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Which French candidate for president will be best for Poland?


johnny reb 20 | 4,143
5 May 2017 #301
which represents an additional threat to the monopoly of the mainstream media,

That is the point I was trying to make.

Is the Presidential hopeful out to kill free speech in France ?

johnny reb 20 | 4,143
5 May 2017 #302
Where are the bleeding heart Libs from this forum now?

Last year, Baron David de Rothschild was indicted by the French government after he was accused of fraud in a scheme that allegedly embezzled large sums of money from British pensioners.

Now the Rothschild is backing Macron
Could there be a "conflict" of interest by any chance ?
Joker 1 | 1,333
5 May 2017 #303
laugh all the way at you Americans come Sunday night.

It won't affect me one way or another what happens in the French election.

Im always laughing at you!!!

And when Le Pen wins, Ill be laughing even more at all you Liberals Melting down....Hahaha

This is one very sick individual.

You know it:)

JR
"Now the Rothschild is backing Macron
Could there be a "conflict" of interest by any chance ?"

They must have learned from the Clinton Foundation, Soros, all them pond scum libturds
Joker 1 | 1,333
6 May 2017 #304
You remember how it was before the ACA?

I only need to remember that the DEMOCRATS had 6 years to tweak it as problems arose if they really wanted to keep it but they just let it be. Now they expect the Republicans to fix it and save it. The Rep`s want to save and just rename it, but it`s fatally flawed there is no fix to it. Only about 10% of the new immigrants are self supporting so we get to pay for their healthcare too. We could do a reasonably good job if we were only dealing with US citizens but the Democrats overloaded the system for political purposes.

What do you mean? That I'm a pro-Russian American?

If you don't agree with him, Youre Pro-Russian!
TheOther 6 | 3,999
6 May 2017 #305
the DEMOCRATS had 6 years to tweak it as problems arose if they really wanted to keep it but they just let it be.

Come on, Joker. I agree with you that the ACA desperately needed tweaking, but the GOP had the nickname "Party of No" for a reason. They were the ones who walked away after negotiating tons of compromises with the Democrats.

Anyway, in my opinion a for profit healthcare system like ours is simply inhumane. Especially since big pharma is sheltered from competition and can charge what they want. Same goes for healthcare providers and insurers who are simply out of control. This one is now on the Republicans. Let's see what they'll deliver.
johnny reb 20 | 4,143
6 May 2017 #306
To get back on topic again.......(rolling eyes with a sigh)......
I see that Macron's campaign e-mails got hacked.
I bet the Russians did it.
TicTacToe
6 May 2017 #307
Maybe his side did it to make it look like Le Pen was favoured by the Russians.
It's laughable all this so called Russian interference in elections, you think you have to go all the way to Russia to find someone who dislikes Macron or Le Pen with the abilities to hack servers and release documents and photos onto the web? No you don't, but it makes the other look controlled and bad.

Anyway Poland suffers no matter who gets in !.
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #308
I bet the Russians did it.

They're certainly spreading it over twitter, with Russian language coding already found in their fake accounts.

Maybe his side did it to make it look like Le Pen was favoured by the Russians.

Don't be silly. 'His side' didn't release their own files. And Le Pen is certainly favoured by Russia which has financed her capmpaign.

It's laughable all this so called Russian interference in elections,

Very far indeed from 'laughable'. The opposite even.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 May 2017 #309
Like with the resignation-inducing hack of America's leftist globalist Democratic National Committee last year, Macron's emails must contain some pretty damaging stuff. And what is now textbook fashion he too is scapegoating the Russians in a desperate last minute move (literally) to delegitimize and draw the French voters' attention away from them.

Given his recent nasty caterwauling comments against Poland's democratically elected government (and in turn Poland's electorate) one would think that any would-be Russian hacker would be doing everything to help Macron win. Indeed, he is no friend of Poland and this explains why non-Poles on PF have been cheerleading for him on the sidelines.
TicTacToe
6 May 2017 #310
Twitter, lol. Jon come on !!.

I've seen them, a few comments about drugs in there nothing special though. A few stupid pics of him and his nan together, kissing !. Could you imagine if Nigel Farage had married his student, the cries of pedo would be strong in the left.

It's isn't the Russians, they wouldn't waste their time releasing something so pointless, I'd say some proEU nut job with bad taste, why Macron himself probably did it.
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #311
It's isn't the Russians

It's been confirmed now.

"Vitali Kremez, director of research with New York-based cyber intelligence firm Flashpoint, told Reuters his review indicates that APT 28, a group tied to the GRU, the Russian military intelligence directorate, was behind the leak. He cited similarities with U.S. election hacks that have been previously attributed to that group.

APT28 last month registered decoy internet addresses to mimic the name of En Marche, which it likely used send tainted emails to hack into the campaign's computers, Kremez said. Those domains include onedrive-en-marche.fr and mail-en-marche.fr."

reuters.com/article/us-france-election-macron-leaks-idUSKBN1812AZ

Macron is better for Poland and Europe, Le Pen for Russia.
NoToForeigners 7 | 1,044
6 May 2017 #312
Because the leftist media you read and link said so? Ahahahahahaahhahaa
johnny reb 20 | 4,143
6 May 2017 #313
a few comments about drugs in there nothing special though.

Really, I have seen them too.
The unidentified hackers accessed staffers' personal and professional emails and leaked campaign finance material and contracts as well as fake decoy documents.......online.
Just a touch more then you have described.
Rather embarrassing to air his dirty laundry for the public to see which hopefully sways enough votes away from him.
Personally I would like to see Nationalism stopped in it's tracks with Macron's and Merkel's game of being able to control Poland and the rest of the EU.

We did it in the election in the U.S. so there is no reason why the French can't do it either.
LePen is much more of a friend to Poland then Nationalist Rothschildist Macron.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 May 2017 #314
Macron would be a nightmare of Poland.

Macron Threatens Poland with Future Sanctions over Refusal to Take in Migrants

Poland's government reacted angrily with Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski calling Macron's comments "unacceptable". According to the foreign minister, Macron had "violated European standards and the principles of friendship with Poland".

Source: breitbart.com/london/2017/04/30/macron-threatens-poland-future-sanctions-refusal-take-migrants
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #315
Breitbart? Oh dear. Next you'll be linking to 4chan or Russia Today.

Macron would actually be great for Poland. Another foil against the Putin, Orban, Kaczynski, Erdogan axis of amorality. Le Pen however would restrict the right of Poles to live, work and invest in France.

Fortunately the people's choice, the independent Emmanuel Macron, is still riding high in the polls. Currently 63% to the extremist Le Pen's 37%.
Wulkan - | 3,251
6 May 2017 #316
Breitbart? Oh dear.

Still better than CNN
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 May 2017 #317
Poles would respect NATIVE citizens of France having rights to live and work and invest in their homeland over others. No Pole would recognize as fair the right to reside and work in France be extended to effectively mere handfuls of Poles in exchange for millions of third worlders being dumped off in Poland.
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #318
I doubt there's any legal way Kaczynski, Orban etc could discriminate between a French citizen who was born in France (regardless of skin colour) and a French citizen who wasn't.

Le Pen would doubtless equally fail under the law.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 May 2017 #319
French citizen

French citizens have the right now to reside and work in Poland. But that is not what the issue of Macron's sanction threat is about. It's the unsustainable, irreversibly damaging importation of million of migrants now flooding into the EU from Africa and the Middle East on Merkel's invitation so she can garner a Nobel prize for herself.
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #320
million of migrants

There are millions of migrants in Europe already, just as there are in your own country. Even if Le Pen won (and she won't), it wouldn't have the slightest effect. She would however cause huge problems for Poland and Poles.

When you're a grown-up, come to Europe and see how things work day-to-day here.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 May 2017 #321
Le Pen supports deportation of migrants. Macron supports resettlement of migrants particularly into Poland under penalty of sanctions.

These are images of migrant life in France today and Macron's promise and your wish to have in Poland tomorrow:


johnny reb 20 | 4,143
6 May 2017 #322
The unidentified hackers accessed staffers' personal and professional emails and leaked campaign finance material and contracts as well as fake decoy documents.......online.

Hopefully the French news media's publish the leaked e-mails so the people know who they are voting for.
I would be most interested in the amount of campaign contributions for Macron came from the private interest Rothschild's Bilderburg group.
You can bet it was many many millions more then LePen received from the Russians.
Poland will suffer severely if Emmanuel wins and the Polish know it.
Ironside 49 | 10,010
6 May 2017 #323
Macron is the some old commie French establishments. The only difference between him and that " insert suitable expletive" Holland is that one of them prefer older women while the other younger, doesn't really matter which is which, degenerates both. Bankster and neo-Marxists plutocracy phew!

Lucky French people know it too. Hopefully they are not brainwashed to the extend of being suicidal and won't vote Macron.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,574
6 May 2017 #324
Oh but they will, and France is going to be in a more of a mess than it is now, Good job Brexit is comming up Macron will be able to use the Brits as an excuse for all the bad news that is comming Frances way.

Between the Terrorists and trade unions that place is going to catch fire.

At least he will be busy and might not have time to side swipe Poland in the future.

Sac de merde, temps pour popercorn
Ironside 49 | 10,010
6 May 2017 #325
I think Le Pen can win this election.
johnny reb 20 | 4,143
6 May 2017 #326
Sure she can, why would you think otherwise.
The Liberal Left news media polls are the only ones promoting otherwise.
I don't see Poland wanting a 'One World Order' in the future with the Rothschildists & Bilderbergs running the show.
Le Pen is Poland's best friend compared to her bankster rival.
I wonder who InPolska will be voting for ? :-/
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #327
Latest polling figures, the independent Emmanuel Macron 63%, the establishment and Putin,s choice Le Pen, 38%.
johnny reb 20 | 4,143
6 May 2017 #328
Your bias polls are not votes.
Votes are what win an election.
jon357 63 | 14,255
6 May 2017 #329
And bookmakers are even more sure. I suspect those here who like to think the establishment's extremist Putinist candidate Le Pen has a chance might not like to risk money on it, despite the high return if she won: oddschecker.com/politics/european-politics/french-election/next-president
Wulkan - | 3,251
6 May 2017 #330
There was same situation with Trump but France seem to be too much in a zombie state to choose Le Pen, anyway it's a good news for the feminists, France will be ruled by a woman, it will be either Le Pen or Merkel. Monday I'm gonna laugh at my French college, he gets panic attack every time I mention Macron's name :-)


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