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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    There's no way Macron will ever be re-elected again, that much is certain, and Marine Le Pen is now more popular than Macron.
    If this goes on the Rothschild president will fall just as hard as the Rothschild king did. Well I hope that Marine Le Pen has a good plan in place to bank on that popularity. At the very least she should be ready for new elections if Macron is forced to step down and write out new presidential elections. Alto no idea if that would that would work under the French law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroeneWolf View Post
    If this goes on the Rothschild president will fall just as hard as the Rothschild king did.
    This is the course of a revolution I guess, which remains the same, no matter in which century it happens. I wonder if Marine Le Pen will be the winner. I doubt that she will gain power for she is already too worn out. Revolutions often give rise to new heros who suddenly ascend.
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    Nationalists Are Burning Federal Buildings and Degenerate Art Museums in France

    It’s been a busy day for news in France. To really understand what is happening right now, you have to understand the events that preceded it.

    So, predictably, Macron gave an order to post all the major amounts of the forces and material to Paris in response to the yellow vests continuing to hold the Champs-Elysées.

    The yellow vests did not decide to directly confront this massive force. They responded by first doing provocative measures in the provinces, not in Paris.

    This guy stormed into government proceedings, threw a yellow vest on the ground and told them next time they come they are taking over everything. This only was filmed in one location, but happened at hundreds all around France.

    So today they showed the regional administrators they were not fooling around.

    They laid siege to a prefecture in Haute-Loire. For those unaware, these are the seats of government. The American equivalent would be federal buildings. They demanded the préfet (a jew who runs regional control for ZOG) come out and submit himself to the will of the mob.

    You can faintly hear the crowd there chanting “on est chez nous” — a nationalist phrase meaning “this is our home.”

    When the préfet refused to submit to the will of the people, they lit the place on fire, with him still inside.

    The yellow vests have an 84% approval rating in the French public. The cops outside of CRS (France’s riot control squads) are 100% with the people. CRS has a long and documented history of being compromised by Communists since its very inception, as it was organized in the postwar environment to use kid gloves with commies and antifa and brutally quell any nationalist insurgency.

    But outside CRS, which has riot control as its main function, the French police are all nationalist sympathizers. They listen to the podcast at Démocratie Participative (the #2 dissident right site in the world, after Daily Stormer) and hate nonwhites because they have to deal with the blacks and Moslems that the Jewish interests have flooded their country with on a daily basis.

    And, like the above article said. The CRS is tired. They are tiring every day. If they tap out, that just leaves normal cops and potentially the military left to keep order if they are summoned to Paris, and they have all the guns and are ready to execute the plan.

    The inaction and partial participation of local authorities in the burning of that federal building with its head agent inside should tell you tell you all you need to know. They are legally obligated to defend that thing with force, and they either stood by grinning or put on a yellow vest and helped. And the federal cops, the CRS? They’ve all been summoned to Paris. There is nobody to defend the provinces now.

    And what pray tell is happening in Paris? With thousands of communist sympathizer CRS feds holding the Champs-Elysées, the remaining yellow vest forces not deployed to the provinces are splitting into small, tactical units and getting things done elsewhere in the area.



    For days the government and media have been trying to get the yellow vests spokesmen and leaders to “negotiate” with. This has been largely a failure, and for example, Benjamin Cauchy, the supposed neoliberal-turned-radical right “representative” of the yellow vests in Toulouse was evicted from the groups of protestors and took to the radio to decry the “lack of democracy that exists within the ‘yellow vest’ movement.”

    The Jewish controlled media have been going nuts for weeks because Hervé Ryssen, a fugitive from justice after being convicted for hate speech laws in relation to anti-Semitic statements, has been the single most visible face of the movement as he has been photographed multiple times fighting cops and agitating in public. They’ve been desperately trying to coopt this thing, and having failed to get “representatives” that they choose to control the mobs, they have just in time foolishly sent out their antifa and commie pets to the Champs-Elysées to get their skulls bashed in.

    So the yellow vests are wisely letting the antifa and communists now get beat up by the cops, and are wisely doing tactical operations only in Paris. First– they are doing solid PR to the military to reassure those in it that are not initiated whose side they are on. While the communists were defacing the Arc de Triomphe, the real yellow vests were protecting the flame of the unknown soldier from vandals.



    While this did not hit French media, it was heavily shared among the military. While at this point all the French equivalents of O-7s and 0-8s (Lieutenant Generals and Major Generals) are on the nationalist side, the rank and file can’t exactly be told what is going on and needs lots of PR like this to be reassured that ignoring the orders of the President and some of the O-10s (Senior Generals) will be the right thing to do.

    Second, they have guys compensating for their lack of control in numbers, given the tactical forces' withdrawal, by controlling the streets with the creation of roadblocks.

    Thirdly, they had crews sabotage critical supply line infrastructure, focusing on various forms of transit.

    The feds can’t show up in greater numbers if they’re stranded in cities because their connecting flights are shut down.

    Finally, what they chose to destroy is just as relevant as what they chose to protect and disrupt:

    For those uninitiated the introduction sentence to this facility will let you in on the secret: “The Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume is an arts centre for modern and postmodern photography and media.”

    You can only imagine what that implies in a country that houses Jewish child rapists like Roman Polansky as refugees. It’s basically an all you can eat cheese pizza buffet. Purely Satanic, a celebration of ritualized sexual abuse. Every decent man in France knows this.

    This, my friends, is a frog whistle.

    The real leaders behind the yellow vests, who will remain anonymous, are sending the message that they control the streets, the supply chains, keep the order, protect what is good, and destroy sources of social decay.

    This operation is being done with military precision, marketed to the military, with the obvious end goal of military coup.

    The nationalists are about to take France.

    I’ve avoided spelling this out too clearly in English for a while now as I’ve largely been in the know more than most, not wanting to jynx anything, but now that the federal buildings are burning with the feds inside, it is too late for anyone to stop. This is it. This is an unmistakable act of war. It is the people versus the Jewish interests and their servants – and the people are winning.

    Today the BBC was filming live and a passerby screams “Macron pute ŕ juif!” (Macron is the whore for the Jews) into a global broadcast. At 4:57:



    This is how the people on the street are talking. It is plainly racist, and the movement is entirely white.

    It’s all about to come to a head. Paris: officially not gay anymore.

    For the moment, 57 mobile forces are planned in Paris, more than 4,000 men, says Grégory Joron, national delegate of the unit SGP Police Unit CRS. This is as much as for the big demonstration after the Charlie Hebdo attacks .

    According to Grégory Joron, intelligence and surveillance cameras in the transport sector would make it possible to control those suspected of being thugs. Those who carry weapons, chisels, machetes, and who are often already known to the police, could be stopped before they arrive on the scene of the demonstrations, explains Grégory Joron. This prevention could “avoid confrontations that last seven hours like last Saturday,” he adds.

    Gregory Joron recalls that last weekend was very trying. The CRS are tired, he says, it’s been months since they got a break.
    Source: Russia Insider (originally Daily Stormer).

    Journalist warns Macron crisis could lead to right-wing takeover of Europe



    A French journalist from The Guardian has called on people to help France’s weakened and beleaguered President Emmanuel Macron instead of showing hatred or scorn over the “gilets jaunes [yellow vests]predicament”.

    Whilst she admits he’s made errors which have given life to the feeling that they were ‘the invisible’ being treated with contempt by Parisan elites, she predicts that this could give rise to “extremists” who are seeking “a political takeover of Europe in next May’s European Parliament elections”.

    She considers this the greater evil, not just for France but the entire continent. “Just as a weakened Merkel didn’t do much to help Macron in relaunching the European project, a weakened Macron will now provide new fodder for extremists and populists across the continent.

    If we don’t find solutions, the EU election in France risks becoming a referendum against Macron”, her article states, warning that anti-establishment and right-wing forces are waiting in the wings.

    A recent poll shows that 69 per cent are against using violence in the protests, however 72 per cent support the “yellow vest” movement which has taken place since 17 November in France, as well as, having spread to other EU countries.

    As well, whilst The Guardian’s Natalie Nougayrčde fears it means the ‘far-right’ will use this as some sort of power-grab, the ‘yellow vests’ have grown out of both left and right-wing groups.
    Source: Voice of Europe

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    “I asked Jonathan why he had to undertake something so dangerous. Couldn’t he just as well stay at home by the fire at Knights Farm and enjoy himself? But then Jonathan said there were things you have to do even if they are dangerous. “Why?” I asked. “Otherwise you aren’t a human being but just a piece of dirt.” - Astrid Lindgren, “The Brothers Lionheart”

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    The footage of French students being treated as P.O.W.s shocked the French nation yesterday.

    Paris riots: Children as young as 12 among 153 arrested at high school near French capital.

    Children as young as 12 were among 153 pupils arrested at a high school near Paris after new protests in support of the “Yellow Vests” movement.

    Dramatic footage shows how police in riot gear lined up youngsters on their knees with their hands tied behind them.

    The pupils, from the Lycée Saint-Exupéry in Mante-la-Jolie, 30 miles west of Paris, had allegedly threatened to burn down the school during a nationwide day of action that blockaded schools in protest at education reforms.

    It comes as French authorities are braced for the possibility of more riots and violence at anti-government protests this weekend.



    Prime minister Edouard Philippe said 89,000 police will be deployed across France, with armoured cars in Paris and the Eiffel Tower and Louvre shut.

    Police unions and city authorities met to strategise on how to handle the protests on Saturday, which are being held even though French President Emmanuel Macron earlier this week cancelled a fuel tax hike that had unleashed weeks of unrest.

    The Eiffel Tower, along with more than a dozen museums, two theatres and other cultural sites in Paris, will be closed Saturday for security reasons.

    The Paris Opera has cancelled planned performances Saturday on its two Parisian sites.

    Two music festivals in Paris have been postponed and the Arc de Triomphe remains closed since it was damaged in last weekend's protest, which left over 130 people injured.

    Paris police have also urged shops in the city's high-end Champs-Elysees area to close Saturday as a precaution.
    Source: Standard.

    Paris warns radicals are trying to exploit Yellow Vests & overthrow the government

    As France braces for a new wave of protests, a government spokesman warned that radicals are using the Yellow Vest movement to pursue their own goals and one of them is to topple the current leadership.



    Some 89,000 officers, armored vehicles belonging to military police and increased vigilance – that’s how the nation is getting ready for Act IV, the fourth Saturday of Yellow Vest rallies. This time the protesters say they are to “stay on their course,” despite the authorities agreeing to abandon the fuel tax hike.

    Recalling the violence of the previous rallies, government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux warned about provocateurs. “Radicalized elements try to exploit the movement. They want to overthrow the authorities,” he told Le Parisien newspaper on Thursday.

    Also firearms may “circulate” at the upcoming protests, Griveaux warned, saying that previous protests have already resulted in casualties. “True Yellow Vests can’t serve as human shields. Those who are in these demonstrations don’t allow police to proceed with the arrests,” he added, appealing to “everyone's responsibility.”

    Griveaux’s statement echoed earlier reports in the French media claiming that Saturday’s demonstrations may be hit by unprecedented violence caused by both “radicalized…extreme right and extreme left.”

    Sources insisted that there may be even a coup attempt at the Elysee Palace. One of the leaders of Yellow Vests added fuel to the fire by saying that they plan to approach the official residence of Emmanuel Macron. “Saturday is the Elysee, we would all like to go to the Elysee,” he said on Thursday.
    Source: Russia Today



    “I asked Jonathan why he had to undertake something so dangerous. Couldn’t he just as well stay at home by the fire at Knights Farm and enjoy himself? But then Jonathan said there were things you have to do even if they are dangerous. “Why?” I asked. “Otherwise you aren’t a human being but just a piece of dirt.” - Astrid Lindgren, “The Brothers Lionheart”

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    “I asked Jonathan why he had to undertake something so dangerous. Couldn’t he just as well stay at home by the fire at Knights Farm and enjoy himself? But then Jonathan said there were things you have to do even if they are dangerous. “Why?” I asked. “Otherwise you aren’t a human being but just a piece of dirt.” - Astrid Lindgren, “The Brothers Lionheart”

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    Man has hand BLOWN OFF in explosion as Yellow Vest rally descends into chaos


    Gruesome footage distributed by a pro-protest Facebook group appears to show a man cradling the mangled stump of his hand after an explosion at a Yellow Vest rally in Bordeaux. A total of 26 people were injured in the city.


    As Yellow Vest protests swept through France on Saturday, some 4,500 people flooded the streets of Bordeaux. The tension began building up around 16:00 when some of the protesters started throwing rocks at police who responded by firing flash-balls.

    As the situation gradually descended into chaos, a man was captured on video running towards a group of protesters holding his right hand after a particularly loud bang went off. As the man approaches, it appears that his hand is completely blown off, with only a bloody stump left. The footage was released by Facebook group France en colere (Angry France) that covered the latest mayhem. (WARNING: THE LINKED VIDEO IS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC)



    In another video, he is shown being rolled into an ambulance on a stretcher.


    The deputy public prosecutor in Bordeaux, Olivier Etienne, confirmed that one of the protesters had suffered a serious injury to his hand. His current condition is unknown. The French Sud Ouest daily reported that the man allegedly tried to recover a crowd-control grenade to throw it back at police when it exploded.

    During Saturday's tumult, protesters erected barricades, set them on fire and ransacked the offices of several banks, including Societe Generale and BNP, as well as an Apple Store. A post office has also reportedly been looted.

    Overall, some 125,000 protesters took to the French streets on Saturday to voice outrage with President Emmanuel Macron's government, high taxes, low wages and general pro-business reforms. Despite some 89,000 police having been deployed to Paris to stave off the violence, 135 people were injured, including 17 police officers. Nearly 1,000 people were arrested in the French capital.

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    Sounds like South Africa at this point. Import the third-world become the third-world, agents of chaos no matter where they go.
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    Interestingly, the demonstrations outside of Belgium and France are all non-violent (for now), all happen in the Germanic world and all are explicitly anti-immigration, like the one in the video above. I'm going to Brussels myself this weekend for a demonstration against the suicidal Marrakech Treaty - the U.N. migration pact - not a yellow vest event per se (although it could turn into one), but entirely related to the current atmosphere of insurrection.

    Are we gonna see a European spring?

    The Independent is getting worried too, and they should be:

    With France on the brink and Germany in limbo, Europe is in a dangerous place

    For all of Europe’s many crises – Italian debt, migration, troublesome eastern states, Brexit – it seemed until relatively recently that its political leadership was at least strong and stable, to borrow a phrase. As Angela Merkel’s 18-year reign in Germany drew towards a slightly anti-climactic finale, the emergence of the energetic, charismatic new president of France, Emmanuel Macron, seemed to promise at least another firm hand pointing the way. Now that Ms Merkel’s Christian Democrats have chosen the favourite to succeed her, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the French seem equally set on replacing Emmanuel Macron, though in a rather less orderly fashion. Suddenly, Europe is entering a new, more dangerous phase in its development, and with an increasingly weak sense of purpose.

    Mr Macron’s one-man political movement, En Marche! is ironically named indeed. The president can be forgiven for feeling a little bewildered as he sits, effectively besieged in the Elysee palace, caricatured by the increasingly militant Gilets Jaunes protesters as if he were some effete Bourbon.

    After all, despite his previous adamantine stance, he has caved in to their demands that increases in the duty on diesel and petrol be reversed; he has offered them talks, though with his prime minister Edouard Philippe rather than himself, a move that may presage a certain amount of scapegoating. Mr Macron’s reforms of the French economy have barely registered, and yet the reaction against him has been violent, extreme and seems to have developed an ugly momentum of its own.

    For the Gilets Jaunes are now mutating and dividing into peaceful and violent wings. Inflamed by propaganda and fake news stories about France becoming some sort of internationally designated dumping ground for millions of migrants, some sound as if they want nothing less than the resignation of the president himself – and will pursue all means to make it happen. Others simply want Mr Macron to lay off, and, somehow, rearrange France’s economic affairs so that working people can once again enjoy the rising standard of living they have come to expect. The shades of similar political movements in America and elsewhere in Europe are perfectly apparent. Indeed, in much more muted form, the same problems led to the collapse in support for Germany’s mainstream parties in recent national and regional elections.

    For a while, the contrast between a chaotic France and sobersided Germany is enticing. The reality is that both countries suffer from much the same economic and political malaise. Even in Germany, which has enjoyed remarkable export-led success, there is a section of the working class and certain regions that have not fully shared the rising tide of prosperity. In both countries, far-right parties have grown in strength and confidence to a degree that would have been unimaginable even a few years ago, virtually wiping out the socialists and social democrats as a political force. Much the same has happened in Sweden and elsewhere. The prospects for the elections to the European parliament next summer look especially grisly. The EU’s legislature – which has acquired important powers – may soon be transformed into a play pen for fascists, fruitcakes and fantasists, big time.

    And so the new leader of Germany and the embattled leader of France find themselves facing similar forces, albeit expressed and pursued by different means. Indeed it is hard to find a corner of Europe – Britain included – where vaguely normal politics is proceeding on anything like conventional lines, with Italy the outstanding example of real-world neofascism in power. Italy’s vaccine-sceptic so-called “government of change” has sacked the entire board of the country’s most important committee of experts, who advise the government on health policy. Europe is richer, freer, and more open than ever before – and yet it is witnessing the recrudescence of political evils not seen since our continent ended its last civil war in 1945. We live in dangerous times, and all the more so as we seem so short of strong and stable leaders.
    Source: Independent.

    While Macron’s Paris is on fire, Salvini’s Rome shines as he puts Italians first



    To celebrate six months in power Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini holds an ‘Italians first’ rally in Rome. Around the same time Paris was on fire as thousands of protesters want Macron to leave office.

    In his speech to 80,000 supporters, the Deputy Prime Minister and populist said in regards to the neighbouring “Yellow Vests” protests: “Those who sow poverty reap protests, those who sow false promises reap the response of those on the margins and the countryside”.

    His statement was met with cheers from the crowd of Italians who have seen his government keep promise after promise to the Italian people.

    The League leader promised to continue to put “Italians first”, which the coalition government has had a successful first six months achieving. Supporters in attendance waved flags which bore the “Italians first” slogan, according to Agence France-Presse.



    He told the crowd, in regards to the impending disciplinary proceedings from the European Commission over the proposed budget: ”We are afraid of nothing and nobody”.

    Salvini explained that the current coalition between Lega and M5S government would be for five years. At the end of his speech, the Interior Minister told the massive crowd that: “United we will win”.
    Source: Voiceofeurope.com.

    Also, an old French lady, a yellow vest, was shot in the face yesterday - with a rubber bullet, I suppose.
    “I asked Jonathan why he had to undertake something so dangerous. Couldn’t he just as well stay at home by the fire at Knights Farm and enjoy himself? But then Jonathan said there were things you have to do even if they are dangerous. “Why?” I asked. “Otherwise you aren’t a human being but just a piece of dirt.” - Astrid Lindgren, “The Brothers Lionheart”

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    Footage of Breton yellow vests beating up a cop after he himself had pushed a lady - one can always count on the Bretons when the going gets tough. Brittany is one of these rural areas in France where there's little prospect for the youth, the only jobs there are either in tourism or fishing. So young Bretons have to migrate to the center of a country that has never treated them kindly. Not surprised then to see Bretons popping up in these demonstrations all the time.

    In other news: three days ago there had been 4 dead and more than 600 wounded in France, up until that point. You should all watch some of the footage of the anti-riot cops - which is loyal to the government and which has historically been infiltrated by communists - beating up protesters. There's plenty of excessive violence and the authorities themselves often instigate it. Looks like that bloated fool Macron thinks he can quell the unrest with brute force.

    The assault rifle which was stolen from a cop during a yellow vest demonstration is also still missing.

    “I asked Jonathan why he had to undertake something so dangerous. Couldn’t he just as well stay at home by the fire at Knights Farm and enjoy himself? But then Jonathan said there were things you have to do even if they are dangerous. “Why?” I asked. “Otherwise you aren’t a human being but just a piece of dirt.” - Astrid Lindgren, “The Brothers Lionheart”

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