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French Presidential Candidate Goes Full Globalist, Suggests Sanctions Over Refugees

The Syrian refugee crisis is continuing to deepen in much of Europe as the tense French elections continue to move forward.

The contest, which pits France-First candidate Marine Le Pen against global stooge Emmanuel Macron, has been an eye opening affair for Europe as a whole, and, specifically, the European Union.

Le Pen, who believes in the French people and their ability to self-govern and return to greatness, is also a stanch opponent of open borders and unmitigated immigration.  Given the massive increase in crime and terror in the parts of Europe with higher-than-average refugee populations, all of the facts lead to Le Pen’s assessment being basically true.  This information is not lost on the leaders of Poland and Hungary, who have refused to take in these possibly dangerous refugees until further safeguards can be installed.

Of course, the idea of Poland and Hungary asserting their sovereignty in the case of Syrian refugees has irked the European Union, and, in turn, their French stooge candidate Emanuel Macron.  Macron, who is battling with the patriotic Le Pen for the highest office in France, has absurdly suggested that the EU could sanction these two nations for their refusal…something that Poland and Hungary find absurd.

“Polish lawmakers are furious at French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron who has proposed potential sanctions on the country for refusing to take in migrants from other European Union states.

“Globalist candidate  Macron has threatened Poland with sanctions if he becomes France’s new leader on 7 May. Speaking to several newspapers he said: ‘When the rights and values of the European Union are not respected, I want sanctions to be taken,’ referring to the refusal of Poland to take in migrants from Italy and Greece, Reuters reports.

 “The Polish government has also clashed with the EU on the subject of its judiciary, which the EU has claimed has been weakened by the conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) led government.

“’In the three months after I’m elected, there will be a decision on Poland,’ Macron said.”

Macron’s declaration certainly illustrates that the European Union believes that they are above the sovereignty of the aligned nations – a complaint that led Great Britain to absolve themselves from the organization earlier this year.

Should Macron be elected, and should he convince the EU to start enforcing his cockamamy sanctions, the EU may just get a whole lot smaller.

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