As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Russian terrorist, former so-called 'defense minister' of "DPR" [Donetsk People's Republic"] Igor Girkin (Strelkov) on his Vkontakte page.
Terrorist Igor Girkin
"They are asking me what I think of Marine Le Pen, her chances to win, etc. What should I say? I saw her once, when she visited Malofeev's office in 2013. But we didn't talk.
"In general, I feel bad for her. But I have zero interest in her political career. Just because her victory or defeat have next to no meaning for Russian (and the Russian Federation). If she wins (somehow, for a wonder, for most of French elites are against her), she would be forced to conduct the same policy as her predecessors. For neither France, nor Marine herself are not capable and not ready for any "revolution," including top down.
"And without a revolution, the process of France's self-destruction could not be stopped -- it's pretty much inevitable. I totally agree with Evgeny Tinyansky on this matter. Expectations for a "foreign magician in a blue helicopter" are in the nature of our own elites, that are either senile or infantile. But they are absolutely, 100-percent groundless. In addition, after the "Trump is ours" scandal, no decent PR can be built on such "triumphs of Putin's smart plan." However, money still could be laundered," the terrorist wrote.
As reported by media, Russian billionaire Konstantin Malofeev maintains contacts with European far-right politicians. In late May 2014, he organized and moderated the meeting of far-right Russian and European politicians in Vienna.
Russian billionaire Konstantin Malofeev
In April 2014, Malofeev assisted Jean-Marie Le Pen in receiving 2 million euro loan from from a Russia-owned company. Malofeev came to light in 2014 in relation to the war in the Donbas. The European Commission, the United States and Ukraine have accused Malofeev of trying to destabilize and financing separatism in Ukraine. According to EU Regulation No 826/2014 dated July 30, 2014, Malofeev is closely linked to Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine and Crimea. He was the former employer of Alexander Borodai, the so-called "Prime Minister" of the self-declared 'Donetsk People's Republic'. Malofeev was also former employer of Igor Girkin, a former FSB colonel who provided security services to Malofeev's visits to Kyiv and Crimea in the weeks before the annexation of the latter by Russia.
Due to his support of Donbas militants, Malofeev was included in sanctions imposed by the EU, the U.S., and Canada. On July 22, 2014 Ukraine's Interior Ministry initiated a criminal case against Malofeev, suspected of creation of illegal military or armed units (article 260 of Criminal Code of Ukraine). In addition, he was awarded with "For fidelity to duty" order by Crimean occupants in March 2015.
Marine Le Pen during her visit to Moscow
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