Hope for France?

Sorry. I have no hope for France.

Hope in France

The once great nation of France began to die of moonbattery between the world wars. This debilitating ideology so enervated the French that the Nazis ran roughshod over them. France is now in the terminal stages of the disease, as the population is methodically displaced by largely hostile and unassimilable foreigners from the Middle East and Africa.

Will France die, to be replaced with a Third World, non-European nation with nuclear weapons? Will there be civil war, splintering the country into French and non-French regions? Or is there still hope?

We’ll know better when we learn who comes out on top in the presidential election:

The French go to the polls Sunday for the first round of presidential elections. Centrist President Emmanuel Macron and his far-right challenger Marine Le Pen are expected to be the two top vote-getters who would then qualify for a second round in two weeks.

In this context, “far-right” means “pro-French.” “Centrist” means anti-French globalist weenie.

Last time around, the liberal establishmentarian Macron beat the nationalist rebel Le Pen easily. This time, they are neck and neck.

Paul Joseph Watson lays out the stakes:

Meanwhile, no one is stopping Democrats from ending Title 42 so that Biden can open the border floodgates the rest of the way, swamping the country with grasping invaders and putting America on track to face the same demographic crisis that threatens to erase France.

But never mind that, there is a local conflict in East Europe that the media wants you to think about instead.

The children of Klaus Schwab:

Les enfants de Klaus ne perdent jamais les élections…

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