December 04, 2018

PROOF: Far left looters rioted in Paris streets, not the “yellow vests”

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Following a day of protests in Paris, people took to the streets in the evening and burned down cars and motorcycles, torched buildings and looted shops. It is was a very sad state of affairs, and I was sad to see what looked like a war zone unfolding in front of me in Paris.

The narrative by the press about this, however, is wrong.

This wasn’t representative of what the Gilet Jaunes protests are about. The graffiti tagged on shops and buildings that were targeted during the protests suggested that those responsible were actually far left activists, calling themselves Antifa and Anarchists.

This is what the media won’t tell you, but I travelled the city following the riots and found the evidence.

Since this night, Macron has been forced to backtrack – but he hasn’t fully. In fact, he’s only suggesting that he should delay the taxes by six months. Former Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen wisely pointed out on Twitter that such a delay would simply take Macron past the May elections, and not really solve any of the problems that are affecting the French people.

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commented 2018-12-06 03:32:27 -0500
So this was not a unified protest after all?
commented 2018-12-05 10:20:26 -0500
Good reporting Jack. Watch your back.
commented 2018-12-05 01:54:02 -0500
Quite telling that working people tend not to loot , but lazy spoiled left wingers who despise work tend to loot.
commented 2018-12-04 19:56:28 -0500
Arlene May asked," Maybe we’re watching the new ‘French revolution’? "

I hope so Arlene, I would want all Europe and the UK to fight in the streets against the Globalists that are trying to take over.
If the people win, then Trudeau won’t be able to hand Canada over to Brussels, and he will have to stand trial.
commented 2018-12-04 16:43:22 -0500
When the institutions of the Republic, the independence of the nation, the integrity of its territory, or the fulfillment of its international commitments are under grave and immediate threat and when the proper functioning of the constitutional governmental authorities is interrupted, the President of the Republic shall take the measures demanded by these circumstances after official consultation with the Prime Minister, the presidents of the Assemblies, and the Constitutional Council. He shall inform the nation of these measures by a message. These measures must be prompted by a will to ensure within the shortest possible time that the constitutional governmental authorities have the means of fulfilling their duties. The Constitutional Council shall be consulted with regard to such measures. Parliament shall meet ipso jure. The National Assembly may not be dissolved during the exercise of emergency powers. After thirty days of exercise of the exceptional powers, the Constitutional Council can be referred to by the President of the National Assembly, the President of the Senate, sixty députés or sénateurs (members of each chamber), to determine if the conditions provided in the first paragraph are still met. The Council shall rule in the shortest time possible by a public ruling. The Council rules ipso jure and rules in the same conditions after sixty days of exercise of the exceptional powers and at any moment beyond this period.

Could Macron be more interested in martial law/emergency measures than climate change? Maybe we’re watching the new ‘French revolution’?
commented 2018-12-04 13:26:17 -0500
Jack, you and your other half are certainly keeping up our interest in this scrimmage.

Ask Le Pen for an interview, I havn’t heard a word about her reactions anywhere.