Yellow Vest Manifesto: 25 Demands for a Free France

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What are the Yellow Vests “Gilets Jaunes” Fighting for and Why?

 

Here is the answer in what is being reported across social media to be in their own words.  Open Revolt can not confirm or deny 100% the accuracy of this position paper but our most-often reliable forces on the ground are indicating it is accurate.

We pray this demonstration turns into a true National Revolution and France regains her independence, self-determination, and rejects its current status as an African and Arab colonized state.

Solidarity with Gilets Jaunes!  Viva La France!

Freedom!  Justice!  Revolution!

James Porrazzo, New Resistance

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Official 25-Point Demands of the Yellow Vests

(summarized)

Economy/Work

  • A constitutional cap on taxes – at 25%
  • Increase of 40% in the basic pension and social welfare
  • Increase hiring in public sector to re-establish public services
  • Massive construction projects to house 5 million homeless, and severe penalties for mayors/prefectures that leave people on the streets
  • Break up the ‘too-big-to-fail’ banks, re-separate regular banking from investment banking
  • Cancel debts accrued through usurious rates of interest

Politics

  • Constitutional amendments to protect the people’s interests, including binding referenda
  • The barring of lobby groups and vested interests from political decision-making
  • Frexit: Leave the EU to regain our economic, monetary and political sovereignty (In other words, respect the 2005 referendum result, when France voted against the EU Constitution Treaty, which was then renamed the Lisbon Treaty, and the French people ignored)
  • Clampdown on tax evasion by the ultra-rich
  • The immediate cessation of privatization, and the re-nationalization of public goods like motorways, airports, rail, etc
  • Remove all ideology from the ministry of education, ending all destructive education techniques
  • Quadruple the budget for law and order and put time-limits on judicial procedures. Make access to the justice system available for all
  • Break up media monopolies and end their interference in politics. Make media accessible to citizens and guarantee a plurality of opinions. End editorial propaganda
  • Guarantee citizens’ liberty by including in the constitution a complete prohibition on state interference in their decisions concerning education, health and family matters

Health/Environment

  • No more ‘planned obsolescence’ – Mandate guarantee from producers that their products will last 10 years, and that spare parts will be available during that period
  • Ban plastic bottles and other polluting packaging
  • Weaken the influence of big pharma on health in general and hospitals in particular
  • Ban on GMO crops, carcinogenic pesticides, endocrine disruptors and monocrops
  • Reindustrialize France (thereby reducing imports and thus pollution)

Foreign Affairs

  • End France’s participation in foreign wars of aggression, and exit from NATO
  • Cease pillaging and interfering – politically and militarily – in ‘Francafrique’, which keeps Africa poor. Immediately repatriate all French soldiers. Establish relations with African states on an equal peer-to-peer basis
  • Prevent migratory flows that cannot be accommodated or integrated, given the profound civilizational crisis we are experiencing
  • Scrupulously respect international law and the treaties we have signed.

 

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Yellow Vest Protestors: 25 Demands for a Free France

 

 


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7 Responses to Yellow Vest Manifesto: 25 Demands for a Free France

  1. Kevin Patrick McCann says:

    cap all taxes at 25% ! sounds like liberal bullshit to me – if you cut direct tax, indirect tax goes up….and benefits the rich and their bourgeois lackeys….

  2. Tim says:

    What the fuck is this nasty petit bourgeois drivel doing in It? Everybody please re-read William Burroughs, Carlo Levi, Herbert Macuse and the like and understand how nasty this article is. As nasty as that ridiculous little Macron man.

  3. Editor says:

    Eh? It’s the people versus Macron and an arrogant, detached elite. A global insurrection against the banker occupation. Who’s side are you on?

  4. Tim says:

    I’m on the side of an organic federation of autonomous communities living where they wish with companions of their choice under laws with which they agree. I’m opposed to corporate centrism and jingoistic nationalism.

  5. Editor says:

    Very worthy values, but it’s a shame the rights you champion for some don’t extend to those who feel ignored and vilified by a political elite, and who are abandoned by the system they’ve worked hard for, being denied decent wages, thereby having no option but to rise up while they still have the opportunity.

    Ideally people of all persuasions should be organising themselves against political tyranny, our common enemy, and fighting for autonomy and fair laws, freedom and justice for all, and not falling prey to these faux divisions devised for the political gain of the few.

  6. Alan Pratt says:

    “and rejects its current status as an African and Arab colonized state.” WTF

  7. Editor says:

    Maybe they are taking an anti-colonialist stance, seeing how much damage it has done in the past. Notice they want to establish [trade] relations with African states on an “equal peer to peer basis”, thereby bypassing non-autonomous, elitist and unequal governmental control systems and the fraudulent aid system, which are essentially maintaining a self-serving and racist superiority, in that they encourage a never-ending and deliberate state of charity and dependency, rather than fair trade.
    Also perhaps this is about ideologies, rather than a race issue.

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