Something’s Vichy….

WTF? That Surrender Monkey is the French Ambassador to the USA.

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  • BillyHW

    The French invented faggotry.

    • Watchman

      Some red leftists wanted French military determination depicted by the rightmost part of the French flag, their opponents wanted the royal blue on the left to represent French military prowess. Unfortunately neither of them got their wish and so military skill is depicted and summarised by the white middle of their flag.

      • k1992

        There were some brave, good French soldiers and military leaders throughout history, doubtless. But they were the exception. For how many centuries did the English consistently kick their butts? I seem to forget.

      • The guy has eaten too many bad snails.

        Call a doctor.

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      Why don’t you have all the upvotes?

      • BillyHW

        The suffragettes are annoyed with me I think.

  • John the Mad

    On this Pearl Harbour Day we should also remember that France and the UK (and Canada) refused to confront the fascist powers until the very final year of the 1930s and only after Hitler invaded Poland.

  • Alain

    Totally irrelevant to today’s events and situation.

  • dapto

    The French joined the Nazis and after they lost the war they decided to change the history books

    • BillyHW

      Je me souviens.

    • ntt1

      1945+ lots of shaved bald French women, membership in the resistance bloomed to 145% of population and healthy stout part germanic babies helped bolster the 4F DNA situation of most surviving French men.

  • Solo712

    Utter rubbish: Both Britain and France pleaded “neutrality” in the Spanish Civil War, though they only enforced with the Republican volunteers. And of course, France was totally incapable to put up any resistance to Hitler (even the Front Commun), while half of the British peerage was fascinated by, and supportive of, Hitler (including the “abdicator” and his inner circle).

    • ntt1

      it was shocking how many British aristocrats supported hitler, bertie was slated as a Reich puppet king after the invasion and was supported by joseph kennedy who was eventually kicked out of Britain due to his meddling.

  • John Boy

    Who cares what they think.

    Let’s see what happens when their civil war that they brought onto themselves with Muslim immigration starts. Who will they plead to for help then?

    • ntt1

      same as Vichy ..a two state solution again.

  • HalfJudean (Destroyer-Drone)

    We should also remember that during the thirties, France dismantled the security agreements it had concluded with Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, and Romania; all of which were meant to prevent further German aggression.

    That during the thirties, France engaged in a policy of outright appeasement with fascist powers. France and the UK only truly began to ‘confront’ aforementioned fascist powers after the crumbling of the Munich agreement (and Czechoslovakia) in 1939.

    That during the thirties, the French government under Léon Blum’s Popular Front was more commited to anti-militarism than anti-fascism. And that while Hitler gambled by sending most of his divisions into Poland, France and the UK sat it out and missed a shockingly perfect opportunity to steamroll straight to Berlin in what would be known as the “Phoney War”.

    I checked this moron’s tweet, he simply deleted it and went on trying to correct himself by saying France paid for its awful mistakes “because of its geography”. As you can see, the French are once again demonstrating that diplomatic finesse of theirs for which they are known worldwide.

    This was but a mere opportunity for him to pour more fuel on the fire of anti-Americanism in the Age of Trump, further proving how grateful the French really are for the liberation of their country (that is to say, only when it suits them).

  • SDMatt

    If you read accounts from Canadian and American soldiers you’ll find that the French attitude toward them was “now you get the fuck out too” when they cleared the Germans out of Paris.

    • El Martyachi ✓ᴴᵉˡᶦᶜᵒᵖᵗᵉʳᶦˢᵗ

      From what I’ve read the rural folk were much friendlier. Not much changes…

  • barryjr

    Fuck the Frogs

  • simus1

    It was the French socialists and commies who chose to make continued construction to finish the anti German defensive Maginot Line a “rich robbing the poor” vote whoring issue during the Great Depression. They succeeded in their quest so now today’s extreme leftist vermin who are their direct descendants seek to offload their perfidy elsewhere. How typical.
    Speaking of the same tactics that scared Stanley Baldwin and Ramsay MacDonald into starving Britain’s army and air force into near impotence ………………….

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    France could have stopped the Germans in 1936 when Hitler remilitarized and re occupied the Rhineland or maybe in 1938 when Hitler reoccupied the Sudetenland.
    France sucks!

  • El Martyachi ✓ᴴᵉˡᶦᶜᵒᵖᵗᵉʳᶦˢᵗ
    • simus1

      Small vignette of “liberated France”:
      The “real resistance French people ” who fought the Germans were a confusing mishmash of communists, Gaullists, British organized networks and German controlled double agents. The lowest levels had no real way of being sure what was going on or who their top people were. After “Liberation” deGaulle solved this problem by declaring those who had risked their lives fighting against the Germans from outside his own highly suspect organization were foreign agents and security risks ineligible for government jobs or political office.

      • Norman_In_New_York

        About 25% of the French resistance membership were Jews.

        Said Churchill, “Everyone has a cross he must bear. Mine is the Cross of Lorraine.”