Right-Wing Parties in France Receive Major Boost After Mass Riots
According to a recently published Ifop poll on Sud Radio , French voters are increasingly drifting to right-wing political parties in response to the recent mass riots which engulfed the country throughout the month of July.
The new poll revealed that right-wing parties have enjoyed a 6% increase in support from voters nationwide when they were asked about their voting intentions as 2024’s European parliamentary elections rapidly approach.
The National Rally, led by Jordan Bardella, was at the top of the poll with over a quarter (26%) of the vote share.
The liberal-conservative Republicans party witnessed its popularity surge into the double digit range. The party’s support increased by 3 percentage points to 11%, while Éric Zemmour’s Reconquête party and Debout la France (DLF) gained one percentage point each to bring their total support to 7% and 4% respectively.
Left-wing parties have experienced significant declines in their support. For example, La France Insoumise (LFI)’s support fell to 8% .
Emmanuel Macron’s center party Renaissance experienced an increase of one percentage point to grab 20% of the vote share. It witnessed this growth despite great criticism, especially from military officials, at the French government’s response to the thousands of rioters who brought about north of €1 billion in damage by looting hundreds of businesses, torching vehicles, and even burning residential apartments to the ground.
Right-wing individuals and institutions across the Old Continent have capitalized on the civil unrest taking place in France to attack the liberal immigration policies that Western governments have adopted in the last three decades. Several right-wing government administrations have used the graphic scenes of mass rioting sweeping across France as a justification for their misgiving about the proposed EU Migration Pact.
“Shops looted, police cars set on fire, barricades in the streets — this is now happening in the center of Paris and many other French cities. We don’t want such scenes on Polish streets,” declared Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in a tweet.
Italian Undersecretary for the Interior Nicola Molteni described the riots “a certification of the failure of uncontrolled migration and a warning for the rest of Europe,” whereas Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó declared that the progressive governments’ fantasy of achieving social integration has “quickly turned to disillusionment”.
“It is impossible to integrate large numbers of illegal immigrants from other cultures,” Szijjártó said to elected officials in the Hungarian parliament on July 4, 2023.
The right-wing reaction that’s brewing in Europe is the logical response to multiple decades of globalist public policies being imposed on these Historic nations. There eventually comes a limit to how much the globalist ghouls can get away with. Some populations get so fed up with this abuse and start revolting