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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by bubba in c.a. View Post
    The protesters are white working people and heavily rural, just like the Trump base. Fuel prices may be the "issue", but the resentment of a people being replaced by 3rd world immigrants in their own country is the heart of the matter, coupled with a government that likes immigrants more than its own people. The white people have to work and suffer while the underclass gets the free ride and the government gets more power.

    Carbon footprint is a function of population growth. If France had not allowed fast breeding immigrants in the ethnic French would be producing less pollution in a country with a much smaller and solidly French population.

    Same Same America.
    Agreed. Maricon's imported diversity is a massive problem. The globohomo elites are running scared all over Europe.

  2. #12
    That area is beautiful and full of Christmas markets from Strasbourg to Ribeauville and south to Colmar. Makes sense that the Christmas area is hit.
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  3. #13
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  4. #14
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    Mar 2011
    Some action next door in Belgium due to UN Migration Pact as Prime Minister resigns.

    "The N-VA announced earlier this month that it was quitting the government because it would not support a UN migration compact. Despite its non-binding nature, Donald Trumpís administration and several EU member states, including Austria and Hungary, rejected the pact. Belgian political analysts think the N-VA took a tough line because it feared losing votes to the far-right Vlaams Belang in the May elections."
    "Stupidity is thinking you can continually outvote an endless stream of third world socialists"

  5. #15
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    Oct 2003
    I don't trust Le Pen, she reminds me of passed evils, but the others are right the French have leaned way left, for long passed most of those marching have memories,, I think bottom line is the government is scared stupid that the movement will morph into the exit the EU that has bit England and now is going strong in Italy
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  6. #16
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    Apr 2010
    Behind enemy lines (aka NY)
    The basic script:

    The French wanted socialism, got socialism, didn't like the socialism and now want to fix socialism with more socialism...

  7. #17
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    Nov 2008
    Funny how the EU is now divided about borders/border security, and “we”(the collective U.S. we) are equally divided here about borders?

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