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alkarocky
#21 Posted : Friday, December 07, 2018 12:20:32 PM

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Friday, December 7, 2018

FRENCH POLICE WARN OF LOSS OF LIFE – Ahead of Anti-Macron Protests
by Damien Cowley December 7, 2018 123 Comments
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The head of a French police union has expressed fears that this weekend’s anti-government protests could see the deaths of both protestors and law enforcement on the streets of Paris.

Exhausted and over-stretched units struggling to maintain order will be compelled to defend themselves from rioters and looters, Yves Lefebvre told BFMTV earlier this week, raising the possibility of lives being lost if police are forced to act in ”a state of legitimate self defense.”
Calling on President Emmanuel Macron to take concrete measures to diffuse escalating tensions, the head of the Unité SGP Police union spoke of CRS (French riot police) commandants’ fears of losing men if the situation degrades further, and of the possibility of loss of life amongst protestors.


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#22 Posted : Friday, December 07, 2018 2:01:27 PM

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‘Like execution by firing squad’: VIDEO of French students’ arrest by armed police stirs OUTRAGE
Published time: 7 Dec, 2018 08:31
Edited time: 7 Dec, 2018 10:50
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Videos showing rows of French high school students on their knees, with hands on heads, some lined up against a wall with helmeted police officers armed with batons standing over them, have stirred waves of criticism online.
The footage captures the moment officers detained education reform protesters in Mantes-la-Jolie in north-central France on Thursday. The majority of them were teens from local high schools.

READ MORE: Army on the way to Paris? PHOTOS & VIDEOS of French armored vehicles on the move emerge online
Released by the Violences Policières (Police Violence) Twitter group on Thursday evening, the video gathered thousands of retweets and angry comments, a lot of them saying that it looked like the “execution [of children] by firing squad.”
The unarmed teens, most with backpacks, standing on their knees created a sharp contrast with armed-to-the-teeth officers. “For me what happens in the picture is intolerable, regardless of the context,” one person noted.
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High school, high tensions: French students protest education reform with Molotov cocktails (VIDEOS)

Outraged users accused the officers of “inhuman treatment.”“Next step the Guillotine?” another Twitter user wondered.
Following Thursday’s clashes, a total of 153 people, mostly students, were arrested in Mantes-la-Jolie, according to officials. The situation was tense near many other high schools across the whole country, with protesters throwing Molotov cocktails and glass bottles at officers. Police resorted to tear gas to disperse rioting teens.
As of Friday morning, some 700 high schools across the country were swept by protests and 400 of them were closed, the National Students’ Union said.
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#23 Posted : Saturday, December 08, 2018 2:30:07 AM

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The Truth About the 'Yellow Vest' Protests
Are we witnessing a European Spring? Watch the uncensored video st..



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#24 Posted : Saturday, December 08, 2018 5:45:40 PM

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Saturday, December 8, 2018

Breaking: Yellow Vest Protesters Attack EU Parliament Building in Brussels, Belgium (VIDEO)
by Jim Hoft December 8, 2018 237 Comments
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Hundreds of protesters were arrested today in Paris as thousands of “yellow vest” protesters took to the street for a fourth weekend of anti-tax protests.



According to the BBC confrontations took place after 8,000 demonstrators gathered in the city centre. More than 500 people have been taken into custody.


Meanwhile in Brussels, Belgium yellow vest protesters attacked the European Union headquarters!
Ouch!




Via Jack Posobiec.


The anti-tax protesters spread to Brussels and the EU headquarters.




The protesters also gathered outside the American Embassy in Brussels.

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mjfrog2010
#25 Posted : Saturday, December 08, 2018 9:19:04 PM

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THERE IS WHERE THAT 'SOCIALISM' LEADS PEOPLE TO!!! COUNTRIES CANT JUST KEEP 'TAKING' AND GIVING TO THOSE THAT DONT WORK,,,AND EXPECT THE PEOPLE OF THEIR COUNTRIES TO SAY, "ENOUGH"!! CLOSE TO 70% OF THEIR HARD EARNED MONEY IS BEING TAKEN BY THE GOVT. AND IN MY OPINION IT WAS THE 'MASS MIGRATION OF THE MUSLIMS' THAT CAUSED ALL OF THIS,,,SOCIALISM CANNOT ABSORB HUGE NUMBERS OF NONWORKING IMMIGRANTS. FRANCES LEADERS LAUGHED AND TRIED TO SMEAR TRUMP,,,GUESS WHOSE LAUGHING NOW!!Dancing
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#26 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 8:55:45 AM

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#27 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 1:15:48 PM

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GLOBALIST ARMY: Armored Vehicles with EU FLAG Storm Paris to Quash Protests (VIDEO)
by Jim Hoft December 9, 2018 197 Comments
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Hundreds of protesters were arrested Saturday in Paris as thousands of “yellow vest” protesters took to the street for a fourth weekend of anti-tax protests.

According to the BBC confrontations took place after 8,000 demonstrators gathered in the city centre. More than 500 1,000 people were taken into custody.
The French authorities sent in EU armored vehicles!

The Macron government sent in the EU armored vehicles to quash the anti-tax protesters!


This was a stunning development for the EU — a globalist army!




Here’s more video…


The vehicles were firing on the people

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alkarocky
#28 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 2:56:43 PM

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nice video in the lnik below, Sneaky

‘Leave our nation be’: French FM fires back at Trump’s tweet on Yellow Vest rallies
Published time: 9 Dec, 2018 12:43
Edited time: 9 Dec, 2018 14:47
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Riot police clash with protesters during a demonstration of Yellow Vest in Paris. © AFP

The French foreign minister demanded that Donald Trump doesn’t meddle into the country’s affairs. Earlier the US leader blamed the Paris climate change agreement for sparking anti-fuel tax protests that swept France.
Jean-Yves Le Drian said that "we do not take domestic American politics into account and we want that to be reciprocated."
"Leave our nation be," he insisted further.
READ MORE: 260+ injured & over 1.7k detained across France in latest Yellow Vest chaos (VIDEO)
The minister reacted to Trump’s recent tweet in which he blamed the climate change deal for essentially causing the Yellow Vest unrest, which has been going on for weeks now.
“The Paris Agreement isn’t working out so well for Paris. Protests and riots all over France,” President Trump tweeted.
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‘Paris agreement isn’t working out so well for Paris!’: Trump taunts Macron over Yellow Vests

The Yellow Vest movement – named after high-visibility clothing that drivers keep in their vehicles – has been gripping France for four consecutive weeks. This Saturday broke the record after over 1,700 people were detained and over 260 injured. The latest unrest, according to the country’s economy minister, was “a disaster” for France’s trade and economy and a true “crisis of the nation.”

As the world has been closely following the tense situation, so apparently has Donald Trump. Earlier this week he used the issue to hail his move to quit the Paris climate accord, saying he was “glad” that French President Emmanuel Macron and the Yellow Vests agreed it was doomed.
READ MORE: Kneeling protester: A new symbol of the Yellow Vests? (PHOTOS)
On another occasion he even hijacked the French protests for a rant about how “badly” the European Union treats the US. He went on to toot his own horn for falling oil prices.
“Thank you, President T,” he tweeted.
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#29 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 3:02:45 PM

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260+ injured & over 1.7k detained across France in latest Yellow Vest chaos (VIDEO)
Published time: 9 Dec, 2018 09:34
Edited time: 9 Dec, 2018 13:32
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The number of those detained in France’s nationwide Yellow Vest protests on Saturday, has reached a staggering 1,723. In Paris, the major hotspot of unrest, scores were injured as rallies continued even after sunset.
Film from Ruptly news agency in the capital shows police facing off with demonstrators, who vented their anger well into the late hours. The footage captured officers chasing down demonstrators and later handcuffing them.

Some of them were dragged down the road by law enforcement and placed face down while surrounded by officers. Several people wearing the now iconic yellow vests are also seen in the video with their faces covered in blood.

French CRS riot police apprehend a protester during a national day of protest by the "yellow vests" movement in Paris © Reuters
According to the latest figures provided by the Interior Ministry, 135 people were injured in Paris alone, while the number nationwide has risen to 264. Police also took a beating, with at least 17 officers receiving injuries in the mayhem.

Protesters wearing yellow vests walk past burning trash bins in Paris
READ MORE: Man has hand BLOWN OFF in explosion as Yellow Vest rally descends into chaos (DISTURBING VIDEO)
With the country plunging deeper into chaos, authorities made a record number of detentions during the December 8 rallies. Data provided by Interior Minister Christophe Castaner indicates that at least 1,723 were detained and over 1,200 of them were ordered into custody. The figures topped last Saturday’s mayhem, when over 400 arrests were made.




READ MORE: Kneeling protester: A new symbol of the Yellow Vests? (PHOTOS)
This Saturday was the fourth consecutive weekend of protests, with authorities calling in reinforcements to beef up security. That included sending armored vehicles of the country’s military police (Gendarmerie) to Paris. The hardware was deployed near the iconic Arc de Triomphe, the scene of previous clashes.
Speaking on the aftermath, Paris Deputy Mayor Emmanuel Gregoire confirmed that the latest violence caused “much more damage” to the capital, compared to the previous protests.

A woman puts wooden wall on a shop window in Paris, on December 9, 2018 a day after a "yellow vest" demonstration © AFP
The unrest, triggered by the controversial plans for fuel price and tax hikes, seems to be far from dying down. Earlier this week, the government said it has abandoned its plans, but people still took to the streets across France, demanding more concessions from the government, including lower taxes and cost of living, and even the resignation of Emmanuel Macron.
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alkarocky
#30 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 3:40:31 PM

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A "Gilet Jaune" picks up a GLI-F4 grenade, exploding in his hand (Bordeaux, France)
A family man with no criminal record was seriously injured in the hand after trying to return a GLI-F4 grenade before it exploded. As a result, it explodes in his hand.
France is one of the only countries in Europe to use grenades to disperse during demonstrations.

More than a thousand people were arrested on French territory on Saturday 8 December, and several hundred demonstrators were wounded.
There are currently no reports of deaths.


this ones bloody, adult content. you have been warned,


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alkarocky
#31 Posted : Sunday, December 09, 2018 8:23:32 PM

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#32 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 3:03:03 PM

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Macron promises `all means' to restore calm after Paris riots, pledges to speed up tax relief

By Travis Fedschun | Fox News

Pressure mounts on French President Macron
Tens of thousands of protestors riot in the streets of France for the fourth weekend in a row.
French President Emanuel Macron, his political career in peril and his country engulfed in increasingly violent protests, pleaded with the country's employers Monday to give their workers a bonus and also promised reduction of taxes to restore order after demonstrations have deeply shaken the nation in the past month.
In a pre-taped address broadcast, Marcon criticized "inadmissible violence" of the protests, while promising with "all means" to restore calm.


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"When violence is unleashed, freedom stops," he said.
The French president promised to speed up tax relief while urging companies to give bonuses to struggling workers by the end of the year.
"I would ask all employers who can, pay an end-of-year bonus to their employees," he said.
Among his pledges made Monday were reiterating promises to raise the minimum wage and abolishing taxes on overtime pay starting Jan. 1, several months ahead of schedule. He also said that a tax hike that pensioners faced would also be scrapped.
All of the measures offered had been demanded by the yellow-vested protesters who have led four weeks of increasingly violent demonstrations against Macron's presidency, seen as favoring the rich.
Macron acknowledged "anger and indignation“ among members of the public over the cost of living, but added that "no indulgence" would be given to people behind the protest violence.
The president added that "no anger justifies" attacking police or looting stores, saying both threaten France's cherished liberty. He spent Monday meeting with local and national political leaders, unions and business leaders to hear their concerns after four weeks of protests that started in struggling provinces and spread to rioting in the capital.
His speech to the nation came after Paris' chief prosecutor revealed Sunday nearly 1,000 people were being held in custody after weekend protests in the capital city again turned violent.

Crowds of yellow-vested protesters angry at President Emmanuel Macron and France's high taxes tried to converge on the presidential palace Saturday, some scuffling with police firing tear gas, amid exceptional security measures aimed at preventing a repeat of last week's rioting (AP Photo/Rafael Yaghobzade)
The radicalizing protest movement was initially triggered by a proposed fuel tax hike and other economic policies amid high living costs in France, and the feeling that Macron is favoring the rich. But as the demonstrations continued, its participants have become more of an amorphous group with disparate demands. They are all united, however, by their disdain for Macron's government.

Riot police officer stand in front a burning trash bin during clashes, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 in Marseille, southern France. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
The protests, particularly in Paris, have turned destructive and violent, causing more than 8,000 police to be deployed as some 10,000 demonstrators took to the streets.
TRUMP TAUNTS MACRON AFTER THOUSANDS OF PROTESTERS VIOLENTLY CLASH WITH POLICE IN PARIS; ALMOST 1,000 ARRESTED
Popular tourist sites such as the Champs Elysee and the Arc de Triomphe have been major locations of unrest, with protesters setting vehicles ablaze and police deploying tear gas and stun grenades. There has also been damage in other cities, notably Marseille, Toulouse and Bordeaux.
Finance minister Bruno Le Maire said the weeks of unrest have been an "economic catastrophe" for France, according to Sky News.

Demonstrators run away to avoid tear gas during clashes Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 in Paris. (AP Photo/Rafael Yaghobzadeh)
Last week, Macron withdrew a fuel tax hike — the issue that kicked off protests in mid-November — in an effort to appease the protesters, but the move was seen as too little, too late.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: RIOTS IN PARIS STREETS AHEAD OF MACRON ADDRESS
For many protesters, Macron himself, widely seen as disconnected from rank-and-file French, has become the problem. Calls for him to resign were rampant Saturday, the fourth weekend of large-scale protests.

Police officers face demonstrators in Lyon, central France, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. The grassroots movement began as resistance against a rise in taxes for diesel and gasoline, but quickly expanded to encompass frustration at stagnant incomes and the growing cost of living. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)
"Macron is there for the rich, not for all the French," 68-year-old retiree Jean-Pierre Meunuer told the Associated Press on Saturday. Critics say Macron's push to swiftly modernize the French economy have punished retirees, among other groups.
PARIS CLEANS UP AFTER RIOTS AS PRESSURE BUILDS ON MACRON
Thierry Paul Valette, who helps coordinate yellow vest protesters who come to Paris told The Associated Press that people want change and "concrete, immediate, right now" measures.
Before Macron's speech, Valette said that if the French leader withdrew his signature slashing of the wealth tax, "half of the yellow vests will go home, the other half will want him to resign and will stay in the streets," he predicted. "Because the movement isn't controllable."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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alkarocky
#33 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 4:33:23 PM

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Warzone in Paris, yellow vests against french police
Paris is a warzone

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#34 Posted : Monday, December 10, 2018 8:33:56 PM

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MACRON IN FRANCE AND 'MAY' IN ENGLAND ARE BOTH IN HUGE POLITICAL TROUBLE!!! THE PEOPLE HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF THEIR 'SOCIALIST AGENDAS'!!! WHEN THE WORKERS CANT SURVIVE ON THEIR EARNINGS AND THE MAJORITY ARE ON AID,,COMING FROM THEIR CHECKS,,,THE RESULTS ARE ALWAYS THE SAME,,,THE PEOPLE RISE UP AND GET RID OF THEIR 'SPENDING ELITE SOCIALISTS'!!! EUROPEAN UNION IS ON ITS LAST LEGS,,NO LONGER WANTED !!
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#35 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2018 5:31:48 PM

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

TERROR IN FRANCE: At Least 2 Dead, 11 Injured in Shooting at Christmas Market – Manhunt For Gunman
by Cristina Laila December 11, 2018 7 Comments
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Two people are dead and up to 11 more are injured, including in critical condition after a gunman opened fire on a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France.
French police said the Strasbourg shooting suspect is known to authorities, and on a terrorist watch list; suspect remains at large; everyone in the Neudorf area warned to stay indoors.

French prosecutors have opened a terror case into the shooting.
According to an eyewitness, there were gunshots and people were running everywhere for at least 10 minutes.


Reuters reported:
A lone gunman shot dead at least two people and wounded 11 others near a Christmas market in the city of Strasbourg on Tuesday evening before fleeing, police said.
The motive was not immediately clear but, with France still on high alert after a wave of attacks commissioned or inspired by Islamic State militants since early 2015, the counter-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation.
Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said the gunman was known to security services, and the local prefecture said he had previously been identified as a danger to security.
People in the city’s Neudorf area and Etoile park were told to stay where they were as officers hunted the shooter on the ground and from the air.
The European Parliament, which is sitting in Strasbourg this week, was put into lockdown.

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#36 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2018 7:13:15 PM

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THIS IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHY YOU DONT BRING IN MIGRANTS WITHOUT BACKGROUND CHECKS!!!DONT LET THE CARAVAN BECOME OUR NEWEST 'DRUG TERRORISTS'!!
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#37 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2018 10:19:38 PM

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Fatal Shooting Near Christmas Market in France Now Considered Islamic Terrorist Attack; Terrorist From Muslim Neighborhood Known as a ‘No-Go Zone'


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BREAKING: Fatal Shooting Near Christmas Market in Strasbourg Now Considered Terror Attack
By Patrick Poole December 11, 2018
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Strasbourg, the home of the European Parliament, is on lockdown and streets around the city center are blocked off as police hunt for a shooter who opened fire near the city's famed Christmas market, which began in 1570 and is the oldest known Christmas market in Europe.
French press are reporting four dead and eleven injured in the shooting.





Multiple news agencies are reporting that the shooting is now being considered a terrorist attack by French prosecutors.





French media is reporting that the shooter, identified as 29-year-old Cherif Chekkat, a French national of Moroccan descent, remains at large.





A statement by local French police says the shooter is from the notorious Neuhof neighborhood, a hub of Islamist radicalization and a known "no-go" zone.
It also states that he was categorized on their terror watch list as "fiche-S," meaning known to be a radicalized militant.





Media reports indicate that the suspect avoided police that were serving an arrest warrant on him this morning, and that grenades were found at his home.
The French Interior Ministry has directed residents to remain inside their homes and to not travel outdoors while the gunman is sought.





The following video shows people fleeing the area and what appears to be one of the shooting victims:





Since the terror attack on the Christmas market in Berlin two years ago that killed twelve people and injured another 56, European authorities have heightened security at Christmas markets and related events across the continent as I've reported here at PJ Media.


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#38 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2018 10:24:00 PM

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THE MUSLIMS HERE ARE STILL GOING BY SHARIA LAW,,,MUTILATING THEIR GIRLS AND WOMEN,,,AND KILLING THEIR OWN IF THEY DARE TO BECOME AMERICANIZED. THAT SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED IN AMERICA!!! WE HAVE OUR OWN 'NO GO ZONES',,,BUT THEY ARE JUST NOT REPORTED NOR TALKED ABOUT!
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#39 Posted : Wednesday, December 12, 2018 10:22:18 AM

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Live updates: Strasbourg shooting, May under pressure from Tory MPs
Good morning, Europe. Here are the stories we're watching this morning:

Strasbourg shooting: At least three people have been killed and 12 injured, six seriously, after a gunman opened fire in central Strasbourg on Tuesday evening, French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said. The minister also announced that the country's "Vigipirate" security threat level would be raised.

May faces mounting pressure: An attempt to oust British Prime Minister Theresa May looked to be gathering momentum on Tuesday, a day after her decision to delay a vote in parliament on her Brexit deal for fear of a rout angered many in her Conservative Party.

Gilets jaunes: Opinions are divided whether the concessions made by French President Emmanuel Macron will calm the wave of angry riots carried out by the Yellow Vest movement. On Monday Macron announced an extra €100 a month for minimum wage earners and tax cuts for pensioners, on top of a climbdown over the fuel tax which prompted the mass demonstrations four weeks ago.

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#40 Posted : Wednesday, December 12, 2018 6:15:18 PM

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'MAY' SQUEAKED THROUGH,,BUT SAYS SHE WILL NOW TRY FOR A BETTER EU DEAL WHICH SHE HAD PREVIOUSLY SAID WAS NOT POSSIBLE. AND MACRON IS IN EVEN GREATER DANGER OF BEING 'PUT OUT' THAN SHE WAS!! THAT IS MY OPINION,,SO WE WILL WAIT AND SEE.
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