By Houari A. – The doors of the dialogue are closed in France, where thousands Citizens wearing yellow vests have been flabbergasted for three weeks. Every Saturday, as in Algeria in 2011, where a certain opposition, surfing on the "Arab Spring", remote control from Paris, occupied the street with the encouragement of Bernard-Henri Lévy – strangely opposed to the Yellow Vests – and media dominating French, the French "from below" meet on the very symbolic Avenue des Champs-Elysees to do battle with the police forces mobilized to stifle in the bud the wind of revolt that blows over France of the Rothschilds.
The protest is far from over. On the contrary, it seems to spread to all the cities of France and even beyond, since young Vests have timidly also manifested in Belgium. While it is still too early to talk about the "European Spring", the fact remains that the gap between citizens and leaders has widened since politicians have put themselves at the service of the large fortunes who run the world, to the detriment of the hitherto silent majority
The testimony of protesters is eloquent. We discover, in fact, that behind the glittering window of a France that attracts nearly 80 million tourists a year, hides a misery smothered by the semblance of well-being that is displayed through a deceptive aestheticism. "I have to borrow money from my father to be able to pay for the technical control of my car," a protester exclaimed, adding that her sister and her husband, who have school children, can no longer reach both. tips: "They do not eat their fill," said the French citizen interviewed by one of the television channels that turn their cameras on the Place de l'Etoile which is about to become a "Tahrir Square."
Does the sustained interest of the French mainstream media in the Yellow Vest movement aim to destabilize President Macron, whom they would like to resign, or is it intended to discredit the protest movement by focusing on scenes of looting and violence? Anyway, the events taking place in France expose the true face of the so-called democratic regime that has chosen the path of repression in an attempt to stop this breakthrough that may carry the system subservient to the bankers and to the multinationals
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Article France: Is the Place de l'Etoile becoming a "Tahrir Square?" first appeared on Patriotic Algeria .