Marine Le Pen has made it through to the final round of the French presidential election where she will face Globalist Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron.
Macron, a strong support the EU as well as of Angela Merkel, won the first round with about 23.8 per cent, cheering the banks and financial markets.
Macron is now the favourite to win the final round in two weeks.
His victory will be bad news for Brexit Britain as well as Germany.
Macron is a strong supporter of the EU and of fiscal union.
By contrast, Marine Le Pen is campaigning for France to hold a referendum to exit the EU.
I hope Le Pen can magic the rabbit out of the hat and present a centrist vision that is a viable alternative to the collapsing EU and eurozone. She has managed to distance herself from her extremist father, Jean Marie Le Pen, and other fascist elements in the Front National and position herself as an economic moderate.
To gain power, Le Pen’s party will have to win enough seats at the next election to form a majority in parliament.
Unlike Donald Trump and his family, Le Pen does not have a business empire built on dodgy loans and she may, therefore, be more independent of Globalist bankster pressure, and more willing to act in the interests of her country.
Tellingly, Macron wrote a dissertation on political trickster Machiavelli as part of his university philosophy studies.
He is married to teacher Brigitte Trogneux who is 24 years older than he is. She allegedly seduced him when he was a 15 year old school boy at Jesuit school in Amiens.
Wikipedia said that the scandal surrounding Macron’s liason with the mother of three forced him to go to Paris at 17 to finish his school diploma there.
In the UK and US, a teacher who seduced a pupil at age 15 would likely end up in jail.
But in France, it seems, a teacher who violates every professional standard and seduces a 15 year old is still considered fit to be the wife of a politician. Which makes you wonder about that politician, Macron, too, no?