In 50 years time, if history hasn’t already ended as reported by the avid neo-con warmongering class, Marine Le Pen will be remembered for having assumed the leadership of France’s National Front Party with an extraordinarily sensible agenda. Distancing herself from the ‘Far Right’ elements that gave the media an excuse to attack and mis-lead, she now graces magazine covers that once wouldn’t have touched Front personnel with a bargepole. The dying economy put paid to all that.
When we consider that French banks wrote a nearly equal amount of hooky paper to Greece as the Germans, it’s easy to see why the power elite now tremble at the prospect of welcoming Le Pen into the governing fold. Her economic ideas are borrowed from a potpourri of France’s best brains and it’s rumoured she’s an avid fan of 21st Century Wire, ZeroHedge and the Paris produced Keiser Report, meaning she’s dangerously aware of global banking skullduggery. Her desire to regulate the financial industry and inculcate it with moral values sounds suspiciously like a Glass-Steagall à la française endorsement.
“When the experts say her economic program is inapplicable, there is a fraction of the population, notably in the working classes, who answer ‘that may be so, but we have already tried the left and right,’” says political analyst Jean-Yves Camus, sworn enemy.
That’s what you’ve got to love about the Frogs, the moment the ordinary guy figures out the scam, the intellectual class that willingly remains in the dark slings some mud on Pierre Pipsqueaqe. In the land of the Madame Guillotine, they should be more careful but the uniquely subsidised political cliques and their functionaries maintain a formidable state of denial with all things considered. Le Pen’s foes are heard making speeches sprinkled with a dash of her ideas, a little like the way New Labour morphed into the Tory Party. Few have torpedoed the Euro though and there’s the crux, which she calls an ultra-capitalist model of globalization “based on the law of the jungle”.
“The real fault line is between nationalists and globalists, between economic patriots and those who believe that nations and borders must disappear and that there should be no obstacles whatsoever to commerce, that everything is for sale and everything can be bought, and that there should be no controls on the flows of capital, products and people.” Sounds like she’s bashing the Bank people, not the Brown ones, hmm.
The usual tirade for the status quo fully exposes human displacement as a globalist tool, re-locating the wretched from the world’s war zones that Western corporations thrive on, Le Pen has grasped this fact. Her proposal for a return to precious metals coinage and the exclusion of bank lending at cut-throat rates to national government, an experiment in debt-free money met with appropriate derision in certain circles.
The counter-attack is old hat, the Front is a proponent of suppressing migrants and Muslims and Le Pen replies there’s an orderly way all things could be put right. Another country full of insolvent banks on the brink of financial collapse could do worse than having a hot blonde president, it’s bloody magnifique political theatre.
Lets hope they don’t throw all their tomatoes at once, famine follows revolution!