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The Blind Alleys of European Politics
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The Blind Alleys of European Politics
May 2, 2022

The crises are running, faster and faster, well beyond the abilities of EU rigid structures and mindsets to respond.

The French Election: End of an Era?
April 24, 2022

“Optimism is cowardice,” said Oswald Spengler. We shouldn’t have false hopes. French President Emmanuel Macron will probably win this Sunday’s runoff election against the National Rally’s Marine Le Pen.

The French Election: End of an Era?
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EU Dirty Trick Against Le Pen to Block Her Becoming President May Well Backfire
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EU Dirty Trick Against Le Pen to Block Her Becoming President May Well Backfire
April 19, 2022

The French will see right through the latest dirty trick of the EU to smear Le Pen

Be Prepared for a Smear Campaign Against Le Pen Whose Ideas Threaten the EU as We Know It
April 11, 2022

Le Pen’s politics are clever, relevant and well-timed. And like Macron, she also wants France to run the EU. What could possibly go wrong?

Be Prepared for a Smear Campaign Against Le Pen Whose Ideas Threaten the EU as We Know It
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French Military Flocking to Le Pen’s RN Party
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French Military Flocking to Le Pen’s RN Party
July 23, 2019

A French study on the electoral behavior of soldiers and gendarmes which examined the votes in several municipalities where their presence is significant, found that the National Rally is growing on Republicans party voters.

Macron Suffers Huge Blow With Defeat To Le Pen
May 27, 2019

EPP parties were in first place in Germany, but Merkel’s CDU secured 28%, seven points down on its vote share in 2014. Finally, Austria’s Sebastian Kurz said he was “speechless” after a crushing victory, securing a third of all votes in spite of a corruption scandal that has brought down his coalition government with the far-right Freedom party.

Macron Suffers Huge Blow With Defeat To Le Pen
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European Union’s Democracy Dilemma
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European Union’s Democracy Dilemma
May 10, 2017

The European elites want the European Union as a means for controlling the Continent’s economies, but that often requires overriding the popular will of nation states, a dilemma for “democracy,” explains Andrew Spannaus.

Marine Le Pen Lost to Finally Win
May 9, 2017

…The win of Macron does not signify that the process of opposing globalism started with Brexit and the Trump’s victory is over. It’s a step behind before taking more steps ahead. Nothing is lost and nothing can prevent Le Pen from becoming president when the time is propitious. She has only five years to wait.

Marine Le Pen Lost to Finally Win
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