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
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen could face charges over remarks comparing Muslims praying in the streets to the wartime Nazi occupation, after European lawmakers voted to strip her of parliamentary immunity.The French justice ... Read Post