Fillon and supporters are still sniping:
The elected president of the UMP just mentioned on Europe 1 a “political stunt if not a coup,” about the protests made by François Fillon on the election to the party leadership.
“François Fillon is a bad loser who does not apply its own moral lessons [to himself]. It was an easy victory he hoped, that he predicted in the polls and his lieutenants tried to give him that vote in accordance with his wishes,” accused the mayor of Meaux. “If we put everything flat on the table, I am elected. Operations [possibly meaning challenging strategies] will be seen as premeditated fraud” warns Jean-Francois Cope.
“I have no problem” with possible litigation, the sole right to decide “an electoral dispute,” assured the elected president of the UMP. He also ruled out any idea of mediation conducted by Alain Juppé. “What would be the point? “I’m not going to hand over to a candidate who wants to impose the loser,” he said.
For those not au faix with the French scene, Hollande is the socialist president whom France is now bitterly regretting. The UMP is the right wing party but as in the UK and the US, they are divided in two, between the pink right wingers [Fillon there and Cameron here] and the true conservatives [Cope there and no one here except Nigel].
In France they use the proper colours as over here – blue is conservative and red is red. In the US, for some utterly bizarre reason, they made the conservatives red.
In France, they are “unashamedly” left-wing or right-wing. Like the Russians, they like their divisions cut and dried, easy for all to understand. Over here and in the US, the left are far more sly and underhanded – many won’t admit they are of the left, raising arguments about there being no left and right, that they are just centrist people wanting the good of the community.
Yet leftism wafts out like a bad perfume. A person who believes in a certain amount of handouts, that there is a thing called wealth which belongs to the community and is to be “shared out equally”, denying personal ownership of any of that earned wealth, who likes grandiose government schemes to make everything more “fair” [or for them personally in other words] and who indulge in assertion without factual backup, who believe in rewriting history and changing cognitive learning for touchy-feely learning – that is a person of the left.
The French have been admired for so long for their cultural and culinary contribution but also for their women, whom they put on pedestals and almost worship. It’s a good scene for women in general although it puts pressure on them to be the image of themselves they’d like to project.
Now, an alien element has come in, totally unwarranted, totally unwanted – it’s an element brought in by Them at the top and is meant to trickle down and poison the society:
This ad was in prime position – wasting taxpayers’ money is no object to these people on the left – in a major daily. This is how the left wastes other people’s money – not on fixing the economy but on ideological constructs and introducing trouble where there previously was none.
The govt, in this ad, are asking women to consider if they’re being harrassed, to report the dastardly man who did it to the government. It’s a top-down campaign to change the traditional French culture which had women as N1 and men loving them. The PTB want none of that – they want a situation of deep gender hatred and the breaking up of any relations between the sexes.
As Minette Marin noted years ago [in "hatred of things male has led to the rape of justice", Sunday Times, Nov 24th, 2002] about Cosmo readers being asked if they’d been raped:
I was woken up to this by a women’s magazine investigation of rape about 20 years ago, following a big survey of readers. The writer pointed out with furious indignation that a great many unhappy women had written in, after reading the series, to say that they hadn’t realised until then that they had been raped. Call me conventional, but I think rape is the kind of thing you would notice, at least if you were awake.
Sadly, even France is not immune to the poison of the feminazi. Cope seems to me to be the one man who can put a stop to all this nonsense.