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TOPIC: Riots in Paris

Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 16:23 #1

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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 16:37 #2

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entrangermercenary1 wrote:
The Lame Stream Media do not know what anything is EM, they simply post what someone else has told them to say.
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 16:40 #3

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For those who don't know what a real stun grenade is, well I will tell you, if they did use propper stunn grenades there would be very few rioters left within a few minutes, water cannot are tame compared to the real thing..

The flash bangs the police use are very similar to these, they deter people from picking them up and throwing them back and can also emporary deafen you, and once your deafened you loose your tue orientation for some time.

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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 16:54 #4

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entrangermercenary1 wrote:
The Lame Stream Media do not know what anything is EM, they simply post what someone else has told them to say.

The French police were banned from using a particular stun grenade after a chap was killed in 2016..but I think they can use a different model.
Looking very lively in Paris, buildings burning, cars set alight and general mayhem.

December 9th in London will be interesting...maybe a lesson learned from French protests, sometimes a bit of violence is required to send a message. :ponda:
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 16:56 #5

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entrangermercenary1 wrote:
Gan Anim wrote:
entrangermercenary1 wrote:
The Lame Stream Media do not know what anything is EM, they simply post what someone else has told them to say.

The French police were banned from using a particular stun grenade after a chap was killed in 2016..but I think they can use a different model.
Looking very lively in Paris, buildings burning, cars set alight and general mayhem.

December 9th in London will be interesting...maybe a lesson learned from French protests, sometimes a bit of violence is required to send a message. :ponda:

One thing is for sure, there won't be any rouge agent around when they do use the real toys.
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 18:43 #6

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entrangermercenary1 wrote:
The French police were banned from using a particular stun grenade after a chap was killed in 2016..but I think they can use a different model.
Looking very lively in Paris, buildings burning, cars set alight and general mayhem.

December 9th in London will be interesting...maybe a lesson learned from French protests, sometimes a bit of violence is required to send a message. :ponda:

It's weird they're protesting like mad about the gas prices.

As in Holland gas is actually cheap at the moment. Can't imagine it must be much different in Belgium or France.
As Holland basically has the most expensive fuel in Europe.

Now I must say, I think it are lots of migrants making use of the situation there just to wreck shit. Since Paris has been browned out.
So we have come together on this day to prove symbolically that we are more than a collection of individuals striving one against another, that none of us is too proud, none of us too high, none is too rich, and none too poor, to stand together before the face of the Lord and of the world in this indissoluble, sworn community. And this united nation, we have need of it.

- Adolf Hitler, in Berlin, 01 May 1935
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 19:09 #7

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what in the actual fuck ey

this is globalism in action
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 21:46 #8

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Some commentators are claiming its not just about gas prices, that it is about opposition to their continued immigration plans etc.

Its not like the media would lie now would they?
He who is without oil shall throw the first rod.
- Compressions 13.3:1
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 21:48 #9

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The Yellow Vest or Yellow Jacket Movement it would appear is a grassroots movement with no leader or party affiliation.

It is reported on 17 November 300,00 people protested across France, not just in Paris.

Macron arrives in Argentina for the G20 summit, but is met by a yellow vest!

“The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie." Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
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Riots in Paris 01 Dec 2018 23:28 #10

This stuff has to be financed ..

Sure you have to pay for fuel maybe they expect PetroMax to give it away.


lawandcrime.com/opinion/george-soros-has-strong-defamation-case-against-roseanne-over-nazi-tweet/

George Soros is known to have bankrolled the Ferguson protests and anti Trump rallies in America, so why not say he is behind this as well ..


The January 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack and the November 2015 Bataclan Theater Paris attack were Zionist sponsored False Flags, true French patriots despise the quislings who accept the official story and call for the arrest, trial and execution of the Zionist sponsored political and media lobbies that perpetuate the deception.

They are equally in contempt of Holocaust "acceptors" who fail to disclose Adolf Hitler and all of the top Nazis were Jews, and that Jews infiltrated German politics then perped the Holocaust in the name of the German ppl, like they infiltrated US politics perped 911 then established the bogus War on Terror.

Their comeuppance will be by way of legal arrest and just trial under the capital anti terror strictures of existing French law, where after a lawful verdict of guilty so will the lot be off to the Guillotine .. anticipate a death toll among Jews to rival Hitler's tally.



https://progresismoh...job-false-flag/
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 08:43 #11

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This looks like another "Color Revolution" to me
Gas price in France is 1,47 Euro
Brent Crude Oil is USD$62 a barrel
Protesting high gas prices is ridiculous right now
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 08:50 #12

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Rocco wrote:
This looks like another "Color Revolution" to me
Gas price in France is 1,47 Euro
Brent Crude Oil is USD$62 a barrel
Protesting high gas prices is ridiculous right now

Probably costs about 80 Euros for a full tank of gas in France.

The French tend not to receive particularly high salaries, unemployment is very high, particularly among young people, and pay a lot of tax in general. They pay around 25-30 percent tax on their salary as a national insurance contribution, and on top of this they pay income tax as well.

So in total they already pay about 35 - 40 percent tax on their income. Employers also pay a tax on all their employees which is roughly a quarter of the total salary they pay them.

I'd say there was a problem. The French are being taxed to death and this is probably just the final straw.
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 09:12 #13

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Yellow jackets also starting in Holland now...

Which is just really strange, since fuel hasn’t been this cheap since ages right now, at around Eur 1,52 or so.

Few weeks ago we were at around Eur 1,70
So we have come together on this day to prove symbolically that we are more than a collection of individuals striving one against another, that none of us is too proud, none of us too high, none is too rich, and none too poor, to stand together before the face of the Lord and of the world in this indissoluble, sworn community. And this united nation, we have need of it.

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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 10:06 #14

People are being asked to wear Hi-Viz jackets on Sunday 9th in London :facepalm: :lmao: :lmao:

Fuck that, not good for my cam image :emb:
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 10:39 #15

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A lot of European policy has apparently been to the benefit of French Agriculture to the detriment of other EU Nations. A big chunk of EU dissatisfaction in Britain resides with the farming community. Modern farming is of course completely dependent on fuel prices. In the UK, there's Red Diesel; a fuel sold ONLY for use in farming vehicles and relieved of Duty/VAT. Not sure if they have that in France?
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 13:37 #16

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monk.link wrote:
A lot of European policy has apparently been to the benefit of French Agriculture to the detriment of other EU Nations. A big chunk of EU dissatisfaction in Britain resides with the farming community. Modern farming is of course completely dependent on fuel prices. In the UK, there's Red Diesel; a fuel sold ONLY for use in farming vehicles and relieved of Duty/VAT. Not sure if they have that in France?
People always blame Big Oil, but the bigger part of gas prices are taxes. So blame your government

Personally I hope all y'all motherfuckers pay $5 a gallon soon
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 13:42 #17

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The problem about the energy model is the same as any other that is controlled and or pooled by the same money grabbers, the red fuel model actually costs more to prouce by adding dyes to it, the military vehicles also use the same as the civilian vehicles and tractors.

Again we are not focusing on the real issue and that is one of who controls who with our own energy exchanges.

Our money is being used to control us, I say our money because it is actually our labour that is the real commodity, we need to gain control of it by saying where we want it to be used, right now we leave it to chance and a few to sort out, but look what is actually happening right in front of us.

Protesting about feul prices is an oxymoron, what we need to be doing is growing a pair of balls and letting the criminals now in change of the asylum, know we are not going to let our labour by used inadvertantly for control over us or for the detriment of humanity.

Why do people always react in a childish way when we leave everything to someone else what do we expect is going to happen, well you looking at it.
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 13:51 #18

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Oil Companies are going bankrupt right now with $60 oil prices. There's no money to explore new oil fields which will result in serious shortages starting mid 2019
So enjoy your low oil prices now. Venezuela coming to a place near you soon ;)
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 13:58 #19

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Rocco wrote:
Oil Companies are going bankrupt right now with $60 oil prices.

There's no money to explore new oil fields which will result in serious shortages starting mid 2019

So enjoy your low oil prices now. Venezuela coming to a place near you soon ;)

Your changing the goal posts Roc, adding negative we never created but simply went with the flow of a river that is slowly running dry by design.

When all the oil is gone, we are still here and will have to move forward, and it will be our own energy that get things done, with or without oil, it won't make much difference other than taking longer to do things.

It is coming to us ALL because we leave things to chance and those who are going to feather their nests without doing any of the hard work.

Now we have covered the more negative angles, what are we going to do about it if we have to, that is what counts.

Can you add any positives??
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Riots in Paris 03 Dec 2018 14:21 #20

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Gan Anim wrote:
Rocco wrote:
Oil Companies are going bankrupt right now with $60 oil prices.

There's no money to explore new oil fields which will result in serious shortages starting mid 2019

So enjoy your low oil prices now. Venezuela coming to a place near you soon ;)

Your changing the goal posts Roc, adding negative we never created but simply went with the flow of a river that is slowly running dry by design.

When all the oil is gone, we are still here and will have to move forward, and it will be our own energy that get things done, with or without oil, it won't make much difference other than taking longer to do things.

It is coming to us ALL because we leave things to chance and those who are going to feather their nests without doing any of the hard work.

Now we have covered the more negative angles, what are we going to do about it if we have to, that is what counts.

Can you add any positives??
Oil's not gone. There's plenty of oil, and we have the technology to get it. You Cheap Charly's just need to dig into your pockets and pay up ;)
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