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France’s Le Pen Promises to Withdraw from EU and NATO if Elected

I’d like to be able to say France withdrawing from the EU is a potential downside catalyst for stocks. However, these days nothing matters. Stocks would go up if nuclear war was initiated wordwide. There’s literally nothing that can stop stocks from heading higher.

But in the event you’re still nostalgic about news, France’s Le Pen wants stronger ties with Moscow, out of the EU and NATO — in an effort to make France great again.

She said NATO exists only ‘to serve Washington’s objectives’ and that “it was established when there was a risk from the Warsaw Pact and the expansionism of the communist Soviet Union.’ She furthered, ‘the Soviet Union no longer exists, and neither does the Warsaw Pact. Washington maintains the NATO presence to serve its objectives in Europe.’

On the topic of the EU, Le Pen wants out, saying “the people must have the opportunity to vote for the liberation from slavery and blackmail imposed by technocrats in Brussels to return sovereignty to the country.”

Moreover, she also suggested Portugal, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Greece and Cyprus should leave too — leaving a very cucked Germany by themselves holding their small balls.

As for the topic of refugees and immigration, she wants to send them, the fuck, back.

“I am against the policy which would promote the entry of immigrants into Europe, which cannot accept them … this tsunami of migrants should be limited. Europe does not have the power to ensure they all find work and opportunities to enrich themselves. Immigrants are illegal since once they set foot on European soil … they have violated the law. They must be sent back to their homeland.

If she wins, the EU is over.

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20 comments

  1. vandamme

    Crazy ass bitch.

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  2. ironbird

    There is something about these strong European women. Missing link shit.

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  3. dcolella15

    The whole world is being red pilled as we speak. It is the awakening we need in order for our race to continue. Would you say Donald J Trump started this? Or One Nigel Farage?

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    • it is showtime

      Establishment getting Pillaged (well not yet). Why stocks magically stay up. One of the mechanisms their control is still omnipresent. (as i contended, only gains substantiation) Stretching the rubberband

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  4. soupbone

    Management by committee, such as in the EU is crippled from the starting gate. Can’t win and will certainly create huge damage. There is a new Trump ‘contrast’ style coming that does not have committees.

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  5. frog

    This is one thing I do agree on– that the EU does not make a lot of sense. There are organizations of countries where they help each other to pursue their common interests, and that works out. But the EU does not appear to be that way.

    As far as NATO, well nations that want to be in it, should. Nations that don’t want to, should not. Everyone nation should be free to choose what its people want and can benefit from.

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    • bob smith

      The problem is that you have to pay to be a member of the club (NATO) and many countries won’t cough up their share until the head-choppers come to their neighborhood and guess who they come crying to then?

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      • moosh

        Bob has it right. Enter 24/7/365 polics frog.

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        • frog

          Well, at least I am not bashing those who disagree with me and calling them names 24/7/365. I do spend time thinking about political problems and possible solutions. That seems more constructive to me than insulting people.

          I guess if nations are members of NATO but do not pay their share until the head choppers come to their neighborhood, then a decision has to be made whether NATO will intervene on their behalf or not. Their reasons for not paying, and the dangers to them and to others in their region would need to be considered.

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        • bob smith

          It’s not just money these delinquent countries are not coughing up (yes, I’m talking to you France and Germany). As a member of NATO, countries commit military personnel who risk and lose their lives protecting foreigners. If you opt out of NATO, you save your country’s money and the lives of your soldiers. Why should the US have to carry the bulk of this burden?

          Trump is going to put an end to that freeloading.

          https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2016/03/30/trumps-claim-that-the-u-s-pays-the-lions-share-for-nato/?utm_term=.043e4fa7787e

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  6. 12jc

    So Le Pen says: ‘NATO was established when there was a risk from the Warsaw Pact and the expansionism of the communist Soviet Union.’ She furthered, ‘the Soviet Union no longer exists, and neither does the Warsaw Pact.’
    Like it or not she is correct on this. So what exactly is the purpose of NATO at this time and in NATO’s current form?

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    • mensch

      NATO is there to dominate Russia and ensure US/European hegemony in the Middle East for access to cheap energy. Just look at where they bomb: Serbia, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan. Would be Syria too if HRC had taken the Iron Throne.

      NATO no longer serves its original mission to be sure, but powerful organizations have a way of perpetuating themselves.

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      • it is showtime

        I think a little bigger than oil. Bigger themes. Oil always gets the nod, Bush Iraq probably wasn’t as oil related as thought

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      • frog

        Even though there is no USSR any more, expansionism by Russia has not become impossible. Some nations may still think they need protection against that. Up to them to be in NATO or not, depending on whether they think they do need it or not.

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  7. cancel19

    Le Pen has a point. Plain and simple.

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