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France Elects Emmanuel Macron

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It was funny to watch British media trying to play down Macron success. Apparently wining 65% of votes shows France being divided but somehow fucking Brexit with 51 to 49 is the will of the people. Give me a break.

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3 hours ago, pieciolot said:

It was funny to watch British media trying to play down Macron success. Apparently wining 65% of votes shows France being divided but somehow fucking Brexit with 51 to 49 is the will of the people. Give me a break.

ridiculous...

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5 hours ago, pieciolot said:

It was funny to watch British media trying to play down Macron success. Apparently wining 65% of votes shows France being divided but somehow fucking Brexit with 51 to 49 is the will of the people. Give me a break.

British media is as cunty as its owners. Look up the owners of major media outlets and you know what kind of cunt you are dealing with. Cunty manipulative media owners, cunty manipulated news in return. And most Brits, like those who voted leave for example, LOOOoove being told how to think and what to say, especially when lacking an education.

Anyway, fuck British media. I think the fact that Macron is a pro-Europe president is the main reason of concern, because if this millionaire Rothschild banker keeps his word, Brexit negotiations may not be a walk in the park for Brexit Britain with its take-back-control minions, and Brexit-means-Brexit human broken records. Leavers were hoping for a Le Pen win... because it would have played in favor of Brexit of course.

By the way, while a Macron win is better than a Le Pen one, that 33.9% Le Pen got is not something to underestimate. I am glad that I was wrong this time, as I really thought she would win but it ain't over... and there are far too many Le Pen people in that clan. If it ain't gonna be Marine Le Pen, possibly her fucking niece will take lead and I suspect it may as well be in the future. Eleven million (circa) voters in favor of Le Pen should not be taken lightly.

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Well, no wonder British media is a bit biased... things didn't go as expected

Resultado de imagen de brexit domino effect wrong

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:lmao:

Resultado de imagen de brexit domino effect wrong

 

And then, the French president enters the stage with the EUROPEAN HYMN :rotfl:

 

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On ‎08‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 3:44 AM, spazz said:

Amazing post xxl 👌🏻

 

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Shukran Spazz

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On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 0:47 PM, CzarnaWisnia said:

Exactly. The media has become a mouthpiece for the government in punishing Russia relentlessly (meanwhile no one in America knows anything about Russians or how they live their lives, or their culture, and why should they? these damned hysterical warrior-people!!!). The US is the one bombing foreign countries, while the principle of only attacking in response of an attack has long vanished (but it's still supposed to apply to every other country of course). Hopefully Macron will not submit to such barbarity but I have a feeling he'll go where the money goes, and that's never peaceful.

Totally :thumbsup:

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someone send this to M

not only is he talking about the ageism and sexism his wife is receiving compared to trump, he tackles on homophobia as well

EMMANUEL MACRON ADDRESSES THE WORLD'S OBSESSION WITH HIS WIFE'S AGE

 

He has blamed homophobia and misogyny for the treatment of his personal life in the press.

 
May 10, 2017
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The newly-elected President of France has addressed the international obsession with his wife's age. Emmanuel Macron has said that misogyny and homophobia were to blame for the speculation that he cannot be in love with his wife, who is 24 years his senior.

"If I had been 20 years older than my wife, nobody would have thought for a single second that I couldn't be [an intimate partner]," he told Le Parisien. "It's because she is 20 years older than me that lots of people say, 'This relationship can't be tenable, it can't be possible.'"

 

Macron married his wife Brigitte Trogneaux in 2007, when he was 29 and she was 54. The couple's age gap is actually exactly the same as that of President Trump and his wife Melania, although the difference in their ages has received much less attention.

Macron went on to say that speculation regarding the assumptions about his relationship were down to "misogyny" and people ascribing to the "traditional, homogenous" views about society. He explained that people who believe such rumors – that he must truly be a homosexual and cannot really be in love with his wife – had "lost their sense of reality" and had a "big problem with homosexuality." He described it as "rampant homophobia" that people are accusing him of being gay, as if it is a "hidden disease."

"There is a big problem with the presentation of society and how they see the place of a woman," he added.

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On 5/7/2017 at 8:27 PM, BrendanT1993 said:

Toutes nos félicitations, Emmanuel Macron. Vive la France! 🇫🇷

Great to see a centrist, progressive candidate triumph over far right populism. 

Politics needs more news like this.

Vote for what unites us, not what divides us.

Glad Trump -2.0 lost.

Except that's not exactly what happened. Yeah most people voted against Le Pen (and i'm glad for that) but they certainly weren't voting FOR Macron. Even at the first round of the election, 40% of people who voted Macron did so to avoid at all cost a second round between the right and the far right, like it happened in 2002. That election in 2002 was traumatic for the left and people were terrified it would happen again, as polls were showing for months. So they voted for the "less right wing" candidate for the second round, that's all.

Also the medias were pushing Macron HARD for more than a year, saying he was the candidate of "change", that only him could beat the Front National, that he was "young" and "dynamic"... It was extremely obvious that the medias and political establishment wanted to install Macron, since he was the candidate of Europe basically. This election was basically a remake of the US one, with Clinton (Macron) vs Trump (Le Pen). It only had a "happier" ending because of the way elections works in France. Le Pen never had a chance this year.

Most people are NOT celebrating right now, they're only relieved that Le Pen was defeated. But Macron is going to be an extremely unpopular president (he already is) because his extremely liberal program is not what most French people want. He's going to destroy social security, privatize everything and make Europe's control over France stronger. In others words, he's exactly the kind of politician that makes Le Pen and the Front National stronger in the long run. If there's no other alternative in 2022, Le Pen could possibly win the election because people will have enough. This is only a temporary "victory", and this "victory" will have bad consequences for the country. I'm really scared of the future.

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9 hours ago, madonnasuperfan01 said:

Except that's not exactly what happened. Yeah most people voted against Le Pen (and i'm glad for that) but they certainly weren't voting FOR Macron. Even at the first round of the election, 40% of people who voted Macron did so to avoid at all cost a second round between the right and the far right, like it happened in 2002. That election in 2002 was traumatic for the left and people were terrified it would happen again, as polls were showing for months. So they voted for the "less right wing" candidate for the second round, that's all.

Also the medias were pushing Macron HARD for more than a year, saying he was the candidate of "change", that only him could beat the Front National, that he was "young" and "dynamic"... It was extremely obvious that the medias and political establishment wanted to install Macron, since he was the candidate of Europe basically. This election was basically a remake of the US one, with Clinton (Macron) vs Trump (Le Pen). It only had a "happier" ending because of the way elections works in France. Le Pen never had a chance this year.

Most people are NOT celebrating right now, they're only relieved that Le Pen was defeated. But Macron is going to be an extremely unpopular president (he already is) because his extremely liberal program is not what most French people want. He's going to destroy social security, privatize everything and make Europe's control over France stronger. In others words, he's exactly the kind of politician that makes Le Pen and the Front National stronger in the long run. If there's no other alternative in 2022, Le Pen could possibly win the election because people will have enough. This is only a temporary "victory", and this "victory" will have bad consequences for the country. I'm really scared of the future.

 

Brilliant post

Thank you

Spot on 200%

The corporate media is always very good at what they do. Playing into division and people's emotional state

He's a full on servant of the banking cartel, the same banking cartel that's been busy destroying middle classes in North America and Europe most notably for the past 10 years and pushing for more mayhem in North Africa, the Middle East and across the Mediterranean. Thesis and antithesis. Without his masters Le Pen wouldn't exist essentially. It's through this false choice that they manipulate citizens perceptions all over the world

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On 5/12/2017 at 9:48 PM, XXL said:

 

Brilliant post

Thank you

Spot on 200%

The corporate media is always very good at what they do. Playing into division and people's emotional state

He's a full on servant of the banking cartel, the same banking cartel that's been busy destroying middle classes in North America and Europe most notably for the past 10 years and pushing for more mayhem in North Africa, the Middle East and across the Mediterranean. Thesis and antithesis. Without his masters Le Pen wouldn't exist essentially. It's through this false choice that they manipulate citizens perceptions all over the world

Exactly :thumbsup:

I really hope a true left wing alternative will come up in 2022 (it almost happened this year with Jean Luc Melenchon and his France Insoumise movement) or the far right could end up winning.

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I feel like he is my kind of man :inlove:

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6 hours ago, 5iVe Elements said:

I feel like he is my kind of man :inlove:

:rotfl:

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On ‎19‎/‎5‎/‎2017 at 1:08 PM, 5iVe Elements said:

I feel like he is my kind of man :inlove:

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On 5/22/2017 at 10:37 PM, horn said:

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But I love him :( 

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8 hours ago, spotlight said:

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yes, they both look great and SOUND sane :)

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12 hours ago, spotlight said:

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:inlove: 

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Bromance, bromance... who's the top, who's the bottom ?? :lol:

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Tehy seek like bottoms   They called an escort to top them off

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20 hours ago, runa said:

Bromance, bromance... who's the top, who's the bottom ?? :lol:

It doesn't matter. I want to be the ham in that sandwich. :lmao:

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Sorry, but Macron is the new king of Europe :). He has made a splash in NATO, G7 meetings and in Putin meeting. He acted as a dignified, clever, well behaved politician that EU deserves. I think Europe needed a man who can stand up to the bullies and tell it like it is. A revival of the German-french axis could only be a good thing for Europe.

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He's kinda hot :horny: 

 

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We need a Hot Or Not thread on him :dramatic: 

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