Over 10,000 people turned out for a massive protest in Paris against France’s NATO and EU membership, and calling for an end to military aid for Ukraine. This is the second straight weekend of protests organized by the Les Patriotes party, a Gaullist party, led by Florian Philippot, who personally attended the rally in Paris.
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The event called the National March for Peace drew a larger crowd than the previous weekend, but has largely been ignored by the mainstream media. According to the organizers, smaller-scale anti-NATO protests were also held in 30 cities and towns across France.
Protesters carried a large banner with the words “For Peace” and signs reading “No to World War III” and “Out of NATO” as they marched through the streets of Paris. Following the march, Philippot and his supporters held a rally calling for a “Frexit,” the withdrawal of France from both NATO and the EU, and an immediate end to military support for Ukraine. The protesters chanted “Macron dégage! [Macron get out!]” and “Frexit.”
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