French President Nicolas Sarkozy has ruled out doing any election deal with the far-right National Front but said its voters should not be demonised.
"There will be no agreement with the National Front, and no [National Front] ministers," he told France Info radio.
.... "We need to speak to the 18% who voted for Marine Le Pen," Mr Sarkozy said. "I don't regard this 18% as people with extreme-right ideas... but I don't want ministers from the National Front. I've never wanted that."SARKO JUST LOST, AND EUROPE JUST TOOK ANOTHER STEP TOWARD DAR AL ISLAM.
SARKOZY WON BECAUSE IN 2005 HE PROMISED TO GET TOUGH:
WIKI: However, the civil unrest in autumn 2005 put law enforcement in the spotlight again. Sarkozy was accused of having provoked the unrest by calling young delinquents from housing projects "rabble" ("racaille") in Argenteuil near Paris, and controversially suggested cleansing the minority suburbs with a Kärcher. After the accidental death of two youths, which sparked the riots, Sarkozy first blamed it on "hoodlums" and gangsters. These remarks were sharply criticised by many on the left wing and by a member of his own government, Delegate Minister for Equal Opportunities Azouz Begag.
After the rioting, he made a number of announcements on future policy: selection of immigrants, greater tracking of immigrants, and a reform on the 1945 ordinance government justice measures for young delinquents.BUT AFTER THE PARIS INTIFADA, HE DIDN'T DO SQUAT.
MARINE LE PEN'S VOTE WAS A REFLECTION OF A VERY BROAD FEELING IN FRANCE THAT THEY'VE HAD ENOUGH DHIMMITUDE AND THAT FRENCH CULTURE IS UNDER THREAT.
WITHOUT DIRECTLY AND CONVINCINGLY APPEALING TO THESE VOTERS SARKO CAN'T WIN.
PITY. WITH HOLLANDE, FRANCE'S DECLINE WILL ONLY ACCELERATE.