Saturday, 21 March 2009

Encore une manif

"I am certain that if Obama and the Pelosi/Reed Congress succeed in fully implementing their agenda, there is no chance the U.S economy will recover its position as world's leading economy".
Peter Schiff

Right, Mister Schiff, you cannot recover what you haven't lost.

Telegraph reports:
Violence on Paris streets as millions protest


Schools, courts, post offices, universities and hospitals were closed, with public transport severely disrupted, as up to 200 marches were organised against President Nicolas Sarkozy's approach to the global downturn. The biggest protests were in Paris, where police said up to 85,000 people took five hours to walk from Place de la République to Place de la Nation. As the light faded, hundreds of riot police were sent to the area where anarchist groups waving revolutionary flags were among those massing. Riot police fired rounds of tear gas after demonstrators lit fires and smashed shop windows. Fighting broke out on all corners of the square, with police moving in to try to arrest ring leaders.

You have to search for this kind of news. You will learn about riots in Europe capitals from Wikipedia. Forget about "mainstream media" - machine of mass disinformation.

Chants of "Sarkozy resign" were heard as what appeared to be well organised gangs went on the rampage in surrounding streets, targeting banks and other symbols of capitalism. A riot police spokesman said: "There are a number of people who seem determined to cause trouble. We are doing everything we can to maintain order."

Baby boomers will do everything to suffocate freedom. Banks and tyrannic "democracy" are the symbols of their beliefs.

Earlier, unions said that the number of protesters nationwide had approached three million. Police put the estimate at greater than the two million who took part in similar demonstrations at the end of January. The latest strike won support across the country, with three quarters of those questioned in polls saying they feared for their futures. Mr Sarkozy unveiled a package of proposals, including tax breaks and social benefits, after January's strike, but protesters said the £2.3 billion deal was not enough. The president said on Wednesday he understood "the concerns of the French people" but ruled out plans for further measures.

Any protesters' input, though, into the economic policies will probably lead to a greater disaster. Their minds are 100% socialist. They have been brainwashed for decades by mass media and public education system. As long as life is livable (relatively), protesters will vote for Sarcozy and global imbeciles' world.

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