Brexit architect Nigel Farage has officially thrown his support behind French presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, as Sunday’s final round of voting approaches.

“I’m supporting Marine Le Pen, and if she fails this year, she will win in 2022,” wrote Farage in an editorial penned for the Daily Telegraph, assuming that if the French are not quite ready to embrace nationalism in the interest of self-preservation, they will be after five more years of globalist strip-mining and open borders.

Farage admits that he never favored an alliance between Le Pen’s party, Front National, and his own, UKIP, due to some of the more extreme views of Marine’s father, but that she has brought about a transformation of Front National that has earned his enthusiastic support.

“At no point in time did I want Ukip to do a deal with the French National Front,” Farage said. “The party’s roots were deep in Vichy and I believed anti-Semitism was embedded in its DNA. All this made it the wrong place for Ukip to be.”

“Then, in January 2011, an overwhelming vote of FN members saw Marine Le Pen become leader – beating Holocaust-denying Bruno Gollnisch.”

“From the start, she wanted the FN to be more like Ukip than the [British National Party.] I was told that this would be a nightmare for me,” he went on. “It was always monstrous that she should be judged in the image of her father – an accusation many still make today.”

Farage went on to refute the smears of the mainstream media, who never fail to tag Le Pen with the ‘far-right extremist’ slur – one they often slap on the likes of Farage and Donald Trump, for simply being opposed to globalism and tidal waves of Third World migrants pouring into the West.

“There is nothing she has said in this entire election campaign that I find unreasonable or extreme,” said Farage. “Indeed, she has a more rational line on Islam than many Eurosceptic parties across the Continent.”

“She is a sincere Eurosceptic, and under her the FN is about sovereignty, not race.”

“Marine has met virtually all of my previous conditions,” he concluded.

Farage has worked tirelessly for many years to battle the European establishment, and his own endorsement of Le Pen should stand as a clear indicator of what is truly at stake in this election, as the champion of the status quo has been openly identified.

It's almost like the media in France has an agenda. Can't quite put my finger on it. 🤔

Posted by Paul Joseph Watson on Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Emmanuel Macron, former Rothschild banker and protege of current president, François Hollande, is the establishment candidate – one who will work in concert with Angela Merkel to continue to destroy Europe and degrade French economy, security, and identity.

“I would be pleased should Emmanuel Macron win, because he stands for a consistent, pro-European policy,” said Merkel earlier this week.

In a heated debate on Wednesday, Le Pen demolished Macron with a single proclamation: “Either way, France will be led by a woman; either me or Madame Merkel.”

https://twitter.com/FeistyAlmighty/status/860101062358859777

Le Pen has trailed in the polls, but continues to gain ground, and if failed predictions about the U.S. presidential election are any indicator, then Le Pen’s chances are promising.

“The divide is no longer between the left and right but between patriots and globalists.” – Marine Le Pen

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