Vive la révolution: Europe’s fate in Le Pen’s hands

In one month from now, France will elect its new head of state while the rest of the world becomes nervous bystanders to what is arguably a globalists’ greatest challenge to date. France’s constitution stipulates that a presidential election is to be held every five years, allowing for the possibility of a runoff if no candidate secures a popular majority in the first round. Presently, the election appears to be a two-horse race between Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front, a Eurosceptic, anti-immigration party, and Emmanuel Macron, who’s…