Jupiter has, from time to time, been much more down to earth (literally and metaphorically). The President’s choice of cruder language has been held to demonstrate his difficulties in communicating with working people. Continue reading Words, words, words
What’s their analysis for how France should remain France? No prizes. The predictable stuff that Any Hard Right Party would propose as it continues trying to win back those who wandered Further-Rightwards into the Front National. Continue reading This should get me some more bot friends
99 Macronite Deputies found better things to do late that Sunday night than vote for their own Government … A perhaps simpler explanation was offered by Martine Wonner (LRM Deputy, Bas-Rhin): ‘Certain people suddenly had to go for a pee’. Continue reading More and more ‘Reform’
Strikes, strikes everywhere. Does this smell as though there’s a nostalgic 50th anniversary whiff of Revolution ’68 wafting through the air? Continue reading It’s been a tough few weeks in France
Wauquiez is the one with scarcely visible horns. He’s (ever-so-appropriately) on the far right … Continue reading A coming storm? Or just passing clouds?
Hell hath no fury like a Sarko scorned. ‘I demolished him … he’s crashed and burned’.
While Sarko said direct to Wauquiez: ‘You have ambitions to be President. If I were you I’d find another job’ Continue reading “He told us that what he said in public was sh*t” (Sarkozy on Wauquiez)
Bye-elections: doncha just love ’em? Continue reading Here Beginneth Year 2: The Return of The Right.
First Things First – 40 TODAY The Right – direction of travel … rightwards Seriously Hard Man of The Right, Laurent Wauquiez, has been overwhelmingly (and predictably) elected by the ever-dwindling membership of France’s conservative party (aka Les Républicains in its most recent manifestation) and so become its President. Wauquiez picked up 75% of the votes, with over half the Party membership abstaining. Wauquiez intends … Continue reading Some (light) reading for the festive season
What would be the effects of the Government’s tax and budget measures on France’s Seriously Wealthy? Mouth-wateringly good. Continue reading If you’re happy ‘cos you’re richer, clap your hands. If you’re happy ‘cos you’re richer, clap your hands. If you’re happy ‘cos you’re richer, it’s Macron wot drew the picture, So if you’re happy that you’re richer clap your hands. (Song of The Rich 2017)