If Nicolas Sarkozy Loses French Presidency, Is Turkey The Winner?

Apr 28, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Groong

IF NICOLAS SARKOZY LOSES FRENCH PRESIDENCY, IS TURKEY THE WINNER? The National April 24, 2012 Tuesday UAE Nicolas Sarkozy, the France president, is trailing Francois Hollande, the socialist candidate after the first round of elections.

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Gogo-Sarkozy will lose the presidential election, not even the <pseudo>500000 armo voter could save his ass hehehehehehe....tout est bien qui finit bien!

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-sMNfRQUPToE/TvzzqHY...
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provocare- wrote:
Gogo-Sarkozy will lose the presidential election, not even the <pseudo>500000 armo voter could save his ass hehehehehehe....tout est bien qui finit bien!
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-sMNfRQUPToE/TvzzqHY...
It looks that way, doesn't it?

Unless there is a massive a massive reversal of intentions, the French voters will spectacularly sack Sarko.

Let's face it, that dwarf has used is mandate to upset everybody.
He will also leave France in a mess.

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ronan wrote:
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It looks that way, doesn't it?
Unless there is a massive a massive reversal of intentions, the French voters will spectacularly sack Sarko.
Let's face it, that dwarf has used is mandate to upset everybody.
He will also leave France in a mess.
And you can add a totally shattered right with the UMP on the brink of implosion to the damage..
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France is winner, if he would lose. Sarkozy has ruined France.

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No matter who wins .... The main problem in France is Islam! Sarkozy or not ...
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No matter who wins .... The main problem in France is Islam! Sarkozy or not ...
Islam is a problem,only for you.

France has given back long time ago the land it had stolen from the Arabs.

Why can't you do the same?
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I don't know if Turkey is the winner or not, but one thing I know for sure. Armenians lose big time.
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yep wrote:
I don't know if Turkey is the winner or not, but one thing I know for sure. Armenians lose big time.
Ya sure. Thats why you are such a great member of EU, also referred to zorrrrrrrrt. EU member.
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If Sarkozy looses hopefully French presidency, it will be big win for France and majority of people, who live in France.

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European wrote:
<quoted text> Ya sure. Thats why you are such a great member of EU, also referred to zorrrrrrrrt. EU member.
Europa = failure!
10-15 years later, EU gonna be a zoooorrrtt union.

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as your zoorrrrtt country whoremania.please stop sending your women in our&#65279; country!
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Alparslan wrote:
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Europa = failure!
10-15 years later, EU gonna be a zoooorrrtt union.
Europe will fail because of the ambition of some politicians.

It is quite clear than Germany and France have used the current economic crisis to get more influence in other countries economic policies, as a step to more integration.

Europe was never intended as a union dominated by 2 countries. It was meant to be an economic free zone.

I predict that after the recent events, countries like Greece, Spain, Holland will revalue their participation and try to reverse the integration.

The EU is already gone too far. As for the common currency, the Euro, that is a complete disaster.

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ronan wrote:
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Europe will fail because of the ambition of some politicians.
It is quite clear than Germany and France have used the current economic crisis to get more influence in other countries economic policies, as a step to more integration.
Europe was never intended as a union dominated by 2 countries. It was meant to be an economic free zone.
I predict that after the recent events, countries like Greece, Spain, Holland will revalue their participation and try to reverse the integration.
The EU is already gone too far. As for the common currency, the Euro, that is a complete disaster.
Europa cannot compete with Asian countires n other developing countries.Europe's population is getting older. the labor force is very expensive in Europe.And EU's debts are so large.
for example European automakers sold about 32000 cars in South Korea in 2010, while South Korea exported over 400000 vehicles to Europe the same period.
EU has has no chance to compete.Now Bangladesh, Mexico, indonesia,brasilia and others will join the competition.
more influence is not so big problem.but i think recession in Europe will be very big problem.

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ronan wrote:
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Europe will fail because of the ambition of some politicians.
It is quite clear than Germany and France have used the current economic crisis to get more influence in other countries economic policies, as a step to more integration.
Europe was never intended as a union dominated by 2 countries. It was meant to be an economic free zone.
I predict that after the recent events, countries like Greece, Spain, Holland will revalue their participation and try to reverse the integration.
The EU is already gone too far. As for the common currency, the Euro, that is a complete disaster.
Germany were playing a game.the Greek crisis had caused the Euro to fall.so Germany's exports grew faster than any of the other countries.
but! after a period of time ,goverments can't control Euro crisis!it's unfortunately not possible everytime :)

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bye bye Sarkozy :))))

Sarkozy say "Je porte la responsabilité de cette défaite" Yes babe, don't mess with turks...!
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Congratulations to François Hollande on the big Victory!!!!!!!!!!

I have always thought that Socialism was better than Capatalism, Fascism or Communism. Also, we have noticed that Nicolas Sarkozy is better looking than François Hollande and that the French people are doing well. I have found some of the French women are very attractive and congratulate them on working that hard to look that good.

Does France plan to make changes with their ministers and diplomats?
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The ShiteSackSarkozy already lost..Holander is no better on the armenian issue.after all his interest lies with french voters.in short we expect nothing different from any frog!
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CANNONBALLER wrote:
Holander is no better on the armenian issue.after all his interest lies with french voters.
What do you expect?

Who has elected the new French president?

French or Armenian voters?
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A change in government, doesn't mean the politics and even fiscal policy probably will alter that much. The names will change but not the system. But then that will only work to the hard right's advantage. Le Pen's great selling point, as with her fellow nationalists across Europe, is that the old politics is failing the country. The worst thing about the vote she scored last weekend was that the traditional parties seem so unable to provide an answer to it.

Sarkozys loss and Holander's win play right into Le Pens hands. Her short-term dream is to become the chief of the French opposition under a leftist president. Le Pen herself told her supporters NOT to vote for Sarkozy and she has said she sees her role as undermining the traditional right so she can eventually embody it:“You only need to be a spoiler to have an enormous weight,” she said.“This victory is inevitable, like that of others in Europe who defend the nation.”As Erwan Lecoeur, a sociologist who studies the far right, has recently said:“Europe today is a dry prairie waiting for someone to light a match."
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ronan wrote:
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What do you expect?
Who has elected the new French president?
French or Armenian voters?
You must be another "BASTARD" who did not vote for BORIS!!!
Not as easy as lynching his gand father Ali KEMAL, is it?

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