Macron’s chances of beating Le Pen are slim says pollster
According to Eurointelligence, the chances of Emmanuel Macron winning against Marine Le Pen are slim. Macron is another Soros open-border surrogate.
Published: February 16, 2017, 8:27 am
Polling agency Ifop revealed that Macron only gets 14 percent support from workers, the same as Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who is considered to be an outsider. Marine Le Pen reigns with 37 percent support, while Socialist Benoit Hamon does slightly better than the other two candidates with 18 percent.
Exposure to liberal education has been one of the dividing lines also in the Brexit vote and the American elections. Macron is therefore the urban favorite, but not in the countryside where they view the elites with growing suspicion. Added to that, many older immigrants also want to see the influx of newcomers limited as they are in direct competition with migrants for jobs. They may also vote for Le Pen.
Le Pen divides the world into globalists and patriots, while Macron tries to paint voters as progressives and conservatives, notes Journal du Dimanche. In that sense, Le Pen’s vision offers a lot more clarity than open borders and insults.
For the same reason, Geert Wilders’ party is expected to get 20 percent of the popular vote, compared to his rival Mark Rutte’s 16 percent in the Netherlands. In 2005 the country rejected the European constitution and last year voted down a treaty for closer EU ties with Ukraine.
A poll by Motivaction on Tuesday showed more than 61 percent of respondents see Dutch politicians as “elitist, unreliable and dishonest” as campaigning for the Dutch election kicked off on Wednesday, Reuters reported. Wilders and his Party for Freedom has led in opinion polls for most of the past two years.
The two announced on Wednesday they will face off head-to-head in a televised debate on March 13.
Nigel Farage on Wednesday in European Parliament, warned EP members that they were ignoring the immigration crisis. He said voters were rejecting the Union because of immigration that was being forced upon them by an unelected superstate.
“I feel like I am attending a meeting of a religious sect here this morning. It’s as if the global revolution of 2016, Brexit, Trump, the Italian rejection of the referendum, has completely bypassed you.
“You can’t face up to the fact that this bandwagon is going to roll across Europe in these elections in 2017. A lot of citizens now recognize this form of centralized government simply doesn’t work…The people want less Europe.
“No doubt, many of you here will probably despise your own voters for what I am about to say because just last week, Chatham House, the reputable group, published a massive survey from 10 European states, and only 20 percent of people want immigration from Muslim countries to continue. Just 20 percent. … Which means your voters have a harder line position on this than Donald Trump, or myself, or frankly any party sitting in this Parliament…And the fact is, the European Union has no future at all in its current form. And I suspect you are in for as big a shock in 2017 as you were in 2016.”
The EU refugee crisis is not a naturally occurring phenomenon. It coincided with OSF donating money to the US-based Migration Policy Institute and the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants, both Soros-sponsored organizations. Both groups advocate the resettlement of third-world Muslims into Europe.
In 2015, a Sky News reporter found “Migrant Handbooks” on the Greek island of Lesbos. It was later revealed that the handbooks, which are written in Arabic, had been given to migrants before crossing the Mediterranean by a group called “Welcome to the EU” funded by the Soros Open Society Foundation.
In Fargo, North Dakota, a local television reporter concerned about his community exposed the Soros plan to flood the United States with Muslim refugees. Operating through organizations with altruistic sounding names like the Partnership For A New American Economy (“PNAE”), Soros was trying to import millions of people from the Middle East and settle them in small towns like Fargo.
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