After Macron’s Massive Ukraine Moralization Barrage, Poll Shows Only 10% of French Give a Shit

The effectiveness of moralization campaigns is rapidly waning for a number of different reasons.

For one, shit is getting real. People have real problems, and when you have real problems, goofy moralization stuff becomes much less appealing. Dancing around and signaling to everyone what a good person you are because you support the latest moralization campaign is a luxury for people who have literally no real problems at all.

Along with that, the fact that we’re all watching Palestinians be slaughtered on an industrial scale by the Jews, and that this is being broadly and aggressively supported by the same people who push these various moralization campaigns, shows how dumb and decadent this all is.

“We have to have an endless war in the Ukraine because of democracy values or whatever but also we need to slaughter tens of thousands of infants, also because of democracy or something.”


Security at home is a far more important issue for French voters ahead of the European Parliament election, despite President Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to use the Russia-Ukraine conflict to his advantage.

Macron began ramping up his rhetoric on Ukraine in February, accusing the National Rally (RN) of being Russian stooges and Kremlin sympathizers, while positioning his Renaissance bloc as the “only pro-European campaign.”

An Odoxa poll conducted last week, however, showed only 10% of French voters considering the Ukraine conflict among the top three factors that would influence their vote in the EU election, while 35% named domestic security.

“This is an election cycle dominated by domestic issues, which lands halfway into Emmanuel Macron’s presidency and can be seen by voters as a midterm vote,” Odoxa researcher Erwan Lestrohan told Politico.

The French are much more concerned with security within their own borders than globally, Lestrohan explained.

While Macron’s government has tried to portray itself as being tough on crime, 70% of Odoxa’s respondents were dissatisfied with the government’s actions to curb drug, gun and immigrant violence. Only 19% believe any of the opposition parties would do better, however, and 50% were convinced that nothing would change.

“Nothing is going to change” is always a good bet. No one ever lost money betting that there will be no meaningful positive change as a result of democracy politics.

Macron is a gay retard.

He’ll win the election though because the French are faggots and who are they going to vote for anyway?

My absolutist position on democracy is “don’t vote.”

By voting you are consenting to being governed by this system.

Don’t sign the social contract.

Demand an end to democracy.