Italy: Salvini tells France to “get rid of a terrible Macron”

Popish Islamoprop:

Mohammedan migrants are just like Jesus, or something….

Pope Francis said Friday that Jesus still suffers abandonment in the world in the persons of migrants and all whom society rejects.

“How do we react to Jesus who suffers, travels, and migrates in the face of so many of our friends, of so many strangers whom we have learned to make invisible?” he asked hundreds of thousands of young people gathered in Panama for World Youth Day.

Tear Gas, Fires, and Riot Police at Paris Yellow Vest Protest

French doctors say that the number of Yellow Vest protesters with serious injuries is “unprecedented”

1 800 protesters and 1 000 police officers have been injured.

Isn’t this starting to resemble a civil war?

Police officers walk amidst the teargas after firing it during a demonstration by yellow vest protestors in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. Scattered skirmishes broke out amid mainly peaceful yellow vest marches Saturday in Paris and around France, as the movement kept up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron despite internal …AP Photo/Michel Euler

PARIS (AP) — France’s yellow vest movement kept up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron with mainly peaceful marches and scattered skirmishes Saturday, its 11th straight weekend action despite internal divisions and growing worries about protest violence.

Multiple anti-government protests took place in Paris and other cities, centered on Macron policies seen as favoring the rich. France deployed about 80,000 police officers to patrol the events and to disperse trouble.

Doctors, activists and others are sounding the alarm over the number of serious injuries suffered by Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement activists at the hands of police during the past several weeks.

A few cars were set ablaze in the Normandy town of Evreux. In Paris, crowds gathered at the columned headquarters of France’s lower house of parliament. Police used tear gas on demonstrators at the iconic Bastille Plaza who hurled items within reach.

More below the fold.

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Macron : Brexit ‘Can’t Be Delivered’, Leave Vote Was ‘Manipulated’

Macron would know everything about vote manipulation. Just like his backers manipulated the vote against LePen.

Italy’s Salvini hopes France will get rid of ‘terrible’ Macron
Italy's Salvini hopes France will get rid of 'terrible' Macron
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
As the French government finds itself in a precarious situation, Italy’s populists continue to stick the boot in.

In the latest in a series of incendiary comments aimed at maligned centrist French president Emmanuel Macron, Italy’s far-right Interior Minister worsened already strained relations between Rome and Paris by saying he hoped the French could soon free themselves of their “terrible president.”

To catch a thief in Sweden:

This is why people are loosing trust in the mainstream media.

Above is a photo released by Swedish police to try and find these suspects.

Below is the photo after being censored by Swedish media SVT…

Surely there is no hidden agenda from the media here, right?

Italian Police to Investigate Migrant Transport Vessel
Hugh Fitzgerald: Denise Spellberg on Jefferson’s “Marked Interest” In Islam

(Part One)

“American Founding Fathers demonstrated a marked interest in the faith and its practitioners,” she claims. No, they did not. Neither Washington, nor John Adams, nor Madison, nor Alexander Hamilton, nor John Jay, nor Benjamin Franklin. And what little they did write about Islam was always negative.

A Yellow vest demonstrator wearing a crown prepares to march down the Champs Elysees in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. France’s yellow vest protesters are hitting the streets again, keeping up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron even as internal divisions and frustration over protest violence cloud the movement’s future. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Armored vehicles circled the Arc de Triomphe monument as a group of protesters weaved down the elegant Champs-Elysees, the site of recent rioting.

Some yellow vest leaders want to maintain momentum by holding protests after dark as well as during the day. Two groups planned Saturday events at Place de la Republique in eastern Paris, and some protesters threatened to try to defy police and stay overnight.

Macron has sapped some support for the movement by taking an active role in recent days in a national debate in towns across France, launched to address the protesters’ concerns.

Yellow vest demonstrators pass by the National Assembly during a march in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. France’s yellow vest protesters hit the streets again Saturday, keeping up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron even as internal divisions and frustration over protest violence cloud the movement’s future. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Participants at the Champs-Elysees march called Macron’s national debate a “smoke screen” to distract the French from his pro-business policies. They expressed views from the far left to the far right, or a middle-ground, middle-class malaise. Many want Macron to restore France’s wealth tax and allow the public to propose national referendums on anything from pulling France out of the euro to rewriting the constitution.

“We are forgotten,” said protester Mervyn Ramsamy, a hospital employee from north of Paris lamenting recent closures of maternity wards and other medical services in already struggling areas. “We won’t give up.”

It’s unclear how long the movement can maintain its momentum. Macron scrapped the fuel tax hike that initially sparked the protests and offered widespread tax relief when the protest violence hit a peak in December.

A yellow vest demonstrator holds up a banner reading ‘Yellow vest, World Revolution against Finance’, as they set up barricades and light fires in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. France’s yellow vest protesters hit the streets again Saturday, keeping up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron even as internal divisions and frustration over protest violence cloud the movement’s future. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

A 52-year-old home care worker who identified herself only as Nadine says the measures aren’t enough, so she’s still protesting. “I have a salary of 1,200 euros. I don’t run out of money by the 15th of the month, I run out of money by the 6th of the month. I can no longer manage to survive. That’s why I’m here, because nothing is moving, nothing is changing,” she said on the Champs-Elysees.

One branch of the movement launched a bid this week for the European Parliament elections in May, but other protest leaders disagree with the idea.

In another challenge for the yellow vest movement, rival groups calling themselves the “red scarves” plan demonstrations Sunday to condemn violence unleashed by recent protests.

Police officers apprehend a yellow vest demonstrator in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. Scattered skirmishes broke out amid mainly peaceful yellow vest marches Saturday in Paris and around France, as the movement kept up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron despite internal divisions and growing worries about protest violence. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Police armed with guns firing non-lethal rubber balls — which have seriously injured several — are equipped with body cameras Saturday for the first time, in an experiment to record use of the weapons, providing context and eventual evidence if needed.

In between the Saturday protests, yellow-vested crowds occupy scattered roundabouts and tollbooths around France , disrupting traffic to express a sense of neglect by the central government. The movement began Nov. 17, named after the fluorescent garments French motorists must carry in case of emergency.

A yellow vest demonstrators hurls an object at police during a protest in Paris, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. Scattered skirmishes broke out amid mainly peaceful yellow vest marches Saturday in Paris and around France, as the movement kept up pressure on President Emmanuel Macron despite internal divisions and growing worries about protest violence. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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