February 10 saw the latest round of protests by an ever-growing Gilet Juanes movement. The scene had been set from previous weeks – the police violence and brutality that had been seen far and wide, throughout France. Unfortunately, this particular Saturday had dire consequences as a result of the actions undertaken by Macrons police militia forces. I will get to that shortly, but first I would like to bring to your attention the fact that there is an increase in the types of violence that police are showing. No longer are the CRS just beating people with batons and shields. Now they are using means that cause serious harm to life. In previous weeks there was tear gas cannisters littering the streets, a result of the police dispersing crowds, a way of controlling major crowds. Now, we have seen an evolution in the way that the police are handling the increasing crowds. Rather than dispersing crowds the old way, as they would do previously. Now they have taken it into their hands to gravely injure and maim anyone that voices their concerns to a dictatorship that, at the moment, sees no end to the violence that is inflicted on its general population.
As seen in other mass protests, the overbearing tactics that have been used to oppress the nation has grown in severity. News of the Flashball have been hitting the media strong over the past weeks. And yet they have seen fir to twist and disfigure the very fabric of those that have paid them to weaken the affects of a story that, if in America, or any other civilised country around the world, there would be a massive utcry to. The MSM in France are the puppets of Emanuel Macron and his Rothschild backed LREM regime. When it gets to the stage that there is no longer the people that we put in positions of power, there to protect our civil liberties, it is time to make those people accountable for the actions of institutions they created in order to oppress us. There are people out there that express that it is not the actions of the police that are to blame for the actions that lead to people losing limbs. It is rather orders that come from the top. I have this to say though. In real-time, in real life situations, it is a split-second choice of whether to pull that trigger, or pull the pin on that grenade, as I will come to.
There was a protest that had gathered a considerable number of protesters outside the General Assembly in Paris. Early reports that had come in were reporting that it was a photographer of the Gilet Juanes movement that had been gravely injured by a dispersal grenade that had been thrown by the police. This has since been reported, by several non MSM agencies as a false version of the truth. Even the father of the victim has come out saying these sequences of events are untrue. From what I gathered, there was the ‘Black Bloc’ and ultra-leftist group that were protesting outside the General assembly. A dispersal grenade has been thrown by police and it has been a protester by the name of Sebastien that has seen this grenade thrown, thinking it is a tear-gas canister, he has picked it up to throw back at police. However, it being a grenade, it has exploded in his hand and as a result it has severely maimed him. I will leave a link to the video in this article. I had uploaded it to YouTube. However, it has recently been taken down, due to YouTube censoring the truth.
For a comprehensive update on Act 13, go to my youtube channel: The Huski and you yourself can draw your own conclusions.
Jupiter thinks that we will give in, but we will never back down. This has gone too far for this movement to falter. It is up to us as Gilet Juanes, as Yellow Vests to hold those accountable for the atrocities they carry out on a daily basis. To bring them to justice. Where ever you are in the world. It is up to you to make your voice heard. Use the yellow vest as a tool to bring to the attention of your governments the fact that no longer will you be silenced. That it is now that the world is going through a monumental change in the way that those who have the power are held responsible. Do all you can to ensure that your voice is heard.