Macron IS the state of emergency…
Hopefully until the Macron cancer is removed. More on the yellow vest rebellion.
The French government is expecting a repeat of last weekend’s mayhem when rioters torched cars, looted shops and defaced the Arc de Triomphe monument on the Champs-Elysées avenue. So yesterday they published a video reminding protesters that demonstrating does not mean resorting to violence.
“Protesting is a right. […] But protesting doesn’t mean rioting. It doesn’t mean destroying our heritage. It doesn’t mean looting our businesses. It doesn’t mean destroying our property. Protesting does not mean destroying our Republic.”
Dear idiots of the French government: the riots are in opposition to those OF YOU who openly avow and act to destroy both the French heritage and the Republic. Reverse your rosy migrant-think and kindly vacate France for the sunnier shores of anywhere else.
It’s not a yellow vest protest, nor a gas tax rebellion. It’s anti MACRON: more groups keep joining on more issues:
More than one hundred ambulance drivers protested in Paris Monday morning, as France’s President Emmanuel Macron faces mounting pressure from populous movements inspired by the Yellow Jackets.
Paramedics blocked the Place de la Concorde near the National Assembly in downtown Paris at 5:30 am local time, blaring their sirens and holding banners condemning government-mandated industry reforms, reports France Info.
Protesters set tires on fire in the street while others chanted “Macron resign!” according to the Associated Press. One protester held a placard reading “the State killed me.”
They’re not dead yet; on their feet and fighting. Read between the lines. All these real French are sick of enduring corruption while paying for the new “French,” those allegedly brought in to, themselves, save a demography and economy at risk. It doesn’t add up (any of it) and the people are mad as hell. Americans, please consider these areas as you will face them soon.
And, speaking of the newcomers: ISIS pipes up again – all about more DIEversity – just in time for the holidays!
But, just a part, the spark maybe. The war raging in the streets in France is the product of popular anger over many things. Chief among them is the early tenure of the bankster batman and Oedipus Rex weirdo, Emmanuel Macron.
Macron, in Argentina for a G20 summit, said he would convene ministers to discuss the crisis upon his return on Sunday. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe cancelled a trip to Poland.
“We are in a state of insurrection, I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Jeanne d’Hauteserre, the mayor of Paris’ 8th district, near the Arc de Triomphe.
The popular rebellion erupted out of nowhere on Nov. 17 and has spread quickly via social media, with protesters blocking roads across France and impeding access to shopping malls, factories and some fuel depots.
On Saturday, some targeted the Arc de Triomphe, chanting “Macron Resign” and scrawling on the facade of the towering 19th-century arch: “The yellow vests will triumph.”
Addressing a news conference in Buenos Aires, Macron said no cause justified the looting of stores, attacks on the security forces or torching of property. The violence, he said, had nothing to do with the peaceful expression of legitimate grievances.
“I will always respect differences. I will always listen to opposition, but I will never accept violence,” Macron said.
Protesters smashed the windows of a newly opened flagship Apple Store and luxury boutiques of Chanel and Dior, where they daubed the slogan “Merry Mayhem” on a wooden board.
Close to the Place Vendome, Christmas trees decorating the streets were upended, piled in the middle of an avenue and set ablaze, prompting chanting from scores of protesters.
Order appeared to have been restored late in the evening, although small groups were still at odds with police near the Champs Elysees.
Authorities said violent far-right and far-left groups had infiltrated the yellow vests movement. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said most of those arrested were regular protesters who had been egged on by the fringe groups.
The protests began as a backlash against Macron’s fuel tax hikes, but have tapped into a vein of deep dissatisfaction felt towards the 40-year-old’s economic reforms, which many voters feel favour the wealthy and big business.
Yeah. Someone mentioned something about those “reforms” around the last election: “Maybe once a Rothschild servant isn’t always.” Maybe it is.
The good news is that, in the face of this leaderless uprising of the real French people, Oedipus sits at what? a 20% approval rating. There’s mild hope he could depart early. Hope for the future.
Vous auriez voté Le Pen.
Oedipus with some nouveau French supporters.
This is all very interesting. 36 hours before the polls open a huge leak of information has surfaced about Emmanual Macron. The “front-runner” in France has been dogged about tax evasion. He’s one of the progressives that wants 70-90% taxes on the rich – except for him. Seems his money is in the Cayman Islands.
Gateway Pundit / First Caribbean.
A bankster, a agent of the actual Rothschilds keeping money in the Caribbean. Sounds like a globalist. And lying about it. Sounds like a politician. Given his connections, he’s at the master level and shooting for the appropriate high office.
It gets better. A hack has revealed a 9 Gig trove of communications and other information from the Macron campaign.
Whether there is enough time to comb through the material before Sunday remains to be seen. You can view the INFO HERE.
This is a chance for the French to light up the European elites. The choice is between:
An international banking criminal and friend of terrorists,
A woman who wants to secure France for the French people.
Sunday is the date, Mes amis français.
Save yourselves. Vote Le Pen!