Yellow Vest protests are in the 10th week.

Yellow Vest protests are in the 10th week.

While Macron continues to try to calm the public through debates the Yellow Vest protests enter the 10th week. The Yellow Vest protests have grown from protests over fuel taxes to now include protesting suspected government corruption, and claims of a government control by elites that disregard the working class.

Blaeingr 1 year

Beautiful... ignore the working poor and middle class in the rural areas, because city people are just better in all aspects.

Spartacus 1 year

Too busy pushing his agenda to care about his populace

Randy Souse-Git
Randy Souse-Git 1 year

Ah, Pari... Ze wonderful smell of burning autos end ze sound of glass shattering amid the delicate bloom of ze flash bang. Tres magnifique.

Julio Valencia
Julio Valencia 1 year

France has always been the pulse of things to come in Europe. For a the head of the country to ignore the working class is not only ignorant, but it also shows the direction of politics to come.

AshLiamBerg 1 year

Ignore them? Time to step it up a notch people!

Samuel Pearson
Samuel Pearson 1 year

Break out the guillotines!

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 year

People think American police brutality is bad. Macron has police officers breaking jaws and shooting uninvolved bystanders. A teenage boy was brutalized by police for simply trying to bypass a protest. The man has gone full Hitler levels of policing: no one is safe in France as long as Macron is running the nation.

tbarwaifu 1 year

Macron should be more concerned, the last time the French were this outraged people really lost their heads!

Brandon Barnett
Brandon Barnett 1 year

It's time for Macron to step down.

Max Maidment
Max Maidment 1 year

Ignore? Or continue brutalising?

David James
David James 1 year

I always thought the French protested alot. But damn, that was nothing, just a regular Tuesday. THIS is protesting, and good for them, genuinely nice to see, people can only take so much abuse. The government and globalists should be glad it wasn't over the "refugees".

Jay Orzecki
Jay Orzecki 1 year

The rest of the worlds so called "Elites" should take a good look at this, because this is coming for all of them if they don't start changing their ways. I'll be damned if I'm gonna sit by and watch them destroy this planet that my kids will be left dealing with, like many of everyone else's children. No more standing by and letting these scum dictate how they are going to carry on with these inequalities and how everybody else not in the top 1% are just here to serve their agendas by working ourselves into an early grave, just so our children can pick up where we drop off. Damn it I'm pissed!

Axe Grim Skot
Axe Grim Skot 1 year

May the French people find the strength, courage and resolve to break the oligarchs!

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

Nowhere in this article is Macron or anyone else quitedof saying ignore the yellow vests! It's even hard to gather that statement from reading between the lines!

メアミイケナヤpaisley 1 year

Macron’s “let them eat cake” policies are being shown up for what they are. I so hope for real change as the concerted attacks (via taxation and legislated loss of liberties) on the working and middle class by the elites must be challenged!

Nika D
Nika D 1 year

France has always had a bit of Stockholm syndrome. Hopefully they can keep focused here.

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 1 year

keep fighting

Luficer Morningstar
Luficer Morningstar 1 year

Until the yellow vests start going on the offensive and raid weapon caches and start fighting back and remove their leader and the elites in power wake me up later.

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