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Is France Falling Apart Thread?


BACKTOBASICS

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It stated off like that but the thugs infiltrated and have made it into something else.
I presume you are talking about the French police who instigate all the violence with blast bombs, tear gas and water cannon attacks on ordinary French citizens protesting against the loss of sovereignty inflicted on them by Macron who is following orders from his EU global masters.

It is amazing to see week after week of protests and the marchers come dressed in unprotective clothing to walk the gauntlet of heavy-handed ruthless police attacks.

I would have thought the marchers have a right to protect themselves by taking counter measures to defend themselves by say, spreading oil on the roads to prevent squads of police attacking them, form units of defenders in squads of 30 armed with batons, i.e. fight fire with fire - copy the police tactics.

If the French protesters meekly walk the streets they will get nowhere. They need to show a bit of fight too.

If this continues, and unarmed protesters are constantly being attacked and killed and seriously injured by the French police, it can only end badly, with open civil armed conflict on the streets of France.

Is this what the EU and its lackeys, Macron and HIS police are encouraging.
 
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There was a shocking video this weekend of a couple being attacked for apparently little or no reason by CRS riot police in Toulouse:
https://actu.orange.fr/france/videos/toulouse-un-couple-moleste-par-des-crs-CNT000001dr3sG.html

The CRS claimed that the woman had tried to grab a gas canister from them, but witnesses to the incident say they didn't see anything of the sort.

Significantly, the couple don't appear to have been involved in the protests, but just to have been trying to get through the police blockade.
 

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I presume you are talking about the French police who instigate all the violence with blast bombs, tear gas and water cannon attacks on ordinary French citizens protesting against the loss of sovereignty inflicted on them by Macron who is following orders from his EU global masters.

It is amazing to see week after week of protests and the marchers come dressed in unprotective clothing to walk the gauntlet of heavy-handed ruthless police attacks.

I would have thought the marchers have a right to protect themselves by taking counter measures to defend themselves by say, spreading oil on the roads to prevent squads of police attacking them, form units of defenders in squads of 30 armed with batons, i.e. fight fire with fire - copy the police tactics.

If the French protesters meekly walk the streets they will get nowhere. They need to show a bit of fight too.

If this continues, and unarmed protesters are constantly being attacked and killed and seriously injured by the French police, it can only end badly, with open civil armed conflict on the streets of France.

Is this what the EU and its lackeys, Macron and HIS police are encouraging.
Most French people now want this nonsense to stop. The Gilet Jaunes knackers get involved in fights and wreak havoc and destruction everywhere they go. They now serve no end but bolstering the FN.

Funnily enough in Paris on Sunday there were more protesters against Bouteflika than there were Gilet Jaunes on Saturday. And unsurprisingly, there were zero problems and zero arrests on Sunday.
 

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It used to be the case that when Ireland plays France at rugby, Ireland would need to be two converted tries ahead going into the final quarter in order to keep hold of a good chance to win the game. But this season such rule has not applied, and Ireland's game today, Ireland's sustained dominance for both halves, reminds us that all is not well in France and that no amount of inspirational upbeat pronouncements by Le President Emmanuel Macron can change that.
Lord Byron once observed how 'While stands the Coliseum, Rome shall stand", which in the modern era can broadly be interpreted as 'while France stands, the EU stands', but the failure of France rugby today serves only to make us once again inspect the famous utterance of Marie Antoinette: 'let them eat cake'; was she speaking with contempt for the ordinary citizens of France, or was she speaking with the utter desperation of a woman eating cake but once a week with her friends in the finest of circumstances, got to keep up those appearances even when you're starving
 

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http://m.leparisien.fr/seine-saint-denis-93/saint-denis-l-orgue-de-la-basilique-degrade-apres-une-intrusion-05-03-2019-8025483.php?fbclid=IwAR1vXFjMA2mUiBf4tJkT4TmEkpPv_Werj4-789-cYrgFHZq1-AfAuHn5R08

The Basilicia of St Denis, where the French kings were buried until they were thrown into a pit during the French Revolution, has been vandalised. Stained glass windows were smashed and the 19th century organ damaged. This building was previously stormed by pro immigration and Leftist groups.
The area around it is a total kip, a no go area greatly enriched by the new comers.
 

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  1. [B]George Galloway[/B]‏Verified account @[B]georgegalloway[/B] 9h9 hours ago
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    Why is there so little interest among the British left about the six months of pitched battles on the streets of #France involving hundreds of thousands of working class people including the mass left-wing trade union CGT and the security forces of Napoleon Macron? #GiletsJaunes
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    I remember the shock and horror of some "leftist" when I said that given the facts on the ground, in spite of her scary surname, Le Pen may well have been the lesser of two evils as at least she is somewhat anti-war/anti-cold war.
 

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  1. [B]George Galloway[/B]‏Verified account @[B]georgegalloway[/B] 9h9 hours ago
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    Why is there so little interest among the British left about the six months of pitched battles on the streets of #France involving hundreds of thousands of working class people including the mass left-wing trade union CGT and the security forces of Napoleon Macron? #GiletsJaunes
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    I remember the shock and horror of some "leftist" when I said that given the facts on the ground, in spite of her scary surname, Le Pen may well have been the lesser of two evils as at least she is somewhat anti-war/anti-cold war.
Galloway needs to know that the movement is an amalgamation at this stage of both extremeties of the political spectrum. It is both right and left.
 

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Galloway needs to know that the movement is an amalgamation at this stage of both extremeties of the political spectrum. It is both right and left.
Looking at the people taking part - they are ordinary citizens - 'left' and 'righ't are media and political tags - a useful tool by the EU and globalists to use 'far right' and 'far left' as a tactic to divide and conquer their citizens. It looks like the French protesters have recognised this tactic and are uniting - left, middle, and right, that is, all demographics. All have suffered at the hands of ruthless violent political policing for six months now.

And let's not forget, the police too, are useful tools in these situations, attacking the very people they take an oath to protect will not end well for them either once they have done their dirty work for the EU globalists.
 
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