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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Marine LePen, interesting politician... Marine 2017


 This is why the left wing globalists are afraid of her...

Say what you will about her (or what the left globalist wants you to believe) but isn't this the true meaning of "equal rights"? Women's rights? Human rights? 
"You want me to cover myself? 
You have the right to ask...
I have the right to refuse..." Marine Le Pen.

Many in the islamic world believe a woman should hide (cover) her femininity, to prevent herself from been assaulted, even raped, if she does not then what happens is her fault...(Really????)
Always have a problem with that....policy. 
We must say that not all think that way, but from what we gather, a good chunk of them do...
And some...well read this....
Islamic Leader Reveals When to Give Wife Chocolates and When to Beat Her

And that is what is so disturbing, none of us are here to dictate, specially from on gender to another, but from western values, which the islamic world must accept, if a woman does get assaulted, it is NEVER her fault...
There is no reason for her to get assaulted, she has the right to cover if she so wishes or to show her femininity...

Doesn't matter if a politician is male or female, it does matter when they stand up for what they believe in and to do what they say...
People like Marine Le Pen are the new breed, Trump, O'leary and Kelly Leitch (Canada) so on, are replacing the divisive ol'guard who only look after their own personal ideals, at the expense of their population, out of touch elitists who believe they know best and impose their will on us...
Is this way of thinking over with...time will tell.

Globalism, for the moment doesn't work, it brings down salaries, increases costs, destroys families with their personal beliefs for foreign ones, on and on...
For globalism to work, the world, specially the third world has to catch up first, financially, policy wise, and have to let go of some of their way of thinking. If anything we have learned that universality and adaptation to certain rules is best for the evolution of people; away from primitive thinking, to respecting the rights of the individual instead of an imposition of the hive thinking.

We have to take a step back for a while, take a deep breath and slow down. 
There is just to many differences among us on this world to try to impose a kumbaya moment.

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