Do some French people see what's going on? Yellow Vest Protests

Adaryn

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And as to the Soros connection, no proof whatsoever was provided in the video. It is very easy to co-opt movements, but to say that since the beginning it was orchestrated by Soros et al. seems a bit of a stretch.
I agree. Personally, I don't see any point in orchestrating a color revolution in France - though, certainly, it can be coopted. But it makes no sense to see it as a plan designed by Soros from the get-go, right after the "election" of the PTB's very own puppet Emmanuel Micron - and a very submissive puppet he is.
 

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The situation is already very tense. Some protesters are calling for the CRS/police forces to join them.

Police deploy tear gas as Yellow Vest rallies hit Paris on 4th weekend of unrest (WATCH LIVE)

French police fired the first batches of tear gas on Saturday as massive crowds of Yellow Vest protesters swarmed into the heart of the French capital on the 4th weekend of unrest. Over 300 people were detained prior to the rally.

The rally on the iconic Champs-Elysees avenue turned violent right after 10:00 am.

Videos from the area show people coughing and sneezing after tear gas canisters were fired into the lines of demonstrators.

Ahead of the fresh unrest, Paris police detained over 300 people. At least 34 of them remain in police custody after officers found masks, hammers and stones during their searches.



Beefing up its presence, law enforcement also deployed armored vehicles belonging to the French Gendarmerie – the military police.
 

Hi_Henry

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French police fired the first batches of tear gas on Saturday as massive crowds of Yellow Vest protesters swarmed into the heart of the French capital on the 4th weekend of unrest. Over 300 people were detained prior to the rally.
I bet DGSE and like agencies have profiled the police force in such a way that only the "right" policeman will be working the street.

Be Safe Yellow Jackets and God Be With You !!!!

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zak

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The author of the video does not give a precise link to support the origins of the YV movement, and until now i found nothing valuable and tangible in the Soros sens.
The most interesting is this article in french: "LREM activists and deputies relayed on Wednesday night a crude rumour that the website giletsjaunes.com was created in the United States, the day after Macron's election, by relatives of Steve Bannon"
Gilets jaunes : quand des députés LREM cèdent à la théorie du complot
Thanks Maat for the link.
 

c.a.

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Translated from French by Microsoft
#GiletsJaunes 481 arrests in Paris, 211 guards According to @EPhilippePM this number is already higher than the total of the arrests (412) carried out in the capital Saturday 1 December #AFP

West Coast has no clue, via wire feed sanitized version's.

France gears up to face new riots; Paris shuts down
By Samuel Petrequin and Sylvie Corbet Published 2:02 pm PST, Friday, December 7, 2018
PARIS — France mobilized tens of thousands of police officers and made plans to shut down beloved tourist attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre on the eve of antigovernment protests that authorities feared could be even more violent than ones that have crippled the country for weeks.

The drastic security measures will put central Paris in a lockdown on Saturday, disrupting the plans of tens of thousands of tourists and residents.

Hundreds of shops in Paris planned to shut their doors as well, preferring to lose business during the key holiday shopping period rather than have their windows smashed in and their merchandise looted, as happened to many Paris stores last Saturday when an antigovernment protest over rising taxes turned into a riot.

On Friday, workers across Paris lugged pieces of plywood and hammered boards over the windows of shops and businesses — making the plush Champs-Elysees neighborhood appear like it was bracing for a hurricane.

French President Emmanuel Macron has stayed out of the public eye all week, leaving his unpopular government to try to calm the nation. In response, “Macron, resign!” has become the main slogan of the “yellow vest” demonstrators.

The protesters’ anger has been directed at the French leader, who they feel has been the “president of the rich” and is out-of-touch with ordinary people.

Macron’s pro-business reforms have aimed to make the French economy more competitive globally, but French workers see the changes as brutal and weakening their rights.

Macron, whose popularity plummeted in recent months, is also widely seen as arrogant, which comes out when he tells an unemployed man he can find a job if he “crosses the street,” or advising a retiree not to complain.

The 40-year-old leader mostly spent the week holding closed-door meetings in the Elysee presidential palace, which many protesters see as an ivory tower where he is hiding away from the people.

The president’s office said he would not speak before Saturday’s antigovernment protests.

Macron doesn’t face re-election until 2022 and his party has a strong majority in parliament — yet his ability to pass sweeping reforms may be weakened by the yellow vests movement.

 

Maat

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The author of the video does not give a precise link to support the origins of the YV movement, and until now i found nothing valuable and tangible in the Soros sens.
The most interesting is this article in french: "LREM activists and deputies relayed on Wednesday night a crude rumour that the website giletsjaunes.com was created in the United States, the day after Macron's election, by relatives of Steve Bannon"
Gilets jaunes : quand des députés LREM cèdent à la théorie du complot
Thanks Maat for the link.
And this claim can help to mislegitimate the movement for some people. Between vandals, extreme right-wing, and now Soros. Make your choice.:rolleyes:
 

Adaryn

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And this claim can help to mislegitimate the movement for some people. Between vandals, extreme right-wing, and now Soros. Make your choice.:rolleyes:
Yeah, it's totally ridiculous. A color revolution generally involves lots of foreign elements infiltrating the targeted country and stirring up unrest among a small minority of nationals, most of whom are wealthy young adults and students from the cities asking for more Western-style "democracy", "liberty" and societal freedoms. What is going on in France has nothing to do with this. It's a MASSIVE wave of ordinary people who can't take it anymore, coming from all around France - especially the provinces/rural areas - of all ages, from almost all classes, and basically, it's apolitical (yes, there are agents provocateurs and "fringe groups", but they're a minority, and infiltrations/attempts at cooptation are to be expected in a movement of such a huge scale).
 
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isparnid

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Mesurer, I don’t know you did get these informations, when a simple « Whois » confirmes what is said in the video.

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An answer here perhaps :
Non, un site sur les «gilets jaunes» n’a pas été créé juste après l’élection de Macron

A simple look at the archived version of the site "giletsjaunes.com" gives access to the content posted online at the time. As of June 7, 2015, there is thus a call for a "peaceful occupation of the rectorships", launched by the collective in charge of the site: "Yellow Vests - Against the Reform of School Rhythms".

These first "yellow vests", which bore the same symbol as today's demonstrators as their logo (but with an illustration of an awakening), militated - from 2013 - against the reform of the National Education system, which provided for the return of the school week for primary school pupils to 4.5 days instead of 4.

Contacted by 20 Minutes, their spokesperson, teacher Céline Fabre, explains: "Our yellow vests had nothing to do with the current movement, even if I support some of their ideas. We had created the site giletsjaunes.org and giletsjaunes.fr but not giletsjaunes.com. This site was created by two correspondents[of the collective] in Ain who had bought this domain name, and I fed it, but in 2015 it was hacked and we no longer had access to it overnight.

To avoid any misunderstanding, Celine Fabre also published a Facebook post on November 25 to call for not to confuse the two movements - her own having been covered by several media, including 20 Minutes, at the time.
il y a environ 2 semaines

‼NE CONFONDS PAS ‼
Cela semblait si évident... et pourtant !
Alors pour clarifier les choses, je ferai un simple rappel historique.
En 2013, la réforme des rythmes scolaires voit le jour : V.Peillon annonce 4,5 jours d'école "pour le bien de vos enfants" (+ TAP et tout ce que cela implique).
Des parents, enseignants voient alors l'ineptie de cette réforme et refusent que l'Etat fasse des économies sur le dos de leurs enfants. Ils se lèvent, dans de nombreuses écoles, et pa…
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loreta

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This is like an avalanche. Or maybe a tsunami. And Macaron is showing his visage, as he is, a person who does not care at all for his country. A totally absence of character and personality, a puppet without life, made of plastic. A virus. People does not need this kind of virus. Enough is enough.

I hear some commentators saying that the only way to stop all this can be putting the army on the streets and also something very disturbing. They say: the army is not capable of firing on people. But it was said little that, like an affirmation-question.
 
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