Wednesday, 21 November 2012

A couple of days ago I wrote about the potential civil war with France's mainstream right-wing party. To recap briefly, the favourite Fillon lost the race to the outsider Copé who emphasised issues related to the islamisation and de-Europeanisation of France and wrote a book talking about an "unabashed Right". Allegations of vote fraud from both sides dogged the election. In the end, Copé seemed to have edged it by a very narrow margin. Now, however, Fillon is claiming victory on the strength of votes coming in from France's overseas territories, which are considered part of France. These Dom-Toms, as they are called, are, of course, overwhelmingly inhabited by non-Europeans, including places like Mayotte, which is overwhelmingly Muslim. Unsurprisingly the brown horde favours the candidate most congenial to its interests.

Fillon has demanded the appointment of a third person as interim party leader and threatened to split the party if the demand is not granted.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Time is running out. As the number of minorities with voting rights increases, the Socialists are becoming more stronger because almost all non whites vote for pro-immigration Socialist/labour parties. In america 90% of third worlders and blacks vote for Democrats. In UK most immigrants vote for Labour which opened the gates to mass immigration. I believe America, Canada, UK, France are lost. In 20 years these countries will majority non white. The same for Norway, Sweden

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