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Riots in France
« on: December 03, 2018, 12:43:08 PM »
The yellow vest demonstration turned into nothing short of a riot.  Not only in Paris, but throughout France.  Two-thirds of the population supports the movement against an extremely unpopular government that doesn't care about issues faced in rural and non big-city France.  It's something else.  Cars burning on the Champs-Elysees, damage everywhere.  Apparently Macron's decision to raise the tax on gas as part of his "ecology finance" was the straw the broke the camel's back.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/02/world/europe/france-yellow-vest-protests.html
 

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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2018, 01:27:38 PM »
A Breton friend of mine who has been keeping a close watch on this said that the hike on the gas tax is only part of the issue. The real straw that broker the camels back is that a higher tax is being imposed upon blue collar native Frenchmen while the ships carrying refugees into France are exempted from this tax. If that's true, it's hard not to sympathise with the Gilets Jeunes, even if they are vandals.
 
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2018, 02:59:52 PM »
Keeping an eye on this...
 

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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2018, 05:12:47 AM »
A Breton friend of mine who has been keeping a close watch on this said that the hike on the gas tax is only part of the issue. The real straw that broker the camels back is that a higher tax is being imposed upon blue collar native Frenchmen while the ships carrying refugees into France are exempted from this tax. If that's true, it's hard not to sympathise with the Gilets Jeunes, even if they are vandals.

Yeah it's definitely not just about the tax (which PM Philippe recently suspended) - people really are taxed to hell and back. Last year I paid almost half my salary in taxes, then I had my habitation tax, VAT, etc, etc. In the end the goverment was walking out with well over half of my earnings... All the while these taxes support African/Arab hyper-fertility in the cités that are outside of most major French cities. It's extremely frustrating and frankly untenable. Unlike Germany the 2016 refugee influx wasn't really that noticeable since most cities are already swarming with them. I mean when I was exchanging my license at the main police office in Paris the asylum registration center was right next door, literally infinite africans. Then I looked at my line and I was literally the only european in the room, so it wasn't much of a change, I guess.

France is on a horrible trajectory and most people know it.
 
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #4 on: December 04, 2018, 06:04:24 AM »
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #5 on: December 04, 2018, 09:58:04 AM »
 
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2018, 09:48:40 PM »
Expect phone calls to be made.  Expect Bergoglio to stab the yellow vests in France and La Lega in Italy in the back.
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #7 on: December 07, 2018, 01:19:48 PM »
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2018, 02:07:02 PM »
Expect phone calls to be made.  Expect Bergoglio to stab the yellow vests in France and La Lega in Italy in the back.

Bergoglio seems utterly bewildered, an old man out of time spouting clichés from decades ago while he scrambles to protect his homo-heretic , pervert friends (although I somehow doubt Cardinal Coco presided over that homo orgy). Approving false Conciliar translations for the paternoster , or hitting small diocesan traditional societies, is just him scrambling. I suspect a Bergoglian thunderbolt will be of more help than hindrance. That vindictive old man with his spew of banality is annoying more and more.
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2018, 07:50:33 PM »
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2018, 05:16:05 AM »
Expect phone calls to be made.  Expect Bergoglio to stab the yellow vests in France and La Lega in Italy in the back.

And there you have it: supporting a revolutionary mob of Trotskyists, anarchists, neo-Nazis, pagan revivalists, ethno-nationalists and racialists, bankrolled by God-knows-who, over the apparent Pope.

I find the condemnation by Pius XI of Action Francaise to be just as applicable to Civitas, who have joined the fray , and all the trad-fetishist “Catholics” who side with them:

In substance, there is, in these manifestations, traces of a rebirth of Paganism, to which is linked the Naturalism that these authors have placed, unconsciously, we believe, as so many of their contemporaries, in the public schooling of this modern and secular school, poisoner of youth, against which they themselves fight often so ardently.

I know of no more pertinent example testifying to the vanity of political revolution than that of the Messiah himself, who, being expected by the Hebrew ethno-nationalists of his own day to violently overthrow “oppressive” and “foreign” Roman rule, not only did nothing of the kind but told them to “render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s”. To quote Voltaire, apropos French mobs: “I would rather obey a fine lion, much stronger than myself, than two hundred rats of my own species.”


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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #11 on: December 08, 2018, 03:05:47 PM »
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And there you have it: supporting a revolutionary mob of Trotskyists, anarchists, neo-Nazis, pagan revivalists, ethno-nationalists and racialists, bankrolled by God-knows-who, over the apparent Pope.

Yeah, the "neo Nazi" "ethno nationalist" "racialists" are taking a stand against moslem invaders.  You are a quisling.

As far as the apparent pope, we now know he covered up for priests who raped little boys up the arse in Chile and is best buds with a multi-decade serial sodomite cardinal who appears to be the point man for the illicit overthrow of our valid Pope via the St. Galen mafia.

I'm sorry, but were you trying to refute my point?
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #12 on: December 08, 2018, 03:55:18 PM »
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And there you have it: supporting a revolutionary mob of Trotskyists, anarchists, neo-Nazis, pagan revivalists, ethno-nationalists and racialists, bankrolled by God-knows-who, over the apparent Pope.

Yeah, the "neo Nazi" "ethno nationalist" "racialists" are taking a stand against moslem invaders.  You are a quisling.

As far as the apparent pope, we now know he covered up for priests who raped little boys up the arse in Chile and is best buds with a multi-decade serial sodomite cardinal who appears to be the point man for the illicit overthrow of our valid Pope via the St. Galen mafia.

I'm sorry, but were you trying to refute my point?

What point? Jorge Bergoglio condemning a bunch of neo-Nazis, pagans, racialists, ethno-nationalists - no quotation marks required because that’s exactly what Bastion Social, Generation Identity, Action Francaise, Civitas and various other “traditionalist” larpers are - throwing a temper tantrum on the streets in their attempt at a violent coup  wouldn’t be a “stab in the back” but a stab in the front of a mob and the demonic ideologies driving it. You’re not going to find anything in Catholic tradition supporting your mad dreams of violent political revolution.

Quisling? My loyalty on this Earth belongs to Jesus Christ and his Catholic Church, not to the idols of some mythical “white race” and its “Europa”, so you can kiss my ass, larper, unless you intend to do something about my “treason”.
 
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #13 on: December 08, 2018, 04:23:24 PM »
La Lega -- rejected the migrant ships.
Marian Le Pen / FN -- supports these protests against the UN refugee agreement.

You are a quisling trying to rationalize your perfidity.  What mad dreams of violent revolution have I advocated?  Is your position so weak you have to start inventing stuff?  Pathetic.

These are Europeans protesting against the moslem invasion, an invasion which has the full support of the pedo pope.  They are not trying to establish a pan-White race, they are standing up for their nations against moslems and pagan globalists like Bergoglio.
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Re: Riots in France
« Reply #14 on: December 08, 2018, 04:29:31 PM »
Expect phone calls to be made.  Expect Bergoglio to stab the yellow vests in France and La Lega in Italy in the back.

And there you have it: supporting a revolutionary mob of Trotskyists, anarchists, neo-Nazis, pagan revivalists, ethno-nationalists and racialists, bankrolled by God-knows-who, over the apparent Pope.

I find the condemnation by Pius XI of Action Francaise to be just as applicable to Civitas, who have joined the fray , and all the trad-fetishist “Catholics” who side with them:

In substance, there is, in these manifestations, traces of a rebirth of Paganism, to which is linked the Naturalism that these authors have placed, unconsciously, we believe, as so many of their contemporaries, in the public schooling of this modern and secular school, poisoner of youth, against which they themselves fight often so ardently.

I know of no more pertinent example testifying to the vanity of political revolution than that of the Messiah himself, who, being expected by the Hebrew ethno-nationalists of his own day to violently overthrow “oppressive” and “foreign” Roman rule, not only did nothing of the kind but told them to “render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s”. To quote Voltaire, apropos French mobs: “I would rather obey a fine lion, much stronger than myself, than two hundred rats of my own species.”


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