What the French are missing is authentic conservative leadership, which is hard to come by these days
By Marielena Montesino de Stuart
In spite of the November 13 massacre that took place in Paris at the hands of jihadists, it looks like the citizens of France are not ready for a nationalist political party, the Front National, which supports strict immigration laws, with particular emphasis on the current migrant/refugee crisis from Syria, as well as other regions torn apart by ISIS and Islamic extremists.
As you can see in the map below, the center-right Republicans (moderates) and the Socialists dominated the results. Republicans appear in blue– and Socialists…well, in their usual pink.
As jihadists continue to gain access to weapons in European countries where firearms are banned (see my previous post “Chaos in Europe”) it will be interesting to see what solutions the Republicans and the Socialists will offer the citizens of France.
We have seen how the United States government has subjected its laws to international treaties and UN agreements– which are now cited openly by even so-called “conservative legal experts” on the news. One can be sure that the citizens of France will face an even tougher battle, with EU regulations that affect the decisions made concerning their refugee/migrant crisis.
Meanwhile, the results of these French elections do not offer a clear solution to the terrorism dilemma that France is facing. What the French are missing is authentic conservative leadership, which is hard to come by these days.
We must pay careful attention to the public policies advanced by the French government regarding the battle against jihadists– because the results will affect us here in the United States. Given this precarious international scenario, we need a very strong leader in the White House.
It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.
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