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    Unofficial: FINAL HOUR NEWS.

    This is how the streets of FRANCE LOOK LIKE AFTER A DAY OF PROTESTS.

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    More riots in the French capital against Macron leaves an appalling trail of carnage and destruction as France says NON!

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    Paris protesters damage Arc de Triomphe monument in worst riot in a decade; Macron vows action

    USA TODAY Published 1:15 p.m. ET Dec. 1, 2018 | Updated 4:29 p.m. ET Dec. 1, 2018


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    PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron denounced violent protesters who attacked police and vandalized a Paris monument — protesters tagged the Arc de Triomphe with multi-colored graffiti — promising they will be “held responsible for their acts.”
    Macron said Saturday that the protests which have left dozens injured and at least 224 arrested “have nothing to do with the peaceful expression of a legitimate anger.” He says “no causes justifies” attacks on police or pillaging stores and burning buildings.
    Macron said he is holding an emergency government meeting Sunday on the protests. He spoke from the Group of 20 industrial nations summit being held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    France’s prime minister also announced he was cancelling a planned trip to a major environmental conference in Poland on Sunday in the wake of his country’s worst urban violence in more than a decade. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe’s office said he will send the environment minister, Francois de Rugy, in his place to the COP24 conference in Katowice, Poland.
    The cancellation came after violent “yellow jacket” protests engulfed Paris, with protesters vandalizing the Arc de Triomphei, overturning and torching cars and ransacking stores. Protesters are angry over rising taxes and the high cost of living.
    France’s interior minister says police were not able to keep protesters from damaging the Arc de Triomphe monument in Paris or spraying it with graffiti.
    France saw its worst urban violence in a decade on Saturday as protesters trashed areas of central Paris.
    French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner, speaking on French television TF1, said “while some (protesters) invaded the Arc de Triomphe, our police forces were protecting other protesters and bystanders.”
    French television showed images of protesters inside the famous monument, spraying graffiti and taking selfies.
    Castaner said troublemakers were mixing in with ordinary protesters, called “yellow jackets” for their fluorescent vests, so they could run from police more easily. He urged protesters not to take part in violence. Central Paris was locked down by Saturday afternoon, with all roads leading away from the arc closed off as more police moved in. Police said at least 224 people have been arrested in Saturday’s riot in the French capital.
    French far-right leader Marine Le Pen urged the protesters to go home in a tweet.
    Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo tweeted her “indignation” and “deep sadness,” saying that violence is “not acceptable.”
    Protests against the high cost of living elsewhere in France on Saturday were largely peaceful.

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    This is Macron's France.. the man who tells other leaders how to lead their countries and who wants to unite Europe..

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    Roving gangs of "yellow vest" militants set heart of Paris ablaze

    Luke Baker, Sybille de La Hamaide
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    PARIS (Reuters) - Groups of young men with faces masked, some carrying metal bars and axes, rioted on the streets of central Paris on Saturday, setting a dozen vehicles ablaze and torching buildings, unleashing the city’s worst urban unrest for years.


    Firemen extinguish burning cars set afire by protesters wearing yellow vests, a symbol of a French drivers' protest against higher diesel fuel taxes, during clashes near the Place de l'Etoile in Paris, France, December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe


    Near the Ritz hotel, not far from high-end boutiques and restaurants, and in the avenues off the Arc de Triomphe, where several foreign embassies are located, gangs of violent protesters ran riot, setting a police van on fire and overturning cars. At least two buildings were aflame.
    Close to the Place Vendome, Christmas trees decorating the streets were upended, piled in the middle of an avenue and set alight, prompting chanting from scores of protesters.
    Youths smashed the windows of the flagship Apple Store on the Champs Elysees which opened just a few weeks ago. A boutique on the Rue Rivoli was broken into and looted. Banks were vandalized and scrawled with anti-government graffiti.
    Police said several hundred far-right and far-left extremists had infiltrated a demonstration by some 5,000 calmer “yellow vest” protesters who had gathered in the capital to denounce President Emmanuel Macron’s fuel tax increases.
    “We are in a state of insurrection, I’ve never seen anything like it,” Jeanne d’Hauteserre, the mayor of the city’s 8th arrondissement, near the Arc de Triomphe, told BFM TV.
    It is the third week of national unrest by the movement — named after the high-visibility jackets that all motorists in France must carry in their vehicles — and the second consecutive weekend of violent disturbance in Paris.
    As night fell on the city, there were overturned vehicles in flames around the Arc de Triomphe, an assault rifle had been stolen by protesters from a police van, and fires were burning in popular tourists areas such as Opera.
    Around Saint Lazare station, the windows of a bank were smashed before police on horseback moved down the main street, pushing protesters back. A branch of an insurance company was sprayed with graffiti reading “Macron in prison”.
    Near Madeleine, another popular tourist area, a BNP bank was vandalized and an ATM machine pulled out of the wall. Graffiti was scrawled on the building reading “Macron the clown” and “Who sows misery reaps anger”. The nearby Dior and Chanel stores had their windows shattered.
    In some areas there was very little police presence. Reuters reporters on the streets witnessed masked young men, one brandishing a crowbar, smashing up a police van and then setting it alight. Others stood on top of the vehicle in celebration.
    Firemen arrived to douse the flames. But only minutes later, another group of young men arrived, and after failing to overturn the van they detonated firecrackers inside it, causing a series of explosions.
    Tourists near the famed Galeries Lafayette department store were alarmed by the uncontrolled outpouring of violence.
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    “We went to the Galeries Lafayette as we thought we would be safe there but then we were evacuated by staff and security,” said Tina Holten, a 35-year-old visitor from Denmark. “We felt safe inside but now that we are outside we are very scared. We can’t find anywhere to go.”
    On the Rue de la Paix, one of Paris’s most expensive shopping streets, Christmas trees were left smouldering after firemen put out at least three blazes. The jewelry stores and fashion boutiques were locked up, but the Christmas decorations on the street were still sparkling.
    “The problem is that you just don’t know where it’s going to flare up next,” said Caroline Quevrain, a 23-year-old student. “It’s chaotic but the protesters wanted it that way.”
    The U.S. embassy issued a statement urging citizens to be careful, saying that “violent clashes between police and protesters” continued in at least three of Paris’s 20 districts, known as arrondissements.
    “Avoid all demonstrations, seek shelter in the vicinity of clashes, follow instructions of security personnel,” it said.
    'Yellow vest' protesters in Paris clash with police

    It was unclear what plans the police had to shut down the roving groups of protesters. Near the Arc de Triomphe, they moved in to try to control the violence, but in other areas of the city, there was next to no presence of security forces, although there were signs of the violence dying down.
    It is the worst unrest Paris has seen since at least 2005, when the outskirts were in flames over tension between the police and the youth of the poor suburbs known as “banlieues”, demonstrating over the death of two young people.


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    Notice that French Citizens protesting against gas and fuel taxes are described by Reuters as "roving gangs".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    Notice that French Citizens protesting against gas and fuel taxes are described by Reuters as "roving gangs".

    But no mention of the "roving gangs" of raping, criminal, "migrants"!
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    Protests are getting completely out of control in France.. A toll road passage is set on fire in the South

    Video https://www.facebook.com/VofEurope/v...8993377390515/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beezer View Post
    But no mention of the "roving gangs" of raping, criminal, "migrants"!
    Exactly.

    GRRRRR.
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    French police officers take off their helmets and don't want to fight against the 'Yellow Vests'
    French government may have a problem 🤔🤔

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