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Franch shuts down, millions march in massive general strike against Macron pension cuts

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- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 13:32:19 EST GW1axdWk No.181314
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https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/49340/Millions+of+workers+strike+to+defy+French+pension+assault
>A huge strike swept France on Thursday as millions of workers revolted against pension attacks from president Emmanuel Macron.

>It is set to be the most significant wave of workers’ action since 1995 when protracted strikes broke a right-wing government’s assault on pensions.
>A teacher said “The pension reforms are one blow too many. We're fighting not to lose hundreds of euros of pension a month—after more than 40 years in a job.

>Hundreds of demonstrations took place, beginning at 10am in some areas. The CGT union federation said 1.5 million people marched nationwide. Even the interior ministry said over 800,000 took part.

>In several places they were met with tear gas.
>In Paris 6,000 police officers were deployed against protests and the authorities issued a decree forbidding protesters from gathering on the Champs-Elysées or at police stations.
>Riot police began searching pedestrians' bags before dawn, and shops on a planned protest route were ordered to close.

>In many areas the Yellow Vests, who have been fighting Macron for a year, joined the action. There is a massive feeling that life is hard and public services are declining. A poll last month in the newspaper Liberation found 89 percent of French people felt the country was experiencing a “social crisis”.

>It’s crucial to bring together all the sections of strikers and protesters, and to stop the union leaders choking off the action before it wins.

>The mass strikes and protests are giving hope to the whole of Europe. They show that the bitterness in society can be torn away from the right and the racists and directed towards the left.
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Rebecca Ginnerlock - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 18:35:58 EST L3zo7DjP No.181324 Reply
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>>181314
Mustafa Yalcin, Turkish journalist, wounded by a teargas grenade to the face fired by French police. The cops are again beating up and shooting at journalists, as has been the case for the past year of yellow vests protests.
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Barnaby Songerson - Mon, 23 Dec 2019 20:37:05 EST GW1axdWk No.181628 Reply
>>181314
Strikes set to continue through Christmas, pressure stays on Macron, public supporsts based strikers:
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/france-strikes-pension-reforms-macron-paris-unions-transport-christmas-a9255566.html

>Workers sabotaged power networks, lorry drivers blocked motorways, trains stopped running, schools shut down and even the Eiffel Tower was off-limits to visitors, as nationwide action against proposed pension reforms entered its third week in France.

>Discussions between unions and the government failed to break the deadlock, meaning the most severe strikes in decades are set to carry on across the country until at least January.

>Despite the disturbances, and the prospect of Christmas travel chaos, public support for the strikes remains unwavering. The most recent poll showed 62 per cent of people support the strikes – up three points from a similar poll last week.

>“The majority of French people support the action because they are not fooled,” Danielle Simonnet, an elected member of the Paris city council, told The Independent. “They know that with these reforms we will all lose.”
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Albert Haffingspear - Tue, 24 Dec 2019 00:15:54 EST 40pbmk0m No.181631 Reply
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Time to bring back the guillotine
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Alice Huddleway - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 19:43:12 EST eZ84iFZY No.181638 Reply
>>181324
>as has been the case for the past year of yellow vests protests.
probably longer

Fuck macron and all his cronies.

Fils de pute
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Rebecca Gozzleput - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 20:06:37 EST 5Om2NN7U No.181640 Reply
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>>181631
We got the guillotine
We got the guillotine, you better run
We got the guillotine
We got the guillotine, you better run
We got the guillotine
We got the guillotine, you better run
We got the guillotine
We got the guillotine, you better run
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Caroline Bunfuck - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 12:07:47 EST h906yFm+ No.181887 Reply
Remember when Macron was better than Le Penn
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Priscilla Shakebury - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 13:03:53 EST UjtpodKI No.181889 Reply
>Am American
>Don't know what a pension is.

Welp, good luck to you guys. Maybe you'll get lucky like we did and get a 401(k) where you get to fund your own retirement and pull yourself up by the boot straps.
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Wesley Goodwater - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 14:37:25 EST pjSfU+g+ No.181893 Reply
>>181887
It's hilarious you think the Nazi/Alt-right isn't just as in bed with the rich as Macron.
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Phineas Drillyhood - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 15:52:34 EST RgHb/3eW No.181899 Reply
>>181887
As fucking awful Macron is, he is nowhere near le penn
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Oliver Dunkinwill - Wed, 08 Jan 2020 18:44:13 EST TtOXZM/G No.181938 Reply
>>181927
France is what an actually free country looks like. Notice to dumb as shit rednecks: this is what freedom looks like. You have all your guns and if you ever tried this you'd be immediately shot by some secret police outfit if you somehow survived the actual cops emptying their magazines into you and any civilians nearby. This is because French people aren't cowards like the average American. In order to have freedom you need to not be a coward, and to secure that freedom you need at least the barest minimum of intelligence or information to be aware that you're not free. God I love the French.
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Basil Mamblewit - Tue, 28 Jan 2020 15:15:15 EST lv6Tw3Xa No.182273 Reply
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>>181314

Strikes are still going strong, anti-riot cops are being violent assholes as usual
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Basil Mamblewit - Tue, 28 Jan 2020 18:37:13 EST lv6Tw3Xa No.182278 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Lillian Fillypat - Wed, 29 Jan 2020 16:23:31 EST dZDaQqJv No.182294 Reply
>>182278
The tree of a society is watered with the blood of patriots.
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Matilda Honeywill - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 15:09:29 EST tTnap6yB No.182355 Reply
The blood of society is watered by parrots
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