France rises up against the new fascism

“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 elsewhere.

But now, with the announcement that vaccine passports will be required for cafés, restaurants, leisure centres, shopping malls and trains, something seems to have snapped.

The arguments about viruses and masks and lockdowns now seem less relevant in the face of this chilling assault on the most fundamental of human rights.

Even the jab itself is not really the issue any more, with those who have already had it joining in the protests against the totalitarian laws due to come into place on August 1.

I was impressed by the turn-out for the emergency protest in Montpellier on Wednesday July 14, but Saturday’s numbers were on a completely different scale.

Even the authorities at the Préfecture admitted that there were 5,000 on the streets on a hot Mediterranean afternoon.

The crowd represented a very wide cross-section of the local population. The Gilets Jaunes had already started this process of breaking down the old “left” and “right” political divisions in favour of a broad popular struggle against the power elite.

But the process has now clearly gone a step further, with a new mood of defiant unity that must be striking fear into the hearts of Macron and his cronies, not to speak of Klaus Schwab and the global string-pullers.

The sense of possibility has been increased by the news that the French Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti is under criminal investigation for allleged “conflicts of interest”.

“We don’t want the pass sanitaire!” chanted the thousands in Montpellier. “Macron resign!” “Résistance!” “Liberté!”

It was the same picture everywhere, with massive numbers not just in Paris, but all across France, as this compilation sets out.

The people took to the streets in Aix-en-Provence, Quimper, Annecy, Lyons, Perpignan, Nice, Metz, Lille, Dijon, Caen, Toulouse, Reims, Saint-Brieuc, Pau, Strasbourg, Rouen, La Rochelle, Brest, Mulhouse, Bayonne, Narbonne, Saint-Étienne, Albi, Nîmes and La Réunion.

They protested in Toulon, Marseilles, Bordeaux, Nantes and Rennes. Tear gas was used on protesters at Besançon and demonstrators blocked a main road at Chambéry.

The politics of division seem to be failing as the French people come together to defend the principles of liberté, égalité and fraternité on which their republic is supposed to be founded.

I bumped into a couple of anarchist friends on the protest and also took a leaflet from a group called Arme Révolutionnaire Marxiste.

This condemns the “Apartheid sanitaire” being imposed by the state: “Treated like fearful cattle, ever more controlled, divided and stripped of our freedoms, we are condemned by power to still further exploitation.

“But this time the government’s medicine is not going down, there are more and more of us all the time who understand the reality of this medical mascarade, just as we understand better and better the scam of elections”.

Insisted Gilet Jaune Michelle: “This vaccine passport just can’t happen. We can’t give up”.

P.C.

Disobdience! We are not QR codes.
“Our children are not guinea pigs” “My body does not belong to medicine”
Yes to unconditional freedom
For enlightened choice
66 million men and women can still say no. Resist! You are not alone!
Down with the techno-medical dictatorship!
“Together, ‘vaccinated’ or not. No to intimidation, constraint, discrimination. Yes to free choice, equality, fraternity”

Vaccinated or not, united and in solidarity for our freedoms!
You are powerful, Act like it.
A lie repeated a thousand times becomes a truth

14 thoughts on “France rises up against the new fascism

  1. The people have the power. We must overthrow tyrants like Macron, Schwab, Gates, Fauci, Biden and all techno feudalists with their Grand Theft World insanity. No one should be pressured, coerced or subjected to reprisal for refusing a medical treatment, including the COVID vaccine.

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  2. Always remember that we outnumber them 10,000 to 1 & that they work for us. If not, let’s do as the Roman Mob used to do & remove them from office starting with the financiers. Nothing could happen without their control of the financial system. Remove them first & the rest will fall.

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  3. An old prophecy by several Catholic saints and holy men has it that one day France will get into a terrific jam, and will get out of it at the last minute when the democratically elected clowns ruling France are replaced by a devout Catholic and descendant of the great medieval kings of France. The French monarch will team up with a newly elected and very great pope and turn not only France, but the entire world, around.

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    1. Me too, but now this needs to get the “surrender monkeys” in Canada moving like this too.
      Hopefully this will inspire and motivate them!

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    2. History ! French révolution , people in the streets for decades , may 1968 ( shut down if the whole country .. etc….
      french have always spoken up and out !!

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  4. Maybe the spineless Americans I live with will finally stop all the infighting with one another over the 24/7 Media government controlled and contrived racial, political and fake COVID propaganda ment to divide us as they attempt to clamp down and take control.

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    1. USSA has got Creepy Joe with the memory of a goldfish and Germany has STASI Erika with the IQ of a dead goldfish. We’re all doooooomed!

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  5. Reblogged this on Zero Lift-Off and commented:
    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!

    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

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  6. I live in rural South West France and, although I’m currently unable to attend a ‘manifestation’, I am very happy to see the French are refinding their backbones
    Excellent! The WEF and cronies must be defeated once and for all and any who have been complicit with the disastrous restrictions will, I am sure, find themselves in court with their evil masters. The truth will out and shockwaves will be felt across the world.
    Up the revolution!

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  7. Reblogged this on and commented:
    It seems that Macron is being allowed to really push the boundaries with vaccine passports to test the waters and guage the reaction. On Bastille Day and on Saturday 17.7 across France, he started to get some answers to that. Answers he will not like. For all of us, it’s vital that the French people defeat Macron’s diktat. What’s also vital is that the rest of us take inspiration from the French people and resist wherever we are. This is a fight we cannot afford to lose…

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  8. Reblogged this on The Most Revolutionary Act and commented:
    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 elsewhere. But now, with the announcement that vaccine passports will be required for cafés, restaurants, leisure centres, shopping malls and trains, something seems to have snapped.

    Liked by 1 person

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