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The New York Times hates, completely and absolutely despises Marine Le Pen (MLP), and for good reason: she is a phenomenal and - hélas - unstoppable force for good, in the war to counter the out-of-control One Worlder population-replacement Agenda that is plaguing France and all of Europe.
Marine just scored a record high in the French presidential elections - 6.4 million Frenchies cast their ballot for her. That is a serious score, almost twice voter-wise what her father Jean Marie garnered in the 2002 election against Chirac that saw some of the biggest street protests in French history. (I was there, it was lame).
I understand that this blog has a mostly English-speaking readership, but the amazing thing about MLP, is that by far and away she was the most forceful speaker in all the debates and media appearances leading up to the May elections. Her message is so incredibly on-point, and her oratory is so flawless, that she made the other contesters look like absolute fools. She is sincere, smart, and Right.
Anyway, the New York Times of course at every turn tries to play down or explain away her significance.
In this piece, entitled "French Face A Battle To Control Parliament" and published on page A14 of today's national edition, the spineless little weasels at the Times try to make it appear like MLP is not a serious contender, but instead on equal heading with the shit-talking far-leftist ("France can not exist without the Arabs and Berbers from North Africa") media darling Jean-Luc Mélenchon :
The New York Times: When They're Not Fucking Up The News Over Here, They're Doing It Over There, Since 1931.