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Marine Le Pen, Lessons and Duties of a Great Victory

By Marc Baudriller/UME

Marine Le Pen can triumph in front of the activists at the end of this election marathon. The most criticized, despised, hated and even betrayed politician on the French political field in her own camp has achieved a colossal victory, one of the greatest feats in the history of the patriots in French political life. She increased her fraction in the National Assembly tenfold, took the banner of the main opposition party, broke the record of 35 MPs her father brought to the Palais Bourbon in 1986, and entered the National Assembly after once again surviving the first round of presidential elections . To the extent of the victory, Jean-Marie Le Pen’s daughter added the joys of surprise (except for Boulevard Voltaire readers). You can think what you want about Marine Le Pen, her decisions, her positions, her political line and her internal management in the RN. The Patriots owe her a knighthood.

It’s the end of a confusing and demotivating electoral exception for RN voters, who are used to their elected representatives having a very large weight of votes – because they are so few. Marine Le Pen manages to overcome the handicap of majority voting and use it as a weapon. After years of struggles, successes, ridicule, sacrifices and failures. The glass ceiling shattered into a thousand pieces. She won’t come back. The unleashed demonization practiced since the founding of the Front National, father of the RN, in 1972, exactly fifty years ago, is breaking. Not only for Marine Le Pen, but also for the French right, nothing will be the same again. Hopefully, millions of French will feel represented. They are convinced that a great and prosperous France is more useful to its citizens and to the world than a humiliated France that hides the horrors of impoverishment and civilizational regression under the dirty rug of its teachers. They know that the right is no longer forced to run after the left and beg forgiveness in order to exist. Marine Le Pen can triumph. It’s a nice personal achievement and a team achievement after a very tough campaign – another one. A campaign in which she was questioned like never before, herself, her management, her program, her political line, her campaign strategy. that hides the horrors of impoverishment and civilizational regression under the dirty carpet of those who teach it. They know that the right is no longer forced to run after the left and beg forgiveness in order to exist. Marine Le Pen can triumph. It’s a nice personal achievement and a team achievement after a very tough campaign – another one. A campaign in which she was questioned like never before, herself, her management, her program, her political line, her campaign strategy. that hides the horrors of impoverishment and civilizational regression under the dirty carpet of those who teach it. They know that the right is no longer forced to run after the left and beg forgiveness in order to exist. Marine Le Pen can triumph. It’s a nice personal achievement and a team achievement after a very tough campaign – another one. A campaign in which she was questioned like never before, herself, her management, her program, her political line, her campaign strategy. Marine Le Pen can triumph. It’s a nice personal achievement and a team achievement after a very tough campaign – another one. A campaign in which she was questioned like never before, herself, her management, her program, her political line, her campaign strategy. Marine Le Pen can triumph. It’s a nice personal achievement and a team achievement after a very tough campaign – another one. A campaign in which she was questioned like never before, herself, her management, her program, her political line, her campaign strategy.

She is now able to reconcile the rights. That is your responsibility. Would she have succeeded without Éric Zemmour, who loaded himself with the devil’s donkey’s skin and freed her from it? If only he had the credit of making a large part of France’s youth dream, Éric Zemmour would more than deserve to forget the insults. He did better. It should also appeal to those LRs who have retained a love for the country and do not want to die under the shapeless down comforter of a presidential party that is disastrous for the country. One more effort, maybe rescue is within reach. This success of the tortoise Marine Le Pen shows that fate has no meaning for those who love France.

This article first appeared on  BOULEVARD VOLTAIRE , our partner in EUROPEAN MEDIA COOPERATION.

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