Violent protests have erupted across France which started from the “yellow vest” protests which was sparked by fuel tax Emmanuel Macron’s disapproval rating reaching an all-time high of a reported 73%. So much for Macron being the saviour EU nationalism.
The French capital, Paris underwent a third consecutive weekend of violent protest, the local police used stun grenades, water cannons and tear gas to counter the protesters who reportedly were creating fires and throwing debris at the police.
The riotous scenes in Paris led to 133 people being injured and 422 ended up being arrested amidst the exceptionally troubling Paris protest.
Leave.EU took to Twitter to share a video of the events that took place and said: “Perhaps @EmmanuelMacron, you could sort out the shithole that is your own country before dishing out threats to Britain…”
A Local report highlighted the fact that these scenes were replicated across the country which included a reported 136,000 anti-establishment protesters taking to the streets. Most prominent were:
- Toulouse: Where 57 people were injured which includes 48 local police.
- Marseille: 21 protesters were arrested, crimes included stealing and setting a police car blaze.
- Dijon: 9 protesters were arrested for so-called ‘serious disturbances’, 9 protesters and 10 officers of the law were injured during the protest.
The people are rebelling against the government, leadership and direction of France. Emmanuel Macron and the French government are set to hold a urgent security briefing. Perhaps Mr. Macron should focus on the affairs of his own country before meddling in prospect of an EU military force and Brexit.
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