As many as 5,000,000 people have turned out across France today to protest the globalist dictatorship of President Emmanuel Macron. The move on Thursday to impose a BlackRock-inspired retirement reform raising the retirement age from 62 to 64 by executive decree appears to be the last straw for many.
The regime is pulling out all stops to crush dissent, banning gatherings on the Place de la Concorde. Macron’s militia has arrested hundreds of demonstrators and chased reporters from the scene. Video shows French police charging and beating women and the elderly as they engaged in their right to peaceful protest.
Still, the protesters remain undeterred. Tens of thousands marched in the streets shouting “Motion of censorship! Vote censorship!” calling on parliament to pass a non-partisan vote of no-confidence in the government to bring down the regime. They also chanted “Out Of NATO,” to express their opposition to Macron’s support for the war in Ukraine while ignoring the needs of his own people.
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Protesters burned article 49.3 of the French Constitution in effigy to express their disgust over the government’s invoking the anti-democratic tactic to bypass a vote in parliament on the reform measures and impose them by dictate. This leaves open only the possibility of a no-confidence vote in the government to cancel the measures.
The international mainstream media sits by silently as democracy dies in France. They only express concerns about democracy and human rights violations when it suits their globalist agenda. The French government’s attempts to crush any dissent are largely ignored in their reporting.
While the few reports about the protests coming out of the mainstream media mention that people are upset about the retirement reform, the issues are much broader. Protesters also oppose Macron’s unnecessary Covid mandates, support for the war in Ukraine, and globalist policies affecting healthcare and advertising.
Saturday’s protest was the largest nationwide on record for France. If parliament does not bring down the government in France and end Macron’s tyranny, it is likely that the people themselves may do so.
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