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No French Revolution in America

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This article was originally published by Kurt Nimmo at Another Day in the Empire

More than 80% of the people of France—ordinary working people, not the professional bureaucrate class—support the “gilets jaunes,” the yellow vests in the street protesting against the globalist policies of Emmanuel Macron, defender of the mega-wealthy and upholder of EU progressivism. 

The establishment media in the US and Europe are focusing on the violence of the protests—including vandalism of the Arc de Triomphe (which is a monument to war and French colonialism)—and underplaying the political and economic complaints central to the demonstrations. 

It is a decentralized movement sans leaders (who can be picked off or compromised) in direct opposition to the agenda of the global elite: carbon taxes in response to “climate change” (as if additional parasitical fleecing of the public can modify weather), preferential treatment of financial class interests, unchecked and irrational immigration practices threatening the long-standing cultural customs of western civilization, an eroding economy, growing poverty and unemployment. 

No doubt much of the violence is the work of agent provocateurs in addition to dim-witted “anarchists,” who are nothing of the sort. Lobbing billiard balls and cobblestones at police, torching an art museum, vandalizing national monuments, and destroying private property provide a suitable pretext to impose yet another “state of emergency”—France is renowned for its pouvoirs exceptionnels, that is to say its “exceptional powers,” in other words the state using its monopoly of violence to address serious political and social issues. 

Article 16 of the French Constitution is a hangover from France’s colonialist past, specifically its disastrous war in Algeria. It allows the government to declare a state of emergency during an état de siège, never mind the siege is the result of policies imposed by the state and the ruling class. 

After attending the globalist G20 soirée in Buenos Aires, Macron paraded along the Champs-Élysée to witness first-hand the vandalism. Following this public display of pomp and photo-op, Macron declared yet another state of emergency will be declared in response to public support for the yellow vests, the vast majority nonviolent. 

Spokesman Benjamin Griveaux said the president is willing to talk to the yellow vests. He stressed, however, there will be no backing down from his “green agenda,” that is to say further taxing the French people (soon to rival Belgium and Germany in the art of  confiscation) and ensuring more unemployment, poverty, and social stress—exacerbated by unchecked third world immigration—that will ultimately tear France apart. 

As soon as Trump is out of the way, Democrats and globalist friendly Republicans will impose similar green taxation and regulation on the American people. However, there is a distinct difference between grumpy French and indolent Americans. The former will go into the street and make their demands known, while the latter are too busy binge watching Netflix to be bothered. 

In America, protest and outrage are now stage managed by the state and promoted by a corporate media. The economy and endless war do not figure into these protests orchestrated by faux leftists. Instead, these foundation lubricated activists are moved to outrage and occasional violence by the color of skin, the preference of gender (real, manufactured, and imagined), and a litany of exaggerated and invented victimization. 

I say faux leftists because today’s SJW dimwits have little in common with old school Marxists and socialists. They were primarily focused on “historical materialism,” the means of production, the plight of the proletariat, and class consciousness. 

Now? Marxism has become “cultural,” that is to say based on what’s between your legs, the color of your skin (this used to be rightfully called racism), and the “human right” to force one group of people to pay for the care and lifestyle of others (including sexual mutilation and abortion). This has led to calls for authoritarianism and violence against the “privileged”—not the banksters and the ruling elite, mind you, but white men in general. This absurdity is megaphoned 24/7 by the corporate media. 

No, there will not be a French Revolution in America. The people here are well-indoctrinated, dumbed-down by “public education,” fed lies and fantasies (the Russians are coming, Trump is the New Hitler), and other distractions, including a decadent in-your-face “entertainment” industry feeding on perversity, violence (while calling for disarmament), promotion of homosexuality, and the normalization of vulgarity. 

Certainly, when the Everything Bubble bursts and misery is rampant, Americans may go into the street, but it will be too late. Meanwhile, many shake their heads at those crazy French, outraged over the economic strip-mining of their country and the globalist mandates of the European Union. 

This will be wiped away, however, by the next episode of Game of Thrones or the Walking Dead.

This article has been contributed by SHTF Plan. Visit www.SHTFplan.com for alternative news, commentary and preparedness info.



Source: http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/no-french-revolution-in-america_12042018
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  • Mike

    Chaos in Europe! France Belgium Germany Shout “We Want Trump” You are absolutely right , we do want Trump in our own countries. We have to start fighting the New World Order.

    https://beforeitsnews.com/v3/prophecy/2018/2501485.html

  • Ideas Time

    The yellow jackets should not stop until the criminal elite ruling over them are put out of business for robbing the people and allowing their country to be invaded.

  • DK

    No French revolution in France either, the movement is already contained infiltrated and the usual suspects are acting as agent provocateurs making peaceful protests violent. Being angry protesting sheep is just dumb in many ways, the only advantage is that there are no leaders to negotiate with, which just means some will be provided for on their behalf, the Unions will step up to the plate to sell out the populists.

    The trick to ensuring they could not be infiltrated was simple, agree to their own security team armed with bats.
    create a random generated individual id code printed on an a4 sheet to be taped in a plastic sleeve to the back of each protestor
    break the 100,000 into 100 men units with an organizer, organizer checks his codes to his protest unit.
    Infiltrators are now obvious, if they wont be ejected the security team will make the paid infiltrator unable to continue.
    Engage in a days non violent protest.
    Tomorrow change the codes, rinse and repeat.

    I once was on strike and had not myself the gumption to challenge a fellow striker for throwing eggs. Agent provocateurs are paid NGO/Agency/Police there to create a riot to disrupt the protest, destroy its reputation and give the excuse needed to have the protestors arrested.

    If you are protesting organize, show restraint, self police and retaliate with extreme prejudice on turncoats within the ranks there to get their fellow man arrested and killed – along with some police and a bit of window shopping. All protests fail the same way because the protestors act the same way. This just leaves antifa et al to be bused in with their own yellow jackets to riot, but smart cookies will swap shirt colors as soon as the fake protesters turn up.

    Remember to call the protest off and go home.

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