August 01, 2016

Marion Le Pen: A modern Joan of Arc

Rebel Staff
 

France is under attack, but I’ll show you a 21st century Joan of Arc who just might be the one to save the country, a young woman joining the armed forces and calling upon all patriotic French to do so too.

As I showed you the other day, Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s National Front Party, is leading the polls — and this poll was taken the day before the Nice truck attack, and before the beheading of the priest. I bet her lead is five points higher now.

But let me tell you about her niece, Marion Le Pen. She was elected four years ago, at just 22 years of age. And she’s a star — so articulate, so effective.

After the recent spate of attacks, Marion Le Pen did something spectacular:

She joined the French military. A sitting MP, joining to fight.

She announced it on Twitter, and invited “all young patriots to do the same.”

2,500 signed up immediately.

Like the Brits voting for Brexit, like the Hungarians voting against more Muslim refugees, like Americans for Trump, the National Front isn’t leading because it’s racist. It’s leading because it’s the only party listening to its citizens — citizens who, in France, are bleeding right now, while the socialist men in charge hide behind bodyguards.

NEXT: Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley is now pretending to be shocked to learn that breaking the contracts with provincial coal plants would trigger billions in fines.

Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein joins me to explain how it's reached the point where the Alberta government is “suing itself.”

THEN: Our own Candice Malcolm and I talk about the rise in Islamic terrorist attacks last month. Why are our political leaders and the media in denial about the threat?

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commented 2016-08-03 17:41:45 -0400
Bill, the RCMP have lost my trust as well. What can you do when the national police force is against the average citizen?
commented 2016-08-02 18:12:29 -0400
Vive Marine Le Pen! Vive Marion Le Pen!
commented 2016-08-02 15:23:01 -0400
Good for Marion Le Pen and her aunt Marine Le Pen. It’s going to take women to lead the war against terrorists and Islamic enslavement (including governmental sharia promoting) because most modern men are now transgendered, homosexual sissies running around in women’s dresses and make up or very lenient towards this abnormal behaviour, making a mockery of true valiant man hood. That’s right men, sit back and hide behind the women in battle in your flowery dresses and wigs so you don’t have to do anything or break one of your carefully manicured finger nails.
commented 2016-08-02 15:21:57 -0400
John Siciliano, for crying out loud, get a life, you have posted 20 X here so far.
commented 2016-08-02 13:29:10 -0400
SEAN PENSON proclaimed: “Just like UKIP stirred up anti-European sentiment, the UK Parliament has the right to refuse to recognise such a referendum from the common people.”

Preaching anti-democracy dictatorship elitist drivel again Sean (if that is your real name)?
commented 2016-08-02 12:35:10 -0400
a b commented – “What is your opinion about this?”

I think the RCMP have shit in their own nest so many times with entrapment of pot smokers, gun owners and sundry other marginalized people, that this was bound to happen. More disgusting is the direct parallels to FBI methods and strategies for entrapping unstable cucks in police-orchestrated terror plots. It’s done to provide theater for the public – to make them think the keystone cops really have a handle on all the terrorists their political bosses have imported into the country.
commented 2016-08-02 12:27:28 -0400
The globalist empire in Europe begins to crumble – First we have Brexit, France and Germany in voter revolt against anti-nationalist governments, Hungary defies Brussels and seals its borders, Now, after demanding an EU exit referendum, the Czech President calls for arming and empowering citizens against Islamist terrorism.

“Czech President Miloš Zeman has completely reversed his stance on gun control in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Europe, calling for a new law that would allow citizens to be armed to defend themselves against jihadists.”

http://visitwinchestervirginia.com/the-president-of-the-czech-republic-citizens-have-the-right-to-arm-themselves-because-of-the-threat-of-terrorism/
commented 2016-08-02 11:07:43 -0400
Ignorance is not a defense. Hopefully Notley and her fools will lose.
commented 2016-08-02 09:44:28 -0400
Anonymous said, "Try asking the pope on what he thinks causes Islamic terrorism. "

Climate change, no doubt. The pope, however, is a fraud. His opinion is no more valid than anyone elses’ opinion.
commented 2016-08-02 09:43:42 -0400
REBELS now we have two people to ignore
Micheal Mann
John Siciliano
commented 2016-08-02 09:36:50 -0400
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commented 2016-08-02 09:34:14 -0400
John Siciliano said, “I do not let it [terrorism] run my life.”

Your implication is that by a person acknowledging and dealing with the problem of terrorism in whatever way a person is able is by your definition “letting it run” that person’s life.

That attitude in incorrect and will let the problem fester in our society until it can no longer be ignored or denied. But by that time it will be far too late.

The main stream media, politicians and elite in the West are denying that there is an issue while the problem gets worse and the people, the “severely regular people”, as Ezra says, are starting to take their own action, John Siciliano. You had better wake up soon.
commented 2016-08-02 09:28:30 -0400
Has this site become the John Siciliano web site?
Am I ever sick of hearing the dross that he spouts.
He sounds like a genuine Canadian politician . . . In the same category as Bob Ray, Elizabeth May, Notley, Wynne and Trudeau.
Well meaning but stupid people with not enough sense to know how stupid they are!

Dump Justin bin Trudeau
commented 2016-08-02 03:43:16 -0400
Anybody else notice that the stream of discussion has been diverted from talking about the leadership role of Marion Le Pen?…
commented 2016-08-02 03:18:40 -0400
Try asking the pope on what he thinks causes Islamic terrorism.
commented 2016-08-02 02:13:09 -0400
I just have my own interpretation of how to get to a better system and a better reality. Just because I think differently doesn’t mean I am stupid, but I just have a different take of how Canada can be improved.
commented 2016-08-02 02:12:07 -0400
So now minor parties are considered elitist? Very fascinating. I mean they have no chances of getting into power because of the rigged system. Sounds like the oppose of elitist.
commented 2016-08-02 02:10:47 -0400
How can one be elitist if one such as myself has no connection with the mainstream political elites. The very definition of elitist is having a connection with those in the upper echelons of society. As for wisdom and rights of the common people, I believe that people will only listen so much to another’s ideology before rejecting them in some senses.

I am not judgmental or harsh so why engage in such a negative way?
commented 2016-08-02 02:03:28 -0400
John S if you are not a populist then does that not make you an elitist like i say? LMAO!
commented 2016-08-02 02:02:23 -0400
John S you are not a believer in the rights, wisdom, or virtues of the common people? Why not?
commented 2016-08-02 01:59:28 -0400
John S a populist? What does that have to do with fighting terror. They want us destroyed or enslaved, you do not fight that with appeasement and ignorance.
commented 2016-08-02 01:58:12 -0400
John S defense does not always begin at home. And wikipedia has lots of crap on it. There is a reason secondary institutions do not accept it as a source. And a party being smaller does not make it better. Green party would be a disaster if they came to power. And we have been intervened as well. We have to do something.
commented 2016-08-02 01:12:01 -0400
The noise in the background where Candice was being interviewed was most annoying.
The Le Pen women are the only ones sane women in France right now. I would vote for that party in a minute.
As for Rachel Notley, I’m inclined to think like you Ezra, what better way to play dumb while you ram your anti oil agenda through. I’m so sick & tired of everything she’s done & keeps on doing day after day after day, by now you would think Albertans would have had enough & demand she resign, but no, they keep on taking it as if they’ve been hypnotized.
commented 2016-08-02 01:11:01 -0400
I do not let it run my life. I want economic issues in capitalism to be dealt with, and ways to deal with our debt. Everything else will fall into place by good management, and that is why I support minor parties.
commented 2016-08-02 01:10:15 -0400
So yes Drew terror does exist, but I am not a populist.
commented 2016-08-02 01:00:43 -0400
I support parties Drew that are for war in rare situations, and I am a non-interventionist. Of course, I oppose war and support ending wars and wanting to have other nations do the fighting like the Kurds, Russians and Canada can play a role, but the West since 9/11 has spent at least 7 to 20 trillion on these wars. We need to focus domestically or bankrupt ourselves. I have nothing against defending our nation. It is about choices.
commented 2016-08-02 00:59:10 -0400
Wikipedia is the only way you will actually see clear and substantial evidence about subjects instead of believing Rebel like it is gospel. That is why I included links and had information on here linking to subjects.

As for war, I have no problem with Canada fighting wars, but we need to have all the evidence and not be manipulated into going to wars. Which means I think wars are only good with all the facts and wars should only be fought by a nation in the rarest of circumstances. Remember that the Conservative wanted them in every situation. We need to rebalance our foreign policy to being more moderate and more even-handed.
commented 2016-08-02 00:56:58 -0400
John S is a person who thinks terror does not exist because it has not happened to him directly. He blames the west while not realizing it exists all over and was happening long before we ever went to war with other countries.