2018 French Revolution/Gilet Jaunes protest

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Hi i'm new here and i'm french.

I follow VC since a long time (I discovered this website maybe 6 or 7 years ago) but it's my very first thread here because I wanted to talk about my country. My country has changed for the worst.

Right now, people talk about a revolution, death threats were sent to mayors and politicians are overwhelmed by all the things that happened in Paris last Saturday.

To understand the movement of Yellow jackets or "Gilets Jaunes" in french, you have to realize that France is the most heavily taxed country in Europe but President Macron want to add new taxes on diesel fuel because environment ect.. when our government encouraged its people to buy diesel cars during the last decade.
Many people are afraid that they won't be able to afford having a car or even paying gas when we need our cars in a daily basis.

In France, it's hard these days to find a job if you don't have a car but we have to pay new bills and more taxes when, at the same time, President Macron suppressed the solidarity tax on wealth which was a move that was loved by the richest and those with the highest income in France.

It was perceived as injustice by french workers that's why Pesident Macron is now known as the 'president of the rich and bankers' here.

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/France-again-tops-EU-tax-list

But it's not over, because Mr. Macron despise his people and he now want to sign the UNO migration pact this month so it could result with more migrants in Europe when so many French natives can't even live a decent life anymore. That's crazy.

People are extremely mad and this time it's not a matter of conservatives fighting liberals/progressists/pro-migrants ect..

No, all hell broke lose last Saturday with far left anarchists fighting the cops, attacking the banks screaming 'kill capitalism' and young migrants robbing the shops during this Yellow jackets protest.
Some protestors protected the cops from factions possessing weapons who attacked cars, shops and cops. It almost looked like a civil war
https://tech2.org/arab/arab-newspapers-a-battlefield-in-paris-due-to-protests-yellow-jackets/
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Now some protesters plan to bring weapons (maybe firearms) during next week protest.
And nobody knows what could happen if nothing change very soon.

Some of us believe that this president is lucifer in flesh.
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I'm worried but not really surprised at the moment i'm hoping that this nightmare will end before it goes too far.
 





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Wigi, thank you so much for the update. It was really good to read about this from your firsthand perspective. I've been keeping up on this story as best I can, but a lot of it is being squelched by MSM. Its extremely sad to see how bad so many of the countries I love have gotten.

As for Macron... he's just creepy as hell. There is something seriously wrong with that man, and you can see this when he interacts with others.

Stay safe, and I pray France will wake up and become united in truth and peace soon.
 





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Hi i'm new here and i'm french.

I follow VC since a long time (I discovered this website maybe 6 or 7 years ago) but it's my very first thread here because I wanted to talk about my country. My country has changed for the worst.

Right now, people talk about a revolution, death threats were sent to mayors and politicians are overwhelmed by all the things that happened in Paris last Saturday.

To understand the movement of Yellow jackets or "Gilets Jaunes" in french, you have to realize that France is the most heavily taxed country in Europe but President Macron want to add new taxes on diesel fuel because environment ect.. when our government encouraged its people to buy diesel cars during the last decade.
Many people are afraid that they won't be able to afford having a car or even paying gas when we need our cars in a daily basis.

In France, it's hard these days to find a job if you don't have a car but we have to pay new bills and more taxes when, at the same time, President Macron suppressed the solidarity tax on wealth which was a move that was loved by the richest and those with the highest income in France.

It was perceived as injustice by french workers that's why Pesident Macron is now known as the 'president of the rich and bankers' here.

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/France-again-tops-EU-tax-list

But it's not over, because Mr. Macron despise his people and he now want to sign the UNO migration pact this month so it could result with more migrants in Europe when so many French natives can't even live a decent life anymore. That's crazy.

People are extremely mad and this time it's not a matter of conservatives fighting liberals/progressists/pro-migrants ect..

No, all hell broke lose last Saturday with far left anarchists fighting the cops, attacking the banks screaming 'kill capitalism' and young migrants robbing the shops during this Yellow jackets protest.
Some protestors protected the cops from factions possessing weapons who attacked cars, shops and cops. It almost looked like a civil war
https://tech2.org/arab/arab-newspapers-a-battlefield-in-paris-due-to-protests-yellow-jackets/
View attachment 17676
Now some protesters plan to bring weapons (maybe firearms) during next week protest.
And nobody knows what could happen if nothing change very soon.

Some of us believe that this president is lucifer in flesh.
View attachment 17677
I'm worried but not really surprised at the moment i'm hoping that this nightmare will end before it goes too far.
This is all part of the plan. It's called problem, reaction, solution.

Watch these 3 video's, can you see a common theme?




...Do you get the feeling that perhaps they want a revolution?
 





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Hi i'm new here and i'm french.

I follow VC since a long time (I discovered this website maybe 6 or 7 years ago) but it's my very first thread here because I wanted to talk about my country. My country has changed for the worst.

Right now, people talk about a revolution, death threats were sent to mayors and politicians are overwhelmed by all the things that happened in Paris last Saturday.

To understand the movement of Yellow jackets or "Gilets Jaunes" in french, you have to realize that France is the most heavily taxed country in Europe but President Macron want to add new taxes on diesel fuel because environment ect.. when our government encouraged its people to buy diesel cars during the last decade.
Many people are afraid that they won't be able to afford having a car or even paying gas when we need our cars in a daily basis.

In France, it's hard these days to find a job if you don't have a car but we have to pay new bills and more taxes when, at the same time, President Macron suppressed the solidarity tax on wealth which was a move that was loved by the richest and those with the highest income in France.

It was perceived as injustice by french workers that's why Pesident Macron is now known as the 'president of the rich and bankers' here.

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/France-again-tops-EU-tax-list

But it's not over, because Mr. Macron despise his people and he now want to sign the UNO migration pact this month so it could result with more migrants in Europe when so many French natives can't even live a decent life anymore. That's crazy.

People are extremely mad and this time it's not a matter of conservatives fighting liberals/progressists/pro-migrants ect..

No, all hell broke lose last Saturday with far left anarchists fighting the cops, attacking the banks screaming 'kill capitalism' and young migrants robbing the shops during this Yellow jackets protest.
Some protestors protected the cops from factions possessing weapons who attacked cars, shops and cops. It almost looked like a civil war
https://tech2.org/arab/arab-newspapers-a-battlefield-in-paris-due-to-protests-yellow-jackets/
View attachment 17676
Now some protesters plan to bring weapons (maybe firearms) during next week protest.
And nobody knows what could happen if nothing change very soon.

Some of us believe that this president is lucifer in flesh.
View attachment 17677
I'm worried but not really surprised at the moment i'm hoping that this nightmare will end before it goes too far.
I’m so sorry! Thank you for sharing this and for explaining it as someone from there. My heart is breaking for all of you and I am praying. Mass Immigration has ruined so many places. I agree with the poster above who said it is part of the plan.
 





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Thanks everyone for your support, I really appreciate it.

The working class in France is paying the price of 40 years of chaotic political choices that lead us to sacrifice our country for a progressive agenda of mass immigration. This agenda was supported by both the left and the right because yes, republicans in France where somehow as, if not more, Democrat than most right wings in Europe.

Jacques Chirac did the right thing when he refused to attack Afghanistan but M. Sarkozy accepted to attack Lybia and right there, the gates of chaos in Europe were opened.
We have imported terrorists and criminals in our country but our government still don't know how to manage it because we have so many immigrants here and France is the sole country where racial or religious statistics are forbidden. Plain and simple

But things went worse when we voted democrats 5 years ago, many people started to agree with far left ideas while we couldn't talk about anything anymore.

It became taboo to talk about skin colors, religions and more accurately French Arabic to a point that Arabs meant muslims in the medias.

People were so disappointed to see Marine Le Pen (far right) losing last elections that many Frenchies don't even believe in politics anymore.

More than 100 years of Laicite (or secularism) in France created a high percentage of persons who don't believe in anything except in mere humans.

When people vote for someone, you can't reason them because politics is a sort of religion in their head that's why M. Macron was voted with a bogus program that was clearly anti-france because "we need to protect our democracy, our republican model and our humanistic values against those who wish a civil war in France like the far right" they said.

French medias believe that current crisis will benefit the far right when in fact, it will benefit to nobody if this revolution happens because they don't understand that people are sick and tired of politics and they don't want to be considered as second class citizens anymore.
A growing number of people are opening their eyes about M.Macron, a man who attacked Syria for no apparent reasons when we have nothing to win in that except paving the way for arabic antisemitism in France.

I have in mind that my country is the home of freemasonry and after all, their motto is 'ordo ab chaos'.

But my country is also the place where Christians never loses faith and courage against adversity, I don't forget that the dawn come after the darkest hours of the night.
 





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Thanks everyone for your support, I really appreciate it.

The working class in France is paying the price of 40 years of chaotic political choices that lead us to sacrifice our country for a progressive agenda of mass immigration. This agenda was supported by both the left and the right because yes, republicans in France where somehow as, if not more, Democrat than most right wings in Europe.

Jacques Chirac did the right thing when he refused to attack Afghanistan but M. Sarkozy accepted to attack Lybia and right there, the gates of chaos in Europe were opened.
We have imported terrorists and criminals in our country but our government still don't know how to manage it because we have so many immigrants here and France is the sole country where racial or religious statistics are forbidden. Plain and simple

But things went worse when we voted democrats 5 years ago, many people started to agree with far left ideas while we couldn't talk about anything anymore.

It became taboo to talk about skin colors, religions and more accurately French Arabic to a point that Arabs meant muslims in the medias.

People were so disappointed to see Marine Le Pen (far right) losing last elections that many Frenchies don't even believe in politics anymore.

More than 100 years of Laicite (or secularism) in France created a high percentage of persons who don't believe in anything except in mere humans.

When people vote for someone, you can't reason them because politics is a sort of religion in their head that's why M. Macron was voted with a bogus program that was clearly anti-france because "we need to protect our democracy, our republican model and our humanistic values against those who wish a civil war in France like the far right" they said.

French medias believe that current crisis will benefit the far right when in fact, it will benefit to nobody if this revolution happens because they don't understand that people are sick and tired of politics and they don't want to be considered as second class citizens anymore.
A growing number of people are opening their eyes about M.Macron, a man who attacked Syria for no apparent reasons when we have nothing to win in that except paving the way for arabic antisemitism in France.

I have in mind that my country is the home of freemasonry and after all, their motto is 'ordo ab chaos'.

But my country is also the place where Christians never loses faith and courage against adversity, I don't forget that the dawn come after the darkest hours of the night.
I read your words and am re-reading them. They are worth absorbing, being attentive to, praying over for anyone who would read them. The scenario you have painted is being played out repeatedly around the world. There is a silencing of people who would say that the emperor is indeed not wearing any clothes!

Yesterday I showed my teens videos of the riots there. We spent time together last evening praying for France, the prayers being led by my children and not even my idea. It helps to have the words of a citizen.
 





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To understand the movement of Yellow jackets or "Gilets Jaunes" in french, you have to realize that France is the most heavily taxed country in Europe (...)
http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/steuern-deutschland-ist-vizemeister-bei-der-abgabenlast-a-1142772.html
(green= employer payments / red=employee payments / blue=income tax)

As for 2016 it's ...
1. Belgium
2. Germany
3. Hungary
4. France

Only 4th place, you lose. I'm 2nd :p

I have in mind that my country is the home of freemasonry and after all, their motto is 'ordo ab chaos'
No, home of the freemasonry is England. From what I know. And the first lodge outside England was in Germany, Hamburg.

But, I agree if you say (sorry, didn't read your posts exactly) "they" want/need chaos to bring order. G20 in Hamburg was kind of a test, I still think. And I'm watching at what happens in France very skeptical as this is, once again, a "movement", like we saw many in the last years all over the world. Whereever there's a "movement" my alarm bell rings.

And when these movements get a name, I am alarmed.

If you didn't know: https://vigilantcitizenforums.com/threads/macron-visits-trump-making-devilhorns.3661/
 





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I'm seeing a set up for martial law if people dies tomorrow during the protest and I have the strange feeling that we will see a false flag to justify it. Wait & see
Hi there Wigi!
I'm French as well and I have a very bad feeling about today (Saturday).
Been reading here and there that a coup d'etat might take place.

It is said that some people have already died but it's been covered up (waiting for a "real" false flag?), so many have been disfigured by flash ball guns, not to mention the intense tear gasing of the children, elderly and literally everyone else.
It's already too much for a country that wrote human rights (sic) but I fear something is planned for today to make things drastically escalate.
 





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First of all, I SALUTE your people for taking action when all other countries lay flat, just taking it like cowards!

VIVE LA FRANCE!

Second, interesting you should mention Libya since:


And third, there is no other way than to protest but its a shame the protests couldnt be outside of Rockefellers bunker. Set that on fire! We should all meet there and show them at their grounds what we're about! Make the shake in their boots like they have destroyed our lives!

French people are STRONG! I have such respect for you.

Four: There are rumours that Australia's next, yellow vesting.
 





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Hi there Wigi!
I'm French as well and I have a very bad feeling about today (Saturday).
Been reading here and there that a coup d'etat might take place.

It is said that some people have already died but it's been covered up (waiting for a "real" false flag?), so many have been disfigured by flash ball guns, not to mention the intense tear gasing of the children, elderly and literally everyone else.
It's already too much for a country that wrote human rights (sic) but I fear something is planned for today to make things drastically escalate.
What children and elderly? Noone but the vests are outside. people know whats going on, quite hard to miss.

This is what went down:

I doubt its even teargas since noones reactiong an theyre even picking up the cans and throwing them back. If that was teargas, they would have stinging eyes to the point of running from the place. Ya dont mess with mace.
 





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Praying for France today and rooting for the French people.
First of all, I SALUTE your people for taking action when all other countries lay flat, just taking it like cowards!

VIVE LA FRANCE!

Second, interesting you should mention Libya since:


And third, there is no other way than to protest but its a shame the protests couldnt be outside of Rockefellers bunker. Set that on fire! We should all meet there and show them at their grounds what we're about! Make the shake in their boots like they have destroyed our lives!

French people are STRONG! I have such respect for you.

Four: There are rumours that Australia's next, yellow vesting.
Vixy, I’ve been reading and watching videos on this for two days. Somewhere (I should have saved it) I read that there in some of the bigger cities in Sweden this same type of movement is going on in regards to immigration. Clearly on a much smaller scale. Is that true?

By the way, When they say children, from what I am reading there are 12-year-olds getting involved. Praying and hoping for the best for the French people!!

Macron better hope no guillotines make an appearance.
 





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What children and elderly? Noone but the vests are outside. people know whats going on, quite hard to miss.

This is what went down:

I doubt its even teargas since noones reactiong an theyre even picking up the cans and throwing them back. If that was teargas, they would have stinging eyes to the point of running from the place. Ya dont mess with mace.
video of protests

There's teargas
 





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Nono, something dooesnt add upp around the mace bc I sat through 11 hours of the first riot and noone coughed. They actually picked up the cans "of mace" by hand and threw it back. Doesnt add upp. Yesterdays riot showed coughing on some parts and peope getting up phlegm bc of it. THATS mace. I think the cans in riot 1 was just smoke.
 





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Praying for France today and rooting for the French people.

Vixy, I’ve been reading and watching videos on this for two days. Somewhere (I should have saved it) I read that there in some of the bigger cities in Sweden this same type of movement is going on in regards to immigration. Clearly on a much smaller scale. Is that true?

By the way, When they say children, from what I am reading there are 12-year-olds getting involved. Praying and hoping for the best for the French people!!

Macron better hope no guillotines make an appearance.
Yes, its true. I've been talking to three groups that are anti immigration and we are ALL very sick of how ths is going so they finally protested. They went to the riksdagshus (parliament house) in Stockholm and stood silently and looked at the house. As a warning of whats to come if it doesnt stop, I take it. Mainly it was against the UN's no border deal.

 





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Revolution In Europe?





It feels like we're standing on the precipice, so buckle up. The burgeoning Yellow Vest Movement in France seems to be morphing into popular resistance. Macron remains AWOL and hasn't made any appearances in the last few days.




On top of that, according to the Associated Press, the movement has spread to the Netherlands and Belgium (the European Union's seat of power). Riots are also spontaneously developing in Greece.

With Germany's Angela Merkel stepping down, Emmanuel Macron remains the only prominent globalist still standing. Nationalist leaders have risen in North America (Trump), South America (Bolsonaro), Russia, China, India, Italy, Austria, Hungary, and elsewhere.

When creatures are backed into a corner they can suddenly do very dangerous things. Surely the leaders of the U.N./E.U./globalist enterprise feel they are backed into a truly precarious corner in which they will not survive if they don't come out swinging.

Perhaps with clever subterfuge Macron will gather power in the E.U. countries still driven by diehard continental federalists (maybe that's what he's doing as I write this, which might explain his present absence). Merkel and others have been all-to-eager to support Marcon's 10-nation alliance and his other endeavors. On the other hand, what if he really doesn't survive this? We could be looking at an even bigger tumult among Europe's despondent citizens, one that spreads across the whole continent....

https://www.unsealed.org/2018/12/revolution-in-europe.html?m=1