France: Live or Die

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The future of France is on the line. This Sunday’s French presidential election will decide whether France will be France… or not.

Globalists are getting nervous because Marine Le Pen is rising in the polls ( She has come up with a campaign slogan that’ll be hard to beat: Choose France.

Her opponent, Emmanuel Macron, a globalist who has said he doesn’t believe there’s any such thing as a distinctive French culture, has taken a nasty knock in the polls and is said to be running out of gas.

Ms. Le Pen has pledged to pull France out of the European Union, deport illegal aliens, and defend her country against Muslim cultural assault. As for her opponent, she has summed him up: “The country Mr. Macron wants is no longer France; it’s a space, a wasteland, a trading room where there are only consumers and producers.”

Sounds like a lot of people we know in every country! Our own included.

Marine Le Pen is more than just a candidate for president of France.

She is a candidate for the real hope and change that all our countries need, instead of the poisonous pap that’s been forced down our throats by “leaders” who despise us.

Our ultimate hope for ultimate change is, and must only be, in Jesus Christ Our Lord, the King of Kings. We know that no one we can elect to any position can rescue us from our sins. And the world is the way it is because of no other reason but our sin.

Nevertheless, we do have a duty to defeat, whenever we’re given the freedom to try, those persons whose plans for us are intrinsically and overtly wicked.

And it is no sin to love the countries that God gave us.

Vive Marine Le Pen!

Vive la France!

9 comments on “France: Live or Die

  1. As with all other politicians, there are potential problems in Le Pen’s platform along with the positive things — although there are in fact many positive things, not the least of which is a love of one’s country and its heritage. However, there’s also a hint of anti-religion, as well as more than a hint of anti-Semitism, and a seeming affection for big government. But the alternative is so awful that I, too, have found myself hoping she’ll win.

    Most of all, though, as Lee has said, we have to remember that our only Savior is Jesus Christ, not some politician who promises to rescue us from evil. Only Christ can do that, and not necessarily in this life. I sometimes got in trouble with some of my friends during our own recent campaign for reciting a verse from Psalm 146, but I’ll stand by it still: “Put not your trust in princes nor any son of man.”

    1. That’s a good point. I pray that the political leaders allow us freedom to practice our worship, but the only true reform comes from the Kingdom.

    2. We have to remember that the French fetish for big government goes all the way back to Louis XIV, and that there has always been a strong streak of anti-Semitism in French culture: remember l’Affaire Dreyfuss. A French politician opposed to big government would be as great a curiosity as a living centaur.

      We can’t expect them to share our values. They’re not us. All I’m rooting for is for them to save what’s left of their country. Gotta start somewhere.

    3. France is an enigma to me. They are a major part of Western culture and I value the many things they have contributed. Nonetheless, they seem to have a fatal attraction to stubbornness, even when it works against their better interests.

      For example, DeGaulle refused to call upon French citizens to cooperate with Allied troops after D-Day, because he didn’t approve of the Allied plan. I hope that their stubbornness can be put aside when the survival of their very culture is at stake.

    4. But if anyone in France had listened to DeGaulle before the war broke out, they would have done a lot better.

  2. I’m watching this election with great interest, to say the least. France has made some poor decisions over the years, so I’m keeping my expectations in rein. I hope that things work for the good of the French. Time will tell.

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