Sarkozy Announces Candidacy for French Presidential Elections

Pint-size Israeli puppet aiming to make political comeback

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[Editor’s note: The decision of Sarkozy to stand for election to the presidency of France for a second time may throw new light on the terror attacks that have ravaged the country.

Sarkozy is a friend of Israel and has been so outspoken in his support of the Zionist apartheid state that he has often been accused of being a Mossad agent. This is a man who once said he would not shake the hand of anyone who did not recognise Israel as a Jewish state and that France would not attend an international conference if the apartheid nature of Israel was on the agenda.

Here’s a thought – was one of the reasons for the terror attacks on France to weaken and discredit Francois Hollande in order to re-install the Israeli puppet Sarkozy? Don’t forget that the Hollande government had, a few months earlier,  recognised the Palestinian state, a move that surely infuriated Netanyahu and his fellow maniacs in Tel-Aviv. Ian]

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Sarkozy Announces Candidacy for French Presidential Elections

Nicolas Sarkozy will run for presidency in 2017, hoping to return as France’s head of state after being unseated in 2012 by Francois Hollande, he announced on Monday on his Twitter account.

Sarkozy, 61, says in a forthcoming book he will join more than a dozen contenders vying for the party ticket in primaries, where former Prime Minister Alain Juppe will be his strongest rival.

In an extract of a book released on his Facebook page and Twitter account Monday, Sarkozy wrote: “I have decided to be a candidate to the 2017 presidential election.”

“I felt I had the strength to lead this battle at a troubled time in our history,” Sarkozy wrote on his social media pages ahead of the publication on Wednesday of “Everything for France.”

When he left the Elysee Palace, he said he was leaving politics and would find a different way to serve his country.

Yet, he made a successful comeback in 2014, winning the leadership of the conservative party, known at the time as the UMP.

He explained he was moved to return to politics by the “hopelessness, anger and lack of future” that he sensed among the French.

Since then the party changed its name to “the Republicans.”

Since 2010, Sarkozy’s name has been mentioned in several legal cases relating to corruption and influence-peddling, but he has never been convicted of wrongdoing or been sent to trial.

The French presidential election will take place next year in two rounds in April and May.

The race remains wide open with primaries to be organized by the left in January, and Hollande has not said if he will run for re-election.

With France in a state of emergency, Sarkozy’s emphasis on national identity and the credentials to present himself as a former interior minister and experienced Commander-in-Chief may help his chances.

However, legal troubles surrounding party financing and over-spending by his 2012 presidential campaign, as well as his divisive personality could trip him up.

Sarkozy lost the presidential election to Socialist Francois Hollande in 2012 after his first term.

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8 Responses to "Sarkozy Announces Candidacy for French Presidential Elections"

  1. Leno  August 26, 2016 at 4:21 am

    Sark, Put, Medved, all jews.

  2. Zina Ciceklic  August 25, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    Gentile and the Goyim are wrong humble servant. And rightly believe that the Jews were chosen by God to rule the world, and all nations on the face of the earth who are the servants of the Jews.

  3. Garry Compton  August 25, 2016 at 11:19 am

    Love it – The Libyan Butcher to apply for another term in the NWO France — Let’s see how the French Muslim community welcomes him. Of course once the jews give him full acceptance – the False Flags will stop.

  4. wjabbe  August 24, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    The many great French contributions to science, humanities, and civilization began their decline in the early part of the 20th century with two major bigoted decisions by the French Academy of Sciences: Marie Curie, formerly Marie Sklodowsky from Warsaw, Poland, who was one of the greatest if not the greatest physicists and chemists of the twentieth century in the world, was refused admission to the French Academy of Sciences. She had been awarded two Nobel Prizes one in physics the other in chemistry among many awards and decorations which take about 6 pages of small print to list. But she was not good enough for this organization of bigots. Second, this organization obstructed the placement of iodine in salt to prevent goitre delaying the cure of this horrible condition for about 50 years. Third, about 77% of power in France is produced by nuclear reactors a very dangerous unsafe way to produce it resulting in much human cancers and ultimately environmental pollution ongoing and at the end of life of these where many spent radioactive wastes must be disposed of which poison the earth for thousands of years. These decisions by France were a shameful intellectual and scientific disgrace.

    • wjabbe  August 24, 2016 at 8:54 pm

      Correction: Dates: November 7, 1867 – July 4, 1934

      Also Known As: Marie Sklodowska Curie, Quoted from About History.

      Frankly one can make a convincing argument that many of the Nobel Prizes awarded after about the middle of the twentieth century were not of the earlier quality. Marie Sklodowska Curie was a genius level scientist who made seminal discoveries into the nature of radioactivity which had profound effects on the lives of every person on this planet. She was way way above any other scientists who came later with the possible exception of the other genius Otto H. Warburg, M.D., Ph.D. from Germany who was nominated for three Nobel Prizes in Medicine but only awarded one in 1931. Harold Varmus, for example, should not have been awarded a Nobel Prize in my opinion.

  5. Trakkath  August 24, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    He should be in front of a war crimes tribunal

  6. speakout  August 24, 2016 at 11:57 am

    If the French people are stupid enough to let him get in, shame on them!

    I think that ALL the people of the world are sick and tired of the same old names running the politics of nations.

    The terms are limited and everyone should be barred from getting back into a political position after their term expired. These political people don’t have a life and don’t know how to live in reality. Governments are giant welfare organizations that stick their hands out continually asking everyone else to go to work and send our money to them so they can decide how to spend OUR money, and live lavish lives OFF of OUR money.

    So far, the nations of the world are tettering on financial collapse, civil unrest, people living on bare bones incomes, etc. – WHY do we want ANY of these morons running ANYTHING?! Their ideas haven’t worked.

    Clean house ALL OVER THE WORLD! Force the corrupt leaders to resign. End national governments that want continuous wars for profit.
    Give the power BACK to the PEOPLE! NOT POLITICIANS! Make them take an oath in writing that if they fail to help the people and work in their best interest, that the people get to immediately remove them from their position with a pink slip reading-“YOU’RE FIRED”. Elections every 4 years are not working.

  7. Carnaptious  August 24, 2016 at 11:26 am

    Sarkozy, who is basically a French neocon, was instrumental in creating the feelings of “hopelessness, anger and lack of future” among French citizens, which is at least part of the reason Hollande won the election. Now this Friend of Israel and Enemy of France wants a chance to undo the halfhearted support for Palestinians that the Hollande government put in place. I hope Sarkozy gets beaten like the proverbial “red headed step child” in the next election, otherwise the French people can look forward to a whole lot more feelings of anger, hopelessness, and lack of future as Sarkozy sells his nation out for the sake of “Greater Israel.”

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