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Marseilles Looks Like One Huge Garbage Disposal Site (30 pics)

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Garbage collection in Marseilles have been blocked by strikes to pressure President Sarkozy to back down from his plan to raise the retirement age to 62. After a week of the strikes the city of Marseilles looks like one huge garbage disposal site.

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№1 Author: Patty (19 Oct 2010 01:01) Total user comments: 1766


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Trashy.
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№2 Author: amerJD (19 Oct 2010 01:11) Total user comments: 1400


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haha....good job workers...they will be the one who will clear it all in the end...hahha 13 13 13
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№3 Author: jacobo (19 Oct 2010 01:12) Total user comments: 184


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Nasty 39
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№4 Author: astroboy3000 (19 Oct 2010 01:42) Total user comments: 2543


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well, it IS france.
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№5 Author: raymond.wendt (19 Oct 2010 02:58) Total user comments: 9115


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wow, wasn't like that the last time i was there. it's probably just in between trash days or on a holiday...
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№6 Author: thassos (19 Oct 2010 03:15) Total user comments: 362


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Ah oui....ze french pipl...oui, oui, they are creizy... 07

Besides that, they are all a bunch of lazy ass mother****s, they make a strike for and from ANYTHING !
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№7 Author: iocarre (19 Oct 2010 08:08) Total user comments: 3


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Fuck, so true. I live in Marseilles.
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№8 Author: cOsmic girl (19 Oct 2010 10:15) Total user comments: 346


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thassos,

we just have the courage of our opinions and don't like politicians taking us for idiots.... sure you don't know what it's all about!!!!
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№9 Author: wagoo (19 Oct 2010 10:27) Total user comments: 7


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these workers are a bunch of m****f****...
I live in Marseille and this happens at least once a year. Last time it was because they were losing their contract (in part because of the bad quality of their work)... and the mayor kept them... what do you want to do in a city like this?
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№10 Author: salsapopo (19 Oct 2010 10:52) Total user comments: 12723


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and they say France is amazing
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№11 Author: krankoloji (19 Oct 2010 11:41) Total user comments: 591


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reminds me of istanbul in early 1990s.
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№12 Author: krowka_smieszka (19 Oct 2010 12:02) Total user comments: 33


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But just see how many rubbish we produce during a week... and all of that needs to go somewhere... 13 39
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№13 Author: nico (19 Oct 2010 12:21) Total user comments: 3050


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№14 Author: Gyselinck (19 Oct 2010 13:13) Total user comments: 3133


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astroboy3000 all France are not like that !

It's only in Marseille the most filthy city in France !!!
The people who live in Marseille are not filthy but it's the people who clean the city who don't make there work !! And they are stupid !! 39
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№15 Author: Bender Rodriguez (19 Oct 2010 13:17) Total user comments: 1101


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Some people shouldn't go on strikes... What would happen if internet providers go on strikes?
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№16 Author: joffenbaker (19 Oct 2010 14:04) Total user comments: 4965


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Looks like when New York City had their last garbage strike, except I never saw anyony torching the place. 15
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№17 Author: velio70 (19 Oct 2010 14:36) Total user comments: 1654


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I hope Sarkozy doesn't give in. Laziest bastards on the planet.
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№18 Author: 2fuzzy (19 Oct 2010 14:48) Total user comments: 10400


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People forget how important trash pickup is till you have to do without it.
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№19 Author: elunicotomas (19 Oct 2010 15:10) Total user comments: 1680


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wagoo,

I don't approve leaving all that trash in the city.. but.. e.g.: if your 1 year from retirement and they say "well now you have to work 5 years more" you'll be pissed..

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Here in Buenos Aires We are exaclty like Marseilles due to a strike from the ppl who cleans the city, i just came back from the weekend and the city smells everywhere.... 39 and they're planning to NO CLEAN ANYTHING for the next 72 hs 46
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№20 Author: Brak61 (19 Oct 2010 17:37) Total user comments: 676


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Adds a whole new meaning to the term "Euro-trash". 10
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№21 Author: Ty Webb (19 Oct 2010 17:58) Total user comments: 6156


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Brak61,
now that's f'n funny!

even without the garbage......it does not look like a really safe city. What's with all of the gangsta' graffiti?

I still can't believe the the youth of the world thinks the gangsta' life is cool and the in thing. Does everyone realize what they are doing?? They are dressing ..talking and acting like American Blacks from the slums that prey on their own people. Killing raping stealing from their own neighbors. Every time I see a white kid dressed like 50 cent or any other rapper from the ghetto I just want to puke! I am not saying the black culture should not be celebrated or even turned into a fad but damn why copy the lowest form of human that there is? Why not the black panthers who wanted to educate their black brothers and sisters. Fight with the mind and defend with the body. That was a movement that no matter what anyone says was making change right in their own neighborhoods.......but no our youth today honors the easy quick selfish absolutely puke lowlife scum bag fuck tools.
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№22 Author: fluorescentG (19 Oct 2010 18:21) Total user comments: 3958


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go sarkozy!!
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№23 Author: Sokay (19 Oct 2010 19:23) Total user comments: 237


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THE SHAME OF FRANCE, most of french are just f*cking retarded and lazy, I know what I'm talking about, I'm french 02
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№24 Author: Slugsie (19 Oct 2010 20:01) Total user comments: 1519


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One thing I like about the french, they stick up for their principles, and don't give in to stupid authority.

However, complaining about having to retire at 62? In the UK it's currently 65 for men, and will be rising to 67 soon. By the time I reach retirement age I'm expecting it to be more like 75. Ah well.
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№25 Author: Trucmuche (19 Oct 2010 20:39) Total user comments: 36


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I'm also french, and I must admit I agree with Sokay. Citizens here cannot understand times have changed. France is a country unable to adapt itself. Administration, politicians, education, all is obsolete. It's a shame but it's also our fault. Abd worst of all, I'm absolutely sure they won't change. That's why most talented Frenchs leave abroad to have better opportunities, better work, more money and better services.

However, dear foreign friends, I must inform you than Marseille is the most corrupted (bribed ?) city of our country. The mayor should be in jail but he's not, you can't see the difference between police and gangs, and it's a gate for foreign agitator since Marseille has some big district full of foreigners...
In fact, I think the three worst cities of France are Marseille, Paris and Toulon. But it's just an opinion ^^
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№26 Author: lepsy (19 Oct 2010 20:39) Total user comments: 1252


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Strikers are overprotected here in Europe . And it's always the citizen who endures the final punishment , not the strikers.
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№27 Author: Lu (19 Oct 2010 20:47) Total user comments: 15082


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That's a way of life over here. Doctors striking, Police striking, Teachers striking. Hoo boy, the downhill pace is picking up momentum turbo fast. Sad.
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№28 Author: wagoo (19 Oct 2010 22:18) Total user comments: 7


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elunicotomas,
I agree, it isn't really cool, but from what I've been hearing the last ten years (but I admit I'm not a specialist on the subject, so I may be mistaken), the country (that is to say the citizens) cannot pay for retirement at 60 anymore. If people don't accept that now, we can worry for the economy in the future.
but the thing that piss me off is that the strikers have nothing to propose... they JUST protest and it isn't really constructive...
but I think that the real problem is: if work conditions were better (physical and emotional), perhaps people wouldn't be so pissed to do 5 years more.

BTW I think we're one of the only country to retire so early. That's not an argument per se, but that may demonstrate it's necessary to work longer, even if people have the right not to be thrilled about it.
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№29 Author: Nsibai (19 Oct 2010 22:55) Total user comments: 5694


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№30 Author: adzhoe (20 Oct 2010 04:37) Total user comments: 14959


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wow
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