Putin’s neo-fascists puppets from Paris

Marine Le Pen immediately described Russian President Vladimir Putin as “the defender of the Christian heritage of European civilization”. The National Front (NF) believes that Ukraine has been subjugated by the United States because of the “Ukrainian crisis”. NF mostly stays silent on the Russian war launched against Ukraine to absorb its territories, access to the sea, and demographic acquisition of the population, especially children, which is clearly visible in the nature of the fighting and the Kremlin’s abductions. Despite all this, the National Front condemns anti-Russian sentiment in Eastern Europe and the subordination of Western Europe to NATO interests in the region.

The European far right, often described as neo-Nazis and neo-fascists, including representatives of the French National Front, not only supported Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, as mentioned above but also made up the bulk of the European “observers” of the illegitimate “referendum” in Crimea.

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In April 2014, French nationalist leader Marine Le Pen publicly declared her support for the terrorists in eastern Ukraine, and in mid-May she said she shared the same values as Putin and wanted federalization in Ukraine – a complete retranslation of the Kremlin’s propaganda narrative under the influence of Russian money. It is important to understand that this is not just “Russian money”. This is the money that the countries of the European Union are paying for the energy resources supplied by Russia, which are returning to Europe in a micro-stream. At the same time, the slightest increase in the price of hydrocarbons allows the Kremlin to buy a new political party and new “patriotic” politicians.

In reality, these parties and movements are simply on Putin’s payroll, regularly earning their salaries by repeating the Kremlin’s propaganda narratives. It is easy to see this by looking at the statements of such parties, often simultaneously, written as if they had been copied and disseminated to the European media. This is political corruption and the monetization of votes by cunning politicians who manipulate the moods of citizens. At the same time, it is the result of the information war in the ideological confrontation with Western civilization.
The National Front and its leaders have repeatedly been embroiled in scandals over accusations of anti-Semitism and racism.

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For example, the NF has advocated banning special menus for Muslim pupils in French schools, and Muslims performing namaz on French streets have been compared to German occupiers during the Second World War.
In May 2014, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, commenting on the results of the European Parliament elections, called Marine Le Pen’s National Front party “fascist” – everything makes sense here. Fascist Russia is multiplying its Nazi point of view through its lavishly paid puppets all over Europe, and the National Front, which has become the National Rally, has never hidden the fact that it is financed and follows the propaganda. On 26 May 2015, she even visited Moscow and met with the speaker of the lower house of the Russian State Duma, Sergei Naryshkin (the future head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service).

Le Pen has for many years been the French politician closest to Putin’s Russia, and she has always stated that she shares Putin’s global vision. What attracts her to the Russian president is his authoritarianism, imperialism, anti-liberal agenda, and anti-Americanism, which is widespread in France. But on one occasion she tried to distance herself from the current Moscow leader – after the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, she said: “I believe in the sovereignty of nations: if Ukraine wants to join NATO, if that is its will, I don’t see who can oppose it.”

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For domestic audiences, she promises her voters a France beyond globalization, with a protectionist economy, full of nostalgic values and patriotism. Le Marine Le Pen has already repeatedly promised Frexit if she wins the presidential election: she will weaken the role of the EU, abolish the Eurozone, and free borders within the EU and budget rules. If other member states do not agree, Le Pen will hold a referendum on France leaving the EU within 6 months, abandoning the Euro currency and returning to the franc. She wants to withdraw from the Schengen agreement on free movement within the EU and restore border controls with neighboring countries.

After that, the politician wants to impose import and employment taxes on foreigners, drastically reduce migration, and expel all illegal immigrants. All migrants convicted of crimes would also be deported. She also spoke out against Muslim women wearing face-covering headscarves and praying in the street. She described them as unacceptable cultural risks.
So no migrants, no euro, no Europe, but with Putin.

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