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How Russia hacked the French election

France built resistance to fake news and cyberattacks but three out of four candidates have pro-Kremlin views.

By LAURA DANIELS 4/23/17, 4:00 AM CET Updated 4/23/17, 3:56 PM CET

Since the U.S. intelligence community concluded that Moscow waged an influence campaign targeting the 2016 U.S. elections, experts have asked: Will it do the same in the French and German elections? Both votes will have an enormous impact on the future of Europe and the liberal order, and much is weighing on whether these democracies are adequately shielded from outside manipulation.

In fact, Moscow has already interfered in French elections. In 1974, the KGB launched a covert propaganda campaign to discredit both François Mitterrand and Valéry Giscard d’Estaing. Overtly, Moscow courted Giscard, to an extent that papers such as the right-wing L’Aurore condemned it as an “intolerable” insertion into French domestic politics. Correspondents interpreted the move as “open intervention in national politics.” (...)

http://www.politico.eu/article/france-el...erattacks/

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/12248...ns-general

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/12248...ountry-and

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/122478155
I wonder who these mysterious hackers are?

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Not surprised.
Final results:

Emmanuel Macron (En Marche!) : 24,01%
Marine Le Pen (Front National) : 21,30%
François Fillon (Les Républicains) : 20,01%
Jean-Luc Mélenchon (La France insoumise) : 19,58%
Benoît Hamon (Parti socialiste) : 6,36%
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (Debout la France) : 4,70%
Jean Lassalle (Résistons) : 1,21%
Philippe Poutou (Nouveau parti anticapitaliste) : 1,09%
François Asselineau (Union populaire républicaine) : 0,92%
Nathalie Arthaud (Lutte ouvrière) : 0,64%
Jacques Cheminade (Solidarité et progrès) : 0,18%


Considering the situation in France, this is a disaster for the FN, they should have gotten at least 28%.
This neo-FN is soft on immigration and Islam, too anti-EU and socialist. Even Jean-Marie Le Pen would have gotten more than that, it's ridiculous.
(2017 Apr 24 20:07)Erwann Wrote: [ -> ]This neo-FN is soft on immigration and Islam, too anti-EU and socialist.

Do citizens of France have the option to vote “Against them all”?
(2017 Apr 25 11:36)W. R. Wrote: [ -> ]citizens of France

find the error.
(2017 Apr 25 11:36)W. R. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2017 Apr 24 20:07)Erwann Wrote: [ -> ]This neo-FN is soft on immigration and Islam, too anti-EU and socialist.

Do citizens of France have the option to vote “Against them all”?

No.
But if you elect her president, her soft anti-immigration speech is normalized and you can reach another level, making her a centrist.
That's pathetic but it's the only political option for now.
Seen on twitter:

Quote:The latest joke from France: "Very Oedipal this second round: one killed his father, and one married his mother."

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Quote:France’s Macron Booed By Factory Workers Chanting ‘Marine President!’

Globalist French President candidate Emmanuel Macron faced animosity from workers at a Whirlpool plant facing closure during a campaign visit after anti-mass migration candidate Marine Le Pen made a surprise visit hours earlier.

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May be ISIS will give some campaigning help? Or may be Erwann could provoke a migrant riot.
^
All of this already happened.
One policeman was killed by ISIS terrorists last friday just before the election and a riot with "migrants" happened in Calais last tuesday.

If I posted all the craps happening in France, I would spam FE every day. If people don't wake up at this point and want Hollande 2.0, it's their own will and they ask for the submission that Houellebecq talked about before the Charlie Hebdo shooting. Sad!
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