Le Pen as President? France thinks th...

Le Pen as President? France thinks the unthinkable

There are 25 comments on the Yahoo! story from May 29, 2014, titled Le Pen as President? France thinks the unthinkable. In it, Yahoo! reports that:

The victory of France's far-right National Front in EU elections and the disarray of its two main parties has the French asking themselves an awkward question: could its leader Marine Le Pen be their next president? The answer for now is: "Probably not".

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la fouine

Denpasar, Indonesia

#2 May 30, 2014
Amen
Alexandre le Grand

Ródos, Greece

#3 Jun 2, 2014
She is the new Joan of Arc indeed.

She will make France a super power again. Thats why the Brits are trembling and they should.

~A~
rio

London, UK

#4 Jun 2, 2014
Alexandre le Grand wrote:
She is the new Joan of Arc indeed.
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Do you mean that she will be betrayed by her compatriots and delivered to the English to be burnt at the stake?

The English have nothing to fear from France then...
Alexandre le Grand

Corfu, Greece

#6 Jun 3, 2014
Storm Warning wrote:
we said hold elections, and rio was stoned and thought he heard that he could hold someones erection
yes, he is having a hard on as he writes this garbage. his thing is getting bigger...
rio

London, UK

#7 Jun 3, 2014
Alexandre le Grand wrote:
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his thing is getting bigger...
That's more that can be said about yours !!!
la fouine

Denpasar, Indonesia

#9 Jun 4, 2014
rio wrote:
The English have nothing to fear from France then...
the english and french have nothing to fear from each other. They should fear rio the arab caliph.
Alexandre le Grand

Corfu, Greece

#10 Jun 5, 2014
la fouine wrote:
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the english and french have nothing to fear from each other. They should fear rio the arab caliph.
He cannot respond, he went to the mosque. He will go again later on again.

Oh I am sure of that!!!

~A~
mike

UK

#12 Jun 16, 2014
Its great to see le pen gain support in france . the end is surely near for the corrupt mafia EU.
rio

London, UK

#13 Jun 19, 2014
Alexandre le Grand wrote:
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He cannot respond, he went to the mosque. He will go again later on again.
Oh I am sure of that!!!
~A~
No, I went on a trip for a few days.

Sorry I didn't ask for your permission.

Arcachon, Montpellier and Vichy are quite nice at this time of the year.
rio

London, UK

#14 Jun 19, 2014
mike wrote:
Its great to see le pen gain support in france . the end is surely near for the corrupt mafia EU.
I don't think Le Pen will bring France to leave the EU.

France is now resigned to Berlin domination and has accepted its role of German supporter in the EU. Outside the EU, France would be nothing.

Britain has more chance to leave the EU than France, IMHO.
alexandre

Corfu, Greece

#15 Jun 19, 2014
rio wrote:
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I don't think Le Pen will bring France to leave the EU.
France is now resigned to Berlin domination and has accepted its role of German supporter in the EU. Outside the EU, France would be nothing.
Britain has more chance to leave the EU than France, IMHO.
I dont mind if the Germans give us their police.. and their nationality laws.

I sure as hell don't mind!

Ich liebe Doitchland

~A~
rio

London, UK

#16 Jun 19, 2014
alexandre wrote:
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I dont mind if the Germans give us their police.. and their nationality laws.
I sure as hell don't mind!
Ich liebe Doitchland
~A~
It's typical of the French that they already surrender to German domination at the first opportunity. That seems to be your position.

So, you don't mind Germany dominating your economy, taking over your industries, dictating your laws, shaping your society, influencing your policies, reforming your traditions, etc...

It really makes one wonder why France resisted Germany 70 years ago, if the people are so keen to be its subjects.

Well, on this side of the Channel, we still value our independence and minimum interference from outside. Different mentality for sure ...

By the way, if you want to become a German, at least try to spell it properly; it's DEUTSCHLAND .
Monsieur Mouchoir

UK

#17 Jul 10, 2014
rio wrote:
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No, I went on a trip for a few days.
Sorry I didn't ask for your permission.
Arcachon, Montpellier and Vichy are quite nice at this time of the year.
Rio likes Vichy, it reminds him of his heroes, Hitler and the French collaborators.
alexandre

Ródos, Greece

#18 Jul 10, 2014
rio wrote:
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It's typical of the French that they already surrender to German domination at the first opportunity. That seems to be your position.
So, you don't mind Germany dominating your economy, taking over your industries, dictating your laws, shaping your society, influencing your policies, reforming your traditions, etc...
It really makes one wonder why France resisted Germany 70 years ago, if the people are so keen to be its subjects.
Well, on this side of the Channel, we still value our independence and minimum interference from outside. Different mentality for sure ...
By the way, if you want to become a German, at least try to spell it properly; it's DEUTSCHLAND .
France is a mess, as everybody can see today. We need Germany to restore order, to put things back in place, take care of some things in France...

~A~
Magyar 101

South Africa

#20 Jul 11, 2014
Klaus666.
Are you nuts?
Pity my ancestors under arpad, did not smack your people a little harder!
rio

Bromley, UK

#23 Jul 12, 2014
Monsieur Mouchoir wrote:
<quoted text>Rio likes Vichy,
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I like Vichy a lot in fact.

It's a quiet little town (25,000), with an affluent population, hardly any rif-raf, slightly quaint, clean, well administered and not too expensive.
It is frequented by rich spa visitors and has plenty of luxury shops.
Hardly any crime and ease of parking makes it one of my favourite halt when traveling North-South in France.
It's only 20 miles from the nearest motorway.

People are put off by the name and fail to visit that hidden secret in the heart of France.
Their loss !!!
rio

Bromley, UK

#24 Jul 12, 2014
alexandre wrote:
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France is a mess, as everybody can see today. We need Germany to restore order, to put things back in place, take care of some things in France...
~A~
Yeah, just surrender !!

That shouldn't be too hard ...
Jean Perverte

UK

#25 Jul 12, 2014
rio wrote:
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I like Vichy a lot in fact.
It's a quiet little town (25,000), with an affluent population, hardly any riff-raff except me, slightly quaint, clean, well administered and not too expensive.
It is frequented by rich pedophiles , and has plenty of young boys.
Hardly any crime and ease of parking makes it one of my favourite halt when traveling North-South in France.
It's only 20 miles from the nearest lavatory.
People are put off by the name and fail to visit that hidden secret in the heart of France.
Their loss !!!
you mean, there's no riff-raff until you arrive. does the Niquab ban affect the in-laws much?
rio

Bromley, UK

#26 Jul 12, 2014
Jean Perverte wrote:
<quoted text>you mean, there's no riff-raff until you arrive. does the Niquab ban affect the in-laws much?
Nobody in my family wears the niquab.
In fact, you could be seating next to my relatives or my wife without even guessing they are Arabs or Muslims.
It's the same for many of them whom you meet every day without knowing.
So much for your prejudices and your ignorance.
Magyar 101

Europe

#27 Jul 12, 2014
Klaus666.
I like the name, zoltan!
BTW, i take it you austrian?
Austria belongs to hungary, right?

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