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#1 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 04:28 PM

They want to shut down the Government .


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Posted 10 January 2019 - 04:37 PM

Some have already started to take their money out.Word. is going out on social media .It is officially to start Monday .Media is covering it up 


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Posted 10 January 2019 - 05:03 PM

This idea is spreading to other countries now.


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Posted 10 January 2019 - 08:20 PM


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Hit the jew/nwo where it hurts.

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 10:01 PM

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PARIS — Activists from a French protest movement encouraged supporters Wednesday to set off a bank run by emptying their accounts, while the government urged citizens to express their discontent in a national debate instead of weekly demonstrations disrupting the streets of Paris.

Activists from the yellow vest movement, which started with protests over fuel tax increases, recommended the massive cash withdrawals on social media. One protester, Maxime Nicolle called it the “tax collector’s referendum.”

“We are going to get our bread back ... You’re making money with our dough, and we’re fed up,” Nicolle said in a video message.

The movement’s adherents said they hoped the banking action will force the French government to heed their demands, especially giving citizens the right to propose and vote on new laws.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe gave details Wednesday of a “big debate” the government plans to start next week in all the regions of France.

“We want it to be rich, impartial and fruitful, to be able to take it into account in the period now beginning,” Philippe said. (what does he mean by period now beginning? If complicated, maybe end quote at “fruitful” or “account?”

The debates will focus on four main topics: climate change, democratic issues, taxes and public services, the prime minister said. Anyone can propose a local event and an internet platform will provide another venue for discussion, he said.

President Emmanuel Macron proposed the debate as a way for the government to hear and to respond to the movement’s central complaints.

Macron also announced 10 billion euros ($11.5 billion) worth of measures to boost the purchasing power of French households. (can we be a bit more specific hear


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Posted 10 January 2019 - 10:11 PM

The truth is that of the thousands of yellow vests, probably only a handful of them support, understand, or are even aware of Bitcoin. However, this handful is a potentially powerful and growing army.

The French protestors may not be armed with guns and guillotines. But they have a more powerful weapon at hand: knowledge.

Yesterday, Bitcoinist reported that street art in Paris depicting yellow vests in protest and a woman raising the French flag high had a hidden bitcoin prize inside it. 

Spreading the word about bitcoin through art, protests, and private meetings are working. It’s attracting the eyes of millions of people in France and around the world.

PROTEST OUTSIDE THE ROTHSCHILD BANK OF LYON

The yellow vests have so far organized their protests largely on social media. According to the Facebook event mentioned above, some 300 have confirmed and more than 3,000 are interested in attending the protest at the Rothschild Bank of Lyon tomorrow. 

The significance of this runs way back to the country’s 40-year-old grievance with France’s private banking system. The French government borrows from them and is forced to repay with high-interest, plunging the country into further debt.


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