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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

'Frexit is ON!' Marine Le Pen hammers EU and Nato in explosive interview.

MARINE LE PEN has claimed Nato exists only to “serve Washington’s objectives” and has promised to deliver a referendum on France’s EU membership.


In an explosive interview, Ms Le Pen, the leader of France’s National Front, called for many of the leading nations of the EU to call time on Brussels’ hegemony of the continent.
She also supported closer ties with  as she blasted what she saw as  meddling in eastern Europe.
Speaking to Greek newspaper Dimokratia, the 48-year-old said: “Frexit will be a part of my policy.
“The people must have the opportunity to vote for the liberation from slavery and blackmail imposed by technocrats in Brussels to return sovereignty to the country.”
Ms Le Pen’s interview was released in the wake of the , where the Tunisian perpetrator had fled across Europe to  before being shot and killed.

Jean-Claude Juncker and Marine Le Pen
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Marine Le Pen has fired a warning shot at Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU.
Anis Amri killed 12 people on Monday after driving a truck into a packed Christmas market in the centre of the German capital.
“I am against the policy which would promote the entry of immigrants into Europe, which cannot accept them,” Ms Le Pen said.
“This tsunami of migrants should be limited.
“Europe does not have the power to ensure they all find work and opportunities to enrich themselves.
“Immigrants are illegal since once they set foot on European soil they have violated the law.
“They must be sent back to their homeland.”
The 2017 presidential candidate also claimed Nato had become an outdated organisation which was no longer needed in the post-Cold War world.
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Frexit will be a part of my policy
Marine Le Pen
“It [] was established when there was a risk from the Warsaw Pact and the expansionism of the communist Soviet Union.
“The Soviet Union no longer exists, and neither does the Warsaw Pact.
“Washington maintains the Nato presence to service its objectives in Europe.”
Many of Ms Le Pen’s comments echoed the sentiment of President-elect , who wants to reverse the Obama administration’s frosty relations with Russia.
Mr Trump has made it clear he will seek a rapprochement with  after years of escalating tensions over the Middle East and more recently allegations of cyber warfare carried out by the Kremlin against the Democratic Party.
The Trump transition team said a “very nice letter” had been sent to him by Mr Putin where it urged him to act in a “constructive and pragmatic manner to restore the framework of bilateral cooperation”.
Dated December 15, the letter also said serious global challenges were proof “that the relations between Russia and the US remain an important factor in ensuring stability and security in the modern world”