More Progress for the Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Right

Will you forgive the brief flicker of a smile in these pages? As we know from assiduously unbiased reporting, there are moderate, common sense, middle of the road population replacement parties. And then there are the hate-filled political expressions of those bigots not wanting to be replaced in the lands of their ancient fathers. These latter are called far right. What parties are “far-left” you ask? I don’t know what those words mean.

Though more importantly neither do our loyal countrymen in the media. There is only the scientifically notational far-right. And in France, the Corsican Ogre may have just landed at Cape Juan.

PARIS (Reuters) – The far-right National Front won its first ever seats in France’s upper house of parliament on Sunday, as President Francois Hollande’s Socialist party lost its Senate majority.

The left still controls the lower house, which is the dominant legislative body in France, but Sunday’s ballot underlined the unpopularity of the president and the continued rise of the anti-immigration, anti-euro National Front.

The party, led by Marine Le Pen, took two seats in the august Senate, following on from its surprise victory in European parliamentary elections in May and its strong showing in municipal elections in March.

“These results are beyond what we hoped for,” said Le Pen. “Each day that passes, our ideas are increasingly being adopted by the French people… We have great potential.”

Half of the Senate’s 348 seats were up for grabs on Sunday, with only some 158,000 people, the vast majority local councillors, able to vote.

Early results showed that the main opposition party, the UMP, and the center-right UDI party took at least 20 seats from the left, which had a Senate majority of just six heading into the election. Final results were due later on Sunday.

“There is a complete rejection of Socialist policies,” UMP senator Roger Karoutchi told BFM TV.

Hollande’s popularity fell to a record low this month, with only 13 percent of those surveyed saying they were satisfied with the performance of president, who has struggled to revive the stagnant economy.

The National Front has successfully capitalized on growing discontent over unemployment and resentment over immigration, and hopes to score an upset in the 2017 presidential election.

“There is only one door left for us to push and it is that of the Elysee,” said newly-elected National Front senator Stephane Ravier, referring to the French presidency.

If–and the conjunction bears enormous weight–if Le Pen could take the presidency without a Faustian bargain, then affairs in Europe could start becoming interesting. And on the chance the French–the actual French–start becoming agitated in the manner of precedent, note how that “far right” designation dissolves into “conservative” and then “Tribune of the People.” Nothing could exceed the universal joy.

The following headlines allegedly appeared in the French newspaper Moniteur in March of 1815. These banners announced Napoleon’s return from Elba to Paris.

March 9 The Monster has escaped from his place of banishment.

March 10 The Corsican Orge has landed at Cape Juan

March 11 The Tiger has shown himself at Gap. The Troops are advancing on all sides to arrest his progress. He will conclude his miserable adventure by becoming a wanderer among the mountains.

March 12 The Monster has actually advanced as far as Grenoble

March 13 The Tyrant is now at Lyon. Fear and Terror seized all at his appeaance.

March 18 The Usurper has ventured to approach to within 60 hours’ march of the capital.

March 19 Bonaparte is advancing by forced marches, but it is impossible he can reach Paris.

March 20 Napoleon will arrive under the walls of Paris tomorrow.

March 21 The Emperor Napoleon is at Fountainbleau

March 22 This evening His Majesty the Emperor made his public entry and arrived at the Tuileries. Nothing can exceed the universal joy.


9 thoughts on “More Progress for the Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Far Right

  1. Once one country sees the light, I think the established order in the other European states will fall like dominoes. As you say, it’s hypothetical at this stage. If it happens, I hope the FN will at least not give up what genuine principles it has left in order to gain power.

  2. I have often thought that the neocon hatred of the French is due to the fact that much of the (native) populace still has a sense of national pride and ethnic awareness. Many French I have met do not buy into the melting pot claptrap and actually want a, wait for it, FRENCH nation. This is incompatible with a deracinated, homogenized globalist culture led the USA (or at least some influential minorities therein). Thus, we get “cheese eating surrender monkeys” and “freedom fries”.

  3. There’s something sadly comic about a government “vowing to avenge” the death of a Frenchmen who chose to go on a hiking holiday in a war zone, and got beheaded by Muslim fanatics, while it allows these fanatics’ brethren to invade France in their millions.

    I’m pretty sure that famous series of Napoleon headlines is apocryphal. Anyway, nowadays it would be the media dictating what politicians can say and do, rather than vice versa. Here’s how it might go today:

    Napoleon lands on Côte d’Azur, vows to overthrow the monarchy and restore the principles of the Revolution

    Having consulted with policy advisers in Grenoble, Napoleon promises to reach out to Royalists, who he says are “natural Bonaparte voters”

    Lyon: Under intense media pressure, the former Emperor apologises to the Bourbons for past injustices and promises to establish a Regicide Remembrance Day if returned to power

    Napoleon arrives on Paris, changes name to Bourbon, is crowned King of France

    • Yeah, those headlines are a little too “just-so” to be probable. Though our side gets way too saddled by fact finding. The entire platform of the left is a just-so patchwork of myths and narrative. They couldn’t give the slightest damn what is actually true. The only question they ask is “who’s directing the movie about it?”

      It’s a lesson we ignore to our continued failure.

    • Also I wonder if the hiker had been shorn of head in a Paris banlieu if the French government would have taken a moment’s notice.

      The American government doesn’t care a whit about the corpses being stacked by black predators domestically. Though stick the victims in a foreign country and it’s “Terrorism!”

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