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Because that worked so well for Germany after WW1?
@Ianto what are you even talking about? I was thinking about Napoleon brought order to France, following the French revolution 😂
I think the issue had nothing to do with people living in France, rather those living abroad elected Emmanuel Macron. People in France voted Marie Le Pen, if I'm not mistaken.
Why might that be the case with the Yellow Vest Movement? In France last year, the movement began out of stifling taxes and a decimated working class left disenfranchised by mass urban development and policies imposed on them by the globalist elite as far as I know.
Are they destroying or damaging property?
Many things in life are contextual. The inauguration of Donald Trump resulted in significant property damage despite there not being any major things to warrant protest. There has been damage done during the Hong Kong protests; they're fighting for their sovereignty and against major human rights abuses of the Chinese government. What nuances exist that make the two movements similar outside, perhaps, property damage? Might there be sources you can reference?
Definitely. There are issues in Canada under the leadership of Justin Trudeau. He's been enacting similar types of policies that led to the Yellow Vest Movement in Europe (e. g., in France, carbon taxes were imposed, which too is an issue in Canada).
One must remember too that the French are the sort prone to this sort of protest, it's engrained into their culture. More egregious lapses in governmental sense would likely be required to elicit a similar response in people of many other cultures.Of course fuel taxes, the precipitating issue, are fairly universally reviled.
I am not too worried about the media. Media portrayal of such events is often skewed, that and media outlets have a short attention span.
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