Sunday, November 15, 2015

The one true winner from the horrific Paris attacks may be Marine Le Pen

Over the past two years there has been an under-current of radical leaders and political parties making headway into Europe’s political system.  From the Syriza and Golden Dawn parties in Greece, to the election of a radical Marxist to the head of the Labour Party in Britain, the backlash against long-standing politicians who appear little more than bought off sycophants to the ECB are rising in tandem across the continent, and in an era not seen since the great ‘Communist scare’ of the late 1840’s.
And while most of these populist movements have occurred in Southern European countries rocked by years of austerity following the 2008 Credit Crisis, one major Eurozone nation is beginning to lean towards their own radical candidate for President, and following the horrific terror attacks on Paris on Nov. 13, her popularity is only getting stronger.

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