Jews Keep Attacking European “Far Right” Parties for Supporting Them

Cuckold right-wingers and right-wing women are the only people supporting Israel. The government leftists do too, but their supporters don’t.

This strategy the Jews have is a strategy to become totally isolated.


When more than 100,000 people marched in Paris against antisemitism on Sunday, one political group joining the crowd stood out – far-right Rassemblement National supporters with their leader, Marine Le Pen.


Marine supports killing children?

Their appearance was all the more remarkable considering Le Pen’s father, National Front founder Jean-Marie, was convicted of inciting racial hatred for saying the gas chambers used to kill Jews during the Holocaust were “merely a detail in the history of the Second World War”.

The march is the most striking sign to date that Le Pen’s strategy to normalise the party’s image is working, taking down one more barrier in her quest for respectability and boosting her chances in future elections, analysts say.

The shift is part of a strategy, being used by other far-right politicians in Europe including in Italy, Germany and Britain, to help bolster their anti-migration agenda while rebutting suggestions they are racist.

Good luck.

You freaks are as doomed as the kikes you suck.

In France, analysts say Le Pen has implemented it so effectively that it is breaking the glass barrier many said blocked the far-right from coming to power – a prospect that is horrifying critics who accuse her of political opportunism and of hiding her party’s true colours.

Leftists are the real antisemites, says the AfD

Le Pen has long tried to distance herself from the most inflammatory rhetoric of her father, especially since she took over from him in 2015 and rebranded the party in 2018.

But other French parties kept a so-called cordon sanitaire, or health barrier, to cordon off the party politically and symbolically, refusing to let it take part in the same demonstrations.

That came to an end on Sunday, with a march politicians and analysts see as a turning point in the party’s history.

Although they marched at the back of the demo and not at the front with organisers, government officials and two former presidents, Le Pen and her lieutenants were able to take part without being roughed up, as has happened in previous protests.

“She had everything to gain from being at the march,” said Jean-Daniel Levy, a political analyst from pollster Harris Interactive. “For 2027, the reasons to oppose her are now fewer than they were even a little while ago.”

No one has anything to gain anymore, Jew.

It’s over.

Anyone joining with you is hopping on a rollercoaster into an oven.

Sandrine Rousseau, a Green lawmaker, said Le Pen’s presence had made her uncomfortable. “It’s a tipping point for the Rassemblement National, which is whitewashing the antisemitism of its birth.”

The cunt Meloni is standing with that cunt Le Pen.

Le Pen’s strategy fits into what has happened elsewhere in Europe, in Italy for instance, where Giorgia Meloni’s right-wing government has taken a firmly pro-Israeli stance since the Hamas conflict broke out, a line it embraced long ago to gain respectability.

Meloni, who joined a neo-fascist youth movement in her teenage years, last year pledged to fight “every kind of discrimination and antisemitism” as she commemorated Jewish journalists persecuted under fascist-era racial laws.

In Germany, the far-right Alternative for Germany has expressed its solidarity with Israel and urged the government to take measures to prevent “imported antisemitism” from Muslim migrants, despite the fact security services report antisemitism being present within the party.

In Britain, the right of the ruling Conservative Party has adopted a staunchly pro-Israel position and criticised the large demonstrations in support of Palestinians as “hate marches” led by “mobs”.

Domestic Jews are telling all these parties they don’t want their support.

It’s wild.