...Hey! You got chocolate in my peanut butter!...
Dieudonné crashes a National Front party conference.
“I said myself that if he comes, it’s to express his good wishes”, declared Jean-Marie Le Pen after his brief meeting with the former Presidential candidate who said that he came[Ed.: said with some sarcasm?] “to turn his way”, as he had also gone to the festival of Humanity in Courneuve. “I’m for national reconciliation, which is necessary to alleviate Community tension”, he told the press.The dimwitted stunt hardly even up to the standards of the late Alan Funt, There appears to be no detectable irony, which neither of them don't quite seem capable of to begin with.
But if there were any two people who deserve each other any more, it’s these two thoroughly uninspired wildly un-entertaining characters who’re both enamored with a race-based fascism à la Old Europe.
The Fuse is Lit! (No Pasaran)