Before we take a look at the latest in Europe, let’s take a moment to congratulate France on the election of the first female President in the history of the Republic: Emmangela Mercron.
It is a proud day for France when the former Rothschild banker who once remarked “there is no such thing as French culture” becomes President.
Dear Leader: Emmangela Mercron.
Is European Youth Awakening?
Though the French election has left many who oppose the confused agenda of globalism deflated, there are significant causes for hope hidden within the wave of Junckerite propaganda currently sweeping the continent.
Despite pronouncements of a landslide victory for Macron, the fact is that despite a worldwide effort to paint his opponent Le Pen as a “far-right” candidate, she still won over a third of voters – thereby doubling the numbers her party could boast fifteen years ago.
A further 25% of those registered to vote abstained altogether (the lowest turnout for decades) – a show of defiance, to be sure.
Besides politics, Mercron is also at the forefront of French fashion.
Notable political figures have congratulated Macron on his victory, including British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn went as far as to condemn “Le Pen’s politics of hate”, a sentiment reminiscent of his obtuse mischaracterisation of Donald Trump not so long ago, when he accused the US President of ‘misogyny’.
Of course it makes sense that Jeremy Corbyn would gleefully support a choice like Macron – they are rather alike after all.
Election data shows that Macron received more votes among high earners but failed to convince the working class of his country – a predicament Corbyn is currently fighting to remedy, as the latest polls suggest that Labour are to attract only 26% of working class votes.
The only major demographic Corbyn’s Labour have been able to snag from the Conservatives are 18-24 year-olds – a feat Macron could not boast.
Then again, Macron and his party didn’t indulged in any Marxist rallies during their campaign – Corbyn and his shadow cabinet have found themselves unable to resist, lending them a certain exciting quality which appeals to the anaemic Anarcho-Communists who populate UK universities.
Macron only managed 65% of the youth vote in the end, and during the first round he was the last choice of those aged 18-24.
On the other hand, Macron did manage to win 80% of retirees – a trend which shouldn’t worry him, given that he is about to import a swathe of new voters from North Africa and the Middle East!
What Does This Mean for the UK?
President Macron has made it clear from the outset that he is for the European Union and intends to sanction countries who attempt to leave.
Macron threatened Poland with sanctions over their refusal to accept migrants in the same vast numbers as their (seemingly suicidal) neighbour countries.
“When the rights and values of the European Union are not respected, I want sanctions to be taken.”
Poland had recently rejected 5,000 migrants from Sweden – presumably they were reluctant to subject their women to the wave of sexual and violent crime which those migrants had brought to Swedish cities such as Malmö.
When it comes to the United Kingdom, Macron has voiced his opposition to Brexit, calling it a “crime that will plunge Britain into servitude”.
Following a visit to Downing Street in February, he made his view clear in no uncertain terms:
“Brexit cannot lead to a kind of optimisation of Britain’s relationship with the rest of Europe. I am very determined that there will be no undue advantages.”
Did Russia Hack Another Election?
As if the past six months of baseless accusations and wild conspiracy theories of Russian hacking of the 2016 US election weren’t enough – according to left-wing news sources, the Kremlin have been at it again.
A leak of documents last week showed that Macron had money in offshore bank accounts and that he was secretly gay.
According to the Guardian,
“The hackers behind a “massive and coordinated” attack on the campaign of France’s president-elect, Emmanuel Macron, have been linked by a number of cybersecurity research firms to the same Russian-affiliated group blamed for attacking the Democratic party shortly before the US election.”
As exciting as it all sounds, readers should note that not a shred of evidence has ever been produced for the first attack, let alone this latest one.
However, what was infinitely more interesting than the source of the leaks was the establishment reaction to them.
According to some sources, French citizens were threatened with harsh fines if they shared the documents during the traditional media blackout on election weekend, and outside of France the old media hastily busied themselves with damage control.
More Migrant Crime in Germany
Amid estimates of a 50% rise in migrant crime in Germany, it’s lucky that Angela Merkel is now the President of France too – ‘best not to have all your eggs in one basket’ as the saying goes.
A 26-year-old woman in Germany has two broken legs after being thrown from a window by a fellow migrant named Dawit.
the victim, Tirhas fell fifteen feet directly onto a concrete floor.
Apparently, the motive for the attack was her refusal to have sex with the perpetrator – a story familiar to those who follow migrant crimes.
According to Tirhas:
“I shouted, ‘please let me out of here.’ He demanded to know if I had another man. He threatened me with a broken bottle, wanted to stab me in the belly. He wanted sex, said I should lie down. When I kept saying no, he raised me up like a child, carried me to the window and dropped me.”
This incident was preceded by another last summer, also stemming from sexual demands.
Dawit is facing five years prison (at the German tax payers expense) for this latest crime, and is under further investigation for the harassment of another woman, and the sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl.
Tirhas is not alone in being targeted by migrant sex criminals.
In January, the Gatestone Institute reported that:
“The actual number of migrant-related sex crimes in Germany is at least two or three times higher than the official number. For example, only 10% of the sex crimes committed in Germany appear in the official statistics, according to André Schulz, head of the Criminal Police Association (Bund Deutscher Kriminalbeamter, BDK).”
According to the report, the official numbers would be damning enough, even if they weren’t a gross under-representation of the true state of things – with migrants committing five sexual assaults per day in 2016 in Germany.
The article goes on to say that police reports deliberately hide the scale of migrant crime by referring to migrants euphemistically, and gives a number of examples of references to ‘southern looking’ or ‘dark skinned’ criminals rather than migrants.
Pope Francis Puts His Foot In It (Again)
Pope Francis keeps his spirits up despite his endorsement of violent and sexual crime across Europe.
Pope Francis has sparked anger by comparing migrant camps to Nazi concentration camps.
“I don’t know if he managed to leave that concentration camp, because refugee camps, many of them, are of concentration (type) because of the great number of people left there inside them.”
According to Reuters, the American Jewish Committee were not pleased with the Pope’s comparison, and issued a statement requesting an apology.
Francis added that “it seems that international accords are more important than human rights”, referring to the closing of borders to migrants among some EU countries in recent times.
The Pope has condemned these measures before, but like many proponents of migration he is safely removed from the consequences.
Italy has recently started deporting bus loads of African and Middle Eastern migrants as a measure to protect Italian citizens.
I will leave you with a recent video of an Italian journalist being attacked by a migrant who had been due for deportation eight months ago, but managed to slip through the system and remain in the country.
For the record: the assailant in the clip was living in a re-purposed train station, not a concentration camp…
Although, if we are to draw historical comparisons, perhaps Pope Francis would care to comment on the 20,000 Jews who have fled France since 2014 following repeated Islamic attacks upon their community.