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From my column in this week in Taki’s Magazine:

In last Sunday’s first round elections, the National Front came in first in six of thirteen regions. That includes the regions won by the three main celebrity candidates of the National Front: Marine Le Pen, her 34-year-old strategist Floriant Philippot, and her 25-year-old niece and potential rival Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (who looks remarkably like Lisa Kudrow’s Phoebe on Friends circa 1995).

Marion is closer politically and personally to her swashbuckling grandfather Jean-Marie Le Pen (who served as a second in the last duel fought in France in 1958). Earlier this year, Marine—a serious, Paris-is-well-worth-a-mass personality—had her own 87-year-old father thrown out of the party he had founded for going Off Message.

Read the whole thing there.

Commenter Lot says:

It is possible that Florian Philippot will be the only FN candidate to win in three days.

The Socialists have dropped out of the races against both Mlles. Le Pen, so that leaves [the National Front] in the worst possible position: two-way races against only a center-right candidate.

The Socialists have not dropped out in Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine, population about 5 million. That will be a three way race. The first round result was:

Florian Philippot FN 36.06%
Philippe Richert Repub. 25.83
Jean-Pierre Masseret Socialist 16.11

Eliminated from the second round:
Center-Green parties 7.84
Left-Green parties 6.70
Conservative parties 5.98
Socialist parties 4.55

If you give the socialists the minor left party vote, and the Republicans the entire center-green vote, the result is

FN 36.06
R 33.67
S 27.36

FN still leads.

The two conservative minor parties are nationalist, anti-immigration and want to leave the EU. Even giving the Republicans 2/3 of them (very unlikely) and FN 1/3, FN still wins.

Philippot is (I presume) gay, which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.

 
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  1. OT- Mark Steyn’s testimony today before the SUB-COMMITTEE ON
    SPACE, SCIENCE AND COMPETITIVENESS OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @TangoMan

    Most fun I've had all week was watching the estimable Steyn bitch-slapping my very junior Senator, Ed Markey(D-Short Bus).

  2. anon • Disclaimer says:

    My favorite response to Front National’s electoral victory was Sarkozy’s response that he understands the “exasperation of all those who are afraid that their identity and way of life is being treated with disdain”.

    Well, better late than never, Nicolas.

    The fact that he doesn’t really intend to do anything about their “exasperation” makes it seem like an echo of your favorite DeGualle quote: “I have heard you.”.

  3. Lisa Kudrow was a good comedian in the Analyze This and That movies. Also in that HBO series The Comeback where she is a faded out of work actress. Funnier than that Syrian-American Jerry Seinfeld.

    Also as far as Jews from odd places- Someone is torching the construction sites of the mega mansions the Bukharan Jews like to build in Queens NYC

  4. She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion

    • Replies: @Bill B.
    @415 reasons

    Agreed. She was at some political meetings a couple of years ago, in simple cords and plain top, and I swear the wallpaper was bubbling.

    A more recent appearance:

    http://youtu.be/G_CKI8pEmZo

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    , @J1234
    @415 reasons


    She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion
     
    I don't think she looks that much like Lisa, really. Just sort of dresses or fixes her hair the same. And you're right, she's more attractive.
    , @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @415 reasons

    Second that, and true that! Unlike Kudrow, Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really French. Anyone know if Le Pen's family has Jewish roots? Cause that's usually what happens is that someone comes along and promptly states "Well you know, their family is really Jewish. Back in the day they had a Rothschild and some Greenbergs and presto, so its really no surprise that they're doing so well in politics, its all in the DNA."

    Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really Gallic and not Jewish though. Guess it is possible in France to have actual French gentile politicians in prominent positions.

    But man she is quite hot. Good enough to be Ralph Lauren model or something. Way prettier than Lauren Lauren Bush Lauren.

    Funny thing: This could be the face of the next Margaret Thatcher, the PM of France one day.

    Replies: @Chiron, @Marc, @Evocatus

  5. Ms. Maréchal-Le Pen is far more attractive than Lisa Kudrow, and might even have her own original nose.

  6. Divisions loom.

    As you mentioned, Marine Le Pen represents the Rust Belt.

    The dewy Marion is running in a southeastern region which is arguably the nicest place on earth.

    Nice, Cannes, Avignon, Grasse, Marseille, the French Riviera, almost anyplace you’d want to go outside of Paris — that is the area Marion will govern if she wins this weekend.

    Oh, and Marine’s region is the poorest in the country, while Marion’s is the third wealthiest.

    If the FN wins, intra-party conflict is guaranteed.

    • Replies: @anon
    @JA


    Nice, Cannes, Avignon, Grasse, Marseille, the French Riviera
     
    You don't know what you're talking about.

    After Paris, Marseille is probably the second most likely place the civil war will start.
  7. It was much easier to scare people about the dangers of the French far-right when it was lead by a former paratrooper from the wars of French Indochina and Algeria like old man Le Pen than two blonde girls.

    • Agree: TomSchmidt
  8. Steve’s on a roll with the European chicks.

  9. Its curious how a single family came to dominate the “far-right” in France, many people had the impression that Jean-Marie Le Pen was not really interested in being President and was more a professional provocator for the French establishment.

    • Replies: @snorlax
    @Chiron


    Its curious how a single family came to dominate the “far-right” in France
     
    Clinton, Bush, Kennedy, Roosevelt, Taft (big back in the day)...
  10. How will they prevent the neocon lobby from taking over the party?

    • Replies: @Chiron
    @rvg

    The Neocons have a very firm anti-Russia stance and the Front National is bankrolled by Putin because no Bank or financial institution is giving money for the Le Pen family.

    Replies: @Bill

  11. anon • Disclaimer says:

    apparently a female Finnish cop got raped at a refugee center and the Finnish po-leece are covering it up – so crazy

    speaking of Trump-related issues – isn’t it crazy that all these GOP politicians support pre-emptively bombing the **** out of any country deemed a threat but stopping people immigrating is the sin of all sins.

    • Agree: Travis
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @anon


    isn’t it crazy that all these GOP politicians support pre-emptively bombing the **** out of any country deemed a threat but stopping people immigrating is the sin of all sins.
     
    It's a symptom of the deep sickness of western civilisation. The hypocrisy and madness and indeed out-and-out evil run deep on both ends of the political spectrum.

    Hurting people's feelings is bad and wrong and may be a crime, but killing women and children is A-OK.
  12. @JA
    Divisions loom.

    As you mentioned, Marine Le Pen represents the Rust Belt.

    The dewy Marion is running in a southeastern region which is arguably the nicest place on earth.

    Nice, Cannes, Avignon, Grasse, Marseille, the French Riviera, almost anyplace you'd want to go outside of Paris -- that is the area Marion will govern if she wins this weekend.

    Oh, and Marine's region is the poorest in the country, while Marion's is the third wealthiest.

    If the FN wins, intra-party conflict is guaranteed.

    Replies: @anon

    Nice, Cannes, Avignon, Grasse, Marseille, the French Riviera

    You don’t know what you’re talking about.

    After Paris, Marseille is probably the second most likely place the civil war will start.

  13. It is possible that Floriant Philippot will be the only FN candidate to win in three days.

    The Socialists have dropped out of the races against both Mlles. Le Pen, so that leaves them in the worst possible position: two-way races against only a center-right candidate.

    The Socialists have not dropped out in Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine, population about 5 million. That will be a three way race. The first round result was:

    Florian Philippot FN 36.06%
    Philippe Richert Repub. 25.83
    Jean-Pierre Masseret Socialist 16.11

    Eliminated from the second round:
    Center-Green parties 7.84
    Left-Green parties 6.70
    Conservative parties 5.98
    Socialist parties 4.55

    If you give the socialists the minor left party vote, and the Republicans the entire center-green vote, the result is

    FN 36.06
    R 33.67
    S 27.36

    FN still leads.

    The two conservative minor parties are nationalist, anti-immigration and want to leave the EU. Even giving the Republicans 2/3 of them (very unlikely) and FN 1/3, FN still wins.

  14. @anon
    apparently a female Finnish cop got raped at a refugee center and the Finnish po-leece are covering it up - so crazy

    speaking of Trump-related issues - isn't it crazy that all these GOP politicians support pre-emptively bombing the **** out of any country deemed a threat but stopping people immigrating is the sin of all sins.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    isn’t it crazy that all these GOP politicians support pre-emptively bombing the **** out of any country deemed a threat but stopping people immigrating is the sin of all sins.

    It’s a symptom of the deep sickness of western civilisation. The hypocrisy and madness and indeed out-and-out evil run deep on both ends of the political spectrum.

    Hurting people’s feelings is bad and wrong and may be a crime, but killing women and children is A-OK.

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
  15. @rvg
    How will they prevent the neocon lobby from taking over the party?

    Replies: @Chiron

    The Neocons have a very firm anti-Russia stance and the Front National is bankrolled by Putin because no Bank or financial institution is giving money for the Le Pen family.

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Chiron

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-"neocon" stance.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast

  16. @Chiron
    Its curious how a single family came to dominate the "far-right" in France, many people had the impression that Jean-Marie Le Pen was not really interested in being President and was more a professional provocator for the French establishment.

    Replies: @snorlax

    Its curious how a single family came to dominate the “far-right” in France

    Clinton, Bush, Kennedy, Roosevelt, Taft (big back in the day)…

  17. Just from watching the French news, which is exceedingly left-leaning, one is struck by how many Socialist voters interviewed are saying the will not vote for the right (UMP /The Republicans) and will instead either not vote or leave a blank vote. The regional governments are not all that important and so we may not see a repeat of the 2002 Presidential election where the Socialists massively voted right. In other words the FN might even win four regions.

    The Marine / Marion split is natural and will not cause a crisis. The Front National has to walk a delicate line between using laïcité as an excuse to attack Islam while at the same time prying tribal Cathos away from the cucked-Right. The South is far more Catholic and wealthy so Marion has adapted her pitch to them. The North is working class and secular, traditionally Catholiscim in France is associated with the elite. Marine Le Pen has to convince these workers that she is not a crypto-Catholic that will turn on them as soon as she gets power.

    • Replies: @5371
    @Shine a Light

    No. The Mediterranean coast is traditionally as anti-Catholic as any part of the country, while along the north-eastern border - Franche-Comté, Alsace, Lorraine and Flandre - Catholicism was relatively strong.

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

  18. @Shine a Light
    Just from watching the French news, which is exceedingly left-leaning, one is struck by how many Socialist voters interviewed are saying the will not vote for the right (UMP /The Republicans) and will instead either not vote or leave a blank vote. The regional governments are not all that important and so we may not see a repeat of the 2002 Presidential election where the Socialists massively voted right. In other words the FN might even win four regions.

    The Marine / Marion split is natural and will not cause a crisis. The Front National has to walk a delicate line between using laïcité as an excuse to attack Islam while at the same time prying tribal Cathos away from the cucked-Right. The South is far more Catholic and wealthy so Marion has adapted her pitch to them. The North is working class and secular, traditionally Catholiscim in France is associated with the elite. Marine Le Pen has to convince these workers that she is not a crypto-Catholic that will turn on them as soon as she gets power.

    Replies: @5371

    No. The Mediterranean coast is traditionally as anti-Catholic as any part of the country, while along the north-eastern border – Franche-Comté, Alsace, Lorraine and Flandre – Catholicism was relatively strong.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @5371

    Yes, but that doesn't mean that the Mediterranean coast is pro-immigrant, especially in light of 2015 events in France. Perhaps the NF can do well there all things considered. The location of the Camp of the Saints had better wake up on Sunday and vote for the Kudrow lite in order to save their nation.

    Can't get over it, its like she's a great-niece of Brigitte Bardot or something, in an upscale non-slutty kind of way. Yowsa.

    Maybe in the Mediterranean area, her looks won't hurt her but only serve to help her. Don't they have nude beaches in that region? Might bring some men voters over to the FN cause with her potentially representing that district.

    Replies: @L. Beau Macaroni, @5371

  19. Ezra Levant from the Right Wing Canadian website The Rebel, interviewed a lot of French Leftists right after the Paris attacks. There was a French Liberal who told Ezra that Christianity is just as violent as Islam. He used the Mexican drug cartels as an example of Christians who commit senseless barbaric violence.

    What an extremely retarded example. Last time I checked power and money is what drives Mexican drug cartels to murder people, not Christianity. Mexican drug cartels do not chop people’s heads off, hang dead bodies on highways and cut off body parts because they believe Jesus Christ and God told them to do it.

    Mexican drug cartels are not going around murdering people for being Atheists, pro-gay marriage, and or pro-abortion. What’s next, classify The Hell’s Angels as a Christian gang? Classify the Crips and The Bloods as a Christian gang? Classify MS-13 as a Christian gang? Classify Cosa Nostra as a Christian gang?

    • Replies: @NOTA
    @Jefferson

    There are great examples of Christianity-driven violence, mostly pretty far in the past (say, the thirty years' war or the crusades. But the Irish and Lebanese can provide some more recent examples.

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Jefferson


    What an extremely retarded example.
     
    Yes, who could even conceive of "an extremely retarded example" coming from the left. Brutality, torture, terror and tyranny are the characteristics of the Democrats (cf. all members of the Democrat Party), the Liberals (Hillary, Shoe-mer, George W. Bush, Marco Rubio, and the Left (Bernie Sanders, Oback Barometer, Conyers, etc.). If you imagine a rational human being, then remove accountability, adherence to the lessons of experience, and conformance to the laws of logic, you get a Democrate/Liberal/Leftist.
  20. The Mexican drug cartels pretty much violate all of The Ten Commandments every single day. So they are definitely not an organization influenced by Christianity.

  21. Lucky French.

    Let’s not forget that the USA will soon have Melania as First Lady.

    Life is looking better than I thought six months ago.

  22. The megaphone holders are insisting that the National Front’s success is due to Marine’s move to the center, but the results belie this. Unlike Marine, Marion remains staunchly pro-life, opposes gay marriage, and has not distanced herself from Jean-Marie, and yet Marion did just as well as Marine in the first round of voting. She may do better than her aunt in the second round, picking up votes from minor right wing parties.

    Was the entire Marine / Jean-Marie spat staged for tactical reasons?

    Are the socialists deliberately allowing Philippot to win in Alsace, hoping he will takeover the National Front from the Le Pens and transform it into another useless mainstream party?

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @John Gruskos

    Please answer the questions you have raised.

  23. @415 reasons
    She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion

    Replies: @Bill B., @J1234, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Agreed. She was at some political meetings a couple of years ago, in simple cords and plain top, and I swear the wallpaper was bubbling.

    A more recent appearance:

    http://youtu.be/G_CKI8pEmZo

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bill B.

    This is European beauty, something simultaneously coveted and denied by other races, ethnicities and "religions." (They all provice a profitable market for blonde hair bleaches and plastic surgery, nose jobs, etc... Trying to look like us while demanding we open everything to them. There is some good armchair psychology here.)

    Replies: @Bill

  24. @415 reasons
    She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion

    Replies: @Bill B., @J1234, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion

    I don’t think she looks that much like Lisa, really. Just sort of dresses or fixes her hair the same. And you’re right, she’s more attractive.

  25. Philippot is (I presume) gay, which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.

    Hey it’s the majority status amongst politicians of the American right.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Truth

    What a shock coming from you, Truth! Weren't you the guy who said, just a couple of days ago, that you stopped finding gay jokes amusing when you were around ten?

    It's getting so that I can't believe a word you say anymore.

  26. @415 reasons
    She is way hotter than Lisa Kudrow in my opinion

    Replies: @Bill B., @J1234, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Second that, and true that! Unlike Kudrow, Ms. Le Pen looks like she’s really French. Anyone know if Le Pen’s family has Jewish roots? Cause that’s usually what happens is that someone comes along and promptly states “Well you know, their family is really Jewish. Back in the day they had a Rothschild and some Greenbergs and presto, so its really no surprise that they’re doing so well in politics, its all in the DNA.”

    Ms. Le Pen looks like she’s really Gallic and not Jewish though. Guess it is possible in France to have actual French gentile politicians in prominent positions.

    But man she is quite hot. Good enough to be Ralph Lauren model or something. Way prettier than Lauren Lauren Bush Lauren.

    Funny thing: This could be the face of the next Margaret Thatcher, the PM of France one day.

    • Replies: @Chiron
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    There is a Conspiracy that Marion's real father is Roger Auques, a journalist and diplomat that has admitted in working for the Mossad.

    Replies: @franktremb

    , @Marc
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    France has historically been the crossroads of Europe, so every Continental phenotype is well represented depending on the region.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Evocatus
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Jean-Marie Le Pen come from Brittany in northwest France. Bretons are descended from Romanized Celts from Britain who came to France after the Roman Empire collapsed and the Anglo-Saxons began invading the island. The Celtic Breton language is closely related to Welsh. Incidentally the name Le Pen comes from the Breton word penn for "head" or "chieftain," which has the same meaning in Welsh and is a cognate to the Irish/Scottish Gaelic word ceann (British Celts tended to retain the "p" sound while Gaelic Celts transformed it into a hard "c" sound)

  27. @5371
    @Shine a Light

    No. The Mediterranean coast is traditionally as anti-Catholic as any part of the country, while along the north-eastern border - Franche-Comté, Alsace, Lorraine and Flandre - Catholicism was relatively strong.

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Yes, but that doesn’t mean that the Mediterranean coast is pro-immigrant, especially in light of 2015 events in France. Perhaps the NF can do well there all things considered. The location of the Camp of the Saints had better wake up on Sunday and vote for the Kudrow lite in order to save their nation.

    Can’t get over it, its like she’s a great-niece of Brigitte Bardot or something, in an upscale non-slutty kind of way. Yowsa.

    Maybe in the Mediterranean area, her looks won’t hurt her but only serve to help her. Don’t they have nude beaches in that region? Might bring some men voters over to the FN cause with her potentially representing that district.

    • Replies: @L. Beau Macaroni
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Brigitte Bardot in an upscale, less-slutty kind of way = Catherine Deneuve
    Amirite?

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    , @5371
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Absolutely. The new political geography induced by the immigration invasion is stronger than, and overlays, the old one based on the strength of Catholicism. Only in those areas that have not yet been invaded do the old factors still determine.

  28. Lisa Kudrow is married to a French Jew. Given how much that particular community has suffered as a result of mass Muslim migration, it’s conceivable that this satirical headline might be literally true one day.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Kudrow#Personal_life

    • Replies: @a reader
    @RomanCandle

    On May 27, 1995, Kudrow married Michel Stern, a French advertising executive.

    Is he her uncle?

  29. “Florian Philippot” sounds like a name P.G. Wodehouse would give a gay character.

  30. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @415 reasons

    Second that, and true that! Unlike Kudrow, Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really French. Anyone know if Le Pen's family has Jewish roots? Cause that's usually what happens is that someone comes along and promptly states "Well you know, their family is really Jewish. Back in the day they had a Rothschild and some Greenbergs and presto, so its really no surprise that they're doing so well in politics, its all in the DNA."

    Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really Gallic and not Jewish though. Guess it is possible in France to have actual French gentile politicians in prominent positions.

    But man she is quite hot. Good enough to be Ralph Lauren model or something. Way prettier than Lauren Lauren Bush Lauren.

    Funny thing: This could be the face of the next Margaret Thatcher, the PM of France one day.

    Replies: @Chiron, @Marc, @Evocatus

    There is a Conspiracy that Marion’s real father is Roger Auques, a journalist and diplomat that has admitted in working for the Mossad.

    • Replies: @franktremb
    @Chiron

    It's not a conspiracy. Before his death, Roger Auque wrote an autobiography admitting to be Marion's biological father. Marion was adopted by Yann Le Pen's future husband, Samuel Maréchal, when she was a toddler.

    I don't know why Auque didn't made his former relationship with Yann Le Pen known or recognize the paternity of his daughter. But I'm guessing doing so would have been a career ending move. Sarkozy would not have named him ambassador if it was known he was the father of Jean-Marie Le Pen grandchild, for example.

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/politique/2015/02/06/01002-20150206ARTFIG00124-les-confidences-posthumes-de-l-ex-otage-au-liban-roger-auque.php

    Replies: @Chiron, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

  31. The FT had an interview with Jean Le Pen about six months ago, “Lunch with the FT” that runs on Saturdays. He essentially copped to being a honeypot for the Right under the ENArchs. That he was in it for the money not power. The reverse with his daughter. Also Trump.

  32. @Bill B.
    @415 reasons

    Agreed. She was at some political meetings a couple of years ago, in simple cords and plain top, and I swear the wallpaper was bubbling.

    A more recent appearance:

    http://youtu.be/G_CKI8pEmZo

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    This is European beauty, something simultaneously coveted and denied by other races, ethnicities and “religions.” (They all provice a profitable market for blonde hair bleaches and plastic surgery, nose jobs, etc… Trying to look like us while demanding we open everything to them. There is some good armchair psychology here.)

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I'm pretty sure that chick is not unfamiliar with blonde hair bleaches.

  33. @Jefferson
    Ezra Levant from the Right Wing Canadian website The Rebel, interviewed a lot of French Leftists right after the Paris attacks. There was a French Liberal who told Ezra that Christianity is just as violent as Islam. He used the Mexican drug cartels as an example of Christians who commit senseless barbaric violence.

    What an extremely retarded example. Last time I checked power and money is what drives Mexican drug cartels to murder people, not Christianity. Mexican drug cartels do not chop people's heads off, hang dead bodies on highways and cut off body parts because they believe Jesus Christ and God told them to do it.

    Mexican drug cartels are not going around murdering people for being Atheists, pro-gay marriage, and or pro-abortion. What's next, classify The Hell's Angels as a Christian gang? Classify the Crips and The Bloods as a Christian gang? Classify MS-13 as a Christian gang? Classify Cosa Nostra as a Christian gang?

    Replies: @NOTA, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    There are great examples of Christianity-driven violence, mostly pretty far in the past (say, the thirty years’ war or the crusades. But the Irish and Lebanese can provide some more recent examples.

  34. Haven’t had access to American TV since about 1962 so I had no idea who Lisa Kudrow even was… but interesting that her Wiki page should mention that when she was sixteen, living in Tarzana, CA, she had rhinoplasty. So touché to that Nazi who mentioned that here awhile ago.

    When I was sixteen, I was gaga in love with an unobtainable (i.e., a couple years ahead of my Long Island, NY high school class) Italian-American girl, who had a magnificent beak like a sculpted marble Roman senator. Then she had a nose job and came out looking like a brunette Doris Day. Arrrggghhh!

  35. which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.

    Steve, Where’s that coming from?

    Also, where are the right-wing girls in the US? (I’m not talking about the ones that go to ISI conferences…) Ann Coulter is sui generis?

    • Replies: @anon
    @Chrisnonymous

    "Conservative" politicians are filtered by donors and the donors like pedophiles and closet homosexuals because they can be controlled.

    IIRC a gay conservative ex-politician now media pundit estimated it at 1/3 of UK conservative pols.

  36. The excerpt from the NYT with all the scare quotes was hilarious. It reminded me of the famous Chris Farley bit from SNL. Here’s a reaction gif version:

  37. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @415 reasons

    Second that, and true that! Unlike Kudrow, Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really French. Anyone know if Le Pen's family has Jewish roots? Cause that's usually what happens is that someone comes along and promptly states "Well you know, their family is really Jewish. Back in the day they had a Rothschild and some Greenbergs and presto, so its really no surprise that they're doing so well in politics, its all in the DNA."

    Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really Gallic and not Jewish though. Guess it is possible in France to have actual French gentile politicians in prominent positions.

    But man she is quite hot. Good enough to be Ralph Lauren model or something. Way prettier than Lauren Lauren Bush Lauren.

    Funny thing: This could be the face of the next Margaret Thatcher, the PM of France one day.

    Replies: @Chiron, @Marc, @Evocatus

    France has historically been the crossroads of Europe, so every Continental phenotype is well represented depending on the region.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Marc



    France has historically been the crossroads of Europe, so every Continental phenotype is well represented depending on the region.

     

    Lothrop Stoddard's chapter on the country in his Racial Realities in Europe was titled "Composite France.
  38. Philippot is (I presume) gay, which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.

    Unsurprising given the not-very-tolerant attitudes towards homosexuality possessed by the millions of Muslims that European leftists love to import. Any gay person with three brain cells to rub together would realize that an Islamic Europe would not be a very nice place for gays.

    • Replies: @Bill
    @AndrewR

    Would any gay person with three brain cells to rub together frequent bathhouses? Do lots of drugs? Bug chase? Kill themselves? I hear some people think gays are kinda self-destructive. That Ronald Raygun guy even thought they might be mentally ill.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  39. Germany needs migrants as workforce dwindles, but must pay for them
    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0TT24Z20151210

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @George

    Only today's excuse for a political class could ever get away with such a damned obvious lie and ridiculous, Mad Hatter contortion of logic.

    The simple point is that if 'worker' costs the state or employer or whomever more than the cash value of his measured output, he is, purely and simply NOT a worker.
    Basically, the best that can be said is that he is an actor being paid, for whatever reason, to impersonate a worker, in some sort of bizzare, ritualistic play-acting.

  40. Along with supporting far-right politics, I’ve noticed a lot of gays have a hard time accurately assessing which celebrities attractive women resemble.

  41. @Chrisnonymous

    which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.
     
    Steve, Where's that coming from?

    Also, where are the right-wing girls in the US? (I'm not talking about the ones that go to ISI conferences...) Ann Coulter is sui generis?

    Replies: @anon

    “Conservative” politicians are filtered by donors and the donors like pedophiles and closet homosexuals because they can be controlled.

    IIRC a gay conservative ex-politician now media pundit estimated it at 1/3 of UK conservative pols.

  42. @Chiron
    @rvg

    The Neocons have a very firm anti-Russia stance and the Front National is bankrolled by Putin because no Bank or financial institution is giving money for the Le Pen family.

    Replies: @Bill

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-“neocon” stance.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    @Bill

    I’m pretty sure that chick is not unfamiliar with blonde hair bleaches.

    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they're not unicorns.

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-”neocon” stance.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I'm guessing you think anyone using the word "neocons" really means "Jews" but hasn't got the guts to say it. Wrong.

    Replies: @Bill

  43. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @415 reasons

    Second that, and true that! Unlike Kudrow, Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really French. Anyone know if Le Pen's family has Jewish roots? Cause that's usually what happens is that someone comes along and promptly states "Well you know, their family is really Jewish. Back in the day they had a Rothschild and some Greenbergs and presto, so its really no surprise that they're doing so well in politics, its all in the DNA."

    Ms. Le Pen looks like she's really Gallic and not Jewish though. Guess it is possible in France to have actual French gentile politicians in prominent positions.

    But man she is quite hot. Good enough to be Ralph Lauren model or something. Way prettier than Lauren Lauren Bush Lauren.

    Funny thing: This could be the face of the next Margaret Thatcher, the PM of France one day.

    Replies: @Chiron, @Marc, @Evocatus

    Jean-Marie Le Pen come from Brittany in northwest France. Bretons are descended from Romanized Celts from Britain who came to France after the Roman Empire collapsed and the Anglo-Saxons began invading the island. The Celtic Breton language is closely related to Welsh. Incidentally the name Le Pen comes from the Breton word penn for “head” or “chieftain,” which has the same meaning in Welsh and is a cognate to the Irish/Scottish Gaelic word ceann (British Celts tended to retain the “p” sound while Gaelic Celts transformed it into a hard “c” sound)

  44. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bill B.

    This is European beauty, something simultaneously coveted and denied by other races, ethnicities and "religions." (They all provice a profitable market for blonde hair bleaches and plastic surgery, nose jobs, etc... Trying to look like us while demanding we open everything to them. There is some good armchair psychology here.)

    Replies: @Bill

    I’m pretty sure that chick is not unfamiliar with blonde hair bleaches.

  45. @AndrewR

    Philippot is (I presume) gay, which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.
     
    Unsurprising given the not-very-tolerant attitudes towards homosexuality possessed by the millions of Muslims that European leftists love to import. Any gay person with three brain cells to rub together would realize that an Islamic Europe would not be a very nice place for gays.

    Replies: @Bill

    Would any gay person with three brain cells to rub together frequent bathhouses? Do lots of drugs? Bug chase? Kill themselves? I hear some people think gays are kinda self-destructive. That Ronald Raygun guy even thought they might be mentally ill.

    • Agree: Stephen R. Diamond
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Bill

    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Bill

  46. Well see, all it took for the Left and the Right to begin working together is for someone to represent the people. All we need here in America to get the RINOs and the Soviets to work together is someone that doesn’t hate America and wants Americans to have a say in Government. Its so easy a Far Right Angry White Male like Hitler or Mussolini can do it. And he will if they cheat and don’t let these nice French hotties get what they want.
    What do you want for Christmas? How about Nationalist Barbie? Or you can wait for Springtime for Hitler and everyone the media hates.

  47. Are Greeks considered white by people here? What about Albanians and Syrian Sunnis?

  48. @Bill
    @Chiron

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-"neocon" stance.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast

    I’m pretty sure that chick is not unfamiliar with blonde hair bleaches.

    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-”neocon” stance.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I’m guessing you think anyone using the word “neocons” really means “Jews” but hasn’t got the guts to say it. Wrong.

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Cagey Beast


    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.
     
    Very true. She just isn't one of them.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I’m guessing you think anyone using the word “neocons” really means “Jews” but hasn’t got the guts to say it. Wrong.
     
    Yes, dear. I'm alluding to back in the day when the neocons defended themselves by screaming "anti-semite" any time someone uttered the word "neocon." The quotes in the original were supposed to tip you off. Putin is famously philo-semitic. Not amusing if I have to explain it, though.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  49. @Bill
    @AndrewR

    Would any gay person with three brain cells to rub together frequent bathhouses? Do lots of drugs? Bug chase? Kill themselves? I hear some people think gays are kinda self-destructive. That Ronald Raygun guy even thought they might be mentally ill.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @AndrewR



    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

     

    Yes, but you're allowed to criticize them. Even call them sick.
    , @Bill
    @AndrewR

    Relative to homos, there is an enormous shortage. Gargantuan. Indescribably large.

  50. According to the one wiki, this woman’s biological father was a French investigative journalist whose posthumous book said he was also a midEast freelancer for Mossad, also DGSI and CIA.

  51. @Truth

    Philippot is (I presume) gay, which is fairly common among politicians of the European right.
     
    Hey it's the majority status amongst politicians of the American right.

    Replies: @anon

    What a shock coming from you, Truth! Weren’t you the guy who said, just a couple of days ago, that you stopped finding gay jokes amusing when you were around ten?

    It’s getting so that I can’t believe a word you say anymore.

  52. @Jefferson
    Ezra Levant from the Right Wing Canadian website The Rebel, interviewed a lot of French Leftists right after the Paris attacks. There was a French Liberal who told Ezra that Christianity is just as violent as Islam. He used the Mexican drug cartels as an example of Christians who commit senseless barbaric violence.

    What an extremely retarded example. Last time I checked power and money is what drives Mexican drug cartels to murder people, not Christianity. Mexican drug cartels do not chop people's heads off, hang dead bodies on highways and cut off body parts because they believe Jesus Christ and God told them to do it.

    Mexican drug cartels are not going around murdering people for being Atheists, pro-gay marriage, and or pro-abortion. What's next, classify The Hell's Angels as a Christian gang? Classify the Crips and The Bloods as a Christian gang? Classify MS-13 as a Christian gang? Classify Cosa Nostra as a Christian gang?

    Replies: @NOTA, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    What an extremely retarded example.

    Yes, who could even conceive of “an extremely retarded example” coming from the left. Brutality, torture, terror and tyranny are the characteristics of the Democrats (cf. all members of the Democrat Party), the Liberals (Hillary, Shoe-mer, George W. Bush, Marco Rubio, and the Left (Bernie Sanders, Oback Barometer, Conyers, etc.). If you imagine a rational human being, then remove accountability, adherence to the lessons of experience, and conformance to the laws of logic, you get a Democrate/Liberal/Leftist.

  53. @John Gruskos
    The megaphone holders are insisting that the National Front's success is due to Marine's move to the center, but the results belie this. Unlike Marine, Marion remains staunchly pro-life, opposes gay marriage, and has not distanced herself from Jean-Marie, and yet Marion did just as well as Marine in the first round of voting. She may do better than her aunt in the second round, picking up votes from minor right wing parties.

    Was the entire Marine / Jean-Marie spat staged for tactical reasons?

    Are the socialists deliberately allowing Philippot to win in Alsace, hoping he will takeover the National Front from the Le Pens and transform it into another useless mainstream party?

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Please answer the questions you have raised.

  54. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @5371

    Yes, but that doesn't mean that the Mediterranean coast is pro-immigrant, especially in light of 2015 events in France. Perhaps the NF can do well there all things considered. The location of the Camp of the Saints had better wake up on Sunday and vote for the Kudrow lite in order to save their nation.

    Can't get over it, its like she's a great-niece of Brigitte Bardot or something, in an upscale non-slutty kind of way. Yowsa.

    Maybe in the Mediterranean area, her looks won't hurt her but only serve to help her. Don't they have nude beaches in that region? Might bring some men voters over to the FN cause with her potentially representing that district.

    Replies: @L. Beau Macaroni, @5371

    Brigitte Bardot in an upscale, less-slutty kind of way = Catherine Deneuve
    Amirite?

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @L. Beau Macaroni

    Yes! Catherine, always Catherine. The eternal classic beauty. What Ralph Lauren wouldn't have given to have had her model some of his clothes in the Euro market back in the day.

    Wonder why she never did more English language films? Have to say in honesty, the Umbrellas of Chambord (sp?) was a total waste. I mean, the French should've left making competent musicals to Hollywood. Come on. The whole idea of "lets sing every single word of the film" is stupid. Dumb. Idiotic. Words that you just don't ascribe to France in general. And Catherine wasn't Edith Piaf. Should've dubbed her singing.

    But Marion Le Pen's got a bright future. Some might try and say "Look at FN, how extremist it is etc" and then they trot out her and come on...why would someone that hot and fantastic looking be a part of something extremist? Just won't wash.

    It's like PJ O'Rourke said in Parliament of Whores "Notice how all the attractive babes are always part of the "in" movements, like yoga, vegetarianism, fitness, education, etc. But they're not here. They haven't turned out here at all."--he was referring to the homeless movement/demonstrations back in late 80s early 90s, in DC, how so few hot babes weren't part of the "movement" for the homeless.

    But FN? Wow. Marion's got a future.

    Go Marion! Oh, and of course Marriane too.

  55. @Marc
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    France has historically been the crossroads of Europe, so every Continental phenotype is well represented depending on the region.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    France has historically been the crossroads of Europe, so every Continental phenotype is well represented depending on the region.

    Lothrop Stoddard’s chapter on the country in his Racial Realities in Europe was titled “Composite France.

  56. @AndrewR
    @Bill

    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Bill

    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

    Yes, but you’re allowed to criticize them. Even call them sick.

    • Agree: AndrewR
  57. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @5371

    Yes, but that doesn't mean that the Mediterranean coast is pro-immigrant, especially in light of 2015 events in France. Perhaps the NF can do well there all things considered. The location of the Camp of the Saints had better wake up on Sunday and vote for the Kudrow lite in order to save their nation.

    Can't get over it, its like she's a great-niece of Brigitte Bardot or something, in an upscale non-slutty kind of way. Yowsa.

    Maybe in the Mediterranean area, her looks won't hurt her but only serve to help her. Don't they have nude beaches in that region? Might bring some men voters over to the FN cause with her potentially representing that district.

    Replies: @L. Beau Macaroni, @5371

    Absolutely. The new political geography induced by the immigration invasion is stronger than, and overlays, the old one based on the strength of Catholicism. Only in those areas that have not yet been invaded do the old factors still determine.

  58. @Chiron
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    There is a Conspiracy that Marion's real father is Roger Auques, a journalist and diplomat that has admitted in working for the Mossad.

    Replies: @franktremb

    It’s not a conspiracy. Before his death, Roger Auque wrote an autobiography admitting to be Marion’s biological father. Marion was adopted by Yann Le Pen’s future husband, Samuel Maréchal, when she was a toddler.

    I don’t know why Auque didn’t made his former relationship with Yann Le Pen known or recognize the paternity of his daughter. But I’m guessing doing so would have been a career ending move. Sarkozy would not have named him ambassador if it was known he was the father of Jean-Marie Le Pen grandchild, for example.

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/politique/2015/02/06/01002-20150206ARTFIG00124-les-confidences-posthumes-de-l-ex-otage-au-liban-roger-auque.php

    • Replies: @Chiron
    @franktremb

    The History of Auques working formate Mossad:

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4627312,00.html

    Seems a sleazy character, I expect Sarkozy to admit being a Mossad agent in his deathbed.

    , @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @franktremb

    So basically, you're trying to say that its possible that Marion is part Jewish, is that what this is? Somewhere somehow in politics it seems to come back to "And you know of course that so and so is..." Is that really what this is all about? Seriously?

    Replies: @franktremb

    , @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @franktremb

    And right on cue.

    You know of course that without a blood test there's no 100% ironclad proof so the late Auque could've been wrong.

    What's the saying by Freud? "Sometimes a cigar is a cigar is a cigar." Maybe in this case, she's really Gallic French.

    Unless the FN is putting that emphasizing that recently in light of Jean-Marie's fairly recent remarks regarding Judaism, Jews in general, etc.

  59. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @George
    Germany needs migrants as workforce dwindles, but must pay for them
    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0TT24Z20151210

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Only today’s excuse for a political class could ever get away with such a damned obvious lie and ridiculous, Mad Hatter contortion of logic.

    The simple point is that if ‘worker’ costs the state or employer or whomever more than the cash value of his measured output, he is, purely and simply NOT a worker.
    Basically, the best that can be said is that he is an actor being paid, for whatever reason, to impersonate a worker, in some sort of bizzare, ritualistic play-acting.

  60. @franktremb
    @Chiron

    It's not a conspiracy. Before his death, Roger Auque wrote an autobiography admitting to be Marion's biological father. Marion was adopted by Yann Le Pen's future husband, Samuel Maréchal, when she was a toddler.

    I don't know why Auque didn't made his former relationship with Yann Le Pen known or recognize the paternity of his daughter. But I'm guessing doing so would have been a career ending move. Sarkozy would not have named him ambassador if it was known he was the father of Jean-Marie Le Pen grandchild, for example.

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/politique/2015/02/06/01002-20150206ARTFIG00124-les-confidences-posthumes-de-l-ex-otage-au-liban-roger-auque.php

    Replies: @Chiron, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    The History of Auques working formate Mossad:

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4627312,00.html

    Seems a sleazy character, I expect Sarkozy to admit being a Mossad agent in his deathbed.

  61. French resident here. Yes, Florian Philippot is most definitely a homosexual as he himself publicly confirmed after Closer published pictures of him on holiday with his boyfriend, and yes, homosexuality is quite common in male political activists on the European right and is increasingly ubiquitous on the far right. (That is one reason I do not campaign much anymore.) Most of what I’m suggesting are speculations, but if I had to guess, it has to do with:

    1. The dogmatic adherence of the left to post-structuralism, which makes it the natural allies of feminists, lesbians and Muslims. Women and Arabs don’t make natural allies of gay men, and European homosexuals are more perceptive of this reality than are their North American counterparts.
    2. The animating force of conservative and far-right parties is more amenable to militaristic and virile tendencies in general, and since feminism and post-structuralism tend to predominate on the left (even among the men) “passive”-type homosexuals (as most right-wing gay activists are judging from what I have witnessed at FNJ meetings) are romantically attracted to the right in the hopes of getting an “in” which they can exploit to find more “manly” men.

    Some such activists are supportive of gay marriage but do not accord it priority status; others do not militate for gay marriage and even formally take a stand against it, considering the bureaucratic rubber-stamp on those shackups that last more than three days not to be worth sacrificing alliances with the Catholic/family-oriented wings of the right.

    • Replies: @Bill B.
    @Nico

    OK.

    But also:

    1) Politics is incredibly demanding of one's time. Gays do not, typically, have children.

    2) Because gays do not have children they can especially invested in the idea of the nation.

    Replies: @Nico

  62. @TangoMan
    OT- Mark Steyn's testimony today before the SUB-COMMITTEE ON
    SPACE, SCIENCE AND COMPETITIVENESS OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    Most fun I’ve had all week was watching the estimable Steyn bitch-slapping my very junior Senator, Ed Markey(D-Short Bus).

  63. @L. Beau Macaroni
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Brigitte Bardot in an upscale, less-slutty kind of way = Catherine Deneuve
    Amirite?

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Yes! Catherine, always Catherine. The eternal classic beauty. What Ralph Lauren wouldn’t have given to have had her model some of his clothes in the Euro market back in the day.

    Wonder why she never did more English language films? Have to say in honesty, the Umbrellas of Chambord (sp?) was a total waste. I mean, the French should’ve left making competent musicals to Hollywood. Come on. The whole idea of “lets sing every single word of the film” is stupid. Dumb. Idiotic. Words that you just don’t ascribe to France in general. And Catherine wasn’t Edith Piaf. Should’ve dubbed her singing.

    But Marion Le Pen’s got a bright future. Some might try and say “Look at FN, how extremist it is etc” and then they trot out her and come on…why would someone that hot and fantastic looking be a part of something extremist? Just won’t wash.

    It’s like PJ O’Rourke said in Parliament of Whores “Notice how all the attractive babes are always part of the “in” movements, like yoga, vegetarianism, fitness, education, etc. But they’re not here. They haven’t turned out here at all.”–he was referring to the homeless movement/demonstrations back in late 80s early 90s, in DC, how so few hot babes weren’t part of the “movement” for the homeless.

    But FN? Wow. Marion’s got a future.

    Go Marion! Oh, and of course Marriane too.

  64. @franktremb
    @Chiron

    It's not a conspiracy. Before his death, Roger Auque wrote an autobiography admitting to be Marion's biological father. Marion was adopted by Yann Le Pen's future husband, Samuel Maréchal, when she was a toddler.

    I don't know why Auque didn't made his former relationship with Yann Le Pen known or recognize the paternity of his daughter. But I'm guessing doing so would have been a career ending move. Sarkozy would not have named him ambassador if it was known he was the father of Jean-Marie Le Pen grandchild, for example.

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/politique/2015/02/06/01002-20150206ARTFIG00124-les-confidences-posthumes-de-l-ex-otage-au-liban-roger-auque.php

    Replies: @Chiron, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    So basically, you’re trying to say that its possible that Marion is part Jewish, is that what this is? Somewhere somehow in politics it seems to come back to “And you know of course that so and so is…” Is that really what this is all about? Seriously?

    • Replies: @franktremb
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    No, Roger Auque was not Jewish but was a Mossad informant in the 80's. All I was saying is that it's now public that he is Marion Maréchal-Le Pen biological father.

  65. @franktremb
    @Chiron

    It's not a conspiracy. Before his death, Roger Auque wrote an autobiography admitting to be Marion's biological father. Marion was adopted by Yann Le Pen's future husband, Samuel Maréchal, when she was a toddler.

    I don't know why Auque didn't made his former relationship with Yann Le Pen known or recognize the paternity of his daughter. But I'm guessing doing so would have been a career ending move. Sarkozy would not have named him ambassador if it was known he was the father of Jean-Marie Le Pen grandchild, for example.

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/politique/2015/02/06/01002-20150206ARTFIG00124-les-confidences-posthumes-de-l-ex-otage-au-liban-roger-auque.php

    Replies: @Chiron, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi, @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    And right on cue.

    You know of course that without a blood test there’s no 100% ironclad proof so the late Auque could’ve been wrong.

    What’s the saying by Freud? “Sometimes a cigar is a cigar is a cigar.” Maybe in this case, she’s really Gallic French.

    Unless the FN is putting that emphasizing that recently in light of Jean-Marie’s fairly recent remarks regarding Judaism, Jews in general, etc.

  66. OT:

    From ISIS to ISIL to Islamic State, and now, Daesh.

    Daesh??? How do you even pronounce it? What kind of game are our feckless leaders playing?

  67. @AndrewR
    @Bill

    No shortage of straights live reckless lifestyles.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Bill

    Relative to homos, there is an enormous shortage. Gargantuan. Indescribably large.

  68. @Cagey Beast
    @Bill

    I’m pretty sure that chick is not unfamiliar with blonde hair bleaches.

    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they're not unicorns.

    Putin, however, does not have a very firm anti-”neocon” stance.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I'm guessing you think anyone using the word "neocons" really means "Jews" but hasn't got the guts to say it. Wrong.

    Replies: @Bill

    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.

    Very true. She just isn’t one of them.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I’m guessing you think anyone using the word “neocons” really means “Jews” but hasn’t got the guts to say it. Wrong.

    Yes, dear. I’m alluding to back in the day when the neocons defended themselves by screaming “anti-semite” any time someone uttered the word “neocon.” The quotes in the original were supposed to tip you off. Putin is famously philo-semitic. Not amusing if I have to explain it, though.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Bill

    " People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.

    Very true. She just isn’t one of them."

    Plus her eyes are brown, which pretty much eliminates the possibility of her being a natural blonde as an adult.

    I have never met a brown eyed Caucasian adult who is a natural blonde. Maybe it is common among Melanesians, but not among brown eyed Caucasians.

    Caucasian adults who did not lose their blondness during childhood and are still natural blondes as adults either have blue eyes or green eyes.

    I have a female Italian cousin in Long Island, New Yawk who has brown eyes and blonde hair, fake blonde hair that is. Her natural hair color is as dark as that of Fran Drescher from The Nanny.

  69. Here’s a video of her back in October. At the 10 minute mark Marion looks quite cute as she chats with local farmers while carrying a lamb like a baby:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=aQBAydWNBMo#t=599

    One of the farmers tells her that some lambs have recently been attacked by crows and another one talks about how hard it is to get permission from the local ecologists to shoot wolves.

    Underneath another YouTube video of Marion Le Pen in Moscow entitled “Real threat not Assad but Islamic State – Marion Le Pen ” one of the highly voted comments is: “she’s hot… and totally right about everything.” That about covers it.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @Cagey Beast

    You know, she kinda looks like Julie Johnston, a member of the US Women's Soccer Team. And Julie Johnston is very hot looking.

    Funny how we don't think of French women as normally being blonde/fair haired. Of course, the Norsemen who conquered Normandy were from Scandinavia.

    Replies: @reiner Tor

  70. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @franktremb

    So basically, you're trying to say that its possible that Marion is part Jewish, is that what this is? Somewhere somehow in politics it seems to come back to "And you know of course that so and so is..." Is that really what this is all about? Seriously?

    Replies: @franktremb

    No, Roger Auque was not Jewish but was a Mossad informant in the 80’s. All I was saying is that it’s now public that he is Marion Maréchal-Le Pen biological father.

  71. @Cagey Beast
    Here's a video of her back in October. At the 10 minute mark Marion looks quite cute as she chats with local farmers while carrying a lamb like a baby:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=aQBAydWNBMo#t=599

    One of the farmers tells her that some lambs have recently been attacked by crows and another one talks about how hard it is to get permission from the local ecologists to shoot wolves.


    Underneath another YouTube video of Marion Le Pen in Moscow entitled "Real threat not Assad but Islamic State - Marion Le Pen " one of the highly voted comments is: "she's hot... and totally right about everything." That about covers it.

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    You know, she kinda looks like Julie Johnston, a member of the US Women’s Soccer Team. And Julie Johnston is very hot looking.

    Funny how we don’t think of French women as normally being blonde/fair haired. Of course, the Norsemen who conquered Normandy were from Scandinavia.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    And the Franks - who gave the country its name - were essentially Germans.

  72. @RomanCandle
    Lisa Kudrow is married to a French Jew. Given how much that particular community has suffered as a result of mass Muslim migration, it's conceivable that this satirical headline might be literally true one day.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Kudrow#Personal_life

    Replies: @a reader

    On May 27, 1995, Kudrow married Michel Stern, a French advertising executive.

    Is he her uncle?

  73. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @Cagey Beast

    You know, she kinda looks like Julie Johnston, a member of the US Women's Soccer Team. And Julie Johnston is very hot looking.

    Funny how we don't think of French women as normally being blonde/fair haired. Of course, the Norsemen who conquered Normandy were from Scandinavia.

    Replies: @reiner Tor

    And the Franks – who gave the country its name – were essentially Germans.

  74. @Nico
    French resident here. Yes, Florian Philippot is most definitely a homosexual as he himself publicly confirmed after Closer published pictures of him on holiday with his boyfriend, and yes, homosexuality is quite common in male political activists on the European right and is increasingly ubiquitous on the far right. (That is one reason I do not campaign much anymore.) Most of what I'm suggesting are speculations, but if I had to guess, it has to do with:

    1. The dogmatic adherence of the left to post-structuralism, which makes it the natural allies of feminists, lesbians and Muslims. Women and Arabs don't make natural allies of gay men, and European homosexuals are more perceptive of this reality than are their North American counterparts.
    2. The animating force of conservative and far-right parties is more amenable to militaristic and virile tendencies in general, and since feminism and post-structuralism tend to predominate on the left (even among the men) "passive"-type homosexuals (as most right-wing gay activists are judging from what I have witnessed at FNJ meetings) are romantically attracted to the right in the hopes of getting an "in" which they can exploit to find more "manly" men.

    Some such activists are supportive of gay marriage but do not accord it priority status; others do not militate for gay marriage and even formally take a stand against it, considering the bureaucratic rubber-stamp on those shackups that last more than three days not to be worth sacrificing alliances with the Catholic/family-oriented wings of the right.

    Replies: @Bill B.

    OK.

    But also:

    1) Politics is incredibly demanding of one’s time. Gays do not, typically, have children.

    2) Because gays do not have children they can especially invested in the idea of the nation.

    • Replies: @Nico
    @Bill B.


    1) Politics is incredibly demanding of one’s time. Gays do not, typically, have children.

    2) Because gays do not have children they can especially invested in the idea of the nation.
     
    Yes, absolutely, you are correct, and this ties back into the particular and in some respects disproportionate social and cultural contributions of androgynes, more generally.

    Nevertheless, low or absent fecundity does not explain why, in some parts at least, homosexuals are more readily in the public eye on the right rather than on the left (apart from specific pet SJW causes).
  75. @Bill
    @Cagey Beast


    People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.
     
    Very true. She just isn't one of them.

    Putin is clearly and strongly against the neocon agenda so I’m guessing you think anyone using the word “neocons” really means “Jews” but hasn’t got the guts to say it. Wrong.
     
    Yes, dear. I'm alluding to back in the day when the neocons defended themselves by screaming "anti-semite" any time someone uttered the word "neocon." The quotes in the original were supposed to tip you off. Putin is famously philo-semitic. Not amusing if I have to explain it, though.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    ” People with natural blonde hair do actually exist; they’re not unicorns.

    Very true. She just isn’t one of them.”

    Plus her eyes are brown, which pretty much eliminates the possibility of her being a natural blonde as an adult.

    I have never met a brown eyed Caucasian adult who is a natural blonde. Maybe it is common among Melanesians, but not among brown eyed Caucasians.

    Caucasian adults who did not lose their blondness during childhood and are still natural blondes as adults either have blue eyes or green eyes.

    I have a female Italian cousin in Long Island, New Yawk who has brown eyes and blonde hair, fake blonde hair that is. Her natural hair color is as dark as that of Fran Drescher from The Nanny.

  76. @Bill B.
    @Nico

    OK.

    But also:

    1) Politics is incredibly demanding of one's time. Gays do not, typically, have children.

    2) Because gays do not have children they can especially invested in the idea of the nation.

    Replies: @Nico

    1) Politics is incredibly demanding of one’s time. Gays do not, typically, have children.

    2) Because gays do not have children they can especially invested in the idea of the nation.

    Yes, absolutely, you are correct, and this ties back into the particular and in some respects disproportionate social and cultural contributions of androgynes, more generally.

    Nevertheless, low or absent fecundity does not explain why, in some parts at least, homosexuals are more readily in the public eye on the right rather than on the left (apart from specific pet SJW causes).

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