As Election Looms, One French Candidate Admits He Wouldn’t Deport Radical Islamic Terrorists

The French have been living under the oppressive thumb of radical Islamic terrorism for the better part of 2 years, as terrorists are swiftly integrating themselves into European culture.

Thanks to the Syrian refugee crisis and a bevy of leftist leaders scattered across the continent, Europe has been in the grips of a rash of terrorist attacks in recent months, with France and Germany being particularly hard hit by this global jihad.  Now, as the French prepare to go to the presidential polls this weekend, one candidate has outed himself as a bit of a terrorism capitulator with his asinine thoughts on the decoration of dangerous radical Muslims.

“En Marche presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron slammed Marine Le Pen’s proposal to arrest radical Islamists saying it would be counter-productive to intelligence efforts.

“Mr Macron took direct exception to Le Pen’s comments Friday morning when the Front National presidential candidate called for the arrest of all known radical Islamists and the deportation of Islamists without French citizenship Le Figaro reports. Le Pen made the comments after reports that the shooter of three police in Paris Thursday night had been known to police as an Islamic extremist.

 “’The goal is an intelligence goal,’ Macron said. ‘If you put them all in jail, first of all, it is not in accordance with the law,’ he added, ‘The goal is to follow them. The police must be able to work in the best possible way.’
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“Macron also hit out at comments made by Le Pen earlier this week in which she claimed that under a Le Pen presidency none of the major attacks in the last five years would have happened. ‘I heard a few days ago Ms Le Pen say “with me, there would have been no such attack.” No, zero risk does not exist, we live and we will live permanently with the threat of Terrorism,’ he said.”

Macron’s biggest hurdle in the race is Le Pen, who is a right wing powerhouse hellbent on creating a strong and independent France should she become Madame President.  Her tough stance on immigration and national sovereignty would certainly lead to head butting between France and what is left of the European Union, should she squeak out a victory this weekend.


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