Gallia Watch on French by-election where mainstream conservative party of Sarkozy fell behind Front National

“It’s the nice little blonds that piss me off, not the immigrants!”

The first round of a partial legislative election was held on Sunday in the department of le Doubs in eastern France on the Swiss border. The reason for the election was the departure of Socialist deputy Pierre Moscovici for Brussels where he has been appointed commissioner.

The results of the first round saw the defeat of the UMP* candidate Charles Demouge and the victories of Socialist Frédéric Barbier (+30%) and Sophie Montel (+35%) of the Front National. Barbier and Montel will face off in the second round.

Two things of major importance mark this election: the anti-white racist remark of Charles Demouge that cost him the election; and the possible unholy alliance between UMP and Socialist voters to stop another FN victory.

In the image above, taken from a short video, you see the words of Charles Demouge:

“It’s the nice little blonds that piss me off, not the immigrants!”

In the same interview he also denounced the Front National that wants to “kick out Frenchmen”, referring to naturalized immigrants…

*UMP: Sarkozy’s mainstream conservative party.

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