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May 4, 2007

Sarcozy Increases Lead In French Polls As Royal Runs To Islamofascist Playbook

Topics: International News

In what LGF refers to as an "Islamist-Leftist convergence," Socialist Ségolène Royal is borrowing from the playbook of her Islamofascist supporters, and warning that if she doesn't win, there will be violence and brutality unleashed in the country," suggesting that unrest was especially likely in the "volatile suburbs" (MSM-speak for the Muslim communities) that were the site of rioting in 2005:

PARIS: The French presidential campaign officially closed Friday with the Gaullist front-runner, Nicolas Sarkozy, looking ever more assured of winning Sunday and his Socialist rival, Ségolène Royal, predicting street violence if he is elected.

Her warning came after the two latest opinion polls suggested Sarkozy would beat her by a bigger margin than predicted a few days ago, before a combative debate on national television in which Sarkozy kept his cool under rhetorical fire from Royal.

"Choosing Nicolas Sarkozy would be a dangerous choice," Royal told the radio station RTL.

"It is my responsibility today to warn people of the risk of his candidacy concerning the violence and brutality that would be unleashed in the country," she said, suggesting that unrest was especially likely in the volatile suburbs that were the site of rioting in 2005.

Royal's threat of the unleashing of violence and brutality in the country if she loses doesn't appear to have caused Sarkozy much concern. In the above article we learn that as his party prepared Champagne and canapés for Sunday night outside his Paris headquarters, Sarkozy swiftly rebuffed Royal's fears of rioting:. "She's not in a good mood this morning, it must be the opinion." My guess is that the French public will be even less concerned than Sarkozy come election day. If the polls are anywhere close to being reflective of the mood of French voters, look for a Sarkozy landslide victory.

Cross posted from Freedom's Zone

Posted by Abdul at May 4, 2007 5:30 PM



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