She calls herself the "voice of the people," the anti-system candidate who will ensure social justice for the have-nots and purify a France she says is losing its voice to Europe and threatened by massive immigration and rampant Islamization.
She wants to drastically reduce the number of immigrants – to 10,000 a year – and, a top theme, to crack down for good on what she claims is the growing footprint of Islamic fundamentalists in France.
I happened to be visiting Paris in January, 2012, when Marine Le Pen presented her vision for France as a candidate for President. She had taken over the far-right Front National Party from her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, less than a... Read Post
Madonna has been threatened with legal action after she pasted a Nazi swastika on an image of Marie Le Pen, leader of one of France’s more popular political parties. Le Pen is the leader of the cuddly National Front, a far-right org... Read Post