France’s Socialist President ‘Shattered’, Citizens In ‘State Of Shock’ After Minister Reveals Country ‘Totally Bankrupt’

Beautiful.

“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money. ”― Margaret Thatcher

“There is a state but it is a totally bankrupt state.”–  Michel Sapin

Hmm, sounds almost like Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe:

France’s Socialist President ‘Shattered’, Citizens In ‘State Of Shock’ After Minister Reveals Country ‘Totally Bankrupt’

RANCOIS Hollande was left picking up the pieces after France was sent into a state of shock as his labour minister described the nation as “totally bankrutpt.

Michel Sapin was left red-faced after revealing the potential state of the French economy and leaving the French public to question Mr Hollande’s policy.Speaking during a radio interview, he said: “There is a state but it is a totally bankrupt state. That is why we had to put a deficit reduction plan in place, and nothing should make us turn away from that objective.”The comments were not intentional although they come as President’s Hollande’s attempts to improve the image of the French economy and have served to diminish faith in the government.France is currently attempting to cut spending by £51.5billion over the next five years.

Since Socialist Francois Hollande came to power, he has imposed his ‘anti-rich’ policies onto France provoking the country’s rich entrepreneurs to leave the country. France’s finance minister, Pierre Moscovici attempted to play down the comments made by Mr Sapin. He said: “France is a really solvent country. France is a really credible country, France is a country that is starting to recover.”

France is cooked. It will never recover from socialism. And it will never recover from Islam.

8 thoughts on “France’s Socialist President ‘Shattered’, Citizens In ‘State Of Shock’ After Minister Reveals Country ‘Totally Bankrupt’”

  1. I smell war……a blood soaking civil war.

    I smell a war that will, through a series of domino reactions, engulf the entirety of Europe.

    This then, if I am right, would be the perfect opportunity to rid Europe of the muslim problem.

    On another note. I wonder how long it will be before this same admission is made in the United Stael and that house of cards implodes.

    We are living in very interesting times.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

  2. I guess Turkey will now be willing to directly fund the mosques in France as well as the ones in Greece….

    Yes, it’s likely there is going to be a domino effect..

  3. It is a fair enough question.

    Especially considering Hollands bevy of birds from the Maghreb.

    As the last 15 years (especially) has proven, we are almost always betrayed from within.

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