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In the second round of the election, we will vote for Macron to avoid catastrophe, but his platform with regard to security and international relations needs improvement
It is without any qualms that we will vote for Emmanuel Macron in the second round of the Presidential election. Our choice in the first round of the election was François Fillon, whose program we thought was the most developed, but the people have voted. To those who encourage a vote for Marine Le Pen, and to those who, encouraging abstention, will only favor her, we want to say that, although we understand their anger, a vote for the extreme right party is not a solution. Granted, Marine le Pen has changed a lot of things within her party and largely cut ties with her father’s ideas and rhetoric, but while FN voters are (of course) respectable, the party continues to attract and concentrate on unbearable people. An example of this is Jean-François Jalkh, an interim president that renounced his position after three days for revisionist reasons. In addition, Marine Le Pen’s European and economic program can only lead to irreversible results.
Au deuxième tour, nous voterons Macron pour éviter une catastrophe, mais son programme « sécuritaire » et international doit être amélioré
C’est sans aucun état d’âme que nous voterons pour Emmanuel Macron au deuxième tour de la Présidentielle. Notre choix, au premier tour, s’était porté, on le sait, sur François Fillon qui nous semblait avoir le programme le plus abouti, mais le peuple a tranché. A ceux qui prônent le vote pour Marine Le Pen, ou à ceux qui, prônant l’abstention, ne feront que la favoriser, nous voulons dire que, si nous comprenons leur colère, le vote pour les extrêmes n’est pas une solution.
Security, terrorism, defence, international relations and identity: why we will vote for François Fillon and not for Emmanuel Macron...
While this topic has been curiously absent from the campaign of a majority of the candidates, terrorism invited itself over the past few days on the French political scene: on Thursday evening, April 20, at 20:45, an individual opened fire at policemen at the Champs-Elysées, killing one of them and severely wounding 2 others, while a U.S tourist was lightly wounded. Three days earlier, on Tuesday morning, April 18, 2 terrorists preparing an imminent attack were arrested in Marseille, shortly before acting on their plans.
Sécurité, Terrorisme, Défense, Relations internationales et Identité : pourquoi nous voterons François Fillon…
Alors que le sujet a, curieusement, été très absent de la campagne de la plupart des candidats, le terrorisme s’est invité ces derniers jours sur la scène politique française : jeudi soir, vers 20h45, un individu a ouvert le feu sur des policiers, sur les Champs-Elysées, tuant l’un d’entre eux et en blessant grièvement deux autres tandis qu’une touriste américaine était légèrement touchée. Trois jours plus tôt, mardi matin, c’est à Marseille que deux terroristes préparant un attentat imminent ont été interpellés, avant leur passage à l’acte.
For the EU the ISIS bell tolls
Distracted by the disruptive potential of the EU elections, EU member states leaders could seem blind and deaf to the alarming threat posed by the return of ISIS foreign fighters to the EU.
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