Yellow vests - fuel protest day of action in France

Yellow vests - fuel protest day of action in France

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Lentilist

266 posts

13 months

Sunday 13th January
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rscott said:
You think James Goddard is the one to lead a massive protest in this country? Have you even seen the leaflet his little group were distributing on Saturday?


I wish they'd stand for proofreading.

EddieSteadyGo

3,198 posts

141 months

Sunday 13th January
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TVRJAS said:
EddieSteadyGo said:
When I say he is uncouth, that doesn't refer to his accent. Rather how he shouts people down, insults them and his general lack of consideration for how his behaves towards other people.
I kind of agree with you,but what about the ones who attack Farage,JRM the list is endless and the terrorist organisation Antifa.
I'd also condemn those people who attack Farage and JRM.

Frank7

2,270 posts

25 months

Sunday 13th January
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smifffymoto said:
Only on PH.
Take it out of context, Macron ,kill a thief.
Don’t want to get too deep into this, for someone with familial French links, my French is far from perfect, but are you suggesting that the graffiti artist put “tu es un voleur”, (you are a thief), but intended it to be subconsciously interpreted as “tuer un voleur”? (kill a thief).

TVRJAS

2,375 posts

67 months

Sunday 13th January
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EddieSteadyGo said:
I'd also condemn those people who attack Farage and JRM.
beer And that's from a non drinker. (Well rare occasions) I'm not teetotal or teatotal how ever it's said.

I'm sure someone will be along who wrote the encylopedia ... We have many talents on PH.

I always remember my teacher saying "You will go nowhere in life boy" Says the bloke that went to school everyday,love to show him how it turned out... he's probably long gone now.

Edited by TVRJAS on Sunday 13th January 13:31

smifffymoto

2,643 posts

143 months

Sunday 13th January
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Frank7 said:
smifffymoto said:
Only on PH.
Take it out of context, Macron ,kill a thief.
Don’t want to get too deep into this, for someone with familial French links, my French is far from perfect, but are you suggesting that the graffiti artist put “tu es un voleur”, (you are a thief), but intended it to be subconsciously interpreted as “tuer un voleur”? (kill a thief).

I was just playing with words.A friend did tell me never to trust a French man,he is French.They have a deep distrust of each other.It goes back to the war.
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Gribs

179 posts

74 months

Sunday 13th January
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TVRJAS said:
I have,Which exactly do you oppose? The only serious one that is missing and that's the Immigration pact (Legally binding or not)
Read it again. I'd hope you're not *for* child abuse etc.

Frank7

2,270 posts

25 months

Sunday 13th January
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smifffymoto said:

I was just playing with words.A friend did tell me never to trust a French man,he is French.They have a deep distrust of each other.It goes back to the war.
With all due respect to you smiffy, je pense que les mots de votre ami venaient de son cul.

TVRJAS

2,375 posts

67 months

Sunday 13th January
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Gribs said:
Read it again. I'd hope you're not *for* child abuse etc.
I think it's you that needs to start learning to read. Did you go to the mirror and do a big fist pump after writing that.
You know... where I clearly say "ok ok I know what you mean".














Edited by TVRJAS on Sunday 13th January 18:39

smifffymoto

2,643 posts

143 months

Sunday 13th January
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Frank7 said:
smifffymoto said:

I was just playing with words.A friend did tell me never to trust a French man,he is French.They have a deep distrust of each other.It goes back to the war.
With all due respect to you smiffy, je pense que les mots de votre ami venaient de son cul.
Doesn’t everyone talk out of their arse now and then?

Helicopter123

5,060 posts

94 months

Monday 14th January
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rscott said:
TVRJAS said:
Mystic Meg, You do like to label people so just wondering how you label the 250,000 people's vote protest,or O. Jones little protest of 500-1000. I know what group l put the Jones one in and that is the great unwashed who don't pay tax.
The arresting of J.Goddard and his bail conditions just made the numbers grow by huge numbers. What a can of worms they have just opened as there are many eyes now watching Soubry and Jones that when they openly call out the same words we are expecting them to arrest them. Or is it ok for them to do it.

Edited by TVRJAS on Sunday 13th January 11:02
You think James Goddard is the one to lead a massive protest in this country? Have you even seen the leaflet his little group were distributing on Saturday?



gizlaroc

11,896 posts

162 months

Monday 14th January
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Wobbegong said:
yes

Protests are the result of a Paris-centric government who’ve ignored the population.Increased taxes on private vehicle use because “everyone can use public transport”, people losing skilled jobs told “work as a cleaner or waiter then”, those struggling to get jobs told “get a degree”. The government are completely out of touch with the common individual and their needs.

I can honestly see this spiralling out of control.
Exactly.


For people who don't know what this is about, it is worth reading the following...

La France périphérique : Comment on a sacrifié les classes populaires by Christophe Guilluy

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/2081347512/ref=cm_sw_r... … via @AmazonUK


An interesting take on "Why?" it is really happening.

gizlaroc

11,896 posts

162 months

Monday 14th January
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This interview with him sums it up quite nicely.


https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilet...






Scoobman

406 posts

143 months

Monday 14th January
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A succinct background economic view of why movements like the yellow vests are on the rise

https://www.maxkeiser.com/2019/01/the-decline-and-...


loafer123

7,802 posts

153 months

Monday 14th January
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gizlaroc said:
This interview with him sums it up quite nicely.


https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilet...
Very interesting insight.

Well worth reading.

B'stard Child

16,615 posts

184 months

Monday 14th January
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loafer123 said:
gizlaroc said:
This interview with him sums it up quite nicely.


https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilet...
Very interesting insight.

Well worth reading.
Proper "Nailed it" I thought

B'stard Child

16,615 posts

184 months

Monday 14th January
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Helicopter123 said:
In all the discussions on here you think that is going to advance your cause or convert anyone to agree with you

Have a watch of this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLG9g7BcjKs

Scoobman

406 posts

143 months

Monday 14th January
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B'stard Child said:
loafer123 said:
gizlaroc said:
This interview with him sums it up quite nicely.


https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilet...
Very interesting insight.

Well worth reading.
Proper "Nailed it" I thought
Agreed - I thought so too

Vanden Saab

1,585 posts

12 months

Monday 14th January
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B'stard Child said:
Helicopter123 said:
In all the discussions on here you think that is going to advance your cause or convert anyone to agree with you

Have a watch of this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLG9g7BcjKs
Christopher Guilluy said:
The middle-class reaction to the yellow vests has been telling. Immediately, the protesters were denounced as xenophobes, anti-Semites and homophobes. The elites present themselves as anti-fascist and anti-racist but this is merely a way of defending their class interests. It is the only argument they can muster to defend their status, but it is not working anymore.

Who would of thought that both of these would have appeared on the same page...




BlackLabel

11,179 posts

61 months

Monday 14th January
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It’s a tragic case sure however Goddard and his yellow vested mates are still going on about this “justice for our boys” campaign where supporters are claiming that the case below was actually a jihadi murder which was covered up by the establishment.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/28/dr...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6583351/H...




The Dangerous Elk

4,571 posts

15 months

Monday 14th January
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BlackLabel said:
It’s a tragic case sure however Goddard and his yellow vested mates are still going on about this “justice for our boys” campaign where supporters are claiming that the case below was actually a jihadi murder which was covered up by the establishment.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/28/dr...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6583351/H...
Who cares, it is just a tiny collection of idiots....the "Far Right" are not even a pimple on the arse of a pig.