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People around the globe are unwell of the usual political celebrations. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Inform us just what you think in the comment area listed below.

" Emmanuel Macron, the centrist independent running for the French presidency, has actually soundly beat Marine Le Pen of the far-right National Front to become the country's next head of state.

Macron's decisive triumph in this essential election for France and the European Union, revealed that the supposed French "Republican front" still holds. Numerous voters from the centre-left and also centre-right, that sustained various other prospects in the first round of governmental voting two weeks earlier, rallied around Macron in the run-off, stopping the right wing from getting power in France for the very first time because the 1940s.

The political election caps Macron's meteoric as well as improbable increase in French national politics. He was still reasonably unidentified when Head of state François Hollande chose him to serve as economy priest 3 years earlier. When he revealed his proposal for the presidency in 2015, few experts offered him a lot of a possibility." *.

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  1. Posted by Jacob Hansen, at Reply

    I’m from france where I currently own a small bakery. I must say that TYT are just not telling the whole story.

    • Posted by King Salman Funder of ISIS & Wahabbism, at Reply

      I am from Saudi Arabia. You deserve a beheading.

    • Posted by Guilhem Herisson, at Reply

      STOP talking about French politics through the lens of American Left Right

      The extreme right in France supports an extremely socialist agenda, it
      couldn’t be any more different then what Trump represents.

      The extreme left lead by Melenchon had a very similar platform to the
      extreme right, the main difference was Melenchon promoted an open
      France and Le Pen promoted a closed France. Hope and inclusion vs
      Hatred of the other

      You cannot look at France as though it is America.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Dan Hinote
      Pourquoi me prends-tu pour une arabe?

    • Posted by Banjo Pink, at Reply

      +Guilhem Herisson Precisely! Nice name, btw. I’m sure you get that all the time. In the Alt-right, we call you ‘hog de hedge’.

    • Posted by TheRefractingOne, at Reply

      +Trollop 7 Hansen, just like many other “-sen” suffix names (Andersen, Larsen, etc.) is primarily prevelant in Scandinavia, and though present in France (among other European countries), it’s not a “very French name”.

      Shows how much you know.

  2. Posted by CaptainCole, at Reply

    As much as I don’t like Macron for his economics, I’m glad he won to stop LaPen the French Trump.

    • Posted by ionamcbrid, at Reply

      Gen Can You don’t understand the word genocide – it refers to the systematic murder of a racial group because of their perceived inferiority. It is what was done to the native Americans and to the Jews in Germany. It does not represent mixed race or faith marriages which are voluntary and based on love. It does not represent people of different faiths and origins living in the same district. It does not represent isolated terrorist attacks (were Irish catholics committing genocide against white protestants and the British in the 70’s and 80’s?) Your comment is an insult to the millions of peopke who died in genocidal regimes as well as to semantics and common sense. There are extremists who hate the west that is not to be denied but this kind of fear mongering is counterproductive and factually wrong.

  3. Posted by Darkside Media, at Reply

    And when Macron a puppet of the wealthy bankers and E.U establishment inevitably fails there will be no middle ground anymore.

    • Posted by Stewiehleba, at Reply

      You idiots. The right-wing in France is not the same as in the US. The world does not revolve around you.Also check Le Pen’s policies on their website instead of just yapping about what you heard on the television.

    • Posted by zOgOs, at Reply

      Stewiehleba Its pretty close, LePen even met with Trump after his win, and met with Putin before her loss. Its pretty close, they like working with foreigners instead of their opposition party.

    • Posted by Darth Kal-El, at Reply

      +Stewiehleba La Pen is a fascist and has proudly said she was.

  4. Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

    Vive la France!

  5. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    YES!!! MACRON!!! Suck it Le Pen, you racist fascist. the female version of trump didnt win! France wont implode, and the EU wont be dissolved, yoo-hoo!

    • Posted by Ashley Thomas, at Reply

      rouge! WTF? Le Pen was not the French Trump, Macron is the Establishment..cenk is lying or ignorant about French politics and is using the election to push his Justice Democrats agenda in the USA…. It hurts because I’ve never see him spin BS for a political agenda before,

    • Posted by Diva Artist, at Reply

      Le Pen’s loss proves her backers Russian banksters are powerful but not invincible. Macronleaks also proved Russia feeds fascist racist dictators and divide democratic blocs, Europe or America. Mike Flynn and Jill Stein are just peak of the US putin tools iceberg. It shows how they fragmented the democratic center — from far left and far right. Europe is safe for now. But America is divided. She cannot afford to fracture further. STAY VIGILANT AMERICA.

    • Posted by Cataline Brinno, at Reply

      Who ever is elected won’t stop the EU from disintegrating. The financial markets are key and the Euro is the nail in the coffin. When the bubble bursts we are in for some real change. The EU is doomed unless we do something about the Euro.

  6. Posted by John Titor, at Reply

    Cenk celebrating the former banker winning, that REALLY MAKES YOU THINK.

    • Posted by EasySnake, at Reply

      cenk just doesnt like to admit he has zero knowledge of french politics.

    • Posted by Banjo Pink, at Reply

      +EasySnake Easily remedied by his doing research. Try again.

    • Posted by EasySnake, at Reply

      Banjo Pink
      I am criticising Cenk’s laziness/lack of journalistic rigor

    • Posted by takethegate, at Reply

      Just the IMF and World Bank.

    • Posted by Banjo Pink, at Reply

      +EasySnake I’m criticizing his evident corruption.

  7. Posted by Daniel Palermo, at Reply

    lol too bad Macron was the establishment candidate

    • Posted by tamperresistant mind, at Reply

      Daniel Palermo I thought the macron was the supreme leader of the strogg from quake4.

    • Posted by Henry Albrecht, at Reply

      Daniel Palermo Say it with me: *_PRESIDENT EMMANUEL J. MACRON._*

    • Posted by leonardoflorentin, at Reply

      +tamperresistant mind come on, the macron in the 4 quake came to power because the macron in quake 2 was slain, all hail the pixelated macron ruler of the stroggs and president of france.

  8. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    I’m just here for alt-right tears.

    • Posted by Ikallicrates, at Reply

      Henry Albrecht – Say it with me: *MERDE!!!*

    • Posted by I'm A Squirrel! Don't Hate!, at Reply

      @Hal Jordan Hahaha! Me too. Lots of tears from right-wingers.

  9. Posted by Dariusz Filipek, at Reply

    It’s a great day for France and Europe!

    • Posted by Lechiffresix six, at Reply

      OMG you look like our polish plumber. same wider face and larger ears. Uncanny ! you’ve got to be based in the UK

    • Posted by Piotrek, at Reply

      Dariusz Filipek – zdrajca

    • Posted by Lechiffresix six, at Reply

      Pierre what are you talking about .

  10. Posted by Zachary CHERIF, at Reply

    macron is a pureproduct of the establishment please get your facts straight

    • Posted by Zachary CHERIF, at Reply

      not really he claimed that people were sick of the establishment and cited the election of macron as proof of this. However if you followed the french election you would know that Macron is considered as the epitome of the establishment because of all the left and right neoliberal that came out early to support him. When Macron criticized the system he was only referencing the welfare state or the left right dichotomy that he considers to be superficial.

    • Posted by NotJustOpinions, at Reply

      Macron was a successful investment banker. Either as an finance inspector or Rothschild banker, Macron’s work helps governments and firms profit handsomely. If that is “interdit” to the French mindset, then you do not know the France of tomorrow. Socialism was a ticking time bomb, a false lie that implodes on itself. So many French here pine for yesteryear, an idealist and narrow view of the reality of geopolitical finance. So many have this romantic view of Che Guevara, a mad man who executed 1200+ Cubans and celebrated Pol pot! Lucky for me, I left USA just in time and now I live in Toulouse, will be married to my French fiancée this year, who is a neurologist. The economy is great, university tuition is cheap, homes are affordable (we just penned our first investment property!) and the food/healthcare/lifestyle is better than life in California. Anyone who understands global economics knows that protectionism, whether Melonchon or Le Pen, is bad for science, bad for education, bad for business and bad for trade relations. As a neurologist, she and her entire institute is dependent on the free flow of grants. You see the the video Macron made to American researchers in February? You may have misunderstood that Melonchon was not for EU funding of research. The devil is in the details. The amount of “functionaries” that do little to justify their wage bill is staggering. CDI must replace functionaire! Macron is the only candidate who is for that, and he is establishment? The youngest ever candidate, not a career politician like Melonchon, who has been in politics since before Macron was even born! Macron’ parents were not politicians, both a doctor and his mother a. . . . Neurologist! Now, the future is promising for France. We have a president who understands disruptive innovation must coalesce competencies across national borders. Ever heard of the hyperloop? Being tested here in Toulouse. Heard of OneWeb? Another multinational venture that will bring broadband to the world. All of this possible for the future of France we now have a president who understands emerging sectors and disruptive innovation. And the importance for neuroscience!

    • Posted by Pif de Mestre, at Reply

      France has not a bipartism system, this “les républicains” party actually had never get any president elected.

      The five right wing president from the fifth republic where representing a lot of different parties UNR (de Gaulle), UDR (Pompidou), FNRI and UDF (d’Estaing), RPR (Chirac), UMP (Sarkozy)

      Of course they all inherit from de Gaulle and each other (some are mostly rename). However when Chirac got elected there also was Balladur running for the UDF (thus you cannot rally say that UDF and RPR is the same).

      This election of Macron can easily be compared to the election of Chirac, a lot of people where considering Balladur as the true heir of de Gaulle.

    • Posted by JaiPaLuLesCGU, at Reply

      You don’t know what you are talking about bongo.

      Let me summarize his curriculum vitae : Henri IV, Sciences Po, Ena, Banquier d’affaire à Rotschild, secrétaire
      général adjoint de l’Élysée, ministre de l’Économie… 100% establishement if you ask me.

  11. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    The trump voter has failed America. The far tard is now suffering politically

    • Posted by Henry Albrecht, at Reply

      Thomas MacKelly Say it with me: *_PRESIDENT EMMANUEL J. MACRON._*

    • Posted by Muno Unom, at Reply

      Yeah, they saved the US from Hillary. A fate rightly deserved to the dumbassery of the US I guess.

  12. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    France basically took one look at America’s Trump and said, “Nah, fam.”

    • Posted by Ikallicrates, at Reply

      Hal Jordan – France basically took one look at America’s Trump and said, “We want that!”

    • Posted by Ikallicrates, at Reply

      Son Goku – Well, the people didn’t seem to think Trump was against their interests, either.

    • Posted by TheComment YouScrolledPassed, at Reply

      Blackatchaproduction yeah, they’re dissapointed their son is in the same generation as you

    • Posted by Gen Can, at Reply

      le pen is against White genocide, that’s why soros’ prostitutes demonized her

  13. Posted by Adam Gellar, at Reply

    The French used us as an example of what not to do. Reject far right authoritarianism.

    • Posted by Carlos Danger, at Reply

      Adam Gellar not everything is about the US

    • Posted by Ben Ghazi, at Reply

      The French have drawn the parallel themselves. Quite funny photoshops too. Like the “Don’t Trump yourself. Chose France. Vote!”. That is made me laugh quite hard.

  14. Posted by Jimbob Day, at Reply

    It wasn’t the fact he started a new party. He is an establishment politician. The French know it. They just didn’t want le pen. Cenk you really have fucked TYT up. Everyone but you knows macron is the establishment.

    Lmao, Cenk thinks an establishment politician starting a new party makes them cease being an establishment politician. Idiot

    • Posted by Jimbob Day, at Reply

      The is a big difference between voting for Macron and voting against le pen. You idiots are too blind to distinguish between genuine support and tactical voting

    • Posted by colbfan report, at Reply

      Breaking the walls between EU countries with this increased integration brought decades of prosperity to the members after the devastating wars

    • Posted by Megatom, at Reply

      Jimbob Day TYT is becoming non-alternative controlled establishment news. They can’t say anything too dangerous.

    • Posted by Four-Eyed Koi, at Reply

      Jimbob Day Did you watch the whole video?

  15. Posted by Douglas Calvert, at Reply

    Ummm… If TyT thinks this guy is antiestablishment they’re sorely mistaken.

    • Posted by gabbafm, at Reply

      Melenchon is certainly the most far left of the major candidates so if that is your only criteria then yes. However if you read what Macron actually believes he has said he draws inspiration from the Nordic model of social democracy that Sanders likes so much. It’s just that Macron emphasizes the liberal, free market aspects in addition to the welfare aspects.

    • Posted by Four-Eyed Koi, at Reply

      Douglas Calvert They are. But seen to be hoping that he’ll be a little “less” establishment and surprise us.

  16. Posted by Ben Bennett, at Reply

    I’m French and I can guarantee you that Macron is THE ESTABLISHMENT.

    • Posted by Allen Albright, at Reply

      je ne sais quoi

    • Posted by dubtat, at Reply

      +Daxtinator22 “The Establishment” was term created in the Kremlin and spread among Democrats by internet posters paid by the Russian government.

    • Posted by olivier Bourrée, at Reply

      It is simpler than to use plutocrat or oligarch, according to the situation; because he includes both

    • Posted by Four-Eyed Koi, at Reply

      Ben Bennett It looks like they had a choice between a version of our Hillary and Trump. Let’s see if they picked the lesser of the two evils.

  17. Posted by John's Dongle, at Reply

    France has elected their first female president, Angela Merkel

    • Posted by colbfan report, at Reply

      Joe Mumma No proof of Trump_Russia collusion doesn’t mean Russia wasn’t trying to cost Hillary the election, the first one doesn’t deny the second.
      And I’m glad you care about taxpayers money, I hope that you thought that the Benghazi series was a waste of money too.

    • Posted by colbfan report, at Reply

      sack smacker And he also talked to Trump, so that means that Macron works for Trump now, have you ever heard about congratulatory calls after an election ?

    • Posted by sack smacker, at Reply

      veganrocks You do know what i mean, you just choose to ignore it because your salty Germany has better military and diplomatic success than France. It fits the theme of the French surrendering to the Germans, and it has happened with their government, the German government controls the EU, the EU controls France. The fact that i need to spell it out to you kills the quite literally true joke and shows me you’re not an Internet person. You need to how the EU really works.

    • Posted by sack smacker, at Reply

      colbfan report 1. merkel didn’t called him, he called her, not congratulatory. 2. Trump is he 2nd most powerful man in the world the the most powerful one in the western world so it makes sense if Macron called him. 3. Trump is now an establishment puppet for Rothschild to play with, they have him under control whether they blackmailed him, bribed him or threatened him.

  18. Posted by Raj Kapadia, at Reply

    Lol, if you go to the CNN channel, the alt right tears on their Macron videos are delicious

    • Posted by The Fruitcake, at Reply

      Raj Kapadia The tears of French terrorism victims will also be delicious.

    • Posted by Raj Kapadia, at Reply

      The Fruitcake The tears of liberty and freedom dying if Le Pen would’ve been elected would’ve been far worse

  19. Posted by I support the gay agenda, at Reply

    Congratulations to France for saying *NO TO RETARDS IN POWER!*

    • Posted by Ashley Thomas, at Reply

      That didnt happen. MAcron is the Establishment. Hes an Obama esque neo conservative…Cenk is wrong.