Sunday, February 26, 2012

Guéant: FN Is a "Nationalist and Socialist" Party

Claude Guéant can be a puzzling individual. He seemed really pleased with himself when he came up with the two words "nationalist" and "socialist" to characterize the Front National. Of course he's not as clever as he appears to think he is. Most observers associate him with the "FN-ization" of the UMP in service of his master the president, so if the FN is a "Nazi" party, not to put too fine a point on it, then Guéant would appear to be "un collabo." Thierry Desjardins, anti-Sarkozyste de droite, puts it down to panic in the palace:

Cette campagne présidentielle a mal commencé avec des protagonistes se traitant de « sale mec » et de « menteur ». Elle se met à dégénérer dangereusement. Même Guaino commence à perdre ses nerfs. Mais si maintenant ils en arrivent à se traiter de nazis, de cocos, de fascistes et bolchéviques, ça va très mal finir.
Une chose est sûre, ce n’est pas la peine d’être un nazi pour avoir envie d’être débarrassé au plus tôt et à tout jamais de personnages comme Guéant qui font honte à la République.

2 comments:

Didier said...

Puzzling individual? I would say he actually suffers from a complex, for he genuinely believes in the rhetoric of the Front National while he realises he may fall in the trap of the forbidden love. He awkwardly demonizes that party in the hope of fetching some of its voters. But those voters aren't gullible : the more fiendish the Front National he deems, the better. He is rather more puzzled than puzzling.

How to prove his cleverness? By joining straightaway the Front National!

Anonymous said...

http://sarkofrance.blogspot.com/2012/02/henri-guaino-subconscient-de-nicolas.html

UMP feaking out a little?