A Third of the French Didn’t Vote

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 8, 2017

As you are I’m certain aware, our gal Madam Le Pen was brutalized yesterday by a Rothschild banker, as the people chose Islamization and globalism over maintaining their national identity.

However, as it turns out, a third didn’t even bother participating.


A third of French voters declined to choose between centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen in Sunday’s presidential election, either abstaining or spoiling their ballots — a record rate in nearly half a century.

According to official results with more than 80 percent of votes counted, the abstention rate stood at 24.52 percent — the highest since the presidential election in 1969.

In addition, the interior ministry reported a record number of blank and invalid ballots, accounting for nine percent of all registered voters, compared to two percent in the first round.

“That would make a total of one French person out of three who decided not to choose between the two candidates. It’s really a lot for a presidential election,” Anne Jadot, political science professor at the University of Lorraine, told AFP.

The election was to some very real extent totally irrelevant, as Le Pen would have folded just like Trump folded. I do not believe we even would have gotten the EU referendum.

The woman would have had some excuse, or just claimed she changed her mind.

But, in a very real sense, this was a referendum. Regardless of who the candidates were or what they would actually do when elected, there was no doubt in the minds of the people that one symbolized nationalism and maintaining French identity while the other symbolized globalism and a dissolution of the French as a distinct people (and, by extension, the dissolution of the white race as a whole).

We don’t know what this one third who didn’t vote thought about this, and that is a shame. I understand “well, nothing is going to change anyway, so who cares, it’s all a rigged scam,” but the public statement itself means something.

We can say with nigh absolute certainty that had that third that didn’t choose been forced at gunpoint to choose, Le Pen still would have lost.

But surely, she would have lost by less.

This was one of the worst major electoral defeats in modern Western history.

And then we ask: how much of that is due to her ideas – or the ideas she was supposed to be representing – and how much was due to her inability to convey these ideas, or even stick to them?

How much of it was due to his being a relatively handsome young man and her being an old woman?

How much of it was due to the agenda of the Jewish media?

We don’t know any of this.

And these are among the reasons why Democracy is retarded.