Feb 5, 2012
Launching her campaign for the French Presidency
Ladies and gentlemen, dear fellow many countrymen and women, both from metropolitan France as well as from overseas. If so many of you are here today it is because you have understood, especially in the light of recent events, that against the candidates, either left-wing or right-wing, but guided by financial interests, I am the candidate of the people. Indeed, in all respect, this presidential election is nothing like the previous ones; it opens the crucial debate in which the foundations of our country are at stake. Its outcome will determine whether France will remain a free nation; and for those of our fellow countrymen and women who like us, feel French above all, it will determine our existence as people.
Our leaders have chosen deregulated globalization; they dreamed of a happy unfortunate globalization, but their dreams turned into a nightmare. Globalization is driven by the sole purpose of huge profit for the happy few and operates on two levels. Globalization from the bottom results in massive immigration and is used as social dumping globalization from the top results in savage merchandising and competition, directing the entire economy. Globalization, which used to be the effect of life with the growth of international trade, was turned into an ideology. It is called a global economy, which refuses any limit or any regulation and therefore weakened the natural defenses of our nation and deprived it of all these descending attributes; borders, national currency, the power over its laws, economic policymaking, and it allowed the birth of a new form of globalization which is rapidly growing: Islamic fundamentalism.
Just as in any ideological struggle, Islamic fundamentalism has found useful idiots, agents more or fewer accomplices, who by cowardice blindness and humility is the progress and anchoring of this barbaric ideology, the enemy of France, on our own French soil. In order to expand the supporters of these two adult ideologies, they give the illusions of embracing values, in reality, however, they falsely invoke the concept of freedom to establish their terrorism. It is like advocating the freedom of the Fox in the henhouse; the global economy promotes individualism radical Islam and terrorism. Globalization feeds on the denial of the fundamental pillars on which the French nation was founded and which most French people still regard as essential. The preeminence of the human being and sanctified status, individual liberties, and therefore individual create national consciousness and therefore, national solidarity, equality of all people, and therefore the refusal of submission–the principles we fight for–are engraved in our national motto. Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity stem from the principles of secularization resulting from a Christian heritage.
We cherish everything that unites the French people this ungraspable yet deep and comforting bond that creates in our hearts the sense of fraternity allowing us to face the future together. My project was presented to you this weekend it is the inert political world that reticles any physical will and is devoid of any result-orientated culture my project is approached from three angles the revolution of patriotism, the revolution of proximity, and the revolution of Liberty.
Politics, politics on high levels which allow the country to regain its marks must induce meaning and create cohesion we believe it is time to revitalize national consciousness and to experience it in our daily lives; by teaching our children everything their country stood for and will stand for in the future, by teaching them to love their fellow countrymen to take pride in their history and to be confident in the strength and forth over the nation. We want every French citizen, whether enthusiastically engaging in a project or undergoing difficulties, to feel supported by the national community and by a careful and benevolent state. We want a strong state, we want a state that plays a strategic role in the economy, and who could blame us for it is you the people who embody the state and what the state is, the instrument to fulfill your will.