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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



Paris Riots Again. For a third weekend.
This time left and right fighting together.
It's a sort of rolling revolution.
Smouldering away.
Awaiting a wind.
Wink

Good report by RT:




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France to consider state of emergency
to prevent riots after 'Yellow Vest' protest


By Alice Tidey • last updated: 02/12/2018

The French government is to consider imposing a state of emergency to prevent riots, government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux said on Sunday, following the arrest the day before of more than 400 people when a "Yellow Vest" protest turned violent.

"We have to think about the measures that can be taken so that these incidents don't happen again," Griveaux told Europe 1 radio on Sunday morning.

When asked whether a state of emergency could be imposed, Griveaux replied: "Every options will be examined."

Guerilla warfare

This comes after a dozen cars were set on fire, buildings were torched, tear gas was fired and water cannons were deployed in the French capital on Saturday in scenes reminiscent of guerilla warfare.

The heavy clashes started shortly before 09:00 CET on the Place de l'Etoile, at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe, when groups of people tried to force their way through a police checkpoint set up to prevent a planned "Yellow Vest" protest from turning violent, like it had the previous week.

The situation escalated quickly with some of the 1,500 protesters ripping cobblestones out of the paved road to throw at police officers.

Protesters, who chanted for Macron to resign, also sat down under the Arc — a significant symbol of the French Republic — to sing the national anthem.

Police wrestled control of the area shortly after lunchtime but groups of men then roamed central Paris, leaving wrecked cars and destruction behind them.





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French government fails in bid to
negotiate with 'yellow vest" protesters


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Attempts by the French government to negotiate with the "yellow vest" movement responsible for weeks of protests over taxes and the high cost of living turned into a fiasco Friday after just two representatives turned up for a meeting with the prime minister and one immediately walked out.

The failed talks came on the eve of a planned rally in Paris of thousands of demonstrators, one week after a violent protest left the Champs-Elysees in shambles.

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe had invited eight representatives of the protesters, known as "yellow vests" for their wearing of the high-visibility yellow jackets which every motorist is required to carry in his car, for the talks in a bid to take heat out of a revolt that has galvanised opposition to President Emmanuel Macron's liberal economic policies.

But only two turned up for the talks at the prime minister's office, with one walking out after being told he could not invite TV cameras in to broadcast the encounter live to the nation.

Asked later by reporters what his demands were, Jason Herbert said: "We want our dignity back and we want to be able to live from our work, which is absolutely not the case today."

Herbert said the two representatives who had turned up for the meeting had received "physical and verbal threats" from other protesters, some of whom are opposed in principle to having appointed leaders.

Emerging from an hour of talks with the second representative, Philippe said the pair had mainly discussed spending power and that his door "will always remain open" for further dialogue.

One of the difficulties faced by the government in seeking to talk to protesters is that the mainly-spontaneous grassroot movement, organised through social media, has steadfastly refused to align with any political party or trade union.

Macron has refused to back down on his anti-pollution taxes, part of his effort to green the economy.


Speaking on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina Friday, he said he understood "the legitimate anger, the impatience and the suffering of some people" and called for more time to organise consultations on how to transform France into a low-carbon economy without penalising the poor.

But he also warned that any measures announced "in the coming weeks and months" would "never be a retreat" on policy.

Two people have died and hundreds have been injured since protesters, mainly in rural and smalltown France, began blocking roads over soaring fuel prices which they blame on Macron's anti-pollution taxes.

The protests quickly snowballed into wider protests over economic hardship and the perceived elitism and urban bias of Macron's government.

On Friday, minister for overseas territories, Annick Girardin, who was on a peace mission of her own to quieten the protests in the Indian Ocean island of Reunion was forced to cut short a meeting with demonstrators after being booed by protesters shouting "Macron, resign!"

Macron's government has announced several measures to try end the unrest, which triggered near riots on the celebrated Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris last Saturday.

But the president's refusal to back down on a planned increase in anti-pollution taxes on fuel set to take effect in January has hardened the resolve of many protesters, including in Reunion, one of the poorest parts of France.

Demonstrators there have blocked roads across the island over the past two weeks, crippling the local economy.

On the mainland, the government is bracing for further possible rioting when demonstrators return to the Champs-Elysees on Saturday to press their demands, which include a moratorium on fuel tax increases, an increase in the minimum wage and a national housing insulation plan.

The government has said it will allow the Champs-Elysees protest, but the avenue will be closed to traffic and protesters searched by police before being allowed onto the avenue.

Meanwhile in neighbouring Belgium, anti-riot officers used water cannon Friday to disperse stone-throwing "yellow vest" protesters who burned two police vehicles in the centre of Brussels.

Around 300 people demonstrated near major European Union buildings with some protesters throwing objects including cobblestones and pool table balls, a police spokeswoman said.

After being dispersed by water cannon, protesters set fire to two police vans.



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When the 3% get too cocky, movements
like Les Gilets Jaunes will emerge. Hurrah


Date: December 2, 2018
Author: John Ward

There is no such thing as a seamless global élite. When two greedy élites stumble over each other’s knickers in a bid to pauperise the populace further, citizen action will occur. This is the real truth behind the success of les Gilets Jaunes.


For those of you unaware of the Gilets Jaunes, they are a group representing the French haulage business, lorry drivers fearful for their jobs, and a whole phalanx of other citizens who, for one reason or another, have caught on to the fact that President Emannuel Macron is a fraud, and more Antichrist than Centrist. The price of auto fuels in France rose 14% last year, and is set to rise 18% this year. For this reason alone, je suis un gilet jaune.

But there’s more to it than that.

Quite rapidly, they have become the national face of resistance to the growing power of the Alt State here. The banks having ensured that their man Macron got elected, it didn’t take long for the privatisations to start, and Macron to fall into line with EU migrancy “policy” – an acceptance of extra-EU immigration causing havoc across the continent. There are now some 30,000 illegal refugees occupying temporary camps in Paris’s St Denis alone, while the latest entry point – eastern and southern Spain – has seen a 40% rise in burglary and knife crime in Andalucia.

But Macronisation has ploughed ahead, with next year seeing the start of State powers to remove bank account deposits electronically “in order to improve the Trésor Public’s cash flow”.

And while Macron has abolished the Taxe D’Habitation, this was done to increase the control of Paris over local policies. The Mairie’s additional local tax on land (the foncière) has, in just three years on my property, gone from €418 to €1468. The sum disappeared from my bank account without warning two weeks ago….since when I have received a bill through the post asking for it again. The Macron régime is clearly learning from the UK’s crooked (and unaccountable) HMRC: this latter JCB for gold-digging now has a staggering £22 billion in dispute at Law where citizens claim fraud against the Treasury for demanding money with false support.

Meanwhile, what the Emperor MacroNapoleon giveth with the one hand, verily has He the divine right to take even more with the other. The slow boiling of the locustam marinam populi has been accelerated ever so carefully by a hidden hand on the gas. What one might call mobsters boiling lobsters. And in that context, the Gilets Jaunes (yellow vests) are a movement that has become the Resistance of the Hour.

We should therefore not be surprised that those around Macron have wasted no time, following a violent protest in Paris a week ago, trying to smear the Gilets with the political ordure of ‘Far Right’. This was news to the Republicans, who insisted they were Far Left. But now that the eternal opportunist Marine LePen has endorsed them, the smear is all the more effective.

I’ve experienced Gilets Jaunes actions four times now, and on no occasion have they struck me as political at all. The first time was when I exited the motorway north of Toulouse, and discovered my journey was (thanks to them) free of tolls. I signed their petition and spent ten minutes in good-humoured conversation with the group. They couldn’t have been nicer – and their point was clear: rising motorway tolls are just another hidden tax on the already struggling motorist.

Kate Hoey stated with clinical accuracy in 2016 that the fight for Brexit was “a battle between the People and the Establishment”. The Gilets Jaunes represent exactly the same trend towards what Brussels snearingly calls ‘populism’, and thinking critics call Citizen Democracy: right across Europe and the US, those subjected to disguised dictatorship are demanding the return of their civil right to say No. Here in France, a survey by the polling agency Elabe found that almost three-quarters of French voters approved of the protests, and that more than half of those who voted for Mr Macron support them. The scales, it seems, are falling from the eyes. And for the unelected everywhere, the signs are disturbing: the Gilet movement has spread to Italy and – would you believe? – Belgium.

We have a new round of EU elections coming up quite soon. Every last poll shows a massive swing towards this “populism” so disdainfully dismissed by Le Figaro, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Guardian and all the rest of the blind media donkeys. Meanwhile, those in the élites who wish to listen in on every conversation and column they regard as seditious are, as always, hearing without listening.

Last month, a large EU-sponsored study among 8,000 EU citizens showed that over 60% of those interviewed wanted more democracy in relation to strategic policy decisions. Like so many sulking infants, the Commission refuses to even discuss it – and the European Parliament shows zero interest in debating it.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

And all to force payment of interest to the usury satanists!

https://www.amazon.com/War-Cycles-Richard-Kelly-Hoskins/dp/1881867013

Can there now be any doubt what the proposed "European army" will be used for?
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I've confirmed from multiple sources that there is broad support
for the protests among French security forces.

When police start taking off their helmets, the elite know that they
are on the verge of a revolution. Macron is playing hardball in public
because he can't afford to look as weak as he truly is. It also gives
the elite a few days to figure an out. Conceding is the only out, but
softball will end the same way as hardball -just takes a little longer.

Caught between a rock and a hard place
-with Globalist Carbon Taxes as the igniter. Wink

Perfect.
Laughing


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As European cities burn, U-S Fake-media
is avoiding this story like the plague.


If you haven't noticed...Paris, and other major European cities are in flames, it might be a credit to great fake-news reporting by the usual faux media outlets in the United States.

For those lucky enough to get a glimpse of the unruly demonstrations and smuggled out reports (/s), you probably received the bulk of this information via the Web, or more likely Social Media.

The usual story tellers of tales...like CNN, Washington Posts, and that ilk, appear to be hard at work pumping out their usual Trump hate material, at fever pitch velocity, fearing readers and viewers in this Country might get a true picture, an actual account of why Europeans in general, and Parisians in particular are so pissed off.

These make-believe journalism sources are flippantly passing off the demonstrations across the pond, as a gas tax tantrum amongst working class French citizenry, or peasants, as Elitists might call them at one of their wine and croissant gatherings. Saying Paris is burning because of gas tax hikes is like saying Civil Rights riots of the 60's was because a black guy couldn't get a hamburger at Woolworth's lunch counter.

When in fact, the outrage is ALL about the increases in gasoline taxes and general living expenses brought on by the biggest world wide scheme in the history of mankind--the CARBON TAX SHAM, which President Trump rightfully told the rest of the world to 'shove it!'

Mocking his predecessor, Hussein Obama, then candidate Trump prophetically trumpeted his warning, not only to Americans, but to anyone sane enough to see through this bogus bust.

“I think one of the dumbest statements I’ve ever heard in politics, in the history of politics as I know it, which is pretty good, was Obama’s statement that our No 1 problem is global warming....one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen, or perhaps most naïve.”

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


THE DEATH OF NEOLIBERALISM IN PARIS


The French 'Deplorables' have risen to shout: Enough!
An elite politics of climate change just hit the reality
wall of ordinary lives already eked out in poverty.
Neoliberalism will pay the political price.
Video report by Fintan Dunne



Numbers are high and despite the scenes below,
violent incidents as yet only sporadic, isolated.



The vast majority of protesters today are scattered
across France's regions. The student protests are
significant. Here's a summary overnight:



13:18 PARIS TIME
Looks like the intensity of today is going to escalate.
Macron's move to only delay the new fuel taxes was taken
as an insult and there is a determined intent to oust him.

13:40 PARIS TIME
Significant numbers of arrests are the new tactic.
700+ arrested so far today -that's already double.

AND TWO MINUTES AGO: Wink



15:30 PARIS TIME
Numbers are holding up as by 1pm local time on Saturday,
31,000 gilets jaunes protesters had been recorded across France,
compared with 36,000 at the same time last weekend.

There isn't as much debris to form burning barricades this week
and the city center area was cleared in advance of cars to burn.
So the barricades are mostly human barriers with small fires.


RECORDED LIVESTREAM


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Spanish government is paying 60 million euros each day in interest payments.
God only knows how much the French government must be paying.
But it still needs ever more taxes, such as the one at issue now, to make those exponentially growing payments.
BTW, various scriptural references declare that we owe zero repayment to usurers.
Are not enough people getting wise to this game and becoming convinced that their countries should Just Say No to making further interest payments to the usurers?!

There is a solution, especially watch from 1:13:00, although this is about the FED the system is more or less the same in Europe. Private banks creating funny money from nothing and loaning it to governments at interest.



and from another chatroom, don't know if it is true but amazing it it is:

Some of the protesters in France are wearing Yellow Vests with a picture on the back of scissors penetrating the All-Seeing Eyeball of Horus that sits atop a pyramid, as seen on the US one dollar bill.
This is a message that says Down With Globalism, Down With the New World Order, Down With the Rothschilds, and Down With Macron, the Rothschild stooge.
The protests are not about gas prices.The French are tired of having their nation and its future stolen away from them by the globalist cabal.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interesting
timing...


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At least two people are dead and nine have been wounded following a shooting near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, home to the European Parliament, according to multiple reports.

The incident reportedly happened close to the world-famous market -
which attracts two million tourists a year - in bustling Place Kleber.

The shooter is said to have fled the scene according to AFP, while
police have asked people to stay at home amid the manhunt.

According to local newspaper DNA, the incident is assumed to be a
terrorist attack.

After the shooting, the city is now on total lockdown with police armed
with machine guns on the street and people taking cover in bars and
restaurants. Security officials have cordoned off the market area and
all trams have been stopped, according to reports from the scene.





Access to city center was blocked for pedestrians, cyclists and road traffic
about three blocks from the Kleber main square near the opera house.
Blue emergency-services lights could be seen several hundred meters
away at the other end of nearby Place Broglie.

The European Parliament in Strasbourg activated its emergency protocol
and was in lockdown with the orders "no one goes in, no one goes out."
The parliament was closed, with no one able to leave until further notice,
spokesman Jaume Duchsaid in a tweet.

“The shooting happened in front of us,” EU lawmaker Nikos Androulakis
said by phone from a cafeteria near the area. “As I was leaving the cafe,
I’ve heard shootings, police took us inside, and we are now in lockdown
with lights off. They told us the perpetrators are still at large. There are
families, small children in here,” Androulakis said.

As Reuters notes: "France remains on high alert after suffering a wave of
attacks commissioned or inspired by Islamic State militants in 2015 and
2016, which killed more than 200 people."

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Exclamation
Yeah, as I said above, it was interesting timing
for the Strasbourg terrorist attack.. and now:

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French ministers line up to appeal for calm after three die in Tuesday night’s attack

French government ministers have appealed for the nationwide gilets jaunes protests to stop in the wake of the Strasbourg attack.

After a gunman opened fire near a Christmas market in Strasbourg city centre on Tuesday night, killing three people and injuring several more, the justice and interior ministers suggested that the anti-government tax revolt should wind up its nationwide protests and street marches.

Despite the French president, Emmanuel Macron, this week promising to raise the minimum wage and drop taxes on pensions as well as scrapping the green fuel-tax that sparked the protests, many gilets jaunes had vowed to stage a fifth Paris street march this Saturday, insisting Macron had not done enough to address social inequality.

But the justice minister, Nicole Belloubet, told French radio the protests should stop, adding: “There has been a dramatic event in Strasbourg and also the president has responded [to the gilets jaunes].”

The interior minister, Christophe Castaner, said the “massive mobilisation” of security forces to deal with the Strasbourg attack and the gunman, who was still on the run, “also has an effect on our capacity to intervene on other sites”.

Olivier Dussopt, a junior minister for public finances, said it was time for the gilets jaunes to “sit down around the table for discussions” rather than demonstrate, while the education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, criticised what he called “vile” social media posts suggesting the government had exaggerated the Strasbourg attack in order to detract from the protest movement. Laurent Nuñez, a junior minister for the interior, said he was “outraged” by conspiracy theories about the attack.

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Strasbourg Christmas market gunman ‘neutralized’ in shootout with police
13 Dec, 2018 20:15
Around 9:00pm Thursday night, while brushing through the center of
Strasbourg with the helicopters buzzing above, three national police
officers spotted an “individual” matching the suspect's description
casually “strolling” the streets, roughly two kilometers away from
where he launched his attack
, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner
told reporters.

When the officers approached the man to question him, he turned around and started shooting.

Several photos immediately surfaced on social media, allegedly showing Chekat’s corpse. They depict a man with a gunshot wound to the head lying on the pavement with a vintage-looking gun next to him.


They had to shut down the op because it was so widely outed that it
became a standing joke which mainstream called "conspiracy theory".

The comments below are from the RT story on their website.
It's truly heartening most are so hardcore conspiracy aware.
People aren't buying the BS anymore.
they're wised up. Wink

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It's show time! Time to distract the slaves...ha ha ha ...poor Macron..desperation is setting in.
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ladybird111LeaderElaustraliano5h
Yep, the shooting (false flag) was not enough distraction from the yellow vests.
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Funny how ONE man can hide from an entire army with hundreds of CCTV cameras in the city..he must be some kind of X-man..
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peshkaLeaderItsCrazy4h
He was dead before the false flag terror attack that was carried out by the black ops troops that killed him...

he will now be buried in an unmarked grave as were the Hebdo shooters, in the same false flag mo
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Add to that the fact that he was "ficher S" or file S which meant he was under surveillance by the french police...

who now claim (no witnesses or evidence has been provided) that hey lost track of him, then he turned up with a gun an shot people, then he was in a fire fight with them and they lost him again...

don't expect an investigation into police incompetence, even although it is already self confessed
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Mol129Leader4h
Another false flag.
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J RamirezLeaderTurtleTortoise4hEdited
Its a NATO state, North Atlantic Terrorist Organization.
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Oveida SinclairLeaderMol1292h
Possibility you can right on that one Mol129, Macron is a parasite globalist, Rothschild bankster sock puppet, he doesn't care about the lives of the average French citizen, just his bankster overlords. He staring down another weekend country wide mass demonstration again this Saturday, I wouldn't put anything past these EU globalist animals. Look what happen in the US back on September 11, 2001, life is cheap to these animals.
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PlatonKLeaderMol1291h
Like Charlie Hebdo and the WTC Demolition.
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AwareAussieLeaderMol1291h
yes a flase flag AND they always make it so dramatic don't they? "a helicopter assisted police raid" it's like all the flashing lights they shove into gambler's eyes... it totally mesmerizes them! glad more and more of us are now immune to it.
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I hope the French DON'T FALL FOR THIS B.S
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They aren't Americans...#they'resmarterthansheep
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As Clint Eastwood's character once said in a movie (I am paraphrasing) : when you want to kill someone you don't tell him about your life.
I am not suggesting that the Gilets Jaunes are preparing to kill anyone, or to wreak havoc on their cities. I am just saying that sometimes it is better to just do it than telling everyone about what you are going to do.
You can then assert your character and the moral principles by which you live when you're "fighting".
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Souljah1984Influencer4h
How convenient: another dead shooter. Dead men tell no tales. I bet he would have a nice story to tell.
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pissedoffgreekLeaderSouljah19843h
Probably not. If he actually did the shooting at all. This type of person is not very bright, but they are very useful. And there are lots of them out there. A cheap and almost infinite resource.
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I ment all this scenarios end the same: shooter is killed at the end, nobody really saw him before or after, nobody even knows if he was really the shooter. Smoke and mirrors.
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RT Germany reports that the alleged shooter has been neutralised. Neutralized means "not available for interrogation anymore"
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And no trial to bring attention to the fact that they are slipping Isis soldiers in with refugees
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Macron wants everyone to be afarind the the boogey man...HIDE NOW !!!
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That's why they are called terrorists. Their job is to scare people. When people lose their fear they are harder to control.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2018 5:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

GOOD NEWS - Folks are finally getting the message! Eustace Mullins said years ago "The criminals (usurers) are afraid of us, they are not afraid of nuclear bombs, Russia, China, "terrorists", etc., they are afraid that we will figure out their game. And thank God if they are feeling desperate. Remember these are satanists who have never done an honest day's work, have never worked for a living, so they can not be all that clever in the final analysis.

I wonder how many of the yellow vests are aware that the problem is not really Macron, who is merely a stooge(as is LePen btw, listen carefully) for the usury bankers who demand their pound of flesh in the form of new taxes. There is absolutely no reason why a sovereign nation should be allowed to borrow money. Very obvious that the media story is being steered away from making people aware of this reality.The global usury bankers all work together be they FED, ECB, IMF, B of E. And they own the Intel agencies as well. Rather than "Globalism" it is more correctly "Global Usury" BTW, with all credit to the great RT posters , the perps are not "animals". Animals are innocent creatures. The perps are neither human nor animal, they are demons.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 4:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It seems from this video, that Parisien weekends are a theatrical device to divert attention and sully reputation.
The days of Cairo are long gone.

Best from 6m30secs


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I suppose it's also partly a variation on
the old dictum: "If it bleeds, it leads".

But yes the real heart and crippling effect of the Yellow Vests
is in the regions; outside fuel depots; etc..

Far from the cameras of the Champs. It's just
bloody hard to get good copy or video of it thanks.

Here's a good one though:


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