Marine Le Pen rallied up her supporters in Germany
The French presidential hopeful said that the vote for Brexit in the UK had initiated a domino effect across the rest of Europe and the continent's populations will not be suppressed any longer.
She said: “2016 was the year when the Anglo-Saxon world woke up, 2017 will be the year where the population of continental Europe wakes up.
“It is no longer a question about possibility, it is a question of time.”
FACTS about Marine Le Pen
Wed, November 23, 2016
Marine Le Pen is a French politician who is the president of the National Front, a national-conservative political party in France and one of its main political forces.
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A French politician who is the president of the National Front (FN), a national-conservative political party in France and one of its main political forces.
Other far right European leaders were at the event in Koblenz
The choice that the French people will be asked to make at the presidential election will determine their future, the identity of their country
Marine Le Pen
She said that eventually the European populations are speaking out.
During her speech, Ms Le Pen blasted Angela Merkel’s leniant policies on migration as a “complete disaster”.
She explained that France can no longer cope with the sheer number of migrants coming to the country and the expense they add to to the social care budget, the lower salaries they bring and the increase in unemployment.
Ms Le Pen described the Schengen agreement, which enables free movement between European countries, as “madness”.
Marine Le Pen criticised Merkel's migrant policy
She also claimed that the euro currency was destroying the French economy.
The daughter of the founder of the Front National, Jean-Marie Le Pen, said: “The choice that the French people will be asked to make at the presidential election will determine their future, the identity of their country.”
Ms Le Pen will face the second round of the French presidential election in May.
The comments come as the FN leader tweeted her support for Frauke Petry, the leader of the anti-immigration Alternative for Deutschland (AfD) party.
She tweeted: “Frauke Petry you are leading the electoral battle. I know that you will grow until you have become the future of Germany.”
The AfD party have experienced a surge in support in the aftermath of anger at Mrs Merkel's open-door migrant policy and the Cologne sex attacks.
While in the Netherlands the Freedom Party (PVV) and their leader Geert Wilders are leading opinion polls ahead of the March legislative elections.
Speaking at the same conference Ms Le Pen spoke at, Mr Wilders said: “Yesterday, a new America Today-hello Koblenz – a new Europe!
“The people of the West are awakening. They are throwing off the yoke of political correctness.”
In a Front National press release, Ms Le Pen said she has just visited a business which represents what she sees for France in the future; ensuring that factories relocate their production sites locally to the consumers.
Ms Le Pen said: “We need to stop suffering unfair competition from countries that are benefitting from uncontrolled globalisation. And to do that, we must free ourselves from the chains of the European Union.”