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Le Pen Vows to Stop All Immigration Temporarily/ French Election Banter

 

Published on Apr 19, 2017

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Le Pen's odds have been slashed after the attack in Paris today, she was 4/1 but is now 11/4 on Sky Bet. It's bad timing for the other candidates, especially Macron, who pretty much denies there's even a problem with Islamic terrorism.

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Le Pen's odds have been slashed after the attack in Paris today, she was 4/1 but is now 11/4 on Sky Bet. It's bad timing for the other candidates, especially Macron, who pretty much denies there's even a problem with Islamic terrorism.

Fillon still in the race lol.

 

Melenchon has done incredibly well..So hard to call final two.Impossible.I've gambled on everything since Brexit,this is just to tough to call.

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Le Pen's odds have been slashed after the attack in Paris today, she was 4/1 but is now 11/4 on Sky Bet. It's bad timing for the other candidates, especially Macron, who pretty much denies there's even a problem with Islamic terrorism.

 

Paris attack aftermath

 

Message to French Voters : "You inherited something..."

 

What Pisses Me Off About The Paris Terrorist Attack

 

THIS really pisses me off :

Facebook suspended 30,000 accounts supporting Le Pen

 

If she wins, I really hope she will ban "Harvest Book" from France, for interfering in their elections

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Paul Joseph Watson And Farage's Former Press Aid Michael Heaver Aboput French And UK Elections

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Sargon Votes:

I Think Le Pen Will Win

 

Another

"Marine Le Pen will be the next French President" - Christopher Dickey

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French election 2017: Marine Le Pen leading the race as polls open

 

Polls have opened in the first round of France’s most unpredictable and high-stakes presidential election in decades, with far-Right leader Marine Le Pen and the maverick centrist Emmanuel Macron leading the field.


A Le Pen victory could lead to the collapse of the European Union, experts warn, but after the victory of Donald Trump in the US and the Brexit vote in the UK, most agree that there is no safe bet in the French race.

French Election - Latest Poll Average

Unprecedented security measures were in place to keep voters safe as they cast their ballots, with 50,000 police officers and 7,000 soldiers deployed across the country.

. . .

There are 11 candidates in the running for Sunday’s first round, including a pair of Trotskyists, three fringe nationalists, a former shepherd, and a man who wants to colonise Mars.

But there are just four who stand a chance of getting through to the run-off on May 7: Ms Le Pen, Mr Macron, the communist-backed firebrand Jean-Luc-Mélenchon, and the scandal-scarred conservative François Fillon.

The pair who will square off for the second round will be known at around 7pm UK time when usually accurate exit polls are announced.

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Fillon still in the race lol.

 

Melenchon has done incredibly well..So hard to call final two.Impossible.I've gambled on everything since Brexit,this is just to tough to call.

 

He looked doomed a few weeks ago.

 

Assange posted a graphic showing 2nd choice voting intentions and Melenchon polled well, especially with people who had Hamon as 1st choice. I hope it's him vs Le Pen as theoretically that's the end of the EU, although he could be bluffing.

 

Exit polls are due around 8pm, 9pm, but if it's super close they might not end up being accurate.

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Analyst Who Predicted Trump’s Ascendancy Bets on Le Pen Win

by Sid Verma

April 21, 2017
  • Undecided voters bad news for Macron, says GaveKal’s founder
  • Recommends overweight sterling, large-caps; bond shorts

How Will Markets React to Elections in France?

Don’t bank on a relief rally in the euro area anytime soon.

Markets are underpricing the prospect of Marine Le Pen emerging victorious in the French election as a sea of undecided voters throws into sharp relief pronounced apathy for center-leftist Emmanuel Macron -- the front-runner by a whisker -- and the backlash against the European Union project.

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That’s the conclusion drawn by Charles Gave, founder of Hong-Kong based asset-allocation consultancy GaveKal Research, who predicted the triumph of Donald Trump in the U.S. election, and is now betting on a win for the anti-euro National Front candidate.

“Le Pen’s momentum is a slow-moving reaction against the men of Davos -- as we have seen with Brexit and Trump -- but markets don’t want to believe it,” he said by phone before the first round of the French poll on April 23.

Given the prospect of a Le Pen victory, Gave, who has been researching tactical asset allocation for more than 40 years, is advising clients to adopt long positioning in the pound as the U.K. would benefit from haven bids, and shorts on inflation-linked German bonds amid the risk of deflation in the euro area.

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> more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-04-21/analyst-who-predicted-trump-ascendancy-is-betting-on-le-pen-win

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Belgian newspaper La Libre says it's got hold of leaked polls from one of the Presidential campaigns and it shows that the final matchup will be Le Pen (26 %) vs Fillon (22%).

 

There has been a shooting in Rouen today with reports of 1 man injured. No confirmation as to whether it's terrorism yet.

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A different Belgian paper has Macron winning and Le Pen and Fillon neck and neck. No idea why it's Belgian papers that have these polls, maybe they're making them up to sell papers.

 

We'll find out the official exit poll results in under an hour anyway.

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French exit polls:

 

Macron - 23.7 %

Le Pen - 21.7%

Melenchon - 19.5%

Fillon - 19.5%

 

Exit poll so the figures may change but it looks like MLP is into round 2. I'd have liked to see her win round 1 but at least she's made it, there was no guarantee of that. I'm hoping Putin has some dirt on Macron that he's been saving for the home stretch.

 

Macron's odds have been slashed to 1/6, they were evens earlier in the week.

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The important thing now is that MLP made it into the runoff

 

Step one

France faces its own EU referendum as far-right Europhobe Marine Le Pen and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron beat two main parties to go head to head in presidential elections after tight vote

  • France could face 'Frexit' after far-right leader Marine Le Pen came second place ahead of election
  • Le Pen and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron beat two main parties to go head-to-head on May 7
  • Republican candidate Francois Fillon conceded after he and far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon got 19.5%
  • A polling station in Eastern France was forced to close as bomb squad was deployed to deal with a vehicle
  • The worrying incident comes after a deadly ISIS gun attack on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Thursday

 

Step two

I had a Dream - the globalists will soon learn they are not as powerful as they think - their protections are eroding


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After 9 million votes (Approx. 25%) Le Pen is on 25% and Macron 21%, so if that pace keeps up the exit poll was relatively inaccurate. Better that she has a lead to take into the 2nd round.

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Macron, 39-year-old maverick eyeing French presidency

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Emmanuel Macron wants the French to give youth a chance

PARIS (AFP) -

"Neither of the right, nor the left" in his own words, Emmanuel Macron is a 39-year-old former banker hoping to convince the French to take a chance on his brand of youthful optimism.

He has never been elected and only launched his party last April, but polls currently show Macron as one of the frontrunners in the two-stage election on Sunday and on May 7.

After quitting his job as economy minister under unpopular Socialist President Francois Hollande in August, he has concentrated on building up his own centrist political movement "En Marche" ("On the Move").

The lover of poetry, who is married to his former school teacher, was initially dismissed by sceptics as appealing to a narrow band of young, urban professionals. But packed rallies and voter surveys have shown otherwise.

"We can't respond with the same men and the same ideas," Macron said as he launched his presidential bid in November at a jobs training centre in a gritty Parisian suburb.

With frustration at France's political class running high, Macron has tapped into a desire for wholesale change that has also propelled far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and leftist Jean-Luc Melenchon.

"I'm here because he's young, he's dynamic. It's like a breath of fresh air," 23-year-old shop worker Marine Gonidou told AFP at a rally in Brittany in January.

At 39, Macron would be the youngest French leader in modern history, upending tradition that has seen voters favour experience in their powerful presidents.

Although positioned as an outsider, the brilliant student followed a well-worn path through elite French universities including ENA, the administration school that has groomed many a French leader.

After going into banking, where he earned nearly 2.4 million euros ($2.6 million) from 2011-2012 at Rothschild, Macron became an economic advisor to Hollande in 2012 and then economy minister two years later.

Despite the efforts of his opponents, "he seems to have escaped his association with the government," said Dominique Reynie, head of the Foundation for Political Innovation think-tank in Paris.

The outcome of the election will be the ultimate test of his claim that France is "contrarian" -- ready to elect a pro-EU, pro-globalisation liberal at a time when rightwing nationalists are making gains across the world.

European leaders in Berlin and Brussels will be hoping he is right.

- Against the grain -

As well as wanting to improve the business environment, Macron stresses the need to boost education in deprived areas and has spoken out against stigmatising Muslims with France's strict rules on secularism.

His championing of tech firms and the "Uber-isation" of the economy, in which people increasingly work as independents rather than as employees, has helped burnish his image as a moderniser

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> http://www.france24.com/en/20170423-macron-39-year-old-maverick-eyeing-french-presidency

 

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Macron 1

 

Macron is a puppet, who likes robots / or maybe he is a robot, who will behave like a puppet, if elected
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Emmanuel Macron files legal complaint over 'anti-Semitic' caricature ...

www.telegraph.co.uk › News

Mar 13, 2017 - Mr Macron, 39, is not Jewish but the cartoon appeared to refer to his past as a Rothschild investment banker. Mr Fillon called the image, which...

 

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BTW, I had a thought that Macron and Mark Zuckerberg might have the same biological father or grandfather

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We see these amazing stories about the wonder kids who start these IT companies and make billions, but is it a fluke? Did some smart kid just happen to being a business and strike it rich or are most of these stores really about children of the elite making their stake and making their profits from the world? Enter Mark Zuckerberg whom this article examines the possibilities that he is the grandson of David Rockefeller. The Rockefellers are the lapdogs of the Rothschilds.

Here is the story and link. There are lots of other similar stories of connected "kids" making it big in business or entertainment. I'd like to examine the possibilities of this and dig up what info we can. Facebook is a a honeypot of information and you have to know the CIA (Elite data warehouse and bullies for the Elites) dig through every email, message, and bit of data placed on facebook, twitter, myspace.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Mark Zuckerberg Is Claimed To Be Grandson Of David Rockefeller. Real name. Jacob Greenberg.

San Gurung on Facebook writes

Ok so this Greenberg / Zuckerberg thing is getting weirder by the second.

A Jacob Greenberg was arrested for possession of Marijuana and this mugshot was taken. It was later revealed that this could indeed be the man the world knows as Mark Zuckerberg.

His family members include David Rockefeller, his Grandfather. A little strange because Rothschild owns 8% of Facebook shares. Both Rothschild and Rockefeller are well known names....TAP with One World Government associations.

and his other granpa....greenberg...CEO of AIG

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> http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?45126-Mark-Zuckerberg-Is-Claimed-To-Be-Grandson-Of-David-Rockefeller.

 

(as it is, Macron has a weird personal life - look into his wife's background):

 

Personal life

Macron is married to Brigitte Trogneux, who is 24 years older than he[78] and was his teacher in La Providence high school in Amiens.[79][80] They first met when he was a 15-year-old student in her class, but were only officially a couple once he was 18.[81]

His parents initially attempted to split the couple by sending him away to Paris to finish the final year of his schooling, as they felt his youth made this relationship inappropriate,[9][81] but the couple stayed together after he graduated and married in 2007.

They live with Trogneux's three children from her previous marriage

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Macron now slightly in front after 70% of the vote counted. The urban centres declared later and he has more support in those areas so he'll probably take the 1st round. I didn't realise that's how they counted the votes.

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French Election First Ballot: Macron and Le Pen Move to the Second Vote

 

Published on Apr 23, 2017

 

"Felon has come out and told his supporters to vote for Macron.

That was slightly unexpected, and the smart money is on Macron."

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LAND Mines - may be awaiting Mr Macron

 

Patrick Le Brun - French Presidential Election: First Round Results

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbLEZRJafz0

 

Now that he has been selected, the land mines can be detonated maybe

 

"All of my energy has gone to getting a 'Silver Bullet' ready" (for Mr Macron)

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France Braces for Runoff Between Nationalism and Globalism

 

April 23, 2017
  • Le Pen needs to overcome voter dislike of National Front
  • Emmanuel Macron’s challenge is his past, plus globalization

Le Pen, Macron to Faceoff in Presidential Runoff

In the coming two weeks of the French campaign, Marine Le Pen’s challenge is to break through a wall of voter antipathy that she inherited from her father. Emmanuel Macron’s task is to persuade the French he has the gravitas and experience to be president.

The far-right Le Pen and centrist Macron both took just under a quarter of the vote in a contest with 11 candidates. Now they must convince the rest of the population that they have what it takes to lead the country after the May 7 runoff.

The next round will see two radically different visions. Macron embraces globalization and European integration, Le Pen channels the forces of discontent that triggered Brexit and brought Donald Trump to power. The runoff will also be unique in that it will be the first contested by neither of the major parties, giving Macron, 39, and Le Pen, 48, space to try to forge alliances that might have seemed unlikely until recently.

“Marine Le Pen’s toughest job is to break the traditional glass ceiling which her father Jean-Marie also suffered from,” said Yves-Marie Cann, a pollster at Elabe. “Even if her image is better than his was, the truth remains that most voters say they don’t share her ideas and have a bad opinion of the Front.”

Macron has still to convince voters he has the aura of a head of state and can reach out to a nation in which 40 percent of the electorate opted for anti-European extremes on both left and right. A snap Ipsos survey late on Sunday suggested that Macron, who’s aiming to be the country’s youngest head of state, would win by 62 percent to 38 percent for Le Pen, who would be the country’s first female president.

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> https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-04-24/france-braces-for-runoff-fight-between-nationalism-and-globalism

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Le Pen has temporarily stepped down as FN leader to concentrate on her Presidential bid. Sounds like she's doing it so she can appeal to a wider range of voters as for some the FN is tainted. Interesting move anyway, I doubt many saw this coming.

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The EURO may be a Sell here, near $1.09 / FXE-$1.054

 

EUR ... update fxe : 10-d fxe / Last: $1.089

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I've no money on this now but I hope le Pen gets 45%+,suspect it'll be more like 42%.

 

Hopes of a win rest on low turnout I suspect

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http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/05/05/even-elected-majority-french-wouldnt-support-macron/

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The news opinion poll conducted by KANTAR Sofres-onepoint reveals that only 41 per cent of the French people have confidence in the globalist candidate. Even more revealing is that he is not even the most popular as he lags behind far-left former presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon who polls at 44 per cent approval, Le Figaro reports.

Macron’s numbers have stagnated at the 41 per cent mark whilst his rival, anti-mass migration candidate Marine Le Pen, stands at 29 per cent, but is on the rise.

The figures also differ depending on which age group and income bracket are looked at. For retirees and wealthy business elites, Macron is more popular. For the unemployed and working class voters, Ms. Le Pen is much more popular.'

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