If, as now looks certain, 'the empty suit' Emmanel Macron, the candidate with no party, no philosophy and no policies becomes President of France when the official announcement of the result is made, what will become of those French people who do not want Islamification to continue.
Apart from his being a globalist, pro European integration, mass immigration supporting apparatchik of the banking cartel, who knows what kind of France Marcon's government will deliver? Macron doesn't, that's for sure. That's if he is able to govern effectively at all.
French investor and political pundit Charles Gave, commented when asked what Macron's agenda would look like, said:
"Well, first, nobody knows. Because during the whole campaign, all these talks were on one hand, on the other. I'm in favor of apple pie, and motherhood, you see. Basically he has, to my knowledge, very little program. So he's running. That is what Hollande said. That he was going to make some fundamental changes without hurting people. And so Macron is a big, empty suit. That's what he is. You did the right curriculum vitae, he went to the right schools. And you have the feeling that the guy never had an original idea in his life. He was always a good student."
In other circles there is a strong feeling that Macron is a kind of golem created by Hollande, a globalist, federalist mini - me forged in the hope that at least a couple of socialist fingers would remain on the helm of the French state. They knew they were going to lose the election, and that a socialist candidate would suffer a heavy defeat so they created a sort of hologram candidate (we must not forget that before quitting to form his new centre left popular movement, Macron had a senior position in the socialist government under Hollande.
The idea, according to cynics - and there are a lot of cynics in France, was Macron would run for them and prevent the pro - EU, pro - Federalism party from losing power. It appears then that, the French political system has been taken over by the the Technocratic / Managerialist class. And this Technocratic class is presenting Macron as something new but in reality he represents business as usual except that the seat of power will be even more remote and detached from the working and middle classes. The pro - EU elite have been in power for 50 years, they have not survived that long without learning a thing or to about using propaganda to manipulate public opinion.
The biggest problem, barring terrorist outrages, that Macron will faceing in the French national assembly to enable him to get laws through. As stated above, he has no party, no base of support, and in the assembly elections, due in a few weeks, the socialist party where he might have expected to find most support, is likely to suffer heavy losses. The conservatives will not support him unless they dictate policy. In a sense Le Pen has really won the day because the worst case scenario for her, that she will have to tun again in the 2022 elections, is still achievable. As for the parliamentary elections, Le Pen could reasonably expect to have anywhere between 40 to 100 MP's if the results bear out polls as accurately as in the presidential vote, and thus could effectively ally with the conservatives to block most of Macron's likely measures.... which would be a total disaster for the ruling class."
In other words, assuming Macron triumphs and is president elect tomorrow, the National Front isn't going anywhere. And its rising star Le Pen's niece Marion, has a distinct advantage over her astringent aunt:
Marion, is very young, 28; probably too young to be a candidate in 2022. She is already an MP in the French Parliament. She's extremely pretty, which will win the votes of French males, and she represents the family oriented values of the French Catholic Right, which is where most Republican and Socialist votes come from. 2022 is going to be interesting.