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Le Pen Says France Won’t ‘Submit’ As Merkel Vows To ‘Ensure’ Right Wing Are Crushed

By LIAM DEACON4 May 2016

Marine Le Pen & German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Marine Le Pen, France’s right wing populist leader, has slammed her country’s “submission to Germany” after Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, vowed to “ensure” Ms. 454 more words

The big misunderstanding of populism and demagogy

I’m a strong believer in democracy – even within companies. Logically, the wisdom of all has to lead to better results than the wisdom of just a few. 657 more words

English Posts

New nationalist parties founded in Romania & Spain

Attending a summit of far-right politicians in Romania, the French National Front leader has praised the programme of a new anti-EU, nationalist party in the country. 327 more words


France's silent majority calls for change

During the last month, many French citizens have descended into the streets to protest against la “Loi Travail” proposed by the Parti Socialiste. The concern of the hundreds of thousands that are demonstrating is understandable and justified: the reform proposed by the French government is based on the neoliberal tenet that labour flexibility, mainly due to the simplification of laying off workers, incentivizes employers to hire more. 327 more words

Right-wing French politician Marine Le Pen gets frosty reception in Montreal

MONTREAL – Despite protests and political leaders denouncing her, French politician Marine Le Pen said she has no plans to cut short her visit to Quebec. 369 more words


Security concerns force leader of France's far right Front National party to cancel Montreal news conference

MONTREAL – Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s far right National Front, was forced to cancel a planned news conference in Montreal Tuesday after the venue informed her it could not guarantee her safety. 331 more words


Far-right French politician greeted with protest in Montreal

MONTREAL – A somewhat muted protest greeted right-wing French politician Marine Le Pen at Montreal’s Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel Monday evening.

About 150 people gathered in front of the hotel, whose glass doors were being carefully guarded by police. 162 more words