Redpill on French elections

Cooper Cox
Cooper Cox

They're irrelevant. The actual important elections will come in two months. Pic related and read this article too
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Gavin Rodriguez
Gavin Rodriguez

I literally don't care, the French seem like they don't

Eli Phillips
Eli Phillips

macron will be a lame duck and france will turn into total chaos with identitarian faggots and antifa cunts fighting each other in the streets while union leaders paralyse the country to stop any form of market reform

Kayden Mitchell
Kayden Mitchell

I DONT CARE! I DONT CARE!
Says the user who literally spent months shitposting on Sup Forums for a lepenis win.

Dylan Young
Dylan Young

This

Ayden Ramirez
Ayden Ramirez

ITT le sour grapes.

Ian Howard
Ian Howard

EU and NATO have crushed Europe's very soul.

It's just an amorphous blob now that farms out money and white women.

Nolan Sullivan
Nolan Sullivan

Yeah, I can't wait for Macron to get 2% like Hollande, then maybe the cucks in France will realize the entire establishment is against them.

Carson Diaz
Carson Diaz

Because it's only this one single individual that's been Pro-Pen

Saging anyways because France has been lost since before we were even born. They deserve what they get.

Nathaniel Cook
Nathaniel Cook

Its the actual redpill. French isn't a presidential system

Gabriel Moore
Gabriel Moore

its the actual redpill
are you 12?

Elijah Wilson
Elijah Wilson

semi presidential system
president takes care of foreign affairs and defence
pm takes care of domestic and economic
lines are often blurry
What the fuck kind of a system is this, frogs?

Liam Diaz
Liam Diaz

Le Pen literally cant do anything without congressional support besides calling a completely unbidding referendum on the EU (which would require a constitutional ammendment to happen) and changing foreign policy a little.

Google their prime minister and the powers he has

Adrian Taylor
Adrian Taylor

En Marche already has a candidate for every constituency. Macron's victory is going to propel the party in an absolute parliamentary majority.

Adrian Barnes
Adrian Barnes

they won't even make it to the 2nd roudn in every constituency

Every french MP is elected in a two round system just like the president, and the Senate is elected by politicians from around the country

Did he buy enough politicians to move to his party? (btw the electoral college is drawn in a way that benefits les republicains, they only lost the senate once)

Daniel Robinson
Daniel Robinson

they won't even make it to the 2nd roudn in every constituency

They'll make it easily. People are tired of the old parties, and Macron already reached first place in the Presidential election's first turn.

Juan Bell
Juan Bell

look at a map of the 1st turn

He was first in only the western constituencies. And a lot of people hate him too. They won't bear to vote for Le Pen, but they'd easily vote for some local politician they know, same as the US

And his party's candidates aren't all new guys, a lot are just politicians from other parties who joined the bandwagon (then again frogs are dumb enough to think he's an actual outsider)

Jaxson Lewis
Jaxson Lewis

Stratfor
This the same company that got hacked by LulzSec?

Ayden Howard
Ayden Howard

EM's candidates won't be first everywhere, so what? As long as they reach second turn they're good. They can get votes from socialists and moderate republicans against any candidate from far right or far left. They'd only have trouble against Republican candidates.

Jayden Young
Jayden Young

They aren't even second everywhere. It's doubtful they'll have a majority.

And this doesn't change the situation in the senate, which is elected by politicians.

See how FN does for example, they get less votes on the legislative elections than presidential ones, same for the commies, and third-parties never grow so big there
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Gabriel Campbell
Gabriel Campbell

And keep in mind most Macron voters don't even like him, they just think he's the least bad. They won't be loyal in the local elections, and commies and FNrs will vote for parties who'll block his pro-market agenda, and LR voters hate his open-borders bs too

Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor

You're underestimating Macron's strength. Polls are already giving him 250 seats in the assembly and the legislative election campaign hasn't started yet.

Kevin Anderson
Kevin Anderson

link? and 250 is still a minority, he'll need a coalition. What might they demand of him?

and the macronleaks will have time to affect the second round

Jose Nelson
Jose Nelson

opinion-way.com/fr/component/edocman/?task=document.viewdoc&id=1618&Itemid=0

Composition estimée de la prochaine Assemblée Nationale

Nombre d'élus
En Marche 249 à 286
LR / UDI 200 à 210
PS 28 à 43
FN 15 à 25
Front de Gauche 6 à 8

He could easily get a majority with the support of some PS or centrist MPs, and I don't think that would change much his government policies.

Sebastian Brown
Sebastian Brown

wouldn't this redpill people he's actually petit hollande and an establishment shill?

Nathan Gray
Nathan Gray

You're underestimating KeK my friend. The only 250 he'll get is 250 liters of Lib'tears. Praise the green one

Easton Barnes
Easton Barnes

Even if Macron wins he can't do shit because the opposition

Leo Harris
Leo Harris

I don't think so. He'd still be the one setting the agenda. Usually it's the minor coalition parties who lose support in European politics, in favor of the biggest party in the coalition, for example the libdems when they made a government with the tories in the UK.

Elijah Davis
Elijah Davis

but the libdems were supposed to be the protest party

also RIP socialists

how many of EM's MPs are just socialists in sheep's clothing?

will Macron be able to implement his reforms without antifa and labour unions chimping out?

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