French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?

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Re: French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?




by Christophe » 17/03/23, 09:34

Remundo wrote:LR would have to let go of Macronie.

it's not impossible because the LRs realize that Macronie is charred.

It is unheard of that this LR party, having won 4% in the Presidential election and having no clear political line (in my opinion LR should be dissolved, the Macronist ass-lickers on one side, the sovereignists on the other), hold the fate of the country to the motion of censure, suspended over a few corrupt and undecided...


Personally, when I get a double arm of honor and a fuck, I don't take so long to let go and stop licking the one who did it to me...in a few seconds it's over!

I must be less stupid than these idiots! : Mrgreen:

Undoubtedly a matter of honor!
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by Christophe » 17/03/23, 09:35

izentrop wrote:Thanks to you, populism is gaining ground, shameful : Shock:


: Shock: : Shock: : Shock:

Who is "you"? There are deputies on the forum ? First news !!
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by Christophe » 17/03/23, 09:51

Why am I not surprised?

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by Christophe » 17/03/23, 10:04

Martial law is on the horizon?

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by reinoso » 17/03/23, 12:08

Christophe wrote:The tricky affair I spoke about because it was the buzzz of the moment and that it made me laugh gently! I did not add anything to this case except relaying information that was already public ...



the case trogneux and the complaint of brigitte was judged and the complaint rejected
so officially brigitte is a guy

it's here around 30 minutes

https://videos.reaction19.fr/items/61c8 ... 85132755d1
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Re: French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?




by Christophe » 17/03/23, 14:25

I heard it was Jean Mi Brigitte who had withdrawn her complaint in fact...
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Re: French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?




by Remundo » 17/03/23, 18:11

the army picks up the trash...

Well, that's not rewarding, but surely less risky than being projected in Ukraine...
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by Macro » 17/03/23, 18:20

Remundo wrote:the army picks up the trash...

Trust me, that's not rewarding.


I know some rippers... They love their job, and they find it rewarding... It all depends on the metal that made up the spoon that fed you
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Re: French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?




by Remundo » 17/03/23, 18:29

oh you're not going to give us the sketch of the class struggle...

between street cleaner and engineer, the average population quickly locates what is more noble and what is less attractive...

Even a soldier surely does not have the ambition to pick up the trash in place of his garbage collector companion because Macron the head of the Armies is a sociopolitical psychopath.

Yes yes I agree that any job deserves respect, salary and that a garbage collector is much more productive and useful for France than Macron.
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Re: French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?




by Macro » 17/03/23, 19:09

Remundo wrote:
between street cleaner and engineer, the average population quickly locates what is more noble and what is less attractive...



I participated in 3 job interviews in 2 weeks... There are still 2 (23 years old bac + ...) who were rather interested in working outside rather than spending their day sitting in front of screens... .
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