Marine Le Pen and Jeb Bush: two of a kind.
Indeed, both represent the failure of dynastic nepotism. Where would each be without their famous fathers? Jeb Bush, with the appearance and aura of a wombat, would be, at best, some sort of small businessman, living a life of quiet desperation. Instead of giving speeches to car dealership owners, he would himself be such an owner, out competed by “immigrant entrepreneurs” with their unrelenting ethnic nepotism and their race-based federal small-business loans.
And the skull-faced Marine Le Pen would be an aging, frumpy French housewife, concerned with matching the correct vintage of wine with the proper brand of cheese, a talentless nobody whose opinion would be of no interest to anyone, including her bored and long-suffering husband.
That such empty vessels have been thrust into the limelight, into the cut-and-thrust of history, due to the accident of birth, is a tragedy. It is also indicative of the worthlessness of the loser White race. No one is obligated to vote for Bush, to support his Presidential aspirations. As he goes around making speeches unfavorably comparing lazy native White Americans with those dynamic hard-working colored immigrants, the fact remains that his political future depends solely on the support of the same conservative White Americans that he so obviously despises. That they support him is more of an indictment of them than him. And the FN did not have to accept Ms. Skeletor as the heiress apparent to the throne of Big Daddy. They could have refused, and instead chosen a competent man who, even if he believed he needed “moderation,” would have had enough character and dignity not to throw fellow nationalists “under the bus.”
But, no. Whites are worthless, so they support worthless politicians, one set of embarrassments mirroring the other.