Le Pen on the Four Sovereignties by James Reed

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has vowed to “destroy the New World Order” when she is elected President of France, warning the European elites that she will “dismantle their corrupt, self-serving institutions with my own two hands if I have to.”
See: http://yournewswire.com/marine-le-pen-destroy-new-world-order/.

“The people have spoken and their message is clear: the New World Order is finished,” Marine Le Pen said.
“The elite are not safe hiding behind their propaganda fuelled media institutions, making unaccountable decisions in Brussels, and silencing citizens who speak out against this insanity. When I am President a tidal wave of revulsion will be coming their way, the likes of which has never been seen before.”

In a recent BBC interview, Marine Le Pen outlined out her vision for reclaiming French sovereignty:
“When I am elected President, I will go to the European Union and say that I want four sovereignties back.
Legislative sovereignty: our laws are more important than EU directives.
Territorial sovereignty: we decide who comes and stays in our country, we want borders. Economic and Banking sovereignty: I have the right to promote economic patriotism if I so wish. And of course,
Monetary sovereignty.
She believes that the EU is set to breakup just like the former USSR did:
“Something fundamental is happening: the comeback of nations, of sovereign states, with people, with frontiers. People now want to be in charge of their destinies. For a long time they were prevented from doing so.”

Let us drink to her forthcoming victory! Another mead! [Read slams down glass to floor as in Thor (2011)] I like it! (See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VQPS7qOJ_A)

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