Macron Suspends Carbon Tax Due To Public Outrage, Riots

Juan Murphy
Juan Murphy

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France’s prime minister on Tuesday suspended planned increases to fuel taxes for six months in response to weeks of sometimes violent protests, the first major U-turn by President Emmanuel Macron’s administration after 18 months in office.

In announcing the decision, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said anyone would have “to be deaf or blind” not to see or hear the anger on the streets over a policy that Macron has defended as critical to combating climate change.

As well as a six-month delay in introducing the carbon-tax increases, Philippe said the period would be used to discuss other measures to help the working poor who rely on vehicles to get to work and go to the shops.

Earlier officials had hinted at possible increases to the minimum wage, but Philippe did not make any such commitment.

He warned citizens, however, that they could not expect better public services and to pay lower taxes, and that therefore compromises needed to be made on both sides.

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Carter Ross
Carter Ross

This is a good start, but once those carbon taxes are unsuspended people are likely to get mad again. You can't just rape the fiscal hell out of people like that and not expect them to revolt. You know what I'd like to see? Another massive tax revolt someday: people just organize a massive tax revolt and millions suddenly stop paying taxes. They can't enforce the law against millions of citizens if everyone is revolting at the same time.

Austin Jenkins
Austin Jenkins

Why not nullify it completely? People can't afford it!

Leo Butler
Leo Butler

This association of the far left with Zionism is confusing. Wall Street makes more sense.

Jaxson Jackson
Jaxson Jackson

Hilarious, Trump retweeted something:

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There are riots in socialist France because of radical leftist fuel taxes Media barely mentioning this America is booming, Europe is burning They want to cover up the middle class rebellion against cultural Marxism “We want Trump” being chanted through the streets of Paris

Dominic Gonzalez
Dominic Gonzalez

temporary victory, these citizens need to up their game if they decide to re-implement this, and they need to throw Macron out and stop voting in leftist bankers

Isaiah Sanchez
Isaiah Sanchez

Is this about the taxes or the ideology?

Grayson Richardson
Grayson Richardson

I guess nobody's laughing at Trump now because he didn't fall for the internationalist tricksters who wanted us all to pay them for every breath we take.

Jayden Cook
Jayden Cook

France has been ruined by the radical left, through disarmament, mass forced migration, censorship laws, political correctness, and carbon taxes on top of all that other misery just lit the fuse.

Leo Robinson
Leo Robinson

What about the right? Do you think they’re innocent? I mean, just to keep things at a boomer level of abstraction they are responsible for ecumenist civil religion, costly wars overseas, and at the very least allowing this immigration thing to get out of hand for short term profit.

Zachary Green
Zachary Green

The jew gets both sides to aim for the same goal.

Joshua Cox
Joshua Cox

Well I don't think France even has a real "right wing" party. Thats the thing, they're not allowed to speak out or have opposition. Le Pen was the closest to "right wing" they could muster, and she faced all sorts of censorship and witch hunts over there.

Elijah Collins
Elijah Collins

Right. Why bother whining about leftist aquarian messianism if the problem is much more serious? Say you have a mafia-style occupation government shortcircuiting the supposed will of its people. What point is there in waving your finger at the progressive baddies or the troglodyte ones based on ideology or policy? Policy comes from elsewhere and one’s participation in political dialog in ideological terms is insane if they’re not getting to source.

Kayden Sullivan
Kayden Sullivan

I’ll grant that in a certain sense those of us who live in more slowly revolutionary countries can look at France and say this ideology is wrong because it obviously harms the nation, bankrupts the country, and so on. But so what? The rulers will say it’s a sacrifice worth making to advance humanity beyond nation states and military conquest. They will say a one world thing is also better for spaceship earth. Not hard to anticipate why they argue these points. Byt beneath that, of course, things get infinitely more ugly.

As for a right wing Party, I defy you to find one in any formerly European country that doesn’t have connections to zionist groups.

Noah Wood
Noah Wood

I defy you to find one in any formerly European country that doesn’t have connections to zionist groups.

Well thats the problem /pol/ tends to have, unfortunately ALL parties have some Jews who support or help fund them. Its inevitable because Jews are very active and very involved, always have been. So whether we like it or not, they'll always be mingling in some affair (justified or not). Thats the problem, we see Jews everywhere, and if you hate them so much, then your not going to trust any organization, or any political affiliation…. because even the most grassroots parties attract Jewish interests.

In this case, we have no other option but to settle with the least evil, and try to make things as best we can, and maybe someday, shift the narrative against them and kick all foreigners out of national politics.

Aiden Allen
Aiden Allen

Why settle for maybe someday? Why suggest we not only allow those of foreign allegiance to dominate our institutions, not just join them and be involved (in the expansion of finance and political revolution across the globe) when we vastly outnumbers them? Nay, humanity.

William Cruz
William Cruz

Excuse me, not only allow but turn a blind eye to what has become an obvious pattern? We know who, we know what. But they have all this artificial power in the form of cultural voodoo and funny money. Okay? And?

Nolan Richardson
Nolan Richardson

What I'm saying is dramatic change takes time, when we are working with an incremental playing field. Unless there is something that stirs a huge uproar to your advantage (like an economic collapse) we are playing on an incremental timeline. And its hard to wake the masses up, let alone get anyone to do anything about it. The best we can do is to shift the political paradigm and move it towards our desires. That doesn't mean everything happens at once, or you get somekind of utopia where all the Jews just go away or tossed out. It means that things take time to reform. So we either go in for the long fight, or we give up. Or wait for a collapse, and hope that advantages us by waking the masses up and getting them angry. Politics has always been a struggle for power, it always will be.

Isaiah Rivera
Isaiah Rivera

I’m going to get out of here, but my point is that there is no lesser of two evils. They work together. They all support each other regardless of what side of the bullshit dialectic they chose as their public image. There is nothing to support except your own fear and unwillingness to make the sacrifice that someone is going to have to make eventually.

Brody Taylor
Brody Taylor

I agree about how change happens. But I believe we can exercise more agency than by voting or making propaganda. It’s already been tried with raising awareness and mobilizing identitarian groups.

Kevin Miller
Kevin Miller

They need to string Macron up by his short hairs then take it global.

Nathaniel Thompson
Nathaniel Thompson

10' of barbed wire can fix this global problem.

Eli Jenkins
Eli Jenkins

710544
Trading one jew for another is not the remedy. We have been doing that here for years and look where we are at now.

Mason Hernandez
Mason Hernandez

Philippe said the period would be used to discuss other measures to help the working poor who rely on vehicles to get to work and go to the shops.
Too little, too late.
Revolution is on its way and there is no way to stop it.

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Lincoln Roberts
Lincoln Roberts

True. I said they need to kick out Macron, maybe they should continue the riots until he resigns?

Chase Russell
Chase Russell

real news bump

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