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An old french tradition: a general strike in French Guiana (South America)

Quote:A general strike has been launched in French Guiana in protest over the very high rates of crime and unemployment.
A group called the The 500 Brothers is leading the strike, which is supported by 37 unions.
The 500 Brothers, who wear black t-shirts and masks over their faces, say they are not a private militia, and that they are standing up against organised crime.
They also say they want more money from the government to improve the struggling health and educations systems.
Their spokesman Mickaël Mancée said: “If we wanted to be a private militia, we would be armed, we would not have gone to see the authorities, and if we had to act we would have acted in the shadows.”
A delegation of French government representatives have gone to the territory, but The 500 Brothers say they want to see the country’s most senior politicians.
A member, whose identity was hidden by his mask, said: “The Guyanese demand the immediate arrival of the Prime Minister, and the Ministers of the Interior, Justice, Economy, Health and Finance. Greet the minister for us and tell him to come.”
France’s Prime Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, has since said he will send a ministerial team to French Guiana by the end of the week.
Last week huge areas of French Guiana were crippled by strikes, demonstrations and roadblocks.
The territory is home to the European Space Agency’s spaceport, where rockets are launched into space, but during the protest several drivers stopped the transfer of the Ariane 5 rocket forcing its launch to be postponed.
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(03-24-2017 11:20 AM)911 Wrote:  It's unorthodox, but it's also unmistakably orthodox with those golden onion domes, interesting take...

I think it looks Islamic and oriental and by design. In addition, it is not inviting, it shuts people out and doesn't blend with the surroundings like the old church.
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(03-27-2017 01:08 PM)balybary Wrote:  [Image: macron-nudiste.jpg]

Note what they are both looking at.

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(03-23-2017 11:47 AM)nomadbrah Wrote:  Modern architecture is a crime against humanity.

NAMCALT
Not all modern churches are like that:

Helsinki Finland:

[Image: 470temppeliaukion-kirkko.jpg]

Arkansas:

[Image: o-CHAPEL-900.jpg?6]

[Image: 13cf2a16287a692b3497d5a7fa5904ad.jpg]


Cistercian Abbey Church, Irving, Texas, 1992

[Image: cistercian+abbey+cunningham+architects+c...esign5.jpg]

[Image: cistercian+abbey+cunningham+architects+c...esign1.jpg]

[Image: cistercian+abbey+cunningham+architects+c...esign6.jpg]

Saarinen chapel at MIT:

[Image: 250px-MIT_Chapel%2C_Cambridge%2C_Massach...terior.JPG]

[Image: MIT-Chapel.jpg]

Wellsley MA:

[Image: william+rawn+babson+chapel1.jpg]

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(03-27-2017 09:10 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  
If you go by people who actually are passionate about their candidates then it is again another Donald Trump.

We will see how much the con-artists lied this time. Her support may be even as high as 60% if 40% of people claim that they are undecided.

I sure hope for Europe - that might slow down the the world war a couple of years.

Short video clip of a Marine Le Pen's rally.
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(03-27-2017 08:05 PM)budoslavic Wrote:  
(03-27-2017 09:10 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  
If you go by people who actually are passionate about their candidates then it is again another Donald Trump.

We will see how much the con-artists lied this time. Her support may be even as high as 60% if 40% of people claim that they are undecided.

I sure hope for Europe - that might slow down the the world war a couple of years.

Short video clip of a Marine Le Pen's rally.

Are they singing "We will win" at the end of the clip?
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(03-28-2017 05:26 AM)Wreckingball Wrote:  Are they singing "We will win" at the end of the clip?
Oui.
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This morning I was curious when I saw an article about faggot Macron explaining (or trying to make us believe) why he didn't have any children:

Quote:C'est un choix que j'ai fait. Brigitte, ma femme, avait trois enfants quand je l'ai connue : des grands et des plus petits
On s'est posé la question et j'ai considéré que le plus important était qu'on élève bien les enfants, qu'on les aime… Moi j'ai sept petits-enfants.[...] Ça ne me manque pas car j'aime les enfants de Brigitte comme si c'était les miens

So basically, he is saying that they chose not to have any because granny Brigitte already had 3 children and he loves them like his own. And he is a proud 7 times grand father.

Hum okay...Banana

So then I start looking for the age of these children and it turns out that 2 of them are even older than him! (Macron was born in 1978, the oldest was born in 1975 and the second in 1977)

Who will believe that? He should be exposed asap
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(03-28-2017 06:23 AM)Julio Wrote:  This morning I was curious when I saw an article about faggot Macron explaining (or trying to make us believe) why he didn't have any children:

Quote:C'est un choix que j'ai fait. Brigitte, ma femme, avait trois enfants quand je l'ai connue : des grands et des plus petits
On s'est posé la question et j'ai considéré que le plus important était qu'on élève bien les enfants, qu'on les aime… Moi j'ai sept petits-enfants.[...] Ça ne me manque pas car j'aime les enfants de Brigitte comme si c'était les miens

So basically, he is saying that they chose not to have any because granny Brigitte already had 3 children and he loves them like his own. And he is a proud 7 times grand father.

Hum okay...Banana

So then I start looking for the age of these children and it turns out that 2 of them are even older than him! (Macron was born in 1978, the oldest was born in 1975 and the second in 1977)

Who will believe that? He should be exposed asap

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Guys, I know you might be a bit hesitant to accept this, but I am my own grandfather.

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[Image: ob_f76902_levraimacron-culture.jpg]

Macron has said:

"Il n'y a pas une culture française, il y a une culture en France et elle est diverse."

Translation:
There is no French culture, there is a culture in France and it is diverse.

Link: http://www.lopinion.fr/edition/politique...res-122905
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(03-28-2017 06:23 AM)Julio Wrote:  So then I start looking for the age of these children and it turns out that 2 of them are even older than him! (Macron was born in 1978, the oldest was born in 1975 and the second in 1977)

Who will believe that? He should be exposed asap

It's an inconvenient truth to the left that Muslims and African/Arab immigrants are actually far more homophobic than the average Frenchman.

Normally, short of paedophilia, I believe a man's sex life is irrelevant to his ability to govern. (RIP Pim Fortuyn), but anything that can bring down Macron is a weapon that cannot be wasted.

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[Image: giphy.gif]


I have a doubt with Macron's hability to govern when I see his manierism
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(12-07-2015 05:37 PM)Aer Wrote:  [Image: CVXkV3mWoAAm8aK.png:large]


[Image: francesicklecell.gif]

May not be 100% accurate, but relatively telling.

Think about it, the people who see the immigrants are more likely to vote Le Pen/Sarkozy than Hollande.

Correlation, not causation though, just to be hesitant. Maybe I'll run a regression on this.
The first map shows accurate polls of support for the 2015 election.

The second map shows the proportion of children tested for Sickle-cell anaemia, a disease only found in people of non-European/non-East Asian descent, so it's a good substitute for France's lack of ethnicity stats.

FN is stronger in the cities not the rural regions, the opposite of what it is in many other countries. Perhaps this is due to exposure to cultural enrichment.

The socialists actually did better in rural areas, because of their support for subsidies.

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Lepen counter-attacks against the media on France 2 channel.

http://www.lefigaro.fr/elections/preside...ujadas.php

She asks the anchorman "Why there is zero investigation about Macron in the media?"

Many journalists are talking about a sure victory of Macron in the first round, because they want to discredit Fillon.

The gall of these journalists! The polls were proven wrong in all the last elections, and these little bitches are still giving lessons about who is going to win.

Sad!
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(03-28-2017 02:43 PM)balybary Wrote:  [Image: giphy.gif]

He looks like a SPECTRE villain out of some low-budget 80s Bond movie...

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The 11 candidates:

[Image: 12105710.jpg]

Philippe Poutou the communist (bottom right) looks like a convicted felon on this photo.
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The journalists like to interview the small candidates, they often try to ridicule them

Philippe Poutou VS dumb blonde journalist



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According to Google Trends the numbers corresponding to Fillon/le pen/macron correspond to 24/19/9*


*Numbers represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for the given region and time. A value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. Likewise a score of 0 means the term was less than 1% as popular as the peak.


basically Macron is half as popular as both le pen and Fillon in searched terms. I'll keep checking Google Trends but it looks like Fillon has a good chance of coming second in the first round.
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(03-27-2017 08:03 PM)911 Wrote:  NAMCALT
Not all modern churches are like that:

Helsinki Finland:

[Image: 470temppeliaukion-kirkko.jpg]

I would agree, there are examples of beautiful modern churches (and architecture). But just for some context, here in Europe we built this in the 12th century:

[Image: Lincoln-Cathedral-interior-construction-...turies.png]

Lincoln Cathedral

[Image: b6e333cbdca197fd9dca6659a5871fcd.jpg]

Saint Chapelle

[Image: mezquita-catedral-cathedral-inside-of-th...-spain.jpg]

Mezquita in Andalusia - actually used to be a mosque, credit where credit is due.


[Image: smn-interior.jpg?w=750&q=65]

Santa Maria in Novella, Florence.

[Image: laon-cathedral-laon.jpg]

Of course we should mention Notre Dame in Paris.

[Image: 20521239330_f3921079d5_b.jpg]

Last but not least the famous cathedral in Cologne.

I dunno - these Gothic churches were built between 600 to 800 years ago. Some of them took over a century to be completed, which in itself is a testament to the cultural maturity and devotion of my European ancestors.

it kills me to think that most of them will most likely be either destroyed or converted into mosques over the next 50 years.
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/...-emmanuel/

The runner up in the Socialist primary, Valls has broken his own promise and has fully endorsed Macron.

He is rationalising his treachery by calling Macron the best chance for beating Le Pen

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Macron has gay face and a woman who is his beard.
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(03-29-2017 05:37 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  Macron has gay face and a woman who is his beard.

That's just how French men are. Cut the guy some slack. lol
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This election is not going as planned.

The non-FN parties are meant to elect patsies who would unite behind Macron in the second round a la the 2015 regionals.

The Republican nominee would either have been pro-mass Islamic Migration Juppe or globalist former President Sarkosy.

The Socialists were meant to nominate Macron-lite Valls.

Unfortunately, both primaries were in for a shock. Without Melenchon to split the hard-left's vote, Hamon was selected. The real socialist movement wasn't going to roll over just to stop the Evil Fascist.

The Republicans had a similar outcome. They couldn't stop Fillon in the ballot box, so they tried to take him out with false allegations. (Anyone 'member all the women who accused Trump of rape?). Normal, French who don't think French culture and society is something to be ashamed of stuck by him. Now, the establishment has just earned itself an enemy, who to will not roll over.

It got worse. Macron's appeal amongst the idiot class is being threatened by the old commie Melenchon. His policies would be a disaster (hello 100% tax on any income above 300,000) but he's winning mindshare, and may actually end up getting through to the second round if he unites with Hamon.

This is Marine Le Pen's best chance of winning the presidency. Though, I am torn as I think President Fillon would be able to accomplish more with his greater support in parliament.

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(03-29-2017 05:12 PM)redpillage Wrote:  it kills me to think that most of them will most likely be either destroyed or converted into mosques over the next 50 years.

[Image: selimiye-mosque.jpg]
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This is why Macron cannot win.

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