The top five candidates in 2017’s French election are, in alphabetical order: Francois Fillon (Les Republicains), Benoit Hamon (Socialists), Marine Le Pen (Front National) and Emmanual Macron (Independent) and Jean-Luc Mélenchon (Unbowed France).
French elections are usually a two–horse with between the conservative Les Republicains (formerly the UMP) and the left-wing Socialist Party.
FILLON AND HAMON THE MAINSTREAM PARTY CANDIDATES CAN SIMPLY BE DESCRIBED AS JEW NEUTRAL
Fillon was born on 4 March 1954 in Le Mans, Sarthe, France. His father is a civil law notary, while his mother, Anne Soulet Fillon, is a celebrated historian of Basque descent. He is Catholic lawyer He lives with his Welsh wife, Penelope, and their five children in a 12th-century home in Sarthe, near Le Mans in western France. He is seen as embodying the values of provincial conservative France and has the backing of Right-wing Catholics , many of whom are opposed to gay marriage. He wants a rapprochement with Russia to protect Christians of the Middle East. He was and probably is the frontrunner
Fillon was the only candidate to be the subject of a media expose during the campaign He was accused by the weekly Le Canard enchaîné of giving ficticious employment using taxpayers money his wife and children The total amount involved was a 100000 Euros No other candidate suffered any media expose No one asked Melechon about his Free masonry links or Le Pen about her nieces Mossad father or her own boyfriends trips to Israel There was a constant clamour for Fillon to drop out of the race
Hamon the mainstream traditional Socalist Party candidate is also Jew neutral As Jerusalem Post put it delicately Many French Jews were disappointed by the left-camp’s primaries results; not so much by the victory of Benoit Hamon as by the loss of Manuel Valls, considered a great friend of Israel and the defender of the French Jewish community. Hollande’s low popularity seems to have rubbed off on the Socialist candidate Hamon
The remaining three especially Le Pen and Macron have gotten massive doses of (free)media publicity
Marine Le Pen Comes from a family which seems to be either crypto Jewish or one which has been long groomed by Jewish interests La Pen Senior had ties with the billionaire super-globalist Bloch family of Dassault Marine (a divorcee) has a live in partner Louis Aliot who is Jewish Marine’s niece(and rumoured political successor) and Jean Marie’s granddaughter Marione Le Pen ‘s biological father is Roger Auque who had himself revealed in a posthumous book he wrote that he was a Mossad agent
Jean–Luc Mélenchon is a socialist running on the Unbowed France platform He is also a Free Mason The Guardian loves the FreeMason
Macron was educated mostly at the Jésuites (Jesuit)de la Providence lycée in Amien Macron the socalist ‘s career seemed to zoom off in 2007 when he came under the tutelage of Jacques Atali another of those ubiquitous Jewish “advisors” that pop up in so many “Western countries” It is Jacques Attali who created the link between the financial capital and the elite of the ruling Socialist Party, Jesuit educated Macron worked as an Inspector of Finances in the French Ministry of Economy between 2004 and 2008. Between 2007- 2008, the Attali commission produced the “300 proposals to change France” – a plan for modernization of the economy During his stay at the Commission, Macron managed to win the sympathy of Attali, who soon introduced him to his friend, Francois Enron. Enron, in turn, is the best friend and main partner of David de Rothschild and in 2008 Macron was hired by the Rothschild’s & Co Banque where he made quick career and in four years only he grew from analyst to partner. His commissions exceed more than one million euros per year but much more valuable are the new connections in the business world and the reputation of “financial Mozart.” Source SouthFront Org
Amazingly he was member of the Socialist Party (PS) from 2006 to 2009 (despite joining Rothschild as an investment banker in 2008)
He was designated deputy secretary–general under François Hollande’s first government in 2012 before being appointed Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs in 2014 under the Second Valls Government,where he pushed through business-friendly reforms. He resigned in August 2016 in order to launch a bid in the 2017 presidential election.In November 2016, Macron declared that he would run in the election under the banner of En Marche!, a centrist movement he founded in April 2016.
THE “NON TRADITIONAL” THREE L T R ROTHSCHILD BANKER MARCON , MOSSAD AUNTIE MARINE LE PEN AND FREEMASON MELECHON
Right now, the rise of Mr Mélenchon is the most dynamic element in the changing mix. Capitalising on the anti–establishment mood and on the weakness of the socialist party’s campaign for Benoît Hamon, he offers a rebellious wish list and may be pushing past Mr Fillon into third spot in the contest at exactly the right time to threaten the frontrunners. A wider range of runoffs is now possible, including the nightmare scenario for the established parties, a Le Pen-Mélenchon head-to-head. The chances that France may be about to add a new chapter to the disruptions of Brexit and the Trump presidency are very real indeed. The result is that three “outsiders” now lead the polls. They may take as much as two-thirds of the vote in the first round between them. Ms Le Pen and Mr Macron continue to be favourites.
TAKE YOUR PICK FRANCE ROTHSCHILD BANKER , MOSSAD AUNTIE OR FREMASON SOCIALIST ……..OR SOME BORING “TRADITIONAL” POLITICIANS