The French government are considering a state of emergency in response to a third week of rioting by the Yellow Vest movement. The beleaguered Macron government are considering all options including a state of emergency and calling in the Army in order to prevent a fourth weekend of rioting across France.
The yellow vest movement was triggered by crippling fuel prices and tax hikes that have left many normal French citizens unable to make ends meet. The Yellow Vest movement protests get their name from the fluorescent yellow ‘hi-viz’ jackets that all French motorists are required to keep in their car in case of emergencies.
Macron, who is really just a mouthpiece for the French establishment elites, including the French Rothschilds, decided on the fuel and tax hike in order to combat 'climate change'. But many normal French people are outraged at the expense that will leave many completely unable to make ends meet. Nevertheless, the tone-deaf Macron government have pledged to not change course, and will continue with their current reform plan.
The French interior minister has labeled the protesters 'right-wing thugs' a sentiment echoed by the mainstream media in France and elsewhere in Europe. The yellow vests are clearly not serving the globo-homo agenda, and we can expect the establishment elites to crack down hard now.
The Yellow vests have demanded Macron's resignation, who's approval rating is at an absolutely critical low at this point.
French police are unable to cope with the sheer size and scope of the yellow vest movement. Despite extremely heavy-handed tactics with tear gas and water cannons, the riots have continued to escalate all across France.
Police have reported that over48 police have been injured in Toulouse alone.
The Celtic Cross flag is spotted among the Yellow Vests, it's clear this is not just about fuel prices alone, rather it's the straw that broke the camels back. There is a genuine spirit of nationalism gripping the Yellow vest movement.
French police officers have demonstrated solidarity and loyalty to the French people in opposition to Macron. The police are reportedly very demoralized and have nearly exhausted their entire supply of tear gas. It's looking more and more likely that Macron will turn to the military if the riots continue next weekend.
The streets across France now resemble an apocalyptic warzone, but there really seems to be a populist revolutionary atmosphere around the Yellow vests now.
You can really get an idea of sheer size and scope of the yellow vest movement as hundreds descend upon the streets across France and the clearly demoralized French riot police.
It seems Macron has already taken steps to safeguard the status quo in response to the rioting and revolutionary atmosphere in France now. Snipers have been pictured on rooftops overlooking the Yellow vests.