Macron Threatens To Shoot Down Protestors

Macron Threatens To Shoot Down Protestors

The Yellow Vest protests in France have taken off again after a relative lull over Christmas and the New Year. And a shaky, panicking regime seems to be making things even worse with heavy-handed threats of repressive new laws against demonstrations and by putting heavily-armed police on the streets.


To excuse the clampdown, the Macron regime and its fake news MSM allies have made a great deal out an an incident when a retired boxer was filmed throwing punches at the shields and helmets of a group of Robocop armoured riot police, who had been beating unarmed protesters.

The French public, however, are not fooled,  as they know that the vast majority of the violence at the protests is carried out or provoked by the police.

A fundraising campaign launched to support the boxer, Christophe Dettinger,  raised more than 115,000 euros in less than 48 hours. This prompted the bank used to close the fund, a action which further drew attention to the role of the banks as close collaborators with Rothschild stooge Macron.

In addition to decrees outlawing ‘unauthorised protests’, the Macron regime has also declared its readiness to shoot down its own people. French riot police have deployed semi-automatic weapons with live ammunition against Yellow Vest protestors for the first time.

Officers were filmed brandishing Heckler & Koch G36 weapons by the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Saturday afternoon.

The presence of semi-automatic rifles at a demonstration by unarmed French citizens shows how President Emmanuel Macron’s law and order crisis spirals.

It comes after former conservative minister Luc Ferry called for live fire to be used against the ‘thugs’ from the Yellow Vest movement who he says ‘beat up police’.

Mr Ferry, who is now a full time philosopher, said: ‘What I don’t understand is that we don’t give the means to the police to put an end to this violence.’

When it was suggested that guns might lead to wounding or worse, Mr Ferry said: ‘So what?’

Not all the police, however, are happy about being used as Macron’s stormtroopers.

Alexandre Langlois, general secretary of the Vigi-CGT-Police union, wondered about a possible strategy of the tension played by the State:

“It seems as if they are working to achieve this result. That is the feeling police officers have when they see how they are being led in the field. There is a desire for an escalation of violence in order to undermine the credibility of the movement rather than provide political answers to the Yellow Vests. The State can no longer continue to play confrontation, given the state of exhaustion of the police forces and the fact that some of them support the Yellow Vests’ proposals on purchasing power. These tensions are created by people in offices, people that never receive any blows.”

Only one thing is certain for now: The Yellow Vest protests will continue and tensions will keep growing. One more bad move by Macron, and if the police start shooting demonstrators with live rounds, and France could become completely ungovernable.

Given that the Macron state is now the unofficial leader of the liberal forces within the EU, such events could have huge ramifications far beyond the tear-gas soaked streets of Paris. Watch this space!