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Dave Bloke

French Dinde vote for Xmas

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A number of key French cities fell to the watermelon coalition in municipal elections last night. Green/Marxist coalitions took Bordeaux, Lyon, Grenoble, Tours, Besançon, Poitiers, Annecy, Marseille and Strasbourg but narrowly missed unseating Ms Delors jr in Lille. They also retained power in Paris despite the city turning into shityholystan under their governanace in a coalition with the socialist and communist parties (yes that communist party who supported Maoi and Stalin). The watermelon wave has weakened Macron's govt with talk of a reshuffle as early as this week to put key Green-Maxists into ministerial positions.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/28/voters-stay-away-from-second-round-french-local-elections

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7 minutes ago, Dave Bloke said:

A number of key French cities fell to the watermelon coalition in municipal elections last night. Green/Marxist coalitions took Bordeaux, Lyon, Grenoble, Tours, Besançon, Poitiers, Annecy, Marseille and Strasbourg but narrowly missed unseating Ms Delors jr in Lille. They also retained power in Paris despite the city turning into shityholystan under their governanace in a coalition with the socialist and communist parties (yes that communist party who supported Maoi and Stalin). The watermelon wave has weakened Macron's govt with talk of a reshuffle as early as this week to put key Green-Maxists into ministerial positions.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/28/voters-stay-away-from-second-round-french-local-elections

Is this the equivalent of the Uk`s local elections ? 

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Just now, Long time lurking said:

Is this the equivalent of the Uk`s local elections ? 

yes, normally very popular in France with huge turnouts, but no one voted yesterday due to Covid-19 fears, just a few commies and stoners

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8 minutes ago, Dave Bloke said:

yes, normally very popular in France with huge turnouts, but no one voted yesterday due to Covid-19 fears, just a few commies and stoners

Cheers but the article mentions a ministerial re shuffle ,which is a tad confusing  

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19 minutes ago, Dave Bloke said:

She's Spanish..

Really? Bloody foreigners! :P

Talking of voting don't forget:

The French referendum on the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe was held on 29 May 2005 to decide whether France should ratify the proposed Constitution of the European Union. The result was a victory for the "No" campaign, with 55% of voters rejecting the treaty on a turnout of 69%

So the government ignored the plebs...who was President at the time? Jacques Chirac, the infamous right winger who later in life was found guilty of corruption during his term as a mayor and was given a 2 year suspended sentence...

ce sont tous des con! ;)

Edited by 5min OCD speculator

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