Amusingly, Macron’s wife would be in jail today

Yes, I knew about the teacher bit, but not that it was while still at school:

One of Emmanuel’s friends – at whose grandmother’s home near Chantilly, he was supposedly studying for his baccalaureate exams – rang to organise the coming weekend. His mother, Francoise Noguès-Macron, realised then that “Manu”, who called her every day to tell her about his day, was not actually in Chantilly. At the end of the week, his father went to the station to collect his son on his supposed return from a week’s revision with friends. There were raised voices when they returned home.

“What mattered to me was not the fact he was having a relationship with Brigitte but that he was alive and that there weren’t any problems,” says Francoise.

Nope, that’s being in authority etc, hands off territory.

Amazingly, I’ve not seen anyone noting this….

25 comments on “Amusingly, Macron’s wife would be in jail today

  1. Indeed not. Couldn’t be because he’s the latest hero of Channel 4 News and so all scandal around him is off limits could it?

  2. The age of consent in France is 15. It used to be 11.

    Not many kids do the bacc before 15. Macron wasn’t one of them.

    Still a weirdo, of course.

  3. Doubt it. She wouldn’t even get banged up in the UK, regardless of the law. Massive double standards re underage sex.

  4. He’s a lefty so the same rules don’t apply. If this was a right wing politician the press would be making a massive deal of it.
    Imagine what they’d have said if the same scenario applied to Trump.

  5. There was once an old mare in chantilly,
    that young manu preffered to a filly,
    when she donned the lace,
    and sat on his face,
    he creamed himself so silly.

  6. It seems that Macron is already doing the bidding of those working his strings.

    I rather doubt that renegotiating the Calais Treaty is something that he came up with all on his own. I seems an action that is deliberately provocative on a number of levels….

  7. tomo,

    You mean he’s taking the work of other boys and girls and passing it off as his own. What will teach make of that? (Credit to Little Britain).

  8. MC said:
    “She wouldn’t even get banged up in the UK”

    I don’t know; she’s not that bad looking. Someone would be willing to shag her.

  9. “Amazingly, I’ve not seen anyone noting this….”

    Establishment candidate against a far-right opponent. He could be on film sacrificing babies in a Black Mass and the media would pretend it never happened.

  10. I can’t help wondering whether that shouldn’t be “a supposedly far-right opponent”?

  11. DocBud

    as far as I’ve looked (which isn’t that far) – he hasn’t claimed ownership of the plan – I do recall though that M. ‘Ollande or one of his minions floated the withdrawal from the Calais Treaty last year – which adds to the impression that the precocious little chap is a stalking horse.

    ‘doze wikkid wusskies are no doubt behind the rumors circulating that M. Macron also has a boyfriend.

  12. They say adult teachers having sex with the kids will ruin the kids life*. Now we have proof.

    *When I was in high school, there were some teachers whom I wished would ruin my life.

  13. What’s more amusing is that this is in the Lifestyle section of the Barclays Boys Own comic.

    Hm, Hush Puppies or shag ancient teacher?

    Merde, a choisir?

  14. “I wonder if he still brings her an apple on his way home from the ministry.”

    No; but possibly his meagre asparagus spear.

  15. Tomo

    Pretty much every(French)one has had a pop at the Le Touquet Treaty including Macron, Le Pen and, best of all, Sarko who set the thing up in the first place but hoped that the French had forgotten (they had).

    This is all sabre-rattling. If Le Touquet bites the dust the onus simply shifts to the carriers to ensure that only those entitled to enter the UK can do so. Which means that there will be more chaos and delay at Calais and Coquelles.

    The sensible thing to do would be belatedly and bilaterally to agree to implement the terms of the treaty of Troyes in 2020. Six centuries late, but there’s nothing wrong with playing a long game.

  16. Apols, off topic from Macron’s private life, but heading back to this Touquet treaty thing:

    If Le Touquet bites the dust the onus simply shifts to the carriers to ensure that only those entitled to enter the UK can do so. Which means that there will be more chaos and delay at Calais and Coquelles.

    Actually, I don’t think this is right. It would get better, not worse, and we should agree to tearing up the treaty.

    At the moment, UK and French customs / security at Coquelle are crap. Not re competence (although I’ll defer to BiS on that), simply in that they don’t care how long you wait to get through their check points. Despite there being loads of booths, there are never enough of them open or staff on duty. And those that are have no real care about “the customer”.

    Transfer that duty (#) to the carriers, and because it’s real money to them, they’ll be competing – they would simply put on more appropriate staff rosters / if necessary have more tills open, to deal with the checking.

    It might cost a bit more, sure, but I reckon (after teething) the delays would mostly disappear. The extra cost is unlikely to be substantial as ultimately it’s exactly the same “amount” of checking being carried out, but the carriers would focus themselves on trying to avoid those bloody pointless queues.

    Perhaps that’s another thing we can “concede” (in return for something else)..

    # – It would also need full security checking (to stop Ropers carrying sparklers etc) to be transferred as well, as that’s all part of the same current delay problem.

  17. Obviously, the cost would be more, unless the budget being incurred now for security etc was also transferred to the carriers. Perhaps it already is (are the carriers charged by the state for this currently, I don’t know)?

    But the rest, re efficiency due to competing with each other “on this particular issue”, still stands.

  18. I don’t understand why Calais is even remotely our problem.

    If its non-French denizens are (violent cough) asylum seekers, then the rule is that they should seek asylum in France. Or France shouldn’t have let them in in the first place if they could have claimed asylum elsewhere first.

    If they’re not (violent cough) asylum seekers, but (violent hacking fit) tourists, then they can get on a ferry and go through passport control like anyone else.

    Will somebody please enlighten me?

  19. Teachers having sex with students over the age of consent is not a mailable offense, but should be the end of their right to teach.

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