So Whos The Fascist Now, Macron or Le Penn

UK press are more sympathetic to Le Pen than Corbyn even though many of their economic policies are the same.
Why is no-one discussing this?

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Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis Ranjan, It is not an argument to quote Marine Le Penns estranged father, or indeed the partiality of Murdoch to Donald Trump. Le Penn makes cogent arguments about the damage done to french Economic interests by the Eu and to Globalism, it is arguable that this damage has been worse to France than the UK, the Pound Stirling has been more of a WingMan to the Dollar than the Franc ever was or indeed the Euro . The Euro was identified as a threat by the US and attacked when Iraq was invaded, there is something to be said for pondering the implications of that the evidence will be found in this 2009 article in Foreign affairs.

http://online.sfsu.edu/…/No_78…
I place the article in a Context in this Blog.
http://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.se/…/kick-neo…

This was my immediate reaction to Macron.

http://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.se/…/nwo…

Nick Torr
Nick Torr The full quote… “As I explain in “Under Our Eyes”, Alain Juppé and François Hollande made secret international commitments that they could not keep. Duped, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sponsored this attack and that of Brussels for which he congratulated himself in advance. These two operations were conducted by separate commandos, with the exception of Mohamed Abrini of the British MI6 who participated in both.

Nick Torr
Nick Torr So if I’ve got this right, Erdogan was blagged by Hollande, so commited two terrorist attacks with support from the MI6??

Chris Newbould
Chris Newbould Oh, now there’s a challenge. So you’re suggesting I should side with an unashamed fascist simply because some of the economic tenets of National Socialism cross over with the economic tenets of socialism (the clue’s in the name), despite the fact the two are culturally and politically polar?

You’re right, just tourettes. Moron.

Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis Chris , are you saying Thierry Meyssan is a fascist? 

Thierry Meyssan (French: [tjɛʁi mɛsɑ̃]) is a French journalist and political activist.

He is the author of investigations into the extreme right-wing (particularly about the National Front Militias, which are the object of a parliamentary investigation and caused a separation of the extreme right-wing party), as well as into the Catholic Church (Opus Dei, for example).

Meyssan’s book 9/11: The Big Lie (L’Effroyable imposture) challenges the official account of events of the September 11 terrorist attacks. In recent times, he published several stories claiming Donald Trump is the victim of a “campaign that has been scientifically organised against the President of the United States”, orchestrated by the American administration establishment and the world intelligence community. [1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thierry_Meyssan

It may have escaped your notice that Marine Le Penn is not her father, and To substantiate a claim that she is a Fascist It is for you to produce some evidence. The evidence for Macron being the Fascist is actually rather more abundant.If one uses The definition given by Theodore Roosevelt, see the picture.

This RT report on the Le Penn Macron contest is quite informative perhaps you could watch it and make an argument, which you have still failed to do, Ad Hominem is not a currency I trade in Chris, please try a little harder.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Htc0wVOALzI&spfreload=5

Chris Newbould
Chris Newbould Haha! It took you 14 minutes to type that, and that’s all you came up with?!

I am well aware of Thierry Henri (look – I’m taking the piss out of you). I’m also well aware of RT, and have written for them on occasion.

I mistakenly thought this was a discussion about the economic and social policies of Jeremy Corbyn and Marine Le Pen (who is, incidentally, an unavowed fascist).

I realise now that I was mistaken, and in fact this is a conversation about conspiracy theories and UFO abductions, something Meyssan wisely avoids.

Seriously, mate, I have spent all day arguing with fucking idiots. I’m having a pint and chilling out.

What do you make of Diana?

Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis Chris Newbould You have not made an argument Chris, you have just been a bit of a dick. Especially not chatting to your friends. I am actually rather jealous not to be having a nice pint with friends somewhere, I´m stuck in the middle of this Forest in Sweden and a Nice Pint of Bitter would be great. Live in the moment , put your phone away.

Chris Newbould
Chris Newbould OK, so while I have battery – your claim appears to be that half the terrorist attacks perpetrated in Europe lately were the work of Erdogan and M16. Why not back that claim up rather than asking me to back up claims which, to the best of my knowledge, I so far haven’t made.

More than the work of one slightly batshit French journalist if possible. If I can make claims about anything, it’s that most journalists are batshit, I know a lot, so you’ll need at least two, none of whom work for Infowars.

Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis Chris, now your seeking to make rules about an argument you have not even engaged in, not making an argument can not constitute dis proving another claim, however witty, funny or clever you feel your banter is. Banter is not an argument, dismissing arguments by branding the Writer as bat shit, moronic or whatever does not disprove their point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3I5XcsReT0

Chris Newbould
Chris Newbould You’ve made a daft argument. I’m asking you to prove it, while indulging in some mild condescension, as you rightly noted. So far you have failed to back up your argument. Since I have made no argument, other than that yours is silly, you are the only one required to back up your argument here.

Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis Some Context from Prof. Ganser who features in the video above.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Gladio…
Daniele Ganser and “Strategy of Tension”[edit]

Further information: Strategy of tension
Swiss historian Daniele Ganser in his 2005 book, NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe, accused Gladio of trying to influence policies through the means of “false flag” operations and a “strategy of tension”. Ganser alleges that on various occasions, stay-behind movements became linked to right-wing terrorism, crime and attempted coups d’état.[8] In NATO’s Secret Armies Ganser states that Gladio units closely cooperated with NATO and the CIA and that Gladio in Italy was responsible for terrorist attacks against its own civilian population.[63]

Operation Gladio is the codename for a clandestine North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) “stay-behind” operation in Italy during the Cold War. Its purpose was to prepare for, and implement, armed resistance in the event of a Warsaw Pact invasion and conquest. The name Gladio is the Italian form…
EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG

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