Sunday, December 9, 2018

VIDEO: The Latest From the Violent Protests in Paris

At least 135 people were injured, including 17 police officers, in Paris on Saturday, after the "Yellow Vests" protest turned violent, according to RT.

The French Interior Ministry reports that more than 1,000 people were put in custody.

This is the fourth week of 'Yellow Vests' protests, which turned into the worst urban rioting in decades in the French capital.

Eric Margolis writes:
King Louis XVI faced the same fiscal problem and lost his head as a result. President Macron, a former Rothschild banker, now faces the angry bourgeoisie and mobs of gutter vandals calling for his head. With the departure of the UK from the EU and the end of Angela Merkel’s long tenure in Germany, it appeared that Macron would become Europe’s leader. Now, there is even talk of a coup in Paris. Mon dieu!
But the question must be asked: If Marcon is pushed out, qui lui succède?

Lady Liberty does not appear to be on the list of candidates.

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