Discussion in 'The War Room' started by JonesBones, Nov 24, 2018.
Similar to this?
Good rule of thumb.... do NOT pick up the gas and flash bang grenades.
Yep, they didnt blur it out though. This was live so you got the tendons and shit hanging out for everyone to see.
Person must have already passed out, because they weren't screaming.
True that. I guess they need to do more, even of it is basically illegal. Otherwise granny chaser Macron isn't going anywhere. Start wearing out the police already. They're brutalizing the yellow vests as it is. Might as well make it worth it
If someone watch to see that pic of blown off hand go to 4chan.
I still say attacking organized power with violence is attacking it at it's strongest point, and tactically flawed.
Now organized resistance on the other hand, can involve the use of limited force. It just has to be proportional.
True you may be right. Though it makes me wonder how many if the police are willing to fight. If there aren't many, they may break.
Should wreck stuff every chance they get. Pedestrian crossings, govt security cameras, bank windows. I think that would spread the pain and make the police unable to properly respond.
What say you ?
The exploded hand is at 2 hours 13 mins for those curious. Insane situation for sure
Way to go people of France!!!!
Never give up!!!!
Where is our man on ground in Paris with an update?
Fascist tactics from the ruling class
As they should. Fight fire with fire. Make it a Ukrainian style revolution.
this account has a ton of footage..
worth a look .
I still don't get the points of the riots. The French people voted for this, something like 70% in favour of Macron. Why are they rioting when they literally voted him in with flying colours?
He was facing Le Pen in the second round, pretty much anyone was guaranteed to win by a landslide against her. To be fair, 70% is a bit disappointing: in 2002, Chirac did 82% against Le Pen's father.
The whole election was full of crazy lucky moments for Macron : the Socialists and the Republican both elected their most extreme candidates, leaving a huge void for Macron at the center. Then the Republican candidate (François Fillon), who was still the favourite, got caught in an embezzlement scandal that ruined his campaign since he was charged a month before the first round, giving Macron some other votes from disgusted Republicans. Finally, Macron got the help of Bayrou, the Center's historical candidate, who didn't run because he obviously had a secret agreement to ally with Alain Juppé (center right), but Juppé unexpectedly lost the Republican primaries and Bayrou had nobody else than Macron to turn to once Fillon was too compromised.
The French voters just keep on sending the same people in for more of the same globalist policies..
I disagree, even thought I'd never vote for him, the Republican candidate would have most likely won if he hadn't been charged with embezzlement during the campaign. He refused to withdraw and it completely changed the dynamics of the election. He's actually pretty much what foreigners think Le Pen is : just as anti-immigration as her, but pro small-state.
Are there any indications that the protests will begin to decline in intensity?
I hope that they call for a general strike at some point. If you want to hit the elites in the pocket, shut France down.
It doesn't have to be a permanent general strike. Just a day at first, then a week. Escalate until the government is recalled, hold new elections.
They are actually getting more brutal slowly
What i have heard on the internet there are less people but more fighting(less running away when police charge and actually fighting them)
Time will tell
Maybe it's the 30% that is rioting?
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