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via The Telegraph

 

John Key was chatting about trade with the Indian PM today, and is scheduled to do the same with the French Premier tomorrow.

The first visit to New Zealand by a French prime minister in 25 years is about to begin.

Manuel Valls is due to arrive in Auckland on Sunday and departs on Monday.

Prime Minister John Key has said it’ll be a short but important visit. Read more »

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey Mayors smarter than John Key

I have no problem with New Zealand taking in genuine refugees. ?

If we have a process in place where we take persecuted Christians that would be a great start. ??

Now all we have to do is wait for Key to wise up and realise he?s gone from the frying pan into the fire, and the only way left out of it is to follow suit.

The French government has condemned two mayors who say they would only take in Christian refugees, as the country prepares to receive the first group of about 24,000 migrants.

“You don’t sort [refugees] on the basis of religion. The right to asylum is a universal right,” Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Tuesday evening (local time), hours before about 200 were expected to arrive from Germany.

Under pressure to respond to Europe’s biggest migrant crisis since World War II, President Francois Hollande announced on Monday that France would take in 24,000 people over two years. ? Read more »

Cheese eating surrender monkeys give up on massive taxing of the rich

Stupid Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys they even surrendered on taxing the rich massively hard.

Of course they had to surrender on the socialist utopia of taking the rich because simply put massive taxes on the rich simply don’t work.

Fran?ois Hollande?s unpopular tax changes that imposed a 75% rate on earnings above ?1m (?780,000) will quietly disappear into the history books from Thursday.

The French socialist president announced plans for the controversial measure during his 2012 election campaign as a means of forcing the wealthiest to help dig the country out of economic crisis.

Although supported by the left, the reform sparked accusations of an anti-business agenda. After the ?supertax? was announced in September 2012 the government was accused of shooting itself in the foot by risking an exodus of high-profile personalities. Business leaders expressed fears that investors would pull out of France.

France?s richest man, Bernard Arnault, the chief executive of luxury group LVMH, took out Belgian nationality, and the actor G?rard Depardieu also moved across the border to Belgium before obtaining Russian citizenship. ? Read more »

French government collapses, socialism still isn’t working

The cheese eating surrender monkey’s government has collapsed in acrimony.

Francois Hollande has dissolved the government and is now asking the same failed socialist Prime Minister to pick another bunch of socialists. The Frogs ?clearly haven’t learned that socialism doesn’t work no matter which bunch of socialists is in charge.

France has coherent single party government and socialism fails and hurts the people it purports to help, imagine what a coalition of socialists would be like.

French President Francois Hollande dissolved the government on Monday after open feuding in his Cabinet over the country’s stagnant economy.

Prime Minister Manuel Valls offered up his Socialist government’s resignation after accusing the outspoken economy minister of crossing a line with his blunt criticism of the government’s policies. Hollande accepted the resignation and ordered Valls to form a new government by Tuesday.

France has had effectively no economic growth this year, unemployment is hovering around 10 percent, and Hollande’s approval ratings are in the teens. ?? Read more »

How much scratch do you need to march backwards?

The cheese eating surrender monkey?defence?force chiefs and its joint chief-of-staff have threatened to resign over spending cuts.?Jean-Yves Le Drian, the defence minister, has warned they would render foreign operations impossible.

I wonder though how much coin you need to march backwards at the first sign of trouble?

France’s top four military chiefs have threatened to resign if the government makes more cuts to their budget, with the defence minister warning a further drop in spending would leave it “unable to conduct new operations” abroad.

The heads of France’s army, navy and air force, along with the military chief-of-staff, made the unprecedented threat at a meeting last week, according to defence sources.

They warned that any more cuts ? beyond those approved in a five-year defence budget in December ? would torpedo France’s ability to undertake operations in places like Mali and the Central African Republic that have drawn praise from many allies. ? Read more »

French ratbags forget they are French, keep on fighting

It took several hours to contain as the rioters forgot they were surrender monkeys and didn?t surrender.

Celebrations to mark Paris Saint-Germain’s first French football league title in 19 years have been marred by clashes between fans and riot police.

At least 30 people were injured, including policemen, and 21 arrests were made after the unrest on Place du Trocadero, near the Eiffel Tower.

It took 800 police several hours to bring the situation under control.? Read more »