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Marine Le Pen May Have Lost This Time But The French Far Right Is On The Move

Marine Le Pen might have had little chance of winning this year’s French election, but that might not be the case in 2022. Her far-right party, like the new president, is “on the move”.

While the headline figure of 66.1 percent suggests Emmanuel Macron and his En Marche! (On the move) movement trounced Marine Le Pen in Sunday’s second round vote, it doesn’t tell the whole story.

The French far-right leader was not wrong when she said the result was “massive” for her party and indeed she too could claim to be moving forward.

Secret Wynne Government Document Says Hydro Rates Will Increase Massively

Ever since Kathleen Wynne announced plans to cut Hydro rates by 25%, the Ontario Liberals have been criticism for making a promise designed only for one election cycle – which would lead to higher rates in the future.

Now, there is clear evidence showing that is exactly what will happen.

Hamas Official: Contrary to what You Read in the News, We Still Want to Destroy Israel

Hamas will engage in “resistance” in order “to liberate the rest of Palestine and the territories of 1948″ with “no negotiations,” a co-founder of the terrorist group Hamas asserted, The Times of Israel reported Wednesday.

Mahmoud al-Zahar, still a top official of Hamas, made his comments at a press conference in Gaza, apparently in response to concerns expressed by another Gaza-based terrorist group, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), that the policy document released last week suggested that Hamas no longer sought Israel’s destruction.

Israel Asks U.S. To Nullify Anti-Settlement UN Security Council Resolution

Israel issued an appeal this week to U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley asking her to help nullify the anti-Israel Security Council resolution that was passed in the final days of Obama’s presidency and defines the Western Wall and the Temple Mount as “occupied Palestinian territory.”

Desmond Cole implies he may disrupt again Toronto Police’s meeting

Desmond Cole, Newstalk 1010 host, staff writer at Torontoist and former Toronto Star columnist, plans to “stop” Toronto Police Service’s meeting scheduled to May 18, 2017.

In a speech at Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto on May 17, 2017, Cole said the following:

“The next Police Service’s meeting is a week from tomorrow and I stopped the last one by myself. I don’t plan on going alone next week. I might need some help. So stay tuned.”

Black Harvard grads to hold separate commencement ceremony

Black graduate students at Harvard University are planning a first-of-its-kind graduation ceremony for black students.

There is no “White Graduation” scheduled, but Harvard will hold its third-annual “Latinx Graduation Ceremony” the same day, and last month offered a “Lavender Graduation” for LGBTQ students.

In 50 years they’ll be protesting the segregation they are now demanding.

Female ex-bullfighter and maths genius among candidates standing for Macron

Macron, the country’s recently elected president, has promised to renew French political life by aiming to fill the lower house of parliament, the Assemblée Nationale, with MPs who are completely new to the corridors of power. He needs an absolute majority in the house to push through tough reforms.

As BCF said, “They elected a figurehead without a party behind him.”

Stephen King calls for Donald Trump to be impeached

Best selling author Stephen King has called for Donald Trump to be impeached after he sacked FBI director James Comey.

Taking to Twitter he called the US leader “a remarkable combination of unhinged and dumb as dirt.”

He added: “Time to start talking impeachment. Really. Enough is enough.”

The liberal brain is incapable of recognizing self projection.

Prof: ‘college campuses are not free speech areas’

A Fresno State University professor was recently caught on camera scrubbing pro-life message off of the sidewalk and encouraging several of his students to do the same.

When confronted by the pro-life students, who informed him they had permission to leave the chalkings, the professor claimed that free speech only applies to the (nonexistent) “free speech area.”

Trudeau’s determination to stick to a script undercuts his message

Take a peek at the newly established Prime Minister’s Question Period. In this special weekly event, one person, the PM, faces all queries. On Wednesday, it was mainly one question, over and over again, 18 times. But there was no answer. Every time, Justin Trudeau delivered a rote non-answer. Sometimes, he blathered on about something else.