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Which French candidate for president will be best for Poland?


jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #211
France is being destroyed by them.

The French don't think so.

"the French don't want her."

The polls in France are remarkably consistent and reliable. She will lose by a big margin.

best for France and Europe

Macron. The French voters strongly favour this. It's a shame in a way that it's between an ultra-right winger whose part was founded by ex-Nazis and the relatively conservative Macron, rather than someone more committed to the Workers controlling the means of production.
Joker 1 | 1,333
3 May 2017 #212
I forgot to mention that it is also the most visited tourist destination in the world.

The US State Department issued a Terrorist warning today for Americans traveling to Europe. I don't know what percentage we are to the European tourism industry, but this surely will have an impact on Americans visiting France this summer.

travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings/Europe.html

Not bad, really.

Not good, really.

According to your polls over 40% want her so how can you say that "the French don't want her."

Its the same lefty rhetoric we heard during our election...lol
TheOther 6 | 3,999
3 May 2017 #213
the best strategy would be to get the entire EU on board with reinforcing our external borders and collectively deporting people

I agree with you on strict border controls, although it might be too late for Europe already. After two years the Geneva Convention kicks in, and then refugees are eligible to reunite with their families. I heard from friends in Germany, that they had to let an additional 70,000 people in already under that set of rules. Now imagine 2 million refugees/ economic migrants claiming to be refugees with an average of probably 10 family members or more waiting in the Middle East and Africa. That's where the real problems start. Add to that Erdogan's 5th column in the EU, and you have a recipe for desaster.

The sad part in all this is that real refugees who deserve to be granted temporary asylum will be the ones who suffer and pay the price.
nothanks - | 640
3 May 2017 #214
^ At that point I would rather live in the USA than Western Europe. W.E. will no longer have the advantage of safety & culture and USA will always have the upper hand on job earnings. No change in my plans to return to Poland and start a family anyway, I work in I.T. so even EU breakup or sanctions won't discourage me (and if so I'll return to California).

Honestly if these nations couldn't even withstand 75 years of cultural marxism, then they were always destined to be replaced anyway. Just makes Poland look better you could selfishly view.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,795
3 May 2017 #215
And with speculating whether or not the Putinists have a hand in those, somewhere down the line.

It's now becoming very, very clear that Russian tactics are working. They've got a firm hold in Hungary, they (along with their puppet Assange) had a role in the US elections and in Brexit and they're heavily influencing the French election. Europe simply isn't prepared for this onslaught, and if Le Pen wins, Russia will almost certainly see 30 million dollars as a good investment for buying off countries.

What's disturbing is the way that our American friends here see Yalta 2 as being perfectly acceptable. By openly calling for a Le Pen victory, they're as good as leaving Poland to the Russians.
nothanks - | 640
3 May 2017 #216
I rather live under Iron Curtain again than Muslim governed & African populated EU
NoToForeigners 7 | 1,044
3 May 2017 #217
@nothanks
This is what will happen soon in Christian countries if they remain governed by the leftist scum. Mad TV were prophets.

youtube.com/watch?v=u31Irv80eqQ
Joker 1 | 1,333
3 May 2017 #218
What's disturbing is the way that our American friends here

What`s really disturbing is...... You're posting here about France at 5:00 in the morning....lol

Is this what you do all day long, you must have a very boring life!
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #219
they (along with their puppet Assange) had a role in the US elections and in Brexit and they're heavily influencing the French election

The extent of this is becoming clearer and clearer - sooner or later this one will really blow up. The French in particular won't let that one lie. If Macron wins there will be years of lawsuits. If Le Pen won, the situation would come to a head even quicker. Either way, we can expect all the funding details to come out as well as all the dirt on Trump and his cronies.

What's disturbing is the way that our American friends here see Yalta 2 as being perfectly acceptable.

It's something remote and abstract for them. Some couldn't find Poland (or France) on a map.
Crow 137 | 7,858
3 May 2017 #220
When one think about France, one have to put cross on himself, fast and several times and, say few suitable prayers. Then, to spit on the ground and to move from where he stands.
johnny reb 20 | 4,141
3 May 2017 #221
as well as all the dirt on Trump and his cronies.

Well we have already seen the dirt come out on Crooked Hillary and her cronies haven't we now.
Some of them will be going to prison as she should for the felonies that she committed.

Some couldn't find Poland (or France) on a map.

Yet another insult to America.
There are Europeans that could not find America on the map so what is your point besides insulting Americans ?
This thread is about France so let's keep it there and lose your insecurities and insults towards America.
Tonight on T.V. will be a key debate between our hopeful Ms. Le Pen and her competition.
She should gain even more ground after it in the bias polls that are being used here to sway voters.
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #222
hopeful Ms. Le Pen

A vain hope.

the bias polls t

French polling has always been consistent and accurate.
johnny reb 20 | 4,141
3 May 2017 #223
Le Pen has accused Macron of being a puppet of the world of finance and Islamic fundamentalists.
That pretty well covers it.
She also disputes Macron's argument that he represents change, calling him a lapdog of unpopular outgoing President Hollande.
She called Macron the candidate of 'the caviar left' and 'moralizing snobbery' and warned that his pro business policies wouldn't create jobs but send them abroad and leave French workers hungry.

Le Pen is the answer to give France back to it's people.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,795
3 May 2017 #224
Le Pen has accused Macron of being a puppet

Compared to Le Pen, who is a Russian puppet and owes her position to a huge Russian loan?

Le Pen is the answer to give France to Russia.

There, fixed that for you.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,795
3 May 2017 #225
Just to reinforce what the Americans are saying about Russia - independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/russia-james-comey-hearing-putin-greatest-threat-any-nation-earth-a7716016.html

FBI Director James Comey says that Russia is the "greatest threat of any nation on Earth, given their intent and capability."

Let us remind Poland that Le Pen's campaign has been funded with Russian cash and she has pledged to eliminate sanctions against Russia. Our American allies are certainly well aware of the dangers posed by Le Pen.
Crow 137 | 7,858
3 May 2017 #226
Just to reinforce what the Americans are saying about Russia

Americans? you mean, non-Slavs?

What does it matter.

delphe, why do you, of all people, communicate on this level? Why? What you know? What we all know? Who knows whom Russia or anybody support in France? Don`t serve as megaphone of mainstream media of part of the Anglo-Franco-Germanic political and financial circles? Why would you do that? Why would you feed Poles with it?

We Serbians see things differently. We need peace between Poland and Russia. We need it, desperately. We believe that peace between Poland and Russia can bring great money to us, stabilize old wealth flow that was earlier in history forcible redirected on the west of Europe. See, there would be then enough money for Poles, too. Believe me. For all our children.

So, please delphe, don`t disrupt Serbian plans. Will you be so kind? Thank you.
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #227
Le Pen's campaign has been funded with Russian cash

The French certainly know this.
Crow 137 | 7,858
3 May 2017 #228
The French certainly know this? White or Black French? or maybe Gray? Mixed?

The French. Trt.

ahahaah hahahah hahahhaha hahahaha

Please, this isn`t kindergarten. Let us talk seriously
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #229
White or Black French? or maybe Gray? Mixed?

The French. Anything else is a detail.
Crow 137 | 7,858
3 May 2017 #230
`Detail` is the mother of all f***-up`s.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 May 2017 #231
23.7%

Close to 24% youth unemployment is a catastrophe! What's wrong with those Frogs?!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,795
3 May 2017 #232
Interesting point from tonight's debate: Le Pen has voted against every single measure proposed to fight terrorism in the European Parliament.

Why would she vote against measures to tackle terrorism?
Crow 137 | 7,858
3 May 2017 #233
She embraced Nazi-Islam or she believes that EU embraced Nazi-Islam what makes every EU anti-terrorist action false. Or, both.
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #234
tonight's debate:

He absolutely crushed her, didn't he.
Ironside 49 | 10,010
3 May 2017 #235
Sad day that some mentally disturbed plutocrat won in France. Luckily in France a president can talk and that about it. What dumb dick picking on Poland. All those Frenchie state leeches in Poland can go back to France - like tele-something.
johnny reb 20 | 4,141
3 May 2017 #236
He absolutely crushed her, didn't he.

Quite the opposite jon as far as Poland is concerned.
His name is now mud with Poland after his remarks about Kaczynski and Putin being on the same team.
Poland protested after Macron named its most powerful politician alongside Putin as the leaders of 'regimes' allied with his far right opponent Le Pen.
The perceived slur against Kaczynski follows comments from Macron last week that, if elected, he would urge the European Union to impose sanctions on Poland for violating democratic norms.

Which French candidate will be best for Poland, Poland knows the answer is Ms. Le Pen despite what you ex-pats propaganda living in Poland are trying to promote here on the P.F..
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #237
His name is now mud with Poland

With KaczyƄski's party maybe. For the man in the street he was stating an uncomfortable truth.

his far right opponent Le Pen.

Is headed for defeat.
Bieganski 17 | 901
3 May 2017 #238
Is headed for defeat.

Same thing was said about PiS. Same thing was said about Trump. Same thing was said about Brexit not happening.

Here's a very telling headline from only two days ago:

Macron PLUMMETS in the polls as Marine Le Pen enjoys boost a WEEK AWAY from election vote

Source: express.co.uk/news/world/798621/Marine-Le-Pen-Emmanuel-Macron-French-election-Nicolas-Dupont-Aignan-Robert-Menard

As usual you're on the wrong side of history. The average man, and woman, and voting age young person in the street are absolutely fed up with the arrogant Left.
jon357 63 | 14,255
3 May 2017 #239
French polling and elections, Bieggers, are rather more predictable and reliable than you may be used to and than the Daily Express would wish.
TheOther 6 | 3,999
4 May 2017 #240
Which French candidate will be best for Poland, Poland knows the answer is Ms. Le Pen despite what you ex-pats propaganda living in Poland are trying to promote here on the P.F..

That's naive at best. Just think about what could happen if Le Pen really wins.

1. France leaves the EU
2. The EU breaks apart
3. Poland immediately loses all financial support that it enjoys at the moment
4. Millions of Poles who are now entitled to live and work in other EU countries will have to return home
5. Foreign corporations will leave Poland because there's no advantage for them anymore to manufacture or provide services over there
6. Countries will have to negotiate bilateral trade agreements again from then on. What does Poland have to offer that is competitive on the world market and creates enough domestic jobs?

On top of that, Europe will most likely return to pre WW2 style nationalism - and we all know where that can lead to. All our right wingers here should keep in mind that there are only three parties which profit from an EU breakup: the USA, Russia and the U.K. . Pesky competitor and potential global player eliminated, back to the good old days when the US and USSR ruled supreme. Divide and conquer - and that's supposed to be positive for Poland?


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