Student riots typically (but I suppose not always) mean Leftists rampaging through the streets demanding things like social justice, more mass immigration, and other such nonsense.
But in today’s France, we could in theory be seeing the beginning of something entirely unique in the last few decades – a realization among many of the youth (we’re talking about the White ones here) that the current Judeo-Globalist New World Order spells nothing but a bleak, cold, and miserable future devoid of any kind of hope.
Around 200 French high schools were blocked or disrupted Thursday by students protesting a raft of education overhauls, on a fourth day of action called to coincide with anti-government demonstrations which have rocked the country in recent weeks.
Dozens of people wearing face masks threw Molotov cocktails, torched trash bins and clashed with police in several cities during violent protests ahead of a call for nationwide demonstrations on Friday.
“The situations are quite varied, with total or partial blockages, barricades to control access, burning pallets,” an education ministry official told AFP.
Although the students are demanding an end to testing overhauls and stricter university entrance requirements, they have seized on the momentum of the ongoing “yellow vest” protests against President Emmanuel Macron.
“We’re the ones who are going to eventually have to pay higher fuel prices,” said Ines, one of around 150 high school students demonstrating in the southern Paris suburb of Cachan.
The “yellow vest” protests began on November 17 in opposition to rising fuel taxes, but they have since ballooned into a broad challenge to Macron’s pro-business agenda and style of governing.
The government announced Wednesday it would cancel planned increases in fuel tax due to take effect in January in a bid to appease the mostly low-income protesters from small-town and rural France.
“With the yellow vests as a pretext, we’re seeing all sorts of individuals joining with people demonstrating in good faith, including students, and this is leading to serious violence,” Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer told BFM television.
At least two cars were burned outside a school in Mantes-la-Jolie northwest of the capital on Thursday, while a student was seriously injured by a rubber bullet fired by police in the central city of Orleans.
The main farmers’ union said Wednesday that its members would hold demonstrations every day next week.
Two truck driver unions have also called an indefinite sympathy strike from Sunday night, while blockades at fuel depots have caused shortages in Brittany, Normandy, and southeast regions of France.
Blood is in the water now, and in what might be quite a shock to the ruling classes, the Yellow Vests have refused to back down and accept the bribe offered by President Macron.
They’ve seen and tasted their power as a mass movement representing true Populism, and are now beginning to come to terms with the fact that France, the EU, and the White Western world as a whole faces problems far more dire than just a nasty tax on diesel.
With more Yellow Vests protests approaching this weekend Elysee Palace is worried about a possible coup attempt. Calls have been made to attack parliamentarians and police forces, French media report.
Even though the French government abandoned the fuel tax hike after sweeping protests, the movement still calls upon its followers to gather on December 8. “The Act IV” will be held under the motto “we stay on our course.” The Facebook event has already counted 6,000 people who wish to participate and 22,000 others who are “interested.”
On Thursday Eric Drouet one of the movement’s most famous leaders announced the Yellow Vests plans to approach the residence of Emmanuel Macron. “Saturday will be the final outcome, Saturday is the Elysee, we all would like to go to the Elysee,” he said.
The government is going to send the army into Paris if this weekend starts off interesting – they can’t risk possibly losing the capital.
But remember that soldiers are oftentimes a wild card when deployed against their own people.
Therefore, I recommend that folks like the below shut their lying Jewish mouths – unless they enjoy a Pandora’s Box scenario unleashed in full glory.
The intelligence services have reported to the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the president, that there have been “calls to kill” and “carry arms to attack” parliamentarians, government officials and police officers, Le Figaro newspaper said on Thursday.
“They are putschists. [There is] a coup attempt,” a source claimed. The ministry has even been reportedly instructed to forbid its staff and ministers from working this weekend.
Security forces were also tipped that Saturday’s demonstrations may be hit by unprecedented violence caused by both “radicalized…extreme right and extreme left,” Le Figaro added.
According to Jean Bricmont, a French writer and political commentator, the fiery protests have more to do with the “incompetent,” EU-dependent government policy than the rising gas prices. “The revolt is not just about the gas prices, it’s a general revolt against the policy of the government,” he told RT.
Only time will tell, but if we base things on the emotions running hot, and on the fact that the French are not exactly the kind to show restraint once worked into a frenzy, expect the coming weekend to be one that will be remembered for many long years to come.