Marion Maréchal-Le Pen: ‘Either We Kill Islamism Or It Will Kill Us’

A French National Front (FN) Assemblée Nationale member has made it clear that she believes Europe is at war with Islamists, warning that the time is coming for people to choose a side. Her comments come just days after 84 people were killed in Nice while celebrating Bastille Day.

Speaking shortly after the Nice attack, Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, niece to Marine Le Pen and one of the FN’s two National Assembly members, told her supporters: “Either we kill Islamism or it will kill us again and again. You are with us and against Islamism, or you are against us and for Islamism… Those who choose the status quo become complicit with our enemies.”

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    As a person whose mother is of French-Jewish background, and knowing full well the history of France, of Vichy, of the Nazi occupation, of the history of the NF, I still believe – despite all – that this younger Le Pen is correct and it is the only viable hope for the future of France.

    Sarkozy and Hollande (and Valls) have been disastrous for France, which is becoming more and more of an Islamic Republic in the heart of Europe as the weeks go by.

    Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, good luck! Bonne chance!

    • The French need more like Marion Maréchal-Le Pen if they expect to save French society.

      And the time is running out.

    • xavier

      She’said also a Catholic
      She was profiled along with another young woman politician fromantic another party in la famille cretienne magazine

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        Please clarify what you mean by this cryptic message. What are you attempting to write?

        • xavier

          That she’s very different from her aunt
          That Marion gets it too but can transmit the same message in a more congenial manner where the ordinary French aren’t hectored by the elites as scumbag racists and nativists and vichyssois collaborators.
          She, like her aunt, exposes the French elites as virtue signalling poseurs who are quite willing to throw pearls to pigs.

  • France has had several attacks and with rising frequency.

    It’s about time someone thought of something other than hashtags.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      I spent two “glorious” weeks there in the beginning of July. France is a shithole, and Paris is even worse than a shithole.

      • And I thought those fields of lavender and the history would make it appealing.

        The french will rue what they have lost.

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          I’m quite certain that a talented photographer could make Detroit look appealing to the tourist. In any case, fields of lavender are seasonal, not close to Paris, and the French frankly haven’t done much culturally or otherwise since between WWII. Enough said. It sucked. Royally.

          EDIT: Since the Bataclan attack, Italian and Dutch tourists, and other Europeans, too, have not been coming to Paris in numbers similar to before the Bataclan. Also, the Japanese tourist is 30% less common, approx., than previous.

          The French are making up for this with importing even more Muslim “tourists”, which results in making the Eiffel Tower into the 4th Holy Site of Islam, and Chinese tourists are up approx. 40%. They are beyond annoying, in a total ecstacy whether eating at McDonalds are a 300 Euro meal per person, and seemingly often have selfie sticks surgically attached to their bodies. They are sort of cyborg tourists, constantly taking selfies and photos everywhere and anywhere. Pathetic.

          • That sound you hear is Charles Martel spinning in his grave.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            Only on france24.com can you get this insane headline: “Munich shooter was a ‘demented individual with no political motive’… I would laugh if it wasn’t so bloody pathetic. *sigh*

            http://www.france24.com/en/20160723-munich-shooter-was-demented-individual-with-no-political-motive

          • It’s always someone else’s fault other than Islam’s.

          • ismiselemeas

            I’m very much alive.

          • Then attack!

          • Waffle

            All I can say is that I’m glad I did the “grand tour” in 1989 and have some great memories. A charming little hotel on the Left Bank was the base, drank oodles of chardonnary in Burgundy, strolled the beaches in Nice and was blown away by Chagall originals at the Chagall museum. My unforgettable highlight was my trek to Mont St. Michel and communing with the cats who came out at midnight and howled at the moon.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            Yeah, ah, when France was French, alas. I enjoyed seven weeks in France in 1984, and at that time did Mont St. Michel in Normandy, too, saw a lot of the smaller towns and villages, etc. In 1992 I stayed approx. eight weeks in France and enjoyed much good food and wine then. Chagall… fantastic museum in Nice, along with the Matisse Museum, too. There were relatively few Muslims and Africans back then, but they were noticeable even then in Paris and other cities already. In any case, France is a radically different country now and less and less French as the months go by.

          • Waffle

            Well, at least we have our memories. I would have liked to visit Carcassonne and also the fabled vineyards of Chateau d’yquem — perhaps in another life.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            I have spent approx. six months in total in France on four previous visits added together. As of summer 2016, my wife and I have decided we’re never visiting Europe again. Anywhere. There are just too many great places we enjoy in the USA to visit, and the Euro royally sucks for Canadians and the continent is vastly overpriced and increasingly tacky. And with the increasing numbers of Muslims and Africans and annoying Chinese tourists, etc., it’s just not fun either. The food and drink have declined in value in real $ terms quite significantly over the last quarter century. Yes, “memories” are what we have of Europe. Good riddance to this continent. It can go to hell as far as I’m concerned.

  • BillyHW

    There is not such thing as Islamism. That is a made up word. The enemy is Islam.

    • Alain

      Either she was being polite and moderate or she thought the full force of the truth would be too much for most to take in at present. I do not believe she or her aunt are unaware that the problem is Islam. Of course I am only speculating based on past speeches by her aunt.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Damn right.

      • Minicapt

        1. Mohammedan;
        2. Mohammedanism.

        Cheers

  • marty_p

    Breaking News (Coming to a Canadian city near you) – Syrian asylum seeker in Germany kills woman with machete:
    German media are reporting that a 21-year-old man with a machete killed a woman and injured two others in the southwestern city of Reutlingen before being arrested by police…Police say the man was a Syrian asylum seeker, who’d been involved in previous injureus to others in the past.
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4832581,00.html

    • k2

      Nothing to do with Islam; nothing to see here. Move along.

    • robins111

      Apparently the attack was stopped by a german motorist ramming the perp with his car. The car was a BMW. Which will be forever after be called a Battering Muslim Weapon.

  • FactsWillOut

    Wouldn’t it be nice to see another first for women leaders: The first pogrom organized by a woman.

    • pdxnag

      Wrong thread. Hillary has invited your army of violent Islamic Supremacists to America. Or maybe you are late to Merkel’s pogrom against anyone describable as a nativist by her team of Islamic invaders.

  • Alain

    Her statement that you are with us and against the enemy, or you are against us and for the enemy, and those who choose the status quo are complicit with our enemies, applies appropriately to Canada. I consider all forms of totalitarianism, which includes Islam, Communism and basically the Left, the enemy.

  • moraywatson

    There will always be totalitarianism. Our goal is to make its influence as marginal as possible. Say No to Totalitarian Islam.

    • Alain

      I agree, which is why it must be resisted every step of the way. It really never suddenly happens that a country falls under a totalitarian regime over night. It happens through what I call incrementalism. Sadly fewer and fewer people see and understand how every small bit of their freedom being removed always leads to the complete loss of all freedom.

  • Justin St.Denis

    To state the obvious, it would appear that the phenomenon of hot conservative women vs. fugly progressive women is not limited to North America. Those LePen women sizzle, don’t they? Marine is about my age, and I definitely think she is triple-plus hot. PLUS I like what’s inside conservative women’s heads and what comes out of their mouths. They don’t talk shit, and they don’t take shit. All in all, I am falling in love again………

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Is this lady here sexy enough for ya, too? She is doing her best to look like Brigitte Bardot. *sigh*

      • Justin St.Denis

        Brigitte predates me by about 20 years. But she was magnificent in her twenties!!!!!!! HINT:Watch Selena Gomez’ video of the song GOOD FOR YOU, and discover your inner pedophile. Not really! Selena is 22 in the video. ;-). The young Selena Gomez looks remarkably like my wife back when we first met and she was 22. And some women actually do get hotter over time!!! 😉

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          I hope you’re not suggesting that HiLIARy is getting hotter over time. *sigh* 😉

          • Justin St.Denis

            Perish the thought! OMG NO!!!!!

            I have always been partial to brunettes, maybe because I have always been so bloody blond myself. But pretty, dark-haired women have always been #1 on my radar, even when I was a young lad. I drive through the Little Manila neighbourhoods of Toronto VERY slowly. 😉 I used to vacation in Thailand when I was going to school. 😉 I taught English in Japan for a year just for the women.

            In hindsight, I have always liked ’em pale-skinned, raven-haired, small-waisted and over 5’6″ tall. And really, really fucking smart. Mercifully, I hit the jackpot and married her years ago. That’s how I know that those types “keep” real good over the years. 😉

          • Minicapt

            Consider her destination …

            Cheers

        • Daviddowntown

          They don’t make em like they used to.

        • Clausewitz

          Sorry the buck toothed overbite from giving blow jobs to Saul Alinsky was never attractive ever.

        • Daviddowntown

          She always had canckles.

        • Waffle

          Just like the portrait of Dorian Gray.

  • Clausewitz

    Finally a European leader who “Gets” “it”.