Posted 1 year ago on April 20, 2012, 12:52 p.m. EST by arturo
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In his April 15 webcast, French Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade, after presenting the major points of his Presidential program, laid out a fighting perspective for after the voting, scheduled for April 22 and May 7.
Warning of social disintegration and the danger of war in the immediate period ahead, Cheminade called for a vast movement of "national resistance" to be formed as of May 7, after the second election round, to free France and Europe from the current financial stranglehold.
During the webcast, Cheminade also announced that Solidarité et Progrès, the party which has endorsed him, intends to launch a slate of 100 candidates for the June 10 elections, to rally a movement of "national resistance."
Whatever happens in the vote April 22, Cheminade's high-profile campaign, with a sharp focus on the need for an international Glass-Steagall reform, and return to a national sovereignty-based credit system, has profoundly affected the political debate in France, taking it out of the bounds set by the British financial oligarchy. Such a breakout has immediate implications for breaking the controls in other European nations, and, along with positive developments along the same lines in Russia, for creating a shock effect in the United States as well.
And keep in mind that the political ground has been further prepared for the future campaign by the fact that, according to legal requirements, the French state has sent, by mail, to each registered voter, all 43.7 million of them, a programmatic statement by each of the 10 candidates, including Cheminade.