Las-Cobas wrote:Albert wrote:Mme Le Pen has her 500 signatures. Interesting to see if she will spoil the party (First round) as her Father did some time ago!
At least she brings different idea's to the table.
The UK has shown coalitions do not work, irrespective of the will of the people. We have a choice, the extreme left or the extreme right, The middle ground does not work.
Christopher wrote:Different in what way? Kick the blacks/browns/anyone who's not Aryan out isn't new. Doesn't matter what else she says, even if it's free currant buns for everyone and a fiver out of the till, she's a racist and doesn't deserve a single vote.
Las-Cobas wrote:Christopher wrote:Different in what way? Kick the blacks/browns/anyone who's not Aryan out isn't new. Doesn't matter what else she says, even if it's free currant buns for everyone and a fiver out of the till, she's a racist and doesn't deserve a single vote.
You have obviously closely watched her debates on television, listened to her discussions at local venue's in between customers and that has given you the evidence to make your wild accusations. In a democracy every politician is entitled to a public platform to express their views to their electors. I presume you are registered to vote in Avignon Christopher?
Or do you vote in that foreign country Cameronland , where you do not live.
montgolfiere wrote:i cant vote in blighty and i cant vote in national elections here....so what sort of Democratic europe does that suggest??
probably ready to be taken over by the fascists...(again)
peter wrote:It already feels as if I am the only one paying for everything ...
Brian and Helen wrote:Las-Cobas wrote:It would appear that in final return from the Interior Ministry, show that apart from the Grand Ville of Perpignan, Marine le Pen, came top of the poll in every other Villes of the Pyrénéennes Oriental. /quote]
That's pretty scary.
Brian and Helen wrote:Well if Nick Griffith and the BNP got 18.1% of a vote in the UK there'd be hell to pay.
The media would be going mad demanding that "something be done about it". They'd be asking what had gone wrong in our society that could lead to such an appalling result - reams of self-examination and hand-wringing.
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