One thing fans of multiculturalism and those left wing authoritarians who want to make us all the same in the name of diversity will never be able to get their heads round is the fact that Muslims and Jews will nevr be able to live side by side (same goes for Muslims and Hindus – notice a pattern emerging here?)
The stupidity and blindness of the left in trying to force multiculturalism on communities is producing some interesting ironies however. For example while leftie screechers wail and gnash teeth at the success of France’s Front National, calling the right wing party led by Marine Le Pen nazis and anti – Semites, France’s Jewish community are flocking to support the party because it is the only political movement in France that stands against the tide if Islamisation the Jews see as threatening to swamp them.
Having topped the polls in last year’s European Election, The National Front is set to become the biggest party in France at this month’s regional elections. The French Prime Minister has accused the party of wanting to “kidnap France
The latest polling data, which comes after it was revealed French Jews are increasingly turning to the right wing party, puts the National Front on 29 per cent, four points clear of the opposition UMP and creating a significant gap between them and the socialists on 21 per cent, according to left leaning online news site The Local.
The election on March 22nd and 29th will elect representatives in each of France’s 101 counties.
Nonna Mayer, a political scientist from Sciences Po said the party “are on the rise.
“In the last presidential election Le Pen got 18 percent of the vote, they got 25 percent in the Euro elections and now they could get as much as between 30 and 33 percent of the vote in the départemental elections.
Even though this election is for local, rather than national elections, the results are “vital for the charismatic leader who has moved the party away from the anti-Semitic line her father took. For The Front National to attract Jewish vote “gives the party much more credibility and visibility, says Mayer. “She [Le Pen] knows if you want to succeed in politics, it’s not only about the leadership, but you need a party behind it. That means the presence of the National Front in all layers of democracy in France.
Like the UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Marine Le Pen has struggled to convince voters that the party is not just about her, a respectable, polished figurehead. Like UKIP, FN have been hindered by a few disreputable candidates the constant smears and misrepresentations of the mainstream media.
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