France rises up against the new fascism

Originally posted on winter oak:
“The people have woken up – at last!” declared local Gilet Jaune rebel Michelle as she watched the vast crowds assembling on the main square of Montpellier in southern France. She has been involved with the Yellow Vest movement since the very start of the popular revolt against the Macron…

mon434

Oh I really like this sorry and the photos! I’ve walked those streets, not since quite a lot of years back, but it all looks good and familiar; the thing I love more is how these people look and what aura they give off; looking together and intelligent making a very proper necessary statement to their government and the world!

Bravo and kudos to them all; I really respect this showing! Some very handsome young and older folks here and I’m so impressed!

Vive La France! Je suis plus impressionné par les citoyens de France que par leur leadership! Tout comme ici en Amérique; le leadership est laid!

mon440

Long Live France! I’m much more impressed by the citizens of France than by their leadership! Just like here in America; the leadership is ugly!

Good to see this sort of thing by the people after the horrible global lock-down charade and suppression of global populations!

God bless them.

Lawrence Morra III

winter oak

“The people have woken up – at last!” declared local Gilet Jaune rebel Michelle as she watched the vast crowds assembling on the main square of Montpellier in southern France.

She has been involved with the Yellow Vest movement since the very start of the popular revolt against the Macron regime in November 2018.

Two years ago, in April 2019, another Gilet Jaune told me on the same spot, the Place de la Comédie, that France was witnessing “a turning point in history”.

Despite the vast levels of militarised repression used against the Yellow Vests, not to speak of the relentless propaganda in the mass media, the movement never abandoned the struggle.

Only the “emergency” of the Covid crisis pushed it, more or less, off the streets.

The spirit of revolt has not been very much in evidence in France since March 2020, with the population divided and fearful, as…

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