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France Steeling for Massive General Strike
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12-02-2019 03:33 PM

 




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France Steeling for Massive General Strike
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As France begins its Christmas season, it is also steeling itself for what may be the most important general strike since 1995.

The strike begins December 5th, and it is supported by 70% of France. That would normally be enough for a government to pull back such an unwanted change, but Macron has shown week after week that he is willing to brutally repress dissenters.

Act 3, Year 2 of the Yellow Vests was held nationwide, and many Yellow Vests joined a march against rising poverty, high joblessness and Macron’s next right-wing reform to the unemployment system.

https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/12/0...ral-strike
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12-02-2019 04:16 PM

 




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I'm not French but isn't Macron a pro-immigration globalist who supports strong centralized government?

That would make him left-wing.

But I haven't gone over his policies with a fine-toothed comb. So maybe someone from France could chime in.
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12-02-2019 06:33 PM

 




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RE: France Steeling for Massive General Strike
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-02-2019 04:16 PM)
I'm not French but isn't Macron a pro-immigration globalist who supports strong centralized government?

That would make him left-wing.

But I haven't gone over his policies with a fine-toothed comb. So maybe someone from France could chime in.

Nope, neo liberal, he is doing to France what thatcher did to the UK, the irony of US democrats supporting similar policies in France they rail at in the US such As selling off everything not nailed down, cutting workers rights, reducing healthcare and welfare payments, locking up migrants and deporting them, but hey this is the EU it Is perfect...

The problem is your have a clash or German ordo liberalism and macrons neo liberalism and it’s not going to be pretty...
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12-02-2019 06:46 PM

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RE: France Steeling for Massive General Strike
'Strikes are the only way to achieve progress in France': French unions justify action to paralyse country

Large parts of France will grind to a halt in December, possibly for weeks. We asked four of the country's biggest unions what they are fighting for and why they believe their strike action justifies the huge level of disruption it will likely cause.
French unions are bracing for December 5th when they go on what is expected to be a hugely disruptive strike, involving railway workers, Metro and bus drivers, hauliers, teachers, airline ground crew, air traffic controllers and postal workers.

Their goal is to force the government to drop a controversial new pension reform.

https://www.thelocal.fr/20191128/decembe...-in-france

Explainer: What's at stake in Macron's reform of France's cherished pensions?

WHAT DOES MACRON’S PENSION REFORM AIM TO DO?
Macron wants to set up a single points-based pension system in which each day worked earns points for a worker’s future pension benefits.

That would mark a big break from the existing set-up with 42 different sector-specific pension schemes, each with different levels of contributions and benefits.

Currently pension benefits are based on a worker’s 25 highest earning years in the private sector and the last six months in the public sector.

The president says that a points-based system would be fairer and simpler. It would also put pension funding on a sounder footing as the population ages.

At 14% of economic output, French spending on public pensions is among the highest in the world. An independent pension committee forecast the system would run a deficit of more than 17 billion euros, 0.7% of GDP, by 2025 if nothing is done....

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-franc...SKBN1Y31GO

He just wants to make it more American.

So instead of receiving your pension, they fire you at age 50 and hire a milineal cheap.

chuckle

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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12-02-2019 09:35 PM

 




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RE: France Steeling for Massive General Strike
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (12-02-2019 06:46 PM)
'Strikes are the only way to achieve progress in France': French unions justify action to paralyse country
...
Their goal is to force the government to drop a controversial new pension reform.

https://www.thelocal.fr/20191128/decembe...-in-france

Explainer: What's at stake in Macron's reform of France's cherished pensions?

WHAT DOES MACRON’S PENSION REFORM AIM TO DO?
Macron wants to set up a single points-based pension system in which each day worked earns points for a worker’s future pension benefits.

That would mark a big break from the existing set-up with 42 different sector-specific pension schemes, each with different levels of contributions and benefits.

Currently pension benefits are based on a worker’s 25 highest earning years in the private sector and the last six months in the public sector.
...
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-franc...SKBN1Y31GO

He just wants to make it more American.

So instead of receiving your pension, they fire you at age 50 and hire a milineal cheap.

chuckle

Striking now will save their retirement pensions when they are going to really need them. Go France!
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RE: France Steeling for Massive General Strike
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-02-2019 03:33 PM)
As France begins its Christmas season, it is also steeling itself for what may be the most important general strike since 1995.

The strike begins December 5th, and it is supported by 70% of France. That would normally be enough for a government to pull back such an unwanted change, but Macron has shown week after week that he is willing to brutally repress dissenters.

Act 3, Year 2 of the Yellow Vests was held nationwide, and many Yellow Vests joined a march against rising poverty, high joblessness and Macron’s next right-wing reform to the unemployment system.

https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/12/0...ral-strike

And what's the bet it will not be held right outside the source of all France's problems...?

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Nope....Antifa France™ Inc will burn bins in Gay Paris and set little local private Businesses and vehicles afire while shrieking they own French Streets.... Which their Moms and Dads probably do when the masks come off for their bar mitzvah's

“We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.”

~ James Paul Warburg, February 17, 1950, appearance before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
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Depending on how this election goes the English might be joining them.... the railways already are with a SW trains going for a 27 day strike starting today..
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RE: France Steeling for Massive General Strike
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-02-2019 09:35 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (12-02-2019 06:46 PM)
'Strikes are the only way to achieve progress in France': French unions justify action to paralyse country
...
Their goal is to force the government to drop a controversial new pension reform.

https://www.thelocal.fr/20191128/decembe...-in-france

Explainer: What's at stake in Macron's reform of France's cherished pensions?

WHAT DOES MACRON’S PENSION REFORM AIM TO DO?
Macron wants to set up a single points-based pension system in which each day worked earns points for a worker’s future pension benefits.

That would mark a big break from the existing set-up with 42 different sector-specific pension schemes, each with different levels of contributions and benefits.

Currently pension benefits are based on a worker’s 25 highest earning years in the private sector and the last six months in the public sector.
...
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-franc...SKBN1Y31GO

He just wants to make it more American.

So instead of receiving your pension, they fire you at age 50 and hire a milineal cheap.

chuckle

Striking now will save their retirement pensions when they are going to really need them. Go France!

Yep.

Don't let the fratboy mafia and sorority syndicate take your pensions.

It'll only take tens of billions to shore it up.

Compare that to our $Trillion a year deficits, they can raise the money.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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