Le Pen will Win, France will Dump Euro, Deport Refugees
Why will this happen? Democracy that’s why.
More than 55 percent of Europeans say that immigration from Muslim-majority countries should be stopped.
Paris will soon look like a war zone:
The Eiffel Tower in Paris will receive additional security and protection in light of the threat posed by Islamic terrorists.
Thick walls of bullet-proof glass 8 feet high will surround the famous tower, which was constructed by the company of engineer Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair.
“The terror threat remains high in Paris and the most vulnerable sites, led by the Eiffel Tower, must be the object of special security measures,” said deputy mayor of Paris Jean-Francois Martins.
Marine Le Pen, who has been calling the country to leave the eurozone and give up the euro, has described the single currency as “a knife which the EU puts into the backs of the people.”
In an interview with the BBC, she talked about her vision for the future of Europe after this year’s elections in France, Germany and the Netherlands, and the UK’s Brexit vote.
According to Politico, Le Pen said the European Union should change radically and deeply, and abandon its authoritarian character, “or it will die.”
When asked if France leaving the eurozone would mean the end of the EU single currency, Le Pen said: “Maybe, and so what? The euro isn’t a currency, it’s a political weapon. The euro is a knife which the EU puts into the backs of the people to force them to go where they don’t want to go.”
She also said that if the EU doesn’t transfer powers back to Paris, there will be a French exit from the union or a so-called ‘Frexit.’
“Either the EU gives French people back their territorial sovereignty, borders, control over their economy, control over their currency and the superiority of their laws, or I will say to the French people that we should leave the EU.”
In a manifesto released last week, the leader of the National Front Le Pen said France should reconsider its relations with the European Union.