Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. It’s a town in Normandy — not too far from Dieppe, where more than 900 Canadians died, more than 500 were wounded, nearly 2,000 captured, in a 1942 raid.
Who is going to liberate France now?
Certainly not Manuel Valls, the prime minister of France. He’s the one who said France has to learn to live with terrorism.
That didn’t work for Father Jacques Hamel or the two nuns and two parishioners in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, did it? Two Islamic State terrorists stormed the church, took hostages, slashed necks, in the style of Mohammed.
President Francois Hollande is at 13 per cent in the polls, whereas Marine Le Pen of the National Front leads at 29 per cent.
And that poll was released the day before the Nice attack.
But here’s the thing. I’ve listened to enough interviews with Marine Le Pen to know that she’s not actually going to do anything dramatic. She says she won’t deport anybody other than illegals, and criminals. She wants borders again.
In France, in Europe, these days, that is considered “extremist."
There are more than 20 Arab countries. There are 50 Muslim countries. Marine Le Pen simply wants to have one French country. I think there ought to be a Germany, too, and a Netherlands. And a Canada...
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