Last month, former French president, and Israeli Mossad agent Nicolas Sarkozy announced his bid to reoccupy the Élysée Palace in 2017. He seems very optimistic to beat the incumbent Jewish president Francois Hollande, the whore of Zionism whose popularity, according to a June 2016 poll, has dipped to less than 14% as compared to Sarkozy’s 21%, and Le-Pen’s 33%.
Sarkozy in a book Tout pour la France (All for France) released last week explains his election manifesto: France needs him, just as France needed Charles de Gaulle in 1958.
In the interview, Sarkozy blasted the ill-effects of mass immigration and vowed to protect French identity by stopping immigration from non-White countries, and promised to crack down further on public displays of Islam, calling for further restrictions on Hijab, Burka, and Burkini.
Islam bashing has become a political icon among French politicians since France lost its Algerian colony after a bloody crack-down on Algerian resistance. For example on August 29, 2016 in order to show his hatred toward nine million French Muslims, French prime minister Manuel Valls (married to a Jew) claimed that naked breast and not the Muslim modest female beach dress Burkini represents French ‘secular values’.
Sarkozy is not the only French presidential candidate who is allergic to Islamic values – Hollande and Marine Le-Pen are also anti-Muslim and pro-Israel. Le-Pen supports anti-Muslims Donald Trump and UKIP’s pro-Israel Zionist Nigel Paul Farage.
“UKIP fully supports the right of Israel to exist as a Jewish state… Israel is surrounded by hostile states committed to its destruction. The tiny state has been the frequent victim of rocket attacks and suicide bombings from terrorist groups, almost all deliberately targeting civilians. Israel has every right to respond with proportionate force to these attacks, and a UKIP government would do the same were Britain similarly threatened. UKIP rejects the notion that Israel should be punished through sanctions or cancellation of trade deals (such as the EU-Israel Association Agreement) for defending itself from attack” reads UKIP’s notorious ‘Out of the EU, into the world’ statement.
US-based Israel advocacy group, Gatestone Institute, in its January 2016, report warned French government that Islamists pose a real threat to the so-called French secular democracy.
Judging by the editorials and Op-Eds in the Jewish-controlled French and the US mainstream media, Israel would like Hollande to be re-elected next French president and Hillary Clinton as the next US president. Hollande has established greater anti-Muslim credential by pulling several false flag operations (here, here) during his current presidency.