Marine Le Pen Quotes.
We have to review our foreign policy and stop rolling out the red carpet for countries we know to be funding fundamentalism: countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
I have nothing to hide, and I call upon those who are scared by the National Front to look up the National Front’s manifesto. It’s quite easy on the Internet.
Immigration is an organized replacement of our population. This threatens our very survival. We don’t have the means to integrate those who are already here. The result is endless cultural conflict.
Massive immigration brings with it cultures that are sometimes in contradiction with our values.
The people must have the opportunity to vote for the liberation from slavery and blackmail imposed by technocrats in Brussels to return sovereignty to the country.
My first act as president will be to reinstate France’s borders.
I’m in favour of a multi-polar world. I believe that every country has the right to defend its own interests.
Unfettered free trade has led to a disaster.
When, in 2015, Greece decided by referendum to reject Brussels’ austerity plans, the European Union’s antidemocratic response took no one by surprise: To deny the people’s will had become a habit.
If I don’t manage to negotiate with the European Union, something I wish, then I will ask the French to leave the European Union. And then you’ll be able to call me Madame Frexit.
I don’t believe Vladimir Putin is a killer, a threat to France, to others in this region. Nothing Vladimir Putin has done would make me reach that conclusion.
I think patriotism is never racism.
Voila, we’re all molded by our personal paths, which forge our sensibilities.
The United States cannot have the image of warmongers, with all the potential consequences it could have for our respective countries.
If anything, I’m to the left of Obama.
The French want to regain control of their own country. They want to determine the course of their own economy and their immigration policies. They want their own laws to take precedence over those of the European Union.
When people live on our territory and are not criminals, they do not dispute our laws or our ways of living, our customs, our values. I see no reason why we should not continue to welcome them in the French style.
I am against the policy which would promote the entry of immigrants into Europe, which cannot accept them.
We need a presidency which acts and protects us.
The PQ is diverse and vast. It’s not monolithic.
Behind mass immigration, there is terrorism.
Islamist terrorism is a cancer on Islam, and Muslims themselves must fight it at our side.
From my own country of France, I commit to pursuing the path of liberty – to be a free people.
We are in a world where globalization, which is an ideology, has forgotten and put aside the people, the people’s interests, aspirations, and dreams.
I’m against the Right of money and the Left of money.
France has been mired in people’s minds for years. In reality, our children are taught that they have every reason to criticize her, to see only the darkest historical aspects.
For France, anything is better than Hillary Clinton.
Was the Soviet Union reformable? I would say no. They said, ‘Okay, the Soviet Union isn’t working.’ They would say, ‘No, it’s great. We just need democracy, political pluralism, private property.’ And then there was no Soviet Union. The European Union is the same.
France no longer has any borders because of the E.U.
Long live the Republic, long live France.
France is a very attractive place: the health care system, for example.
There’s a big difference between France and the U.S. In the U.S., immigrants must work to live. In France, they’re taken care of by public finances. In France, there are millions of unemployed people already. We cannot house them, give them health care, education… finance people who keep coming and coming.
I fear that the migratory crisis signals the beginning of the end of women’s rights.
Russia is not a threat to France – why should I be hostile to Russia.
Financial globalisation and Islamist globalisation are helping each other out. Those two ideologies want to bring France to its knees.
I am sure 2017 will be the year the people of continental Europe wake up.
Those who came to France came to find France, not to turn it into their country of origin. If that’s what they wanted, they should’ve stayed in their country.
If you come to our country, don’t expect to be taken care of, to be looked after, that your children will be educated without charge.
We have to go into fundamentalist mosques; we have to stop foreign financing of Islamist groups.
Congratulations to Donald Trump, the new president of the United States – and to the people of America, who are free.
I’m opposed to wearing headscarves in public places. That’s not France. There’s something I just don’t understand: the people who come to France, why would they want to change France, to live in France the same way they lived back home?
The political groups who have taken the responsibility to elect Mr. Macron have been discredited.
Russia is an important power upon which the U.S.A. imposed a Cold War.
For the higher interest of the nation, you’ve got to be capable of hurting yourself.
When the people want to retake their destiny in hand, they can do it, despite this ceaseless campaign of denigration and infantilization.
Fight for victory until the very last minute.
There is not, and there will not be, any other laws and values in France other than French laws. We will not be going back – no withdrawing. No compromises!
It’s unbearable to see the people betrayed time and again by politicians who don’t keep their promises and by the technocrats at the European Union.
Our countries have been friends dating to the very existence of the United States. France is the only power that has never been at war with the United States.
I don’t think that France is responsible for the Vel d’Hiv.
Politics for me started in violence.
If I didn’t believe that we had a chance of coming to power, then I would have focused on taking care of my three children or gardening.
I don’t judge people based on their religion. But I judge them based on how they respect the French constitution.
Anything but Hillary Clinton. Because I think Hillary Clinton means war.
When a country loses its identity, it no longer knows what it is or where it comes from and what its real worth is. So it dissolves.
The Catholic religion doesn’t have conspicuous symbols.
Honestly, the dangerous situation in which Jews in France live is such that those who walk with a kippa are in any case a minority, because they are afraid.
We cannot let ourselves be infantalized. We cannot let ourselves be stereotyped.
I believe that sovereignty is the twin sister of democracy. If there’s no sovereignty, there’s no democracy.
What we’re concerned about is massive immigration of unskilled workers, mostly from the Maghreb and Africa, which pulls down salaries in France.
It is right for us not to want our country transformed into a mere corridor, a giant railway station.
Just watch the interlopers from all over the world come and install themselves in our home. They want to transform France into a giant squat.
The euro ceases to exist the moment that France leaves.
It does our Muslim compatriots no favors to fuel suspicions and leave things unspoken.
It’s because of this massive immigration and more in some places, (that) France’s image has undeniably changed. There are a number of neighborhoods where you are no longer living a French life. That’s undeniable.
I am the president who will protect you!
The people are rejecting so-called free trade and globalization that the elites presented as a positive thing.
I think financial markets only look after their own interests.
I am opposed to a multicultural France. I think that those who have a different culture and who arrive in France have to submit themselves to French culture.
When I was still playing with dolls, I became aware of this terrible and incomprehensible thing for me: My father was not treated the same as others; we are not treated the same as others.
It is in the interest of France that the United States and Russia speak to each other and act in good faith against the scourge of terrorism in Syria, and contribute with our country to stabilizing a region where uncontrolled migrant flows begin today.
The French are overwhelmingly convinced that the euro is a burden. Returning to an adapted national currency will create millions of jobs and give us back our freedom.
France can certainly accommodate foreign people on its soil long-term, those with foreign citizenship… as long as they respect French laws and French values, which is often a problem on the immigration issue. It’s not really a problem with Israel on this topic.
I keep wondering who defends Quebec identity: who defends sovereignty, the right of the people to express themselves freely.
The British have chosen liberty with Brexit and can congratulate themselves every day.
There’s something I will say: In the U.S., people are very patriotic. Their patriotism is obvious. In France, for many years, you had to fight to be patriotic. People are pushing us from loving our own country.
Wild globalization has benefited some, but it’s been a catastrophe for most.
Hillary Clinton means devastation. It means world instability.
Clearly, Donald Trump’s victory is an additional stone in the building of a new world, destined to replace the old one.
We don’t have a lot of Sikhs in France. We’ve got some. But we don’t really hear much from them or about them. Which is good news.
I am well placed to know that Le Pen is not an anti-Semite. If one considers his life seriously… a man who went to fight with the Israelis in ’56! Many times, he tried to better the party’s relationship with the Jewish community, even though I do not like the term.
I would like to say that the National Front has never been anti-Semitic. Not only am I not anti-Semitic, but I have explained to my Jewish compatriots that the movement that is most able to protect them is the National Front.
I chose as the campaign logo a blue rose, which means ‘make possible the impossible.’ I think the British with Brexit, then the Americans with the election of Donald Trump, did that: They made possible the impossible.
I would never betray the people.
I do not have the slightest bit of confidence in the European Union to protect the borders of the European Union.
How can we think we are protected if terrorists can move around freely, if weapons can circulate freely?
The petty logic of political parties cannot be allowed to stifle the French people’s legitimate aspirations to safety and liberty.
The name of our country, France, still rings out like a call to freedom.
Either one is French and can vote, or one is not French and cannot vote.
Wild globalisation has benefited some, but it’s been a catastrophe for most.
Frexit will be a part of my policy.
I cannot stand it when the French are asked in all circumstances to make sacrifices before the state cuts back on its own wasteful expenditures.
I’m a democrat. I will fight until the end to defend democracy and the will of the people.
I believe that politics is a matter of person. Specifically in the Fifth French Republic. In a healthy political system, a political party should resemble its leader.
France always had this balanced position that in so many conflicts was the voice of peace. I intend to maintain that. De Gaulle was pleading for a multipolar world.
I recognize only one community: the national one.
Let’s close all the Islamist mosques.
What would people say if I had only asked to ban Muslim clothing? They would burn me as a Muslim hater.
There is, toward the Front, a suspicion of anti-Semitism, and it is totally at odds with the real danger due to mass immigration and the rise of Islamism.
The French want less Europe and more France.
The sovereign people have declared they want to take back the reins of their Destiny.
Islamism is a monstrous totalitarian ideology that has declared war on our nation, on reason, on civilization.
Immigration has a huge cost on social programs, and it lowers salaries and drives up unemployment.
I want to destroy the EU, not Europe! I believe in a Europe of nation-states.
I think France should be free, independent, and be the cultural heart of the world because those play a balance in the world.
I absolutely disagree that it was an illegal annexation: a referendum was held, and residents of Crimea chose to rejoin Russia.
I do not stop repeating it to French Jews… Not only is the National Front not your enemy, but it is without a doubt the best shield to protect you. It stands at your side for the defense of our freedoms of thought and of religion against the only real enemy: Islamist fundamentalism.
The question of changing the name must not be taboo. The Front National is a name that has a strong history. It represents a limit in the heads of some voters because it is still demonised.
I consider that France does not have to submit to the calendar of the United States, so I want France to leave the integrated command of NATO.
2016 was the year the Anglo-Saxon world woke up.
I will be Madame Frexit if the European Union doesn’t give us back our monetary, legislative, territorial, and budget sovereignty.
The euro is not a currency. It is a political weapon to force countries to implement the policies decided by the E.U. and keep them on a leash.
If I were American, I’d vote everything but Hillary Clinton.
You cannot force a country to do something that is against its own interests or against the democratic process.
France isn’t burkinis on the beach. France is Brigitte Bardot. That’s France.
A national currency, with the Euro as a common currency – that wouldn’t bother me.
I want to destroy the EU, not Europe! I believe in a Europe of nation-states. I believe in Airbus and Ariane, in a Europe based on cooperation. But I don’t want this European Soviet Union.
Rejoice in the great, free emancipation of peoples.
I see no reason why France and Britain should not have excellent relations – we are old allies.
Islamic fundamentalism is attacking us at home.
We’re going to reserve our efforts and our national solidarity for the most humble, the most modest, and the most poor among us.
Past leaders chose deregulated globalization. They said it would be happy; it turned out to be atrocious.
Europe is war. Economic war. It is the increase of hostilities between the countries. Germans are denigrated as being cruel, the Greeks as fraudsters, the French as lazy. Ms. Merkel can’t travel to any European country without being protected by hundreds of police. That is not brotherhood.
It’s a choice of civilization. I will be the president of those French who want to continue living in France as the French do.
If I can recover the sovereignty, I think Europe will change completely. It will change radically. And if I cannot the sovereignty back, then I will ask the French people to leave the E.U.
France, land of human rights and freedoms, was attacked on its own soil by a totalitarian ideology: Islamic fundamentalism. It is only by refusing to be in denial, by looking the enemy in the eye, that one can avoid conflating issues.
If there is one thing French Muslims want, it is to be rid of the daily pressures imposed on them by Islamic fundamentalists.
French citizenship should be either inherited or merited.
The first obligation is to the French people and establish solidarity among our own citizens.
I think that in France, we should do like the French people.
The influx of migrants must be stopped.
We had been told that it was not possible to leave the E.U., and the U.K. has just demonstrated that, when the people want it, we can set up the conditions to exit the E.U.
Immigrants are illegal, since once they set foot on European soil, they have violated the law.
We, the French, are viscerally attached to our laicite, our sovereignty, our independence, our values. The world knows that when France is attacked, it is liberty that is dealt a blow.
I think that each country must protect its own borders, and that is why I’m simply asking for the abolition of Schengen.
The struggle against radical Islam should be a joint struggle, and everyone should say, ‘There – we are sacrificing something.’
What I cannot stand in the behaviour of the E.U. with regard to Great Britain is blackmail, constant threat.
There are some who believe that secularism and Islam are not compatible. But Muslims should show everyone that this is not the case. It’s up to them to show that you can be French and Muslim and still respect secular rules.
A people decides its own destiny.