• Macron vs Le Pen. Who is better and why?

    They said on the news that Macron is like snake that shed off its skin and tries to present itself as something new. But instead he gives the French a dose of the same old stuff, but will put it on steroids. More EU, more neo-liberalism, more refugees and probably cutting benefits. He even says France does not have... show more
    They said on the news that Macron is like snake that shed off its skin and tries to present itself as something new. But instead he gives the French a dose of the same old stuff, but will put it on steroids. More EU, more neo-liberalism, more refugees and probably cutting benefits. He even says France does not have a culture. I know that the rich and their puppet media love him and sell him to the people. But I think he is absolutely terrible. I don't even know what Le Pen stands for, but how much worse can it be?
    11 answers · Other - France · 2 days ago
  • Why is Macron so popular in France?

    The puppet of the elite and their pet media wants to give France a dose of even more neo-liberalism and more EU. All this guy does is get into the train that is headed toward the cliff and steps on the gas. I know the media over there must mention him on the daily basis and give him a lot more publicity. Personally... show more
    The puppet of the elite and their pet media wants to give France a dose of even more neo-liberalism and more EU. All this guy does is get into the train that is headed toward the cliff and steps on the gas. I know the media over there must mention him on the daily basis and give him a lot more publicity. Personally I probably would have voted for Melenchon who is considered to be on the far left (and I don't think many of his positions would have been considered far left 30 years ago). He didn't make it. Now I actually think Le Pen is the far better option than Macron. I could never have pictured myself supporting a candidate on the right, but her proposals make sense and she stands up to the Germans and all these other neo-liberal puppets. Isn't it clear to many French that neo-liberalism is not working and that the EU itself is a freaking disaster?
    11 answers · Other - France · 3 days ago
  • Is paris a country or a city?

    10 answers · Paris · 4 days ago
  • Do people in France smoke cigarette?

    Best answer: It's not illegal to smoke but it's heavily discouraged and there are a lot of restrictions about it. It's illegal to advertise tobacco, it's illegal to distribute tobacco for free, it's illegal for a tobacco company to sponsor events. It's also illegal to smoke in public places that... show more
    Best answer: It's not illegal to smoke but it's heavily discouraged and there are a lot of restrictions about it.

    It's illegal to advertise tobacco, it's illegal to distribute tobacco for free, it's illegal for a tobacco company to sponsor events. It's also illegal to smoke in public places that aren't specifically dedicated to smoking.
    Also, tobacco is heavily taxed and cigarette packs must have big warnings about cancer and things like this.

    So the consumption of tobacco has been decreasing a lot. It's estimated that 30% of the people above 15 years old are smoker (regular or casual).
    It was closer to 60% in the end of the 50's.
    6 answers · Other - France · 4 days ago
  • Why do French women have big breasts?

    I visited France about 5 years ago and while the,women there were slim and,stylish I noticed that the French women were quite busty ( esp the women over 40). I also noticed the same with British women. What could it be? Could it be genetics in those countries? Could it because the French women consume a lot of... show more
    I visited France about 5 years ago and while the,women there were slim and,stylish I noticed that the French women were quite busty ( esp the women over 40). I also noticed the same with British women. What could it be? Could it be genetics in those countries? Could it because the French women consume a lot of fatty cheese and dairy products. ( well known for increasing the bust) compared to women in other countries? Thanks!
    6 answers · Other - France · 4 days ago
  • Do you believe that Le Pen will win, just like Brexit and Trump?

    Best answer: Sadly I doubt Le Pen will win. All the powers that be are behind the guy that they know will do nothing and can be easily controlled to do what they want. She was the last hope to save France. Refugee crime is up 50% there and will get worse with more Islamic attacks.
    Best answer: Sadly I doubt Le Pen will win. All the powers that be are behind the guy that they know will do nothing and can be easily controlled to do what they want. She was the last hope to save France. Refugee crime is up 50% there and will get worse with more Islamic attacks.
    4 answers · Paris · 3 days ago
  • Politics: Will Islam's advances be thwarted if Le Pen wins in France?

    Best answer: If Le Pen doesn't win in France, it will be a clear sign to liberal apologists across Europe that it's okay to give away the continent to foreign and religious interests.

    There's no room in Western nations for Islam and Muslims.
    Best answer: If Le Pen doesn't win in France, it will be a clear sign to liberal apologists across Europe that it's okay to give away the continent to foreign and religious interests.

    There's no room in Western nations for Islam and Muslims.
    4 answers · Paris · 6 days ago
  • How do I get a work permit in France if I'm staying for 2 months and from Canada?

    I'm a 21 year old student looking to make back some of the money visiting Paris!
    I'm a 21 year old student looking to make back some of the money visiting Paris!
    8 answers · Paris · 2 weeks ago
  • How possible is it to move to france and find a job making clothes? as a u.s. citizen?

    travel, fashion, paris
    travel, fashion, paris
    4 answers · Paris · 1 week ago
  • Put son out yesterday at 18. I don't think I did anything wrong, but my sister says I did?

    Best answer: I'm sorry to say this, but it sounds like you had a hand in isolating him by pulling him out of highschool and not helping him learn to drive. These are the things we do for our kids to help them get a job and have a successful life so that they don't need to "mooch" off of us. We have a... show more
    Best answer: I'm sorry to say this, but it sounds like you had a hand in isolating him by pulling him out of highschool and not helping him learn to drive. These are the things we do for our kids to help them get a job and have a successful life so that they don't need to "mooch" off of us. We have a responsibility to our children once we chose to have them, to keep them and to raise them. I pray for your son, he has so many challenges right now.
    8 answers · Centre · 2 weeks ago
  • Why won't Black people just go back to Africa?

    Why won't Black people just go back to Africa?

    Go back to your stinky mudhuts, you ugly subhuman Black n*ggers. Go back to Nigeria!
    Go back to your stinky mudhuts, you ugly subhuman Black n*ggers. Go back to Nigeria!
    6 answers · La Reunion · 2 weeks ago
  • What is France like?

    Best answer: its a great place ..the people are brilliant ..i have a home in the south ...they are polite ..always say hello ..where i am there is no graffiti ..drunks ..kids still play in the streets ...nothing is ever stolen ..i usually dont lock my car ..
    Best answer: its a great place ..the people are brilliant ..i have a home in the south ...they are polite ..always say hello ..where i am there is no graffiti ..drunks ..kids still play in the streets ...nothing is ever stolen ..i usually dont lock my car ..
    4 answers · Paris · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it typical for families in France to travel between states/regions of the country? If so, for what reasons? Or why not?

    Best answer: The regions in France are purely administrative subdivisions, there is no limitation on where you can go in the country and since France has an excellent road and train system, it's easy to travel from city to city. So yes, indeed, there are a lot of people going to an other regions either for a job, for... show more
    Best answer: The regions in France are purely administrative subdivisions, there is no limitation on where you can go in the country and since France has an excellent road and train system, it's easy to travel from city to city.
    So yes, indeed, there are a lot of people going to an other regions either for a job, for studies, for vacations or just because they like it.
    However, since most people live a sedentary lifestyle, whole families don't go to other regions everyday. In general, it's during weekend or holidays.

    To a lesser extent, it also very easy to travel to an other country of the Schengen area of the EU. So there are also a lot of people going regularly in Italy, Spain, Germany or Belgium.
    5 answers · Other - France · 4 weeks ago
  • Is 8 days enough to visit London and Paris ?

    Best answer: It's enough to get a flavour of both cities, if you spend four days in each. It's also enough to see a few of the main sights and do a few activities, maybe go to the theatre one night. Although four days in either London or Paris will almost certainly leave you wanting more, it is entirely doable to make... show more
    Best answer: It's enough to get a flavour of both cities, if you spend four days in each. It's also enough to see a few of the main sights and do a few activities, maybe go to the theatre one night. Although four days in either London or Paris will almost certainly leave you wanting more, it is entirely doable to make an enjoyable trip out of such a time constraint. The train journey door to door between London and Paris should only take 3 hours, if you're staying centrally in both cities, so it's not as though you'll lose a whole day in transit either, especially if you travel early morning or late evening.
    5 answers · Paris · 1 month ago
  • Any English speaking school in France?

    Best answer: It will be a private school since public school is required by law to be in French. It will be hard to find one that teaches only in English rather than a bilingual one. I'm not even sure they exist.

    You should contact these people : https://www.britishcouncil.fr/en/program...

    They can give you information.
    Best answer: It will be a private school since public school is required by law to be in French. It will be hard to find one that teaches only in English rather than a bilingual one. I'm not even sure they exist.

    You should contact these people : https://www.britishcouncil.fr/en/program...

    They can give you information.
    5 answers · Other - France · 1 month ago