France is seeing huge protests against below-inflation pay rises and Macron mishandling of energy and economy – you won’t hear about it from the UK ‘mainstream’ media, but you can watch here. Spread the word…
While the UK languishes under Tory plans of further needless cuts, a complete lack of meaningful opposition from the Labour front bench and a constant stream of propaganda and misinformation by so-called ‘mainstream’ news outlets, just across the Channel in France, the people have been out on the streets for a week in mass protests against the real-terms pay cuts and mismanagement of the energy crisis of the Macron government.
But you would never guess it was happening just a few miles away, if you rely on UK print and broadcast media.
The BBC and Sky News have not mentioned it, nor do any of the print media seem to have bothered to inform their readers, as searches of their websites and wider Google searches indicate:
A wider Google search reveals only foreign news coverage of the protests:
Clearly the UK Establishment is worried that if people here wake up to the fact that the French are rebelling against government abuse that is less foul than what is happening in the UK, then British people may similarly rise up and refuse to tolerate it, taking our righteous anger to the streets until there is the change that none of the main parties are now offering.
And they are determined to keep everyone from hearing about it.
But you can watch below, at least until and unless the non-stop feed is removed – and you can do your part in raising awareness by sharing it:
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