Le Pen & Socialist Party

The Thinker (Le Penseur in French) is a bronze and marble sculpture by Auguste Rodin, whose first cast, of 1902, is now in the Musée Rodin in Paris; there are some 20 other original castings, as well as various other versions, studies, and posthumous castings. Socialist Party is the name of several different political parties around the world that are explicitly called Socialist. 1.7/5

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I wish I had stayed with French when I tried it, as it's a lovely and of course important language, with my favorite single phrase: plus ca change, c'etet la meme chose, the more things change. . So, "a minimum," let us give France credit for an important fact; when the French chose a President who's a Socialist, unlike in Russia, they don't arrest a lot of people a la Putin, the real deal Socialist, except he's really more like a fascist. And that's o.k that Putin's a quasi-fascist in reality, as Russia is Russia, and will be as it will be. But France can be proud of the fact that since 1958, the Republic has managed peaceful transitions before, not the easiest thing to do in a country that has a very diverse range of opinions compared to American, from the semi-neo-fascist Right of Le Pen to the Communist Left that used to be more powerful than the Socialist Party of Hollande. Some worry about a decay in French politics as to the Gaullists having lost a sense of mission, but Hollande to be fair has an ...
Punch Sarkozy loses French presidency to Hollande May 7, 2012 by Temitayo Famutimi with agency reports Francois Hollande was elected France’s first Socialist president in nearly two decades on Sunday, dealing a humiliating defeat to centre-right incumbent, Nicolas Sarkozy, and shaking up European politics.Hollande got about 52 per cent of votes in Sunday’s run-off, against 48 per cent for Sarkozy.Sarkozy has admitted defeat, saying, “Francois Hollande is the president of France and he must be respected.“I bear the full responsibility for this defeat.” Sarkozy, punished for his failure to rein in record 10 per cent unemployment and for his brash personal style, is the 11th successive leader in the euro zone to be swept from power since the currency bloc’s debt crisis began in 2009. Jubilant left-wingers celebrated outside Socialist Party headquarters and in Paris’ Bastille square.Hollande, a 57-year-old rural MP capitalised on France’s economic woes and President Sarkozy’s unpopularity ** ...
So France elected Socialist Party candidate François Hollande as its new President. Good for you, France. Though personally, I would have gone with the far-right National Front milf, Marine Le Pen. You guiz need to do something about them Moozlams.
Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, took what our President calls a shellacking on Sunday night. Sarkozy is running for reëlection, and in the first round of voting, he came in second place to the Socialist Party candidate, François Hollande,...
From Dar al Hayat news... Change Now in France Wed, 02 May 2012 Randa Takieddine A considerable portion of the French people will watch a televised debate tonight between their president, Nicolas Sarkozy, a candidate for a second term, and his competitor from the Socialist Party, Francois Hollande. It is a significant debate because both men will try to make great efforts to be the better candidate, a few days before the elections on Sunday. However, the debate will not be decisive for either candidate, since the supporters of the ruling right and the Socialists will tune in, each convinced that their candidate is better. As for the supporters of the extreme right, represented by the Marine Le Pen-led National Front, they settled their election stance yesterday, in favor of Hollande, even though Le Pen said she will cast a blank ballot, and that Sarkozy is an enduring disappointment, while Hollande is the false hope. Voting with a blank ballot helps candidate Hollande, who has guaranteed his victory on Su ...
Let's not get too excited about the French election as it pertains to the Socialist Party's initial victory. Let's not even worry about the fact the racist Le Pen got nearly 20% of votes. These are ALL CAPITALIST game. They scare you of Le Pen to vote for Socialist Party or Conservative Party. In the end, you are intimidated to vote for one or the other color of the same party with IDENTICAL agenda: Capitalism. We need to establish our own game, we don't need a representative system. We, each and all of us, can run the society directly. Viva General Assembly Rule Down with Representative Rule
Best of luck to Francois Hollande and the Socialist Party in Also hoping Melenchon beats the vile fascist Le Pen
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