Xavier Bertrand, an establishment conservative and one of France’s contenders for next year’s presidential elections, has warned that the country faces a real risk of civil war due to out-of-control gang violence in urban areas.
In 1979, the British far-right anti-immigrant party National Front was poised to make massive gains in the general election. Tory Party contender Margaret Thatcher, disregarding the fact that more migrants had poured into the UK under Conservative party office than Labour made an anti-immigration speech that anti-migrant Enoch Powell would have applauded. Consequently, the Tory swept in – and so did millions of migrants.
Pas de regrets (No regret)’: The Frenchman who did jail time for slapping President Macron says he received hundreds of wonderful letters of support. A man who spent several months behind bars for slapping French President Emmanuel Macron this summer has said he has received many letters in support of his gutsy political action.
The English, assisted by the Germans, beat off Napoleon Bonaparte thus retaining the country’s parasite Royal family rather than giving them the chop. Now the Frenchie want the Brits to accept karma vis-à-vis Afghan refugees. This, despite the fact that French troops were humiliated in the Afghan rout and retreat as much as were the British.
France has gone authoritarian in ham-fisted fashion. The regime’s attempt to control the movement of its citizens failed twice in a week when the platform that generates government QR codes was overwhelmed. The result, predictably, was chaos.
France’s Ministry of the Interior found that one Covid vaccination or screening centre has been vandalized per day on average since mid-July, with around 20 such sites across the country attacked, local media reported on Tuesday.
French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin has gone to the department of Vendée, where the murder occurred. With breath-taking chutzpah French police looking media in the eye are not considering the assassination to be a terrorist attack at this stage.
Thousands protest across France over Macron’s Covid-19 health pass and mandatory vaccination. (WATCH LIVE)
Don’t expect to see the massive demonstrations against government repression on television and radio channels on Saturday, August 7.
Typically, hundreds of thousands of people have flooded the streets of French cities, protesting against the implementation of a mandatory Covid-19 health pass for the general public, as well as compulsory vaccination for certain categories of people.
Two French unions have called for strikes against the compulsory vaccination of firefighters, healthcare workers, and caregivers. They say the measure violates fundamental rights.
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.