France’s Marine Le Pen on Turkey’s Act of War: ‘It has a name – an INVASION’ (Must Watch)
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- On March 7, 2020
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“When a country [exports] mass thousands of men at a border and orders them to enter into force, it bears a name: an invasion.” – Marine Le Pen
In a video posted to Facebook ahead of local elections to be held in France on March 15th, Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen calls upon voters to mobilize in the face of the migration crisis unfolding in Greece and explains why it is critical to find the right political solution to this ongoing problem plaguing Europe.
Echoing Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán’s recent comments, Le Pen tells Europeans to “face the facts” and understand this is an invasion, explaining, “The term invasion isn’t too strong when a country masses thousands of men at a border and their orders are to enter with force.”
Joining in on Orbán’s call for European countries to unite to defend Greece as it fights to protect its borders, Le Pen reminds the French people that by protecting their borders, the Greeks are also defending France’s borders.
Turkey has been aggressive in weaponizing migrants against Europe. President Trump did not start NATO, but Turkey is engaging in an act of war and must be removed from the alliance.
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Transcript: many thanks Miss Piggy for the translation:
Dear compatriots, you have probably seen the images coming to us from Greece of thousands of men trying to enter in force by attacking the border guards, including with firearms.
This news must alert all the citizens of European countries. Europe must face the facts and realize that it is experiencing an attempted invasion. The term invasion isn’t too strong when a country masses thousands of men at a border and their orders are to enter with force.
It has a name. An INVASION. Turkey, feeling protected by America, launches a double offensive.
In Syria to help jihadist terrorists taking refuge in the so-called “free zone”, and against Europe as a whole with its blackmail using migratory flooding. In the face of what is an act of unprecedented gravity, the soft and enslaved European Union says nothing. It pretends to look the other way.
Even worse, television reports show the way Frontex agents physically assisted the zodiacs to reach the shore and allowed them to land on the Greek coasts.
The National Rally stands with the Greeks. The Greek people are defending themselves. By protecting their borders alone, they are defending ours as well. By bravely, physically fighting an organized submergence, it teaches us a lesson in resistance and patriotism which should somehow remind our countries of their duties.
Emmanuel Macron obliges France to an absurd solidarity towards NATO, supports de facto the warlike will of Erdogan, the sultan of Turkey, who dreams of a new Ottoman Empire while claiming he’s fighting terrorism. The French government supports the power that is trying to save the last representatives of the Islamist hydra, often war criminals who will then come to sow death in our country.
Let us try to analyse politically what is happening. These emblematic events, just as the spread of the coronavirus in a deregulated world, these highlight all the flaws of the globalist and European system. A system that we have been denouncing for years. A system that is leading our countries towards the abyss.
The European Union has given billions to a Turkey which has renounced Kemalism and then slipped into Islamism. Its authoritarian government, which makes no secret of its fierce desire to Islamize Europe, is now using our money to arm itself and support the so-called free terrorists it intends to turn into mercenaries in Libya and elsewhere and perhaps even here at home.
The United States is forcing us to support this belligerent country in the name of the Atlantic alliance. Haven’t we learned anything?
Since 1914, we have known that the game of alliances can drag the world into terrible wars that it doesn’t want. Emmanuel Macron follows sheep-like when what we need at this time of crisis is to find the voices of independence.
We must re-found Europe, get out of the integrated command of NATO and the logic of these dangerous alliances. France, aware of its national interests, can once again become a power of balanced peace.
We can see right in front of our eyes what history has taught us, that a demographic or migratory weapon is used as a weapon of war. To submerge our countries and no doubt, if nothing is done about it, for subjugation.
Concretely, at all costs, it is necessary to immediately suspend Schengen, which organizes the opening of our borders, and to declare an immediate moratorium on the immigration in our country. Illegal immigrants must be sent back to where they came from without any exception. The countries of emigration must be vigorously encouraged to collaborate in the policy of return. This policy is in defense of our vital national interests.
French women and French men, you have before your eyes the images which are far from being trivial but which must awaken your consciousness as citizens. This international crisis must mobilize us, dear compatriots. It is no longer time to watch distractedly and comment, but to commit and act.
To commit means to find the right political solutions by joining the National Rally. To act, dear voters, also means going to vote on March 15 in the municipal elections. All elections are political. And the one approaching, in this period, more so than the others. So I am counting on you.