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Revolution in the Making: France and Beyond #YellowJackets

Discussion in 'The Case For...' started by enjoypolo, Dec 10, 2018.

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    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/472232-hariri-resignation-us-relations-lebanon/

    Much respect to the Lebanese People, who have been taking the streets to protest corruption of their politicians for the past month, even in the face of Military deployment in the streets.
    In fact, the Lebanese prime minister, Saad Hariri offered his resignation after a tentative deal to appease the masses failed, the latter demanding nothing short of the government's resignation. This sets an incredible precedent of the people getting their powers in place, hopefully, one that other countries will follow suit.

    It's also very inspiring, since many (most) Lebanese also speak French, it's like seeing two totally different perspectives.

    The climate of insurrection is just starting.
    Also, if anyone's planning on travelling to France in December, be warned, as the General Strike (Greve Generale) will be happening on December 5th, will likely to paralyse all transports and other sectors, including most likely airports.
     
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    Goose bumps as Juan Branco takes the stage at an uber-elitist conference, to drop some red-pills to the audience. Bravo!
    By the way, sitting next to guy who was Trump's policy advisor, and who's now selling the public a Chinese NWO agenda, and coming out candidly and coherently like he did, that's ballsy.
     
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    https://www.thelocal.fr/20191202/why-are-french-firefighters-setting-up-camp-in-a-paris-square

    This week is reported to be a symbolic time in France, with the General Strike across many sectors, to protest against proposed pension reforms starting Dec 5, incl. firefighters, law enforcement, doctors and nurses in the public sector, teachers, and their respective unions. A real convergence that is likely to bring a lot of confrontation with tear gases.

    Bolivian President Evo Morales who was deposed by a violent US-led coup in the past weeks, here talking with his Ecuadorian counter-part. Unfortunately, no english subtitles yet (or in french). They basically discuss the reasons for Morales' resignation and how he has escaped an assassination attempt surviving a helicopter crash; the lithium reserves at play, and Correa suggesting they should create an independent comission for investigating the conflict. Ironically Correa suggests people from Carter Centre, the Vatican and whatnots to do so.


     
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    https://francais.rt.com/france/6871...cembre-premiere-ligne-pompiers-reculer-police

    France, yesterday with over a million people all over the country. The biggest march against a reform since '95.
    The violence against people also keeps on increasing. You can really tell, as the trauma keeps on growing, so does the repression.

    the link above shows a regimen of firefighters on strike on the frontlines pushing back the police. Quite a symbolic move!
     
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