Anti-Repression demonstrators have flooded the streets of cities and towns across France for the third straight week as citizens continue to resist the government’s plan to require a health pass to engage in ordinary activities.
The great French artistes, actors, chanteuse like Mireille Matthieu, the iconic Brigitte Bardot, and international actor and heartthrob have put at risk their careers by openly promoting their patriotic anti-migrant stance. Alain Delon has always supported Le Pen’s National Front especially when it was created by Marine le Pen’s war hero father.
Tens of thousands of people took their demands for an end to tyranny onto the streets of French cities for the umpteenth time to protest against health passes and mandatory vaccination for medics. In Paris, rallies ended up in scuffles with police. Law enforcement officers in the French […]
EMMANUEL MACRON has been forced into a humiliating U-turn after mass protests sparked over the introduction of the controversial ‘health pass’ on Saturday.
Covid-19: 18,000 anti-health pass protesters took to the streets and overwhelm local government buildings throughout France. Tens or maybe hundreds of thousands of French citizens, many singing the battle song La Marseillaise demonstrated in twenty cities against the extension of the health pass announced by globalist President Emmanuel Macron last Monday.
Since the government forced ban on the Génération Identitaire (Generation Identity) movement in March, the French regime has been increasing the number of legal proceedings against its youthful activists. The state’s targeting of these campaigners raises fears that anyone campaigning against mass immigration policies and illegal immigration, even by peaceful means, could face increasingly repressive legal intimidation, effectively forbidding criticism and political protest on a topic many Europeans and the French are increasingly concerned with.
ANTI-GLOBALIST Marine Le Pen could be handed a major boost in her chances to become France’s next president if her National Rally can win an upcoming regional election.
France is to elect a new president in a year. Because the nation’s political situation is extremely dynamic, opinion polls are being followed more closely than ever before. While it is too early to know whether French President Emmanuel Macron will defend his position, the intermediate picture is also interesting. The survey results are a good indication of how much France has changed in the 21st century.
Trivial incidents of wars are often more important than the unfolding chain of events. For example:
“This raid on the night of May 11 1940, although in itself trivial, was an epoch-marking event since it was the first deliberate breach of the fundamental rule of civilised warfare that hostilities must only be waged against the enemy combatant forces.”
French police have staged a demonstration outside the National Assembly to call on President Emmanuel Macron’s government to protect them against violence and bring tougher punishment for those who attack law enforcement officers.