2018 French Revolution/Gilet Jaunes protest

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After Saturdays protests:

and watching the documentary on Gilet Jaunes:

I've decided that if this should go on for months, I will this spring go to Paris and join in. My friends doesnt like it since you can get shot with rubber bullets and yeah, saw this chick who had her cheek torn up by a bullet but I feel I must for the cause. Macron is a fukn psychopath that needs to stop stepping on the french people and take his globalistic killuminati with him!
 





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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.

I'm french too
All i have to say is that i'm afraid that we barely have any time left before a ww3 will broke out
I'm young but i can feel the uproar :/
This time feels different and i hope if there aren't freemasons in Les Gilets Jaunes or it's another elite plan to enslave us more bc of damage too
That for once the people can win something ^^
Also Macron is a satanist/freemason and psychopath and very manipulative but also an illuminati puppet
(He has the same mannerisms my own dad had when he tried to manipulate everyone so i can see and recognize them from 1000km away lol)

It's just my opinion btw :)
 





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In France 2019, you can lose an eye during a legal demonstration and no one bats an eye.
https://www.thelocal.fr/20190127/yellow-vest-leader-handicapped-for-life-by-protest-injury-lawyer

A prominent French anti-government "yellow vest" activist, badly injured in the eye at a protest, was struck with one of the controversial rubber bullets used by police

They have brutalized, gassed and mutilated peaceful protestors but not a single word is said in mainstream medias.

We saw EU flags in armoured vehicles and some Riot policemen had assault rifles in their hands. It looks like we're living under a fascist regime.




I don't know what they plan to do but stay tuned because it's pretty clear for me that they want to start something in France and medias are too much silent these days about what's going on.



They look like the four horsemen from the book of Revelation.

One thing is sure, protestors wants veangeance for the things that happened yesterday and they called for an uprising next Saturday.

We already saw many 'ACAB' (All Cops Are B*stards') graffitis in walls and burned cars lately.

paris-aftermath-yellow-vests-protest-c205-diaporama.jpg

Thanks everyone for reading this, we need your support.
 





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Fuck, thats what my friend talks about, he doesnt want me to go. Tell me, are you out in it? Is it easy to get hit by a rubber bullet?

Anyway, Saturdays protest:


And a DAMN good documentary:


I PUKE on what Macron is doing to these poor people!

DEMISSION MACRON!
 





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I may be wrong here but I'm starting to suspect there is and echo of the Edgestowe Riots from C.S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength. For those who have never read it, it runs like an allegory of the world we now inhabit.

"Lewis builds in an analogy with the totalitarian nations England was fighting as he wrote the book by having the N.I.C.E. run its own police department. Directors of the N.I.C.E. orchestrate incidents and then riots with the local townspeople and then, using their contacts in parliament and among the authorities, get a ‘state of emergency’ declared in Edgestow such that the N.I.C.E. police take over running the town and, as you might expect, turn out to be a very unpleasant paramilitary force. People are beaten up, many carted off to the new prison cells the N.I.C.E. is building, there is mention of at least one r*pe and beating to death.

All this is supervised by a big domineering leering woman, Miss Hardcastle, who is portrayed as a lascivious, Robert Crumb-like, dominating lesbian, dressed in leather, who surrounds herself with fluffy young women she can bully, and enjoys going down to the N.I.C.E. cells to torture people.

Sleepy little Edgestow turns, before our eyes, into a fascist statelet combined with the shiny new buildings of a modern new town-cum-industrial complex. Filostrato tells Mark they are aiming to abolish all organic life, trees, plants, animals: all the chemicals they produce for the air, all the food they produce can be made much more efficiently in factories. Frost, a man who has talked himself out of any emotions or feelings, tells Mark they are aiming for ‘efficiency’, they aim to become so efficient that they will supersede humanity altogether."

https://astrofella.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/that-hideous-strength-c-s-lewis/

To be clear, my sympathies are entirely with the French people. I used to do Judo and one of the core principles was to use the strength of an opponent's attack against them. I just hope that the yellow vests are better at Judo than Macron and his goons!
 





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BRIGITTE MACRON



This is a swedish article that says Macrons wife is behind the scenes and so involved that she decides which person sits on what post as far as the ministers goes and if he comes home after a few decisions, she doesnt like, he goes right back during the night with changed decisions. She's behind that.

She also renovated the presidents palace for millions days before the yellow vesting broke out.

To me she looks like his handler. Shes also ALOT older than him. He's 42, she's 66, so shes 25 years older than him and could be his mother! Thats and that she calls the shots tells me that if he's the puppet, she'd be the puppet master but in hide from the public a bit so she wont get the rage of the public on her.

Full article: https://www.expressen.se/nyheter/ny-bok-om-macron-hans-narmaste-vill-att-hustrun-dor/


The article:

The president was clear about his plans before being elected president. Should he win the election, his wife would. Brigitte Macrón would have a prominent role in his staff.

And quite rightly. She is a speech writer and advisor who always has his ear.

According to the British Telegraph, it is said that Mrs President helps determine who gets ministerial posts in the government. This is especially true of the country's education minister Michel Blanquer writes Daily Express. And not everyone looks at her efforts with gentle eyes.

There are details revealed in a new book released on Thursday: Madame La Présidente, writing by the two journalists Ava Djamashidi and Nathalie Shuck working at Le Parisien.

"Dreaming that she will die"

According to the book, Emmanuel Macrón's closest co-worker in the government should be so tired of the wife's influence that they want her to die, writes Telegraph about the book that was released on Thursday.

According to the book, the president's employees must also be very stressed that Macrón changes his mind about important decisions. And it often happens overnight, when Macrón has been at home and heard his wife's views on the issue.

And it is, according to the book, about one thing: It is male employees who are not used to getting competition from a woman, writes Telegraph.

Opened the doors at the wrong time

But all of Brigitte Macrón does not fall into good soil with the president. The book addresses the big mistake made by the President's wife in the Le Monde newspaper, and showed the presidential palace that was newly renovated. The renovations had cost around SEK 6 million. It happened just a few days before the Yellow West started with their violent protests on the streets of Paris - among other things against what they think is the elite's abuse of power.

The President's wife should also have told the authors that the toughest of her assignments is the envy that comes not only from parts of the French people - but also from the political class in the country.


Hold on, it gets even more twisted! Watch this:


She was his SCHOOL TEACHER and met him when he was 15 years old! His father told her to stay away from him until he was 18. Does it get sicker??
 





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Wigi, great thread. I think the Yellow Vests movement is the biggest, most sincere and grassroot protest movement of the last years, if not decades, sick and tired of the double-crossing of the political class and extremely immune to every manipulation to try and spin the Yellow Vests into something they are not. The establishment tries to either vilify the movement by planting violent agitators while turning the cameras on them, or conflating the countryside Yellow Vests with those from the banlieues who loot and plunder. Or they try to recuperate the dissent and distort it into something else than originally intended by the Yellow Vests.

It is a resentment against the stranglehold of the fascist collaboration between government, banks and big coroprations, the lack of democratic power, continuous rising costs and taxes whether it's for global warming, mass immigration, the endless and legalised swindle of money creation. It's going to be tough to continue the fight until the desired changes are achieved. They have no sponsor like Soros behind them, no international media calling it a colour revolution against an oppressive regime, no sympathy from the tv "intellectuals" à la Bernard-Henri Levy or Jacques Attali.

If they manage to stay rallied behind some clearcut and powerful demands, like the one for public referenda, or if they could crystallize their focus on la planche à billets, they could change the future of France and kickstart a snowball effect for the rest of Europe and possibly the world. But the true power lies with the forces of order. If the police could join the side of the protesters, and there have been more and more, they could really make a chance. This is why the media will spam the public with footage of violence between protesters and police forces to antagonize them. That's why people must counter with footage showing they share one and the same fight.



I truly hope you guys succeed and every night before I go to sleep, I give my modest contribution by opening a window and in proud posture giving a quenelle to the world singing: "Macroon, la sens-tuuu qui se glisse dans ton cuuul, la quenelleeeeuu."
 





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I gotta say, I was raised with american tv, movies and music and their culture made an impression but I gotta say I'm starting to LOVE the french people! Their fighting spirit, their pride and their emotional expressions. You guys ROCK!
 





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(Sry for a late rapport due to prsonal problems)

They were last staurday 5,200 less.

The jackets of the Police says Gendarmerie meaning theyre mercenaries. Its rumoured they're from germany and many of them are arabic.
 





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(Sry for a late rapport due to prsonal problems)

They were last staurday 5,200 less.

The jackets of the Police says Gendarmerie meaning theyre mercenaries. Its rumoured they're from germany and many of them are arabic.
Yikes!! Sounds totally dodgy.
 





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Riots in Paris to celebrate 4 months of Yellow vest protests.
It's burning everywhere.




Yellow vests sent an ultimatum to President Macron.

https://www.efe.com/efe/english/wor...m-on-another-day-of-violence/50000262-3926967

Rioters won't hesitate to attack cops, burn more banks and loot shops until they invest the Elysee.

The French Government is planning to enforce a law that forbid French citizens their constitutional right to protest.

https://www.thelocal.fr/20190130/ye...to-bring-in-a-controversial-anti-rioting-bill

French constitution is about to be violated yet again by this incompetent government despite the warnings of the council of Europe rights:

The Council of Europe rights group on Tuesday urged France to halt the use of rubber bullet

It's far from over.