

Believe it of not, France is now imposing a 10k speed limit for those riding bicycles. They are using radar guns to ticket riders. When governments need money, they are very imaginative on how to come up with new ways to fine people to get their pound of flesh.

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French Parliament – Nullified – Get Ready for More Civil Unrest

By admin / July 22, 2016

After months of controversy over the labor market reform that was designed to end excessive socialism in France, the French Government has bypassed the final vote in Parliament altogether. Given the resistance in his own camp, Hollande and the Prime Minister Manuel Valls in the National Assembly are using a special rule that allows them […]

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French Mayor Will Now Tear Down The Refugee Camp known as the “Jungle”

By admin / July 16, 2016

It has begun. The French port town of Calais will soon tear down the refugee camp known as the “Jungle,” says town’s mayor. He wants all migrants to be sent to Britain and out of his town. This is a radical step to expel the 6,000 asylum seekers currently living there who want to go to Britain. Since […]

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