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Petra | 
Netherlands MrStealYourDad 
Why are you so retarded. What's the point of setting someone's hard earned car on fire because you have to pay 2 cents more for gas. You aren't even near the most expensive country in Europe. You elected Macron as president, so accept his policies.
2018-12-08 16:18
+999
2018-12-08 16:20
I used to think that US was retarded, however they have actual racism to fight against. French people are just so toxic that they break actual store windows and put cars on fire because the costs go up.
2018-12-08 16:22
What's so bad about racism
2018-12-08 17:56
you're a fucking bastard
2018-12-08 20:44
#71
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Denmark BRCSLUL 
+1
2018-12-08 22:34
+1
2018-12-08 22:35
#65
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United States BigmacAttack 
name checks out
2018-12-08 21:59
#35
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Netherlands Removed 
Removed
2018-12-08 18:05
you, you can't put fire on your bicycles if one day you have a strike in your weed country
2018-12-08 20:40
In Ukraine they don't have money for education, bicycles and weed... And there certainly won't be any protest about prices because you guys don't have money anyways.
2018-12-08 21:26
that cool to believe about this about our economy and education :) when you never go more far than 3 miles from your house with your bicycle :D don't be mad half german/belgium boy
2018-12-08 21:35
Thats not even a comeback... Just cry
2018-12-08 21:37
ho shit now i'm attack by a red blond tomato face !!!! in the next post russia, putin and others stuffs gonna come on the table !!! warniiing warniiiing !!!
2018-12-08 21:38
*waiting for the next post.....
2018-12-08 21:39
already surrender ? are you french :o
2018-12-08 22:09
how is *waiting for the next post a surrender... You threaten and you come up with this? ;D gg
2018-12-08 22:13
i try to figure it to ... but ... IDK xD
2018-12-08 22:48
HAHAHA have a nice evenig
2018-12-08 23:50
man you can't even step out your house because you will be shot by Russian troops
2018-12-08 22:55
???????????? are you alright ? too much weed ? take your bicycle and go take some fresh hair.
2018-12-09 00:01
says the guy who has either a bowlcut or is bald
2018-12-11 18:41
get your ass to English class btw
2018-12-11 18:41
you are too long for answer!! not even funny now to baite you retard cunt !!! cya noob
2018-12-11 18:52
pussy
2018-12-11 19:33
can't i'm busy to make you a little sis or bro!! ha ha !! 16-0 go home noob
2018-12-11 19:56
#3
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France ponche 
You don't know anything about the situation in France don't comment retard.
2018-12-08 16:23
Go cry in a corner pussy. Countries like Spain and Greece are in a way worse economical situation yet they just go live their lives and emigrate to other countries to find work.
2018-12-08 16:24
#6
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France ponche 
You're the next in line.
2018-12-08 16:25
How is creating 100 millions of euros of damage actually going to help your country
2018-12-08 16:26
#9
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France ponche 
How are 100 millions even revelant compared to the billions stolen in people's pocket by the gov to feed international finance. You don't change things by walking like a sheep in the streets with the ennemies rules
2018-12-08 16:32
#gamersriseup
2018-12-08 16:33
#12
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France ponche 
I_avoid_flashbangs_from_the_police
2018-12-08 16:34
Expected from low IQ baguette. statista.com/statistics/467398/public-bu.. Like 1% gets spent on international finances. That is normal for all western european countries.
2018-12-08 16:35
#16
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France ponche 
officially but no
2018-12-08 16:37
Well don't listen to him, for many people here, succes is a shame, for him he only earn 1400€ per month because of politics. Hard work, good study, that's what he should do
2018-12-08 16:40
Nah, we're actually the third richest country in european union rn.
2018-12-08 21:30
yeah but people in countries like greece don't actually pay taxes, where France has some of the highest taxe rates
2018-12-08 21:41
France has shit tax rates, Netherlands, Scandinavia and Finland have high taxrates
2018-12-09 11:35
#81
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France Teellioz 
Denmark and France are the 2 countries with the most taxes in Europe, Sweden and Finland are not far away but Netherlands and Norway don’t actually have high taxrates
2018-12-09 12:12
+1
2018-12-08 21:39
that's what you get when finally le baguette gets burnt (aka france becomes black)
2018-12-08 16:24
aka france becomes a primitive zoo
2018-12-08 21:22
#8
France r8ter 
Well, unfortunatly, i'm french, and i don't understand at all. Macron has been elected, by vote, he is doing what he has been elected for and now people cry .. People are dumb, they have 0 knowledge so the only thing they can do is burning everything
2018-12-08 16:33
+1
2018-12-08 16:37
#18
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France TheArchitect 
A few things to remember : - Macron has been "badly" elected. Most of his voters voted for him to block lepen or didn't even know why they did it. So at the very first day he took power lots of people were already mad at him even if they voted for him. - Macron is the perfect symbol of 40 years of economically liberal policies that are slowly destroying public goods, services and increasing the inequalities. Actually he has the same economic policy as Francois Hollande, Sarkozy, Chirac, Mitterand and Giscard but he's really bad at hiding it, actually he doesn't even try so people are super angry.
2018-12-08 16:41
Well, you reached my point, people have 0 knowledge, so maybe if they would have been smarter they wouldn't have elected someone they doesn't want to see ? Why people are supprised that a banker favour rich people LMAO ?
2018-12-08 16:46
Blank vote worth nothing so they have no choice.
2018-12-08 16:46
Man you had so much option in the first turn you can't bring that argument on the table .. Plus some of the candidate propose that blank vote worth something
2018-12-08 16:59
Macron has been elected against Le Pen, you can't win with the Republican wall and say "they voted FOR my policies". Only 24% voters voted for his program. My point is not saying he is not legitimate, but the people's will was to beat Le Pen and to do so many people, including those against his policies voted for him. By acting like his 66% in the second turn was a plebicit of his policies, he is betraying people who voted for him. In France, the president is supposed to be the President of all french, not just his core voters. By not acting as the President of all french (and especially those who voted for him against LE PEN), he get this. That explains why there is democratic claims among the protesters : because the electing system in France is not suitable to real democracy.
2018-12-08 16:53
People voted for LE PEN to be in second turn too ? You seems to forgot that there is also a first turn. People had choice, they choose Macron period. I did not agree with everything macron does, but he is here for 5 years, let him atleast try what he have to propose
2018-12-08 16:51
How can I forget the first turn since I gave his result in it? You seems to not want to see what I try to explain so let me give you another exemple : Imagine an average people, who didn't voted for Le Pen or Macron in the first turn (and 65% of the french with vote right didn't). Wherever he watch, whatever he listen, everyone say "Face Le Pen, everyone against Le Pen, etc.." Political leaders who don't call to vote for Macron against Le Pen get blamed for not doing it, etc... Is it 100% his fault if he listen people and vote Macron? You seems convinced it is, I'm not. I won't go in the debate is he doing what he said or not because I'm too lazy rn, but anyway, about letting him try what he wants make some trouble: - first he tries thing that have been tried in France the last 30 years already. So we know the result already (lower the taxes of the richest, etc.. ). - he tries thing that have been tried in other country already. We know the result too (rail road in UK for instance, etc,, ). - people protesting today can't wait 5 years. You seems to don't get the level of despair of some of them : some already got to go to charity organisation to feed themselves. These 3 ridiculous cents on oil matter to them. More largely what democracy is about : chose your ruler (and imagine an hypothetical exemple : chosing between Stalin and Hitler would be democracy) or get a rulers that endorse your policies? I pick the second one, I'm not sure it is an achievable system but it is the definition of democracy, the first one is the definition of a Republic, and that's not the same thing.
2018-12-08 17:08
"Imagine an average people, who didn't voted for Le Pen or Macron in the first turn (and 65% of the french with vote right didn't). Wherever he watch, whatever he listen, everyone say "Face Le Pen, everyone against Le Pen, etc.." Political leaders who don't call to vote for Macron against Le Pen get blamed for not doing it, etc... " Not new man, your candidate isn't elected, well that's how it work, and that's the case in most country, that's not a reason to burn everything and to block the whole country And if people follow what média and what other people say without looking deep into the program, well i can't do anything for them, they are stupid. Now let's talk about the taxe. I'm gonna take my personal situation. I'm a student, I live alone, and my parents give me 0€. I work in order to pay my studies and I earn 1050€ per month ( less than SMIC ). I have a car, and I have my own flat. Well i live pretty well, not having last iPhone, not having Canal+ but i know how to manage my money. So i don't get how people/couple can't finish their month when they earn at least 1200€/month *I don't have APL/RSA/scholarship or any help by the state As I say, stop cry, use your money smartly, work hard.
2018-12-08 17:18
First don't "you" me since I voted for Macron in the first place and I'm not among those protesters. Here I'm just explaining why protest against the government is legitimate according to our electing system and especially this one after the "Republican wall". Then, it is not the case of most country. Most country only have one turn, most of them are parliamentary democracy, we are not. Also, protesters are not all burning things and stuff, in fact most of them don't. This reasoning is exactly like racism "i know a black thief so all black are thief". Above, you said these protesters have 0 knowledge, so I assume you have some, so please use it. You take our exemple as comparison. First, bravo you seem to have courage. But few things : - you can't ever justify anything coz there is worst situation. Because in Yemen people are starving AND getting bombed, people just starving should be happy? Mankind doesn't work that way. - perhaps, unlike them, you don't have to drive as much as they do in order to work or study. Perhaps, unlike them, you don't have kids to pay for. - The bid difference between you and them is expectation for the future : as a student, I assume you expect your situation to not be permanent and to improve once graduated, I have been in your shoes a long time ago and I was. Meanwhile they are convinced their situation will not be better, they are at the top they can expect from our society. Even worst, they are quitte afraid by a future even worst for them as it tend to be with Macron's policies : easier to be fired, more taxes, retirement later, etc.. That's a game changer to be optimistic or pessimistic for your future. If you can't empathize enough to understand that, you will never understand why they protest.
2018-12-08 17:39
When I say you, i'm speaking for every person who stand for the "gilet jaune" mouvement. And once again, there is many country who have two turn, if people wanted to have a parliamentary democracry they wouldn't have voted Macron. "Also, protesters are not all burning things and stuff, in fact most of them don't. This reasoning is exactly like racism "i know a black thief so all black are thief". Above, you said these protesters have 0 knowledge, so I assume you have some, so please use it. " Well, some are still pacifist, but as you can see, each week there is more violence and more people ok with that. That's a fact a not a generalization. Then I waited the "maybe they have kid / their situation won't be better" Well that's bullshit. Before having a child you know what it cost, no one force you to have one, whould you buy a pet if you finish your month with 100€ ? I know that the comparaison is not ethical but it's for you to understand that this argument have no sense. Then you can always improve, follow a training to evolve in your work, change your routine, being pessimist or optimist is a game changer as you sayd. So instead of crying people should try to change their mindset in order to succes.
2018-12-08 17:58
No not everyone can improve it's situation. On the same way, since you can't cherry pick lane in a whole presidential program, you can't say "if they wanted X then they shouldn't have voted for Y". In our system it doesn't work that way, it is all or nothing. And again, most of them will not say "well we want an unicameral system where the population is allowed to initiate a law project according to their significant number". No people just say "you are not accomplishing the people's will". Anyway, if we are in a democracy, the president shouldn't be afraid to dissolve the Assembly don't you think? If he doesn't or it is because he is scared of the democracy or because he has low confidence in himself explaining to the people why he did that and not this. Both case, it is a poor level of democracy.
2018-12-08 20:39
#25
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France TheArchitect 
Exactly, fine analysis. Imo we nee a deep constitutional reform or even a brand new constitution creating the 6th Republic. Something more democratic that can rely on a lot of participatory process and local democracy innovations implemented in many places these last years
2018-12-08 16:51
#26
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France ABxel 
He is the most legitimate though. With your logic, If Melenchon was president he wouldn’t be legitimate too because he had only 20%. You can replace Melenchon with all others candidates. That’s the same.
2018-12-08 16:55
I agree and even said it myself : he is legitimate indeed. But that's not the problem here.
2018-12-08 17:09
#30
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France ABxel 
My bad I read too fast
2018-12-08 17:11
hahaha he was elected by a minority of people, most don't vote for him and other vote against Marine Lepen for don't be with a woman from the extreme right. are you sure you understand something in politic ? and specially on politic from you country baguettistan ?
2018-12-08 20:43
Well some candidates propose to go for a new republic with new rules. Still Macron has been elected. So yeah France chose Macron over anything else, deal with it, if people don't like that they are free to vote for anything else in 4 years
2018-12-08 21:01
this is not how work democracy !! when the guy on charge fuck the country, the people need to move and don't be a sheep ... but you have let too much time before do something. first year with sarkozy if you have do something believe me, your taxes don't gonna be so high like now. but politic and what to do it's complicate unfortunately :(
2018-12-08 21:04
How is it about voting now ?I'm sorry but if the president is doing fuck all to help those in need, I don't care if you voted for him or not, you have the right to protest.
2018-12-08 21:45
And change the president every 6 month, yeah sure
2018-12-08 22:19
" if the president is doing fuck all to help those in need" I'm guessing you're not from those ppl, bon toutou
2018-12-08 22:27
People wanted to kick : Macron - Holland - Sarkozi around a year after they where elected French mentality : Cry more each year
2018-12-08 22:33
This is just childish. The ones who scream the loudest do not get their will, even though it may seem so in the contemporary political arenas.
2018-12-08 16:33
#14
shox | 
France Eriscium 
To those who don't understand or that don't know what's actually happening : reddit.com/r/geopolitics/comments/a4apeq..
2018-12-08 16:36
#23
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France ABxel 
In America, we admire rich people In France, we are jealous of rich people.
2018-12-08 16:50
Because America is a true Capitalistic state and France is a Socialist country run by Communists
2018-12-08 18:05
0,1% of people are complanings no one care in reality
2018-12-08 18:07
Obviously you don't have idea about reality .
2018-12-08 18:08
#39
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France J0riS 
"You elected Macron as president, so accept his policies" First there are 45M people that can vote in france, a half didn't vote in the second turn, macron was elected with 66% so thats about 14M people that voted for him. He lied to the people who elected him. A president shouldn't govern against the people. Btw I didn't vote for him
2018-12-08 18:12
50 millions able to vote, 47 millions with voting card, 35 millions who voted on 2nd turn, 20.7 for Macron (37 and 8 for him 1st turn) No need to go fake with numbers since the real are speaking for themselves.
2018-12-08 20:43
#45
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France J0riS 
You're right I checked, but probably 5M voted for him Just To stop Le Pen. (This is something I dont understand Just vote White then)
2018-12-08 20:48
According to diferent polls, 40-45% of this 20.7 voted for him to stop Le Pen. Meaning 8 millions. So, 8 millions did voted for his program among the 11 candidate of the first turn, and then 12 to 13 millions only in the 1v1. I have no clue how many people today believe they made a mistake since the only polls we have talk about member (or not) of his party which is not the same thing. Also, about funny numbers : half of his whole donation comes from less than 1000 people marianne.net/politique/candidat-des-prem..
2018-12-08 21:03
#47
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Poland FitPolak 
Meanwhile bezine cost 1.14 in Poland, feels good man
2018-12-08 21:02
Reported for being a western mainstream cuck destroyer of this great civilization
2018-12-08 21:39
imgur.com/a/cHmCe9V u dont see poor countries like greece or slovakia rioting and they have more expensive gasoline lel
2018-12-08 21:44
The prices haven't yet been changed but it has been decided that they will and the increase will be effective in the next few months, so this picture is irrelevant.
2018-12-08 21:47
it is not irrelevant, sure it may change and that is not strange lul just look at any other eu country
2018-12-08 21:55
Frenchies are rightfully mad, But I heard 70% dont even care about the root cause. Which is the cost of all the illegals entering. Yea you let them in now u cant just let them die on ur streets, so their taxes are spiking up up up
2018-12-08 21:58
#74
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Spain VeryFlipiNGuy 
ok
2018-12-08 22:50
#75
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Spain VeryFlipiNGuy 
lol
2018-12-08 22:50
#77
WARDELL | 
Switzerland LightV 
"You elected Macron as president, so accept his policies" I see that we got a politics expert here lmao
2018-12-08 22:58
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