In search of a nationalist majority

Posted by Guessedworker on Friday, 21 April 2017 07:19.

Marine Le Pen on BBC’s Hard Talk

The details hardly matter any more.  The life lost this time is that of a Parisian traffic policeman.  Two others seriously wounded.  These and the others in Paris and in London, Nice, Berlin, Brussels, Glasgow, Madrid, St Petersburg, Stockholm ... are robbed by their death or by their suffering not only of the simple, righteous expectation of a quiet and well-lived life but of their particularity.  They become mere victims of this troubling, hating thing “Islamic terror”.  They are not nameless exactly, but it is their victimhood not their name which matters now.  Their histories, their pictures, the pictures of their wives and children, the crowds and candles and flowers placed at the scene, the flag-draped coffins ... all this becomes an object of the national memory, elided into one by its sheer repetition, packed away, yes, as a burning moral cause, but one building up so slowly, awaiting the day so patiently, that day may never come.

That is why the political Establishment can continue to react quite differently to the mass of the people as each outrage washes over their consciousness.  The ritual condemnation is there, of course.  It has to be.  The masses look to politicians for that.  But the politicians’ obsession with the non-white immigrant and his religious attachments survives.  The priests’ too.  And not only that, it takes precedence over everything else.  The Race Project ... the drive for The Globality on Europe’s soil ... must go on, whatever the cost.  After all, the masses have short memories and really no understanding at all of how things are, have to be, and will always be.  For them.  So it’s perfectly safe to tell them that the perpetrators are “lone wolves”, or that they have psychological problems.  Tell them none of this is about Islam.  Tell them it is the religion of peace.  It doesn’t matter whether anyone really believes it.  Just tell them.  Tell them something like “the terrorists will never divide us”.  And never forget you can hit the “white extremism” button whenever the utterly obvious, inconvenient truth just can’t be avoided any longer.  It’s impossible to smear too much shit and lies in their face.  They are the enemy and that’s what they get for being stupid and racist.  That’s what they get for trusting us.  So they deserve it.  Actually, it’s a joke .... a real joke ... how easy it is to control them ... fill them with guilt ... fill them with hate ... fill them with fear ... herd them into the voting booths ... anything!

Well, on Sunday “they” will vote in the French presidential election.  All the polling has suggested that Marine Le Pen can progress into the second round of voting, which will take place on 7th May; but whover she meets will beat her by 20 points or more for reasons we have seen before.  Zerohedge ran a piece yesterday bringing the various second round scenarios together, based on the most recent polling:

● Macron-Le Pen (63%/37%, Ipsos poll April 14): The most plausible. The 2 candidates have led the polls for a few months. This scenario would come with no surprise on the financial markets, which have already integrated it.

● Melenchon-Le Pen (60%/40%): The most feared. Risk is not fully priced, so it would come as a bomb on markets. Choose between the devil and the deep blue sea.

● Macron-Fillon (64%/36%): The most welcome. This would give much appeasement with both Le Pen and Melenchon moved away.

● Melenchon-Fillon (60%/40%): The most surprising. Fillon was not even favorite in the right party primary elections (Juppe was), Melenchon got 11% in 1st Round in 2012 Presidential, but French people know how an outsider can surprise (2002 elections, Le Pen (father) passing in 2nd Round)...

● Fillon-Le Pen (56%/44%): The most at right. With huge abstention expected from left voters in this scenario, financial markets would not exclude a Le Pen win.

● Macron-Melenchon (55%/45%): The most erratic. It would be feared that Le Pen voters slide towards Melenchon.

So the lightweight elitist, the failed fraud, and the communist dynosaur all win against Le Pen!  There have been some press articles speculating that a low turnout and a terror attack might give Le Pen a better chance.  But a low turnout is most unlikely, given the huge public participation in the campaigning period.  Mélenchon drew a crowd of 70,000 people to one of his rallies.  Macron, too, has been pulling large crowds.  The turnout for Sunday looks set to be 80% or higher; which means that nationalists would be wise to anticipate an honourable defeat.  Of course I hope I am wrong.  I hope I am back here in May making the lowest of low bows.  But as of today I think it’s inevitable, given the present state of public discourse and the power of conventional thinking, that this election will continue the frustrations of the past.  One suspects that Le Pen’s late return to campaigning to her core supporters on her core issues of immigration, Islam and terrorism demonstrates that the attempt to speak on other issues, centred on her rejection of the EU and the euro, was misconceived and has made it more difficult, not less, to attract support from the centre ground.  The French remain loyal to the ideal of European union.

However, I believe it is safe to assume, after yesterday’s attack, that Le Pen will make the second round.  Anything over 40% in that will be good ... a sound platform for 2022 (assuming her niece does not succeed to the party leadership in the interim).  That was her roadmap to the presidency anyway - 2017 is part of her 2022 campaign.

But there is also the forthcoming French legislative election to consider.  That vote takes place on June 11th and 18th, and again the two-part process makes life very difficult for Front National candidates.  There are currently only two FN deputies in the 577-member National Assembly.  A failure to make a significant advance in both the presidential and legislative elections would seriously call into question the whole strategy of using electoral means to advance the interests of the ethnic French.  Nationalism must advance.  It is greater than electoral politics per se.  It is greater than FN.  Everywhere in Europe nationalists are still at first base electorally, regardless of the popular support they have garnered.  Unless it is over 50%, the lightweight elitist, the failed fraud, or the communist dynosaur will always win.

Setting aside the UK parliamentary election on June 8th, the next real opportunity for nationalists is the Austrian legislative election which has to be held before January 2018.  Then it’s on to Italy in May and Sweden in September, always in search of that majority vote for the life of our race.  One feels that if it comes around to France again, and another failure in 2022, a different way of doing things will be a subject of widespread debate.



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Posted by Guessedworker on Fri, 21 Apr 2017 14:20 | #

Campaigning continues by megaphone ...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/20/paris-police-close-part-city-centre-amid-reports-officers-shot/

Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen called for France to instantly reinstate border checks and expel foreigners who are on the watch lists of intelligence services on Friday, in the wake of the Paris terror attack.

It came as questions were raised as anger rose about how the suspected Champs-Elysées gunman, Karim Cheurfi, came to be released after being questioned in February over threats to kill police officers.

The Front National leader was not the only one to issue stern pledges on the final day of campaigning ahead of Sunday’s closely-fought first round vote, in which she and centrist Emmanuel Macron are polling as frontrunners.

François Fillon, the conservative candidate who also has a tough discourse on security, said the fight against “Islamist totalitarianism” should be the priority of France’s next president.

Macron only needs to yield a couple of points to Fillon, and he’s out.


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Posted by Sergg on Fri, 21 Apr 2017 17:53 | #

You guys may be interested in reading the following linked articles:-

http://alliance-for-peace-and-freedom.com/2016/03/the-zionist-takeover-of-european-nationalism-and-the-mohammad-cartoons-plot/

It’s written by Nick Griffin, formerly of the BNP so one needs to keep an open mind but it is interesting that so many of these false counter jihad groups, especially the American ones, are seemingly acting as fronts for policy makers, NGOs and lobbyists whose principal goal is fomenting further warfare in the Middle East which impacts, as it is intended to do, so destructively upon European nations and their peoples. I recognise many of the organisations and blogsites and personages, as I’m sure you will also.


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Posted by Captainchaos on Fri, 21 Apr 2017 19:40 | #

Sergg, did you know that Nick Griffin used to take it up the ass from Martin Webster? Lulz


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Posted by Serg on Sat, 22 Apr 2017 10:40 | #

Marion le pen Biological father was a Mossad agent.

http://www.europe-israel.org/2015/02/revelations-le-pere-de-marion-marechal-le-pen-etait-un-agent-du-mossad/


Samuel marshal, marion le pen creation Father , was a Fn senior member , he divorced the mother of marion le pen in the middle of the decade 2000 .Currently married to the niece of the president of the ivory coast


http://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Maréchal

Marion LePen, as well as its marine aunt, advocates assimilation (ie the rejection of Islam and the consequent feeling anti Zionist present in it) of the invaders in the free.

http://m.canalfrance.info/La-phrase-de-Marion-Marechal-Lepen-qui-continue-a-choquer-Je-suis-negrement-en-desaccord-avec-vous_a1668.html


this strategy of assimilation and the last nail in the coffin of Europe, and the Zionists kill two rabbits as a single stone because of a single time to exterminate the natives with miscegenation - preventing the creation of a future nationalist government that would obviously anti Semitic and is prevented from a population Muslim / anti Zionist become majority and has strength to elect a pro Palestinian and anti israel government.


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Posted by Patrick Le Brun's Bomb (((Shoah))) on Wed, 26 Apr 2017 23:15 | #

Patrick Le Brun talks about the French election.

Le Brun argues that just as Trump has been a godsend to the Alternative Right, so too had Red Ice been a godsend to them.

He has what he considers to be a bombshell that he intends to drop on the French elections, specifically on Macron. This was largely helped, he claims, by donations that he received by an appeal through (((The Daily Shoah at TRS))).

There is an implication that Macron will aid Iran in the process of selling-off France’s nuclear interests.

This is not to suggest that Macron is a better option than le Pen. However, there are dubious motives showing behind le Pen’s campaign just as there have been behind Trump’s, which need to be watched carefully from our ethno nationalist overview; to ward off the bum steers that (((alternative right))) is prone to take nationalism into.  DanielS


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Posted by Guessedworker on Sun, 07 May 2017 12:28 | #

Will the French vote for the economic devil they know?  The first exit poll - very early indeed - indicates a Macron win with between 60 and 63% of the vote.  There might be a question with shy Le Pen voters speaking to pollsters, and also shy spoilers of the ballot paper - who could total as much as a quarter of all voters cast.  Since the turnout is quite low, with a 26% abstention rate, the winning post could be as low as 28% of the total electorate, more likely 30%; which would be not much of an endorsement.

It looks bad for Marine, but it has always looked bad for Marine.  Good, in reality, is to keep Macron’s vote share below 60%.


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Posted by Guessedworker on Sun, 07 May 2017 14:49 | #

LES PROBLÈMES DES NATIONALISTES AVEC LA POLITIQUE ÉLECTORALE

1.The hard sell of nationalism’s relentlessly negative critique.

2. The narrow and local focus of the electorate, quite unsuited to understanding the grand existential, national and international questions which exercise nationalists.

3. Jobs and the economy above everything, stupid.

4. A relatively weak organisational and representative base and a lack of campaign funds.

5. The long decades of official demonisation of nationalists and nationalism.

6. The unchanging hostility of all the mainstream media, particularly the broadcast media.

7. The suggestibility of women voters when presented with a pretty-boy politician.

Etcetera.



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