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  • ross1948 07:15 on June 20, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cordon sanitaire, , ,   

    Bravo, Marine! C’est Magnifique! 


    Exceeding all predictions, Marine Le Pen’s patriot party looks like taking no less than 90 seats in France’s National Assembly…

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    ….smashing down the anti-democratic ‘cordon’ erected by the in-crowd and pushing past the collabo fake-‘right’ –

    Patriotism’s Toxic, But PCF’s Not? Mais Non! 

    – in which sensible voices are now being raised, arguing for a realignment.

    If that happens, the ‘cordon’ will crumble and fair play could re-emerge in French politics.

    Meanwhile, I append a link,,,

    .- to a leftist source…

    …so you can’t say I’m biased!-

    …which you may use to follow up when final results are confirmed.

     

     
  • ross1948 12:29 on June 18, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cordon sanitaire, , , , , Thorez traitor   

    Patriotism’s Toxic, But PCF’s Not? Mais Non! 


    Cordon Sanitaire?’

    A French phrase, which, properly used, means a way of penning in something toxic, like the Chinese Virus or similar plagues, so they cannot spread.

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    Yet it’s been hijacked by the Enemy Within, in France but elsewhere too…

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    The four main groups in the European Parliament are now all in agreement to keep the ‘cordon sanitaire’ around the ID group, which is now unlikely to obtain any committee chairmanships.

    Strasbourg Slug Mafia Breaks The Rules – Dirty Tricks, Again! 

    God Save The King – From Orrible Onkelinx

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    …in order to describe collabo strategies by far-left, ‘centre left,’ ‘centre,’ and ‘centre right’ parties – as a means to target patriots like Marine Le Pen’s National Rally, electoral manoeuvring to keep patriot representation to a minimum.

    Never mind that Marine’s candidates did quite well in the first round.

    Good!

    But in France, in Sunday’s second round, where the RN is in with a chance, the left, centre and fake ‘right’ will, if previous practice is repeated….

    …do their utmost to swing their support behind whichever of them has the best chance of beating the patriot.

    Why?

    Because the cordon sanitaire’s entire  raison d’etre is based on a belief that Marine’s nationalist ideology…

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    …is SO bad that ANY alternative is preferable.

    To me, that’s wrong, a rotten, twisted way of thinking, always.

    But this time it’s more morally awry than usual, because Melenchon…

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    Gambar terkait

    Melenchon

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    …the far leftist, has entered into formal alliance with the indelibly evil PCF, the French Communist Party…

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    …heirs to Maurice Thorez, the red traitor, who urged French soldiers to lay down their arms and offer no resistance to Hitler’s hordes.

    Melenchon’s motley crew is thus indelibly tainted…

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    …yet wherever his candidate vies next week with Marine’s, the other in-crowd leaderships will give Melenchon’s man, or woman, the nod of approval.

    We must hope the common French folk, regardless of traditional voting habits, will ignore their flawed party elders.

     
  • ross1948 00:47 on February 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cordon sanitaire, , , , , Stephane Sejourne MEP,   

    If Thuringia Gets Told Who May Be Elected, How About Hibernia? 


    With the Vermin Party set to increase significantly its representation and influence…

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    Image result for adams mcdonald sinn fein

    The 2015 Government report into paramilitary activity, which came about following the IRA murder of Kevin McGuigan, made clear that Sinn Fein are controlled by the IRA Army Council.

    http://unionistvoice.com/politics/former-sinn-fein-ira-election-candidate-threatens-legal-action-against-unionist-voice/

    …winning about the same percentage of Eire voters as Fianna Fail and Fine Gael, will we hear from MEPs about the need to impose a cordon sanitaire on the fans of the IRA murder-gang?

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    Will Guy Verhofstadt rant in Strasbourg against the Vermin Party having any role in politics, and will Stéphane Séjourné, the Macronite MEP, rail about the need for ‘new elections to prevent this situation from happening again?’

    Meddling In Foreign Elections Bad, Unless…

    Or will a typical EUSSR double-standard apply, perfectly okay for Belgian and French mutts to bark mindlessly, meddlesomely, against the German patriot party AfD, but not against Eire’s SF Vermin Party?

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    Just asking!

     
    • Melvin Cameron 08:14 on February 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I have been trying to make sense of this crisis and I understand ( but don’t agree with ) Merkel’s hostility to the AfD.

      Then I read this.
      Saturday in Berlin, involving Merkel’s CDU and sister Christian Social Union (CSU) party, along with the Social Democrats (SPD), leaders of all three parties ruled out cooperation with the AFD at “all levels” across Germany. They also called on Thuringia to stage fresh state elections despite the recent ballot in the Erfurt chamber.
      https://www.dw.com/en/germany-thuringia-state-premier-kemmerich-quits-effective-immediately/a-52306048

      In other words, you stupid voters are the problem!
      You stupid voters made your decision and we don’t like it.
      We don’t respect the outcome because not enough of you voted for us, too many of you voted for the opposition. So go back and vote again, keep voting till you get it right. ( or left?)

      This is insulting and condescending, not in any way democratic, and in my opinion will not get Merkel the result she wants.

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    • Scott Douglas 13:08 on February 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You made me study that German situation but now I see what you’re getting at!
      The German political establishment and their foreign friends in Strasbourg hate the AfD because the AfD has a different approach to ‘migrants’ and that is for German voters to decide, who’s got the better approach.

      The AFD did well in that province’s elections, and used their stronger position to put a moderate liberal in power rather than a leftwing extremist.

      You’d think that Merkel would see the sense in that but instead she wants the whole provincial parliament dissolved and the voters to think again.
      That’s not how democracies work and if I was a voter there I would be furious.
      I would be even angrier to hear foreign politicians getting stuck into it the way they have. It has nothing to do with foreigners.

      Sinn Fein is in every way a more obnoxious party than the AfD could ever be. I have been reading about the AfD and it condemns violence without hesitation.

      Sinn Fein never condemns the terrorism of the IRA and a lot of Sinn Feiners have been convicted terrorists, who offer no signs of regret for their crimes.

      Now you and I and a lot of other people in Ulster are waiting for MEPs from France or Belgium or anywhere at all to tell Fianna Fail and Fine Gael in Dublin that Sinn Fein must be kept out of power and should not be worked with in any way.

      Varadkar has said that, but FF and SF? They share a common view on erasing the border between their country and Ulster.

      Ulster people feel very much in danger, listening to the silence from Strasbourg, all that non-existent condemnation of a party with its roots deep in murder.

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  • ross1948 15:10 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cordon sanitaire, , King Philippel, Socialist Laurette Onkelinx, ,   

    God Save The King – From Orrible Onkelinx! 


    Although a dedicated monarchist, I seldom pay attention to the Belgian monarchy, as the kings have traditionally been a very low-key bunch.

    Last month, last week, to be precise, King Philippe made headlines.

    Why?

    For performing his royal duties as a constitutional monarch should.

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    Instead of following the example of the infantile in-crowd parties, he met the leader of the Vlaams Belang, which did exceptionally well in both the European and Belgian elections.

    Nearly 19% of Flemish voters chose the far-right Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest), a stunning reversal of fortune for a party recently in decline.’ 

    That’s how the far-left Guardian puts it, describing a ‘furious debate’ among the tantrum-prone establishment parties, who operate what they call a ‘cordon sanitaire,’ treating the party, and all those thousands of Flanders voters, with exquisitely anti-democratic contempt.

    HM deserves applause for breaking with the pusillanimous precedents set by his two predecessors, who snubbed the Flemish party’s fore-runner, the Vlaams Blok.

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    Belgium of course forfeited its right to be reckoned a proper democracy some fifteen years ago, when the V Blok was outlawed by left-liberal judges, for the crime of ‘discrimination’ i.e. putting one’s ‘own people first,’ as their banner proudly proclaimed.

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    Jackboot

    https://www.dw.com/en/belgium-bans-popular-racist-party/a-1391522

    Yes, a large democratically elected party, BANNED in a modern European country.

    Who’s next? The Brexit Party?

    Left intolerance is still alive and kicking, as demonstrated by a far-left nutjob named Laurette Onkelinx, a ‘Francophone Socialist lawmaker,’ who says she’s ‘shocked…’

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    Après Olivier Maingain, Laurette Onkelinx attaque à son tour le décret Inscription

     

    Ranting old red Onkelinx, outraged by her king’s constitutional courtesy

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    ….but utters not a whisper of concern about the King’s fair-minded readiness also to meet the self-styled ‘Belgian Workers Party,’ which even the Guardian admits is ‘radical left!’=

    dou·ble stand·ard
    /ˈdəbəl ˈstandərd/
    noun
    plural noun: double standards
    1. a rule or principle which is unfairly applied in different ways to different people or groups.

    Fortunately, even her fellow-socialists seem more rational, as does almost everyone else quoted in the Report.

    One of her Socialist comrades, Rudi Vervoort, is grown-up enough to say that, while ‘‘it is not a pleasure to see this scene in Belgium…. there is an electoral reality in Flanders that cannot be denied.”

    Good for him, and for VB leader Tom Van Grieken –

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    It is completely normal to invite a party that has won the elections.  I was pleased with the invitation … I am not going to say it is unnatural. This is natural. What happened over the past 40 years was not democratic.”

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    Thanks to Flanders voters, Belgium now has two patriotic parties, and Lord knows there are real problems…

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    Molenbeek  -“the whole neighborhood” knew where Abdeslam was ever since the Paris attacks. Nobody tipped off authorities. So Belgian Media Is Rotten Too? 

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    An Illegal Camp Sprouts In Brussels

    “No question, Sharia4Belgium is a terrorist group,” the chief judge said… 

    …that require patriots to work together.

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    ,https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/29/belgian-king-meeting-far-right-leader-sparks-controversy

     
    • Chrissie Miles 15:30 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck to the VB Mark2.
      I hope they are not banned by those leftist judges like VB Mark 1 was.
      It’s hard to believe that a jackboot court in post-war Western Europe was able to get away with doing something you would expect from Joe Stalin or Mao.

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    • Fiona 16:38 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Your little aside re the Brexit Party is too close for comfort in view of the violence threatened by the far left.
      Did you miss that report from Manchester, where a extreme left capitalist, who owns the Chorlton Brewing Company there, ‘urged his customers to hit “fascists” (like Farage and Tommy Robinson) over the head with a brick?’
      This Red Nazi war-cry comes from their director, Mike Marcus, and could I use your comment column to ask that his and his company’s Twitter and Facebook sites be given suitable attention?
      Note – unlike the left, I do not want to see violence against him. That is not the British way and while he is definitely very Un-British, we are not!

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      • ross1948 18:03 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I agree with you, no violence. Your comments always make good sense and your ideas for reaction to the threat are welcome.
        We can also do more, Fiona.
        If we give this ratbag a post all to himself, with some extra suitable suggestions, it’s up to all readers to spread the info. I will get to work and have something ready by Wednesday or Thursday.

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    • Vanessa 17:54 on June 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Two patriot parties!
      I hope they work together, although the proportional and-or transferable vote there should prevent any problems like we see in Peterborough. Next week’s byelection has Brexit Party in with a very good chance but we have both UKIP and the SDP splitting the patriot vote.
      If the BP loses by a few hundred votes, God forgive those two minor party candidates.
      However, I think it’s going to be a walk-over,

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