FREXIT! YELLOW vest protesters NOW BACKED BY SALVINI call for EU EXIT as Macron fails to control DEADLY Paris riots which spread throughout Europe!

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FREXIT! French protesters call for EU EXIT as Macron fails to control DEADLY Paris riots

YELLOW vest protesters in Paris have been calling for France to leave the European Union as President Emmanuel Macron struggles to control the deadly riots currently shutting down the capital.



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FREXIT? French protesters call for EU EXIT as Macron fails to control DEADLY Paris riots

The Dirts are acutely aware that even now they are hanging by a Thread.

Pre Brexit Budget impact.

Pre Italy Banks Crisis.

Pre Greek Solvency Crisis.

Pre Deutsche Bank Crisis.

Pre Election 2019.

If they are hanging by a Thread now, how many cuts can we add to their Thread in the next 9 months alone?

It's over Dirts- Victory is Ireland's :D

Everybody's laughin at ye picoms6








 

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Hats off to Arnaud Touati who describes perfectly the Populist Wave sweeping across the EU that is now arriving in France.

Arnaud Touati, co-founder of Paris-based law firm Alto Avocats, warned the damage done to France so far has been “devastating”.

Politically, this is an unprecedented disaster. France is facing a deep institutional crisis. The country is subject to mistrust, both towards the trade unions and the political parties, which no longer represent anything or anyone.

“The socialist party is ruined, the Republicans are divided, the extremes unable to represent more than their electoral base and the presidential movement enjoys a deleterious image of representing the rich against to the poor.

“When one feels that one is not represented by anything or anyone and that one cannot reform the system from within, one seeks to free oneself from the established order and create a new system with its own rules.”
 

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Jaysus this footage looks like it could have been taken in 1945 when the Russians troops were fighting their way into Berlin.
(Posted today but doesnt say if it was filmed today)

 

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Bit over hyped I think most sensible people would suggest.

Anyone with even a small smidgin of intelligence can see the ‘throw clouds of shite at it and hope some will stick’ approach.

Thankfully there are folk out there who don’t buy into that bolloxology.
 

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700 arrested in France protests

08 Dec 2018 15:03An estimated 31,000 people have joined "yellow vest" anti-government protests across France today, in which more than 700 protesters were detained.

Deputy interior minister Laurent Nunez said: "At the national level, including Paris, we're at more than 700 detained with participation in the movement at 31,000 nationwide including 8,000 in Paris.

"Protesters clashed with riot police, moving from the heavily guarded Champs Elysees area to other parts of the city, setting cars, garbage bins and wooden shutters on fire.

More than 30 people were injured.Authorities said some 8,000 people were demonstrating in Paris, where 600 people had been searched and briefly arrested.

More than 500 of them remained in custody after police found they carried potential weapons such as hammers, baseball bats and metal balls used in the French lawn game petanque.

Police fired tear gas, used water cannons and horses to charge at protesters, but there was less violence than last week, when rioters torched 112 cars and looted shops in the worst rioting in Paris since May 1968.

A police source told Reuters he feared that things would get out of hand after nightfall.

Large groups of people were heading to eastern Paris, where a march against climate change was under way.

Armed police vehicles were seen breaking up makeshift barricades in the upmarket shopping district around Boulevard Haussmann, where supermarkets were looted and several cars were set on fire.

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe appealed for restraint.

"We will do all we can so that today can be a day without violence, so that the dialogue that we started this week can continue in the best possible circumstances," he said on French television.

On Tuesday, Mr Philippe announced the government would suspend planned fuel tax increases for at least six months to help defuse weeks of protests, marking the first U-turn by Emmanuel Macron's government since he came to power 18 months ago.About 89,000 police have been deployed across France, some 8,000 of them in Paris.

"We have prepared a robust response," Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told online news site Brut.

He called on peaceful protesters not to get mixed up with "hooligans"."The troublemakers can only be effective when they disguise themselves as yellow vests.

Violence is never a good way to get what you want.

Now is the time for discussion," he said.

Protesters, using social media, have billed the weekend as "Act IV" in a dramatic challenge to Mr Macron and his policies.

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