In response to Tom Gallagher: Anger mounts in the forgotten parts of France, Politically__Incorrect wrote:
The popularity of Macron is probably more a result of his youth and “charm” than his policies. Indeed, his policies seem to offer no hope for the French nation; just more globalism, mass immigration, and terrorism. He has told the French people to accept terrorism as a part of life. His dismissiveness of internal French security reminds me of Marie Antoinette’s disdain for the hungry and starving. If he wins, it will be bad news for everybody, especially the French.