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Friday, December 14, 2018

The Yellow Vest protest continues

So not meeting the fake demands of the fake protest leaders didn't resolve the situation?
Anticipating a fifth straight weekend of violent protests, Paris' police chief said Friday that armored vehicles and thousands of officers will be deployed again in the French capital this weekend.

Michel Delpuech told RTL radio that security services intend to deploy the same numbers and strength as last weekend, with about 8,000 officers and 14 armored vehicles again in Paris. Delpuech said the biggest difference will be the deployment of more groups of patrol officers to catch vandals, who last weekend roamed streets around the Champs Elysees, causing damage and looting. Police arrested more than 1,000 people in Paris last weekend and 135 people were injured, including 17 police officers

A sixth "yellow vest" protester was killed this week, hit by a truck at a protest roadblock. Despite calls from authorities urging protesters — who wear the fluorescent safety vests that France requires drivers to keep in their cars — to stop the protests, the movement rocking the country has showed no signs of abating.
It will be informative to see who cracks first, the globalist government or the nationalist protesters. It's pretty clear that the latter aren't inclined to follow their government-appointed leadership.
French Interior minister Christophe Castaner urged protesters to express themselves peacefully in the wake of a two-day manhunt for a man suspected of killing three people in the eastern city of Strasbourg that mobilized hundreds of police.
I tend to doubt that a series of murders by a second-generation immigrant is going to reduce the intensity of the nationalist protests.

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49 Comments:

Blogger Jackson Peds December 14, 2018 11:30 AM  

Too bad the French or any Western Europeans don't have guns...

Blogger Crew December 14, 2018 11:31 AM  

Looks like a simple one-man false-flag with only a few deaths is not enough.

I guess they are going to have to go for the Spanish Inquisition.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother December 14, 2018 11:35 AM  

Europe is drowning in guns. It just looks different than the US.

Blogger tz December 14, 2018 11:40 AM  

The populace hasn't been replaced yet.

The globalists are probably worse at actually using force, at least not properly - they can't get Afghanistan pacified.

This is 4GW, and the sheep aren't playing by the rules. The Yellow Vests are going around the Maginot Line, and ignoring the fake love-bombing of the fake promises Macron is making (and the EU won't allow to continue).

There may be a #Frexit (defacto) before #Brexit.

#TheParisDiscords - the environment has changed.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother December 14, 2018 11:41 AM  

The zeitgeist is picking up steam. Can't be stopped. Flashpoint: New Jersey.

Blogger Longtime Lurker December 14, 2018 11:55 AM  

8,000 troops and 14 armored vehicles to be deployed in Paris for the second consecutive week! Hmmm. The presence of said troops and vehicles didn't scare anybody away from protesting last week. Why should this weekend be any different?

Blogger FUBARwest December 14, 2018 11:59 AM  

"Why should this weekend be any different?"

Theres now a list! A lost with demands that can be answered! That will abate the protests, they have been heard and the issues they have raised are in the process of being sorted out!

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 14, 2018 12:08 PM  

Second generation immigrant sounds like good effective rhetoric to me, but I'll bet a good croisant that the suspect identifies as a nationalist, such as Algerian.

Blogger kudzu bob December 14, 2018 12:11 PM  

@Jackson Peds

A bunch of unarmed Frenchmen are proving to be far more of a threat to the elites than America's gun owners ever have been. The latter are all talk, alas.

Blogger Pierre Truc December 14, 2018 12:16 PM  

Last weekend was pretty brutal.

We're the only country in Europe where the use of these "instant tear gas grenades" is authorized. They're "instant" because they contain an explosive charge (25 grams TNT) which deafens the targets while spraying tear gas everywhere.

These are shot from a grenade launcher, so cops are really not supposed to aim for the head, but they do. One girl lost an eye, another dude caught a grenade in the mouth and it exploded, another hand blown off, etcetera.

I don't think anyone who saw this happen is going to cuck easily.

Additionally, it leaked out that the armoured verhicles (those with the cute little european flags) were secretly equipped with heavy-duty incapacitant cannons shooting either highly concentrated incapacitating liquid or powder (according to sources) which is supposed to screw you up even if you're wearing a gas mask. These were not used... but it's a sure thing some higher ups are clenching their asses very hard.


Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 14, 2018 12:21 PM  

I don't suppose the French Freedom Fighters will start using caltrops against those wagons of tyranny.

Blogger Cederq December 14, 2018 12:28 PM  

I went out to homo depot and bought my yellow safety vest...

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother December 14, 2018 12:33 PM  

TETSUBISHI FTW

Blogger Dave December 14, 2018 12:47 PM  

A sixth "yellow vest" protester was killed this week, hit by a truck at a protest roadblock.

Dayum, wearing a hi-viz vest and still hit by a truck and killed.

Blogger DonReynolds December 14, 2018 12:50 PM  

Neither the government nor the Yellow Jackets want this to get ugly, so there is almost zero chance of either side deliberately starting a civil war in France. The longer the protests continue, the more likely there may be a covert or even accidental event. Neither side completely controls everyone, not even everyone supposedly on their side. It is not hard to imagine the situation running off the rails. A low-ranking police officer or an ex-convict or even a foreign ethnic can take it on themselves to cause or make an incident.

Even before the liberation of Paris in 1944, there was a serious problem of somebody taking pot shots at the German military occupation personnel, and tossing Molotov cocktails or granades, from the windows and alleyways in Paris. The city is full of windows and alleyways, and people on bicycles, so in spite of some very harsh measures by the Germans, the attacks continued.

In the present circumstances, there are too many protesters and too many of them are motivated by divergent interests. They are not all French Nationalists. There are also anarchists, and communists, antifa, and foreign and domestic ethnic minorities, none of whom would mind a bit of chaos and government overreaction. No need to mention foreign intelligence services from all over the world, who no doubt see the protests as an opportunity to implement their own covert plan, for one purpose or another. Anything can happen and it probably will but it will be difficult to know the truth or even if it occurred. Yes, the news is censored, and not just by the government.

Blogger Gen. Kong December 14, 2018 12:51 PM  

Best protest of all is to stop going to work and stop paying all taxes. How long would the badge-gang goondas would be willing to beat up folks in wheelchairs and fire grenade-launchers at civilian heads if their precious pensions all blew away like a bankstein's fart when then cash cows stopped giving the milk and the actual rulers of the farce regime got on their private jets to Tel-Aviv? A week or two??

Blogger Gen. Kong December 14, 2018 12:55 PM  

Dayum, wearing a hi-viz vest and still hit by a truck and killed.

No doubt a truck of peace. Not quite as good as a tank of peace but still effective.

Blogger Iron Spartan December 14, 2018 12:56 PM  

The leftist scum did its job of getting the police back to the side of the government instead of standing with the people.

Now the question is going to be "will be police be dumb enough to use lethal force on protesters when ordered too?"

Blogger DonReynolds December 14, 2018 12:58 PM  

Longtime Lurker wrote:8,000 troops and 14 armored vehicles to be deployed in Paris for the second consecutive week! Hmmm. The presence of said troops and vehicles didn't scare anybody away from protesting last week. Why should this weekend be any different?

Not so fast. These are not military, they are police. Even in the US, the police have acquired "armored" vehicles, which should not be taken to mean tanks. These are more likely to be armored trucks or armored personnel carriers or specialized armored cars with water cannon or other crowd control devices.

Blogger DonReynolds December 14, 2018 1:07 PM  

Iron Spartan wrote:The leftist scum did its job of getting the police back to the side of the government instead of standing with the people.

Now the question is going to be "will be police be dumb enough to use lethal force on protesters when ordered too?"



Yes, it was too bad that the Leftists did that.

I have watched hours of video of the Paris protests and the only times the police have gotten "aggressive" with the protesters has been when half-bricks have been thrown at the police and a few times when "protesters" were attempting to loot another ATM machine on the sidewalk. The police technique seems to be much like the American experience.... drive the crowds of protesters from one street to the next with lines of riot police and keep them moving, fire tear gas and non-lethal rounds to keep the protesters humble, and rush in and arrest anyone who seems to be directing the protest. Nothing weird yet.

Blogger veryfunnyminion December 14, 2018 1:12 PM  

Huh, by way of comparison I wonder how many cars are bunred on average French "youths" over any given week, and what the police and gubmint response is to that.

Blogger Dirk Manly December 14, 2018 1:34 PM  

OT but related:


Former Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell, the only player to take a knee during the national anthem, may never play for a major-league team again, sources told Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.



Even though the soon-to-be 28-year-old was arrested on assault and gun charges in October 2017, a major-league executive said it's his kneeling that might keep him off a major-league field.

"Owners aren't going to want to deal with that whole anthem issue," the executive explained.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mlb/report-maxwell-may-never-play-in-mlb-again-after-anthem-kneel/

Blogger Dirk Manly December 14, 2018 1:41 PM  

@6

"8,000 troops and 14 armored vehicles to be deployed in Paris for the second consecutive week! Hmmm. The presence of said troops and vehicles didn't scare anybody away from protesting last week. Why should this weekend be any different?"

It's only a matter of time until they troops do the same as the Paris police, and remove any pretense of putting up resistance to the protests. No matter where you go in the world, the type of men who are career military, and thus are the ONLY type who are senior ranking sergeants, are nationalists at heart, and won't by the type to let their youngest troops do anything ridiculously evil like attacking other nationalists.

Blogger Crew December 14, 2018 1:46 PM  

Second generation immigrant sounds like good effective rhetoric to me, but I'll bet a good croisant that the suspect identifies as a nationalist, such as Algerian.

"Goat-fucker" is probably better!

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella December 14, 2018 2:01 PM  

#11: I've seen tutorials on Twitter streams from Venezuela's protests. They tell how to make caltrops, gas masks, paint bombs, and so on- mostly defensive against stormtroopers of the state- in English, to French protestors.

I've seen Palestinian riot leaders coaching Parisians on how to shut down tanks, boulevards. How to deal with riot police in full gear.

I've seen Portland and Seattle protest-experienced types coaching on how to riot without getting arrested, or just how-to-riot.

They are each coaching middle class Parisians who don't know how to do this stuff. I don't know if they are paying attention- I'm not seeing retweets, but I am seeing barricades put up and roads becoming impassable in new ways, after the tutorials.

I don't know what to make of all of it, except that there are people who have devoted a great deal of time to figuring out how to 'fight the power' with on-hand, easily accessible items. Like, decades. I'm not sure whether to be impressed that they are doing this, or underwhelmed because everything is so crude. I'm thinking, impressed, b/c arms sales can be traced. In any case, I'm grateful for the 2nd amendment, and the overwhelming amount of guns in the hands of regular Americans.

Blogger tuberman December 14, 2018 2:15 PM  

This time it is reversed, as the government beatings will continue until the Moral, and not Morale improves. The French people KNOW, or at least enough do.

Blogger Unknown December 14, 2018 2:20 PM  

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Blogger Krymneth December 14, 2018 2:23 PM  

If you thought Brexit negotiations were complicated, just wait until France dissolves, and reconstitutes into a country that says it hasn't signed any treaties at all. The legal verbiage spewing from Brussels will be entertainment for weeks.

Blogger Haxo Angmark December 14, 2018 2:28 PM  

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Blogger Dirk Manly December 14, 2018 3:04 PM  

@25

"Like, decades. I'm not sure whether to be impressed that they are doing this, or underwhelmed because everything is so crude"

Crude does not mean inefffective.

Up until the latest generation of microelectronic electronic gadgetry, one of the primary rules for those who designed weapons and equipment for the Soviet / Russian army was, "If it needs repair, the means to repair it should be available in the homes of a typical small farming village."

The AK-47 is extremely crude -- that's ALSO why it can be fired immediately after having been dug up out of a mass grave, unlike the very refine M-16, which needs constant cleaning (a minimum of once per day if you're in combat).

Blogger Dangeresque December 14, 2018 3:05 PM  

Can somebody tell me where this whole "France doesn't have guns" myth comes from? I've seen it stated for about every other European country too...

Blogger Crew December 14, 2018 3:05 PM  

In any case, I'm grateful for the 2nd amendment, and the overwhelming amount of guns in the hands of regular Americans.

I imagine that the elites/globalists have thought long and hard about how to prevent those regular Americans from using their guns against the elites.

That the Democrats and Republicucks* are still pushing gun grabbing suggests they don't like the odds.

Yes, there are Republicucks who are introducing gun grabbing legislation, both male and female, AFAIK.

Blogger Servant of the Chief December 14, 2018 3:45 PM  

There's actually plenty of guns in Europe. France itself has several famous weapons manufacturers, as does Belgium and others. If there was a revolution next week, guns would be all over the place. Its also worth noting that before all this, since the Migrant Crisis there has been an increasing and seemingly unending demand for weapons all over Europe, for very obvious fucking reasons, even in Germany. Not to mention since the Ukrainian civil war the gray and black markets have been absolutely flooded with cheap Eastern weaponry. Combine those factors together and you have a recipe for a very 'interesting' time to come if this all boils down to a shooting war, even before the military splits/chooses which side to back.

Blogger Paul M December 14, 2018 3:55 PM  

If I was french, I'd build a guillotine and take it out to the protests.

Blogger Damelon Brinn December 14, 2018 4:03 PM  

Can somebody tell me where this whole "France doesn't have guns" myth comes from?

It comes from the fact that Americans have been told all our lives that we have way more guns than anyone else, especially way more than the culturally superior Europeans, who are so far ahead of us on the anti-gun path that even their regular police don't carry guns in some countries.

That might all be a complete lie. But that's where the belief comes from.

Blogger freddie_mac December 14, 2018 4:10 PM  

@31 Dangeresque
Can somebody tell me where this whole "France doesn't have guns" myth comes from? I've seen it stated for about every other European country too...

The perception (rightly or wrongly) that guns are more heavily regulated in Europe than the US. There's been lots of press about gun bans in Australia and the UK, so we've probably extrapolated that to mean other European countries are very similar.

Blogger Feather Blade December 14, 2018 4:38 PM  

Dave wrote:Dayum, wearing a hi-viz vest and still hit by a truck and killed.

The irony, she burns...

Blogger Scott December 14, 2018 4:39 PM  

They did, last weekend. There are wire photos of it b

Blogger Crew December 14, 2018 5:26 PM  

I am just waiting for all those MP-38s to turn up ...

Blogger Gettimothy December 14, 2018 5:36 PM  

The decentralization of information flows has the globalists playing defense .

When we decentralize money and I will education , both important Nexus of control for the , the Macrons of the world will lose access to power.

Blogger Gettimothy December 14, 2018 5:37 PM  

Money and education.

Blogger Angantyr December 14, 2018 5:54 PM  

France does allow gun ownership, but it seems fairly tightly regulated. Going off of a summary graphic (in French) there appear to be four Categories, A-D. Cat A seems to encompass full-auto weapons, along with armored vehicles, military aircraft, and military ships. Cat B encompasses modern (i.e. post-1900) semi-auto and revolver designs. It is unclear what the restrictions are, but they do seem to be heavily controlled. Cat C covers bolt and lever action rifles and carbines, along with semi-autos with only a 3 shot capacity(?-if I understand correctly). Cat D seems to encompass single or double barrel shotguns and perhaps single shot pistols; also, pre-1900 weapons to include antique revolvers and rifles are found here as well. Not sure of the specifics of the law, and how similar/dissimilar it is to the U.S. Federal law "1898 and before" antique designation.

Blogger Pierre Truc December 14, 2018 6:45 PM  

Our government is working on a new law to control protests.

http://www.senat.fr/dossier-legislatif/ppl17-575.html

Blogger Servant of the Chief December 14, 2018 6:55 PM  

The government seeks to avoid revolution by outlawing revolution

Blogger Jackson Peds December 14, 2018 6:57 PM  

VD, OT but, the DC comic "Border Town" gets cancelled.

Guess why?

https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2018/12/dc-cancels-border-town-following-co-creator-eric-esquivels-sexual-abuse-allegations/73518/

Blogger Snidely Whiplash December 14, 2018 7:48 PM  

The proposed law would
1) allow police to stop anybody, frisk them, and inspect their pockets purses and bags
2)prohibit masking, concealing or changing the appearance of the face while in the street
3) prohibit some people from participating in any protest or demonstration
4) up to 3 years in prison for using or possessing fireworks at a demonstration
5) Make all of these offenses equivalent to carrying a firearm during a protest or demonstration, and allowing the government to prohibit demonstrations once any of these offenses has occured.

This despite the fact that the French Constitution guarantees the right of citizens to protest.

Blogger nswhorse December 14, 2018 8:10 PM  

>Muslim goes on a killing spree
>lecture the nationalist protesters to not be violent

Globalism in a nutshell.

Blogger Pathfinderlight December 14, 2018 10:11 PM  

At this point the disarmament of most Frenchmen probably works in the protesters' favor. Based on that reputation, the world can be sure the protesters have no weapons to speak of. In the modern mindset, this makes using weapons on them taboo. All the deaths that the protesters incur now work to their advantage.

Blogger MS Jones December 15, 2018 3:55 AM  

DonReynolds wrote:I have watched hours of video of the Paris protests and the only times the police have gotten "aggressive" with the protesters has been when half-bricks have been thrown at the police

You must have been following the MSM reports because what I've been watching tells a different story:

1. Police force protestors to hand over gloves, goggles, scarves, food, drink etc before being allowed onto Champs-Élysées (C-É).

2.Police block off all exits from C-É then open fire on peaceful protestors with tear gas, flash bombs and rubber bullets before charging them in full riot gear.

3. Repeat 2 until protestors retaliate with whatever they have at hand.

Watch this report from last week - it's in French but you can have translated subtitles in English.

High points include the police staging an attack in front of the BFM (think French CNN) offices where they have an army of cameras filming from the roof for the official narrative and a local dindu telling the cameraman to "go away" so he and his "new" French friends can loot a shop being protected by some gilets jaunes.

Every week has been the same, peaceful protestors provoked by repeated attacks by police while a few parasites take advantage to loot and smash stuff.

Macron had a helicopter ready to evacuate from the Palais de l'Élysée last weekend so he knows what's up.

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