A French Lawyer Speaks Out (Again)

In a previous post I featured a video put out by a French lawyer called Georgia Pouliquen. The video was English language and featured some of the violence being meted out during the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) protests. Georgia Pouliquen lived just down the road from me (in Limoges). She’s now had to flee France for fear of persecution. Georgia Pouliquen is now in the UK (she must be mad, thinking that the UK is any safer) and gave a talk at Ian Crane’s recent Alternative View (AV) 10 conference. The embed that follows is well worth a watch, because this kind of state violence will be coming to your western country sometime soon, if you try to resist. I will follow it with some quick vids from the demonstration last weekend, Acte 27, which whilst comparatively peaceful in Paris saw major (police) violence in places like Reims and Toulouse…

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11 Responses to A French Lawyer Speaks Out (Again)

  1. freddy says:

    EU facing EXISTENTIAL CRISIS warns Emmanuel Macron,
    as latest poll puts his party BEHIND Le Pen’s
    “As head of state, it is my responsibility to stop nationalists from breaking Europe apart.”

    break out the trumpets.

    The kings are falling, all over Europe.

  2. freddy says:

    Explosion in French city of Lyon, at least 8 injured

  3. freddy says:

    French police were pulling out all the stops on Saturday to locate a suspect following a blast in the heart of Lyon that wounded 13 people.

    This is quite improbable, three days after an attack, the massive resource of
    The French State cannot kill or find a bomber in Lyon?

    • freddy says:

      The blast occurred two days ahead of hotly contested European Parliament elections and while France remains on edge owing to terrorist attacks which have rocked the country.

      Heitz has taken charge of the investigation into “attempted murder in relation with a terrorist enterprise and association with terrorist criminals”.

      French Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet said however that it was too soon to say whether the blast could be termed a “terrorist act”.

      If nobody has been detained by the forces of
      The French State

      then some people might imagine this terror attack three days before an election in which Macron is losing the argument
      might “encourage” people to be scared and vote for law and order, meaning Macron’s lot?

  4. freddy says:

    “The most perilous moment for Europe since the second world war”
    A quote from Emmanuel Macron

    It sounds like Emmanuel is shitting himself.

    • Rob Godfrey Rob Godfrey says:

      Hi Freddy. I was down in my nearest big village this morning. There were a large number of people about, for a Sunday. Most of them were there to vote in the Marie (town hall, which is where ballots take place in rural France). Press reports are saying that this is the biggest election turn out in France in four decades. I’m not going to make any predictions. I’ll just say that it will be fascinating to see the election results tomorrow.

      Macron might need to change his nappy, even if the election is rigged.

  5. freddy says:

    Hi Rob, I was at a beer festival on Sunday, walking distance from my gaff, which was handy, we voted on Thursday.

    Police nab suspect for Lyon bomb job.

    Sources close to the investigation suspected the explosive was acetone peroxide, or APEX, a volatile compound used in the deadly Paris attacks on November 13, 2015.

  6. freddy says:

    Le Pen’s party took 22 European parliament seats

  7. freddy says:

    Despite the entire machinery of government turned over to the promotion of the president, despite the stalwart support of BFMTV, the news network colloquially known in France as Macron TV, the president is a busted flush.

    Only in the French media is it unnoticed that on every front, Macron has failed. The country has been in a state of political and social emergency for months. The bankers have moved to Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Notre Dame has been destroyed, only for Macron to announce an international competition to rebuild it as a monument to himself.


  8. freddy says:

    Come on Rob, we are keen to hear your views on how Macron clings on, even after coming second to Le Pen.

  9. freddy says:

    The Algerian man suspected to have planted a parcel bomb in the central French city of Lyon that wounded 13 people last week has told investigators that he had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (IS) group, a judicial source said Thursday.


    France has been on high alert following a wave of deadly jihadist terror attacks since 2015 which have killed more than 250 people.

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