Chaos Continues in France, By Richard Miller (London)

Even with the victory of the Left through doing a crooked deal with Macron, the Leftist punters out on the streets still got down and did a bit of rioting. I think the reason here is the same one given by the psychopathic killer in the movie Kalifornia (1993) played by Brad Pitt, "because it feels good." But what does not feel good is the state of political chaos France is now in with a mixed government full of crazed Leftists, and the old globalist centralists. Oh well, let it hit rock bottom, then the voting will not be countered by little dirty deals!

The ever-deluded socialist Bernie Sanders cheered the French hard-Left and communists on X for "taking on right-wing extremism and winning".

"Here's a simple fact: If politicians stand with working families, working families will stand with you. As it turns out, lowering the retirement age and raising the minimum wage are very popular." But it is fact that these working people see controlling immigration as a more important issue, while international socialists like Macron and Sanders simply want to swamp their countries with migrants.

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2024/07/08/globalist-left-elites-applaud-french-election-result-as-chaos-lies-ahead/

"The only certainty delivered by the French national elections is the sheer surprise and gloating delight of the globalist left elites at the chaos that lies ahead courtesy of a hung parliament and political paralysis.

With the left coalition failing to win an absolute majority in a National Assembly now split into three blocs, France faces legislative disfunction as the country awaits a new government just weeks before Paris hosts the Olympic Games.

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has met likely French prime minister Jean-Luc Mélenchon personally, posted on X that French politicians had united against "extremism" by hastily forming a left-wing alliance.

He said this underscored the unity of "progressive forces," something he claimed South Americans could "take inspiration from."

The BBC reports former U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders applauded the French hard-left and communists on X for "taking on right-wing extremism and winning".

"Here's a simple fact: If politicians stand with working families, working families will stand with you. As it turns out, lowering the retirement age and raising the minimum wage are very popular," he said."

 

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