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Strikes in France Continue (30 pics)

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Protests and industrial action against planned pension reforms in France continue.

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№1 Author: Hugo Chinaski (21 Oct 2010 01:46) Total user comments: 3


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I'm French, and i feel shame for my country
These people give a really really bad image of France
And most of the french people are not like that, its understandable that some feels the reform is unfair, but most of the french population is fed up with those stupid strikes.
F**k those strikers
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№2 Author: adzhoe (21 Oct 2010 02:57) Total user comments: 14959


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Reform? sounds like mis-use of that word. Isn't reform supposed to make something better? How is raising retirement to age 62 considered better?
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (21 Oct 2010 03:05) Total user comments: 5518


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Keep protesting your worthless Euro when your country goes bankrupt, fools. There's no money to pay retirement pensions. That's why the European Union needs people to defer retirement. Retiring at 60 worked 100 years ago when people didn't live much past 70.
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№4 Author: astroboy3000 (21 Oct 2010 05:47) Total user comments: 2543


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keep fighting the good fight. just hang in a bit longer, you know eventually your military will give up.
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№5 Author: Brian_Connery (21 Oct 2010 06:03) Total user comments: 332


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it may look bad
but it gets the job done
that's why healthcare is better there!
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№6 Author: lepsy (21 Oct 2010 07:34) Total user comments: 1252


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Strike : you have the right to do it . problem is that some weirdos always attack poor citizen cars , houses , etc . just have a look at the first pic to get an example of system parasites who just love to burn, fight and desorganise .
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№7 Author: lepsy (21 Oct 2010 07:36) Total user comments: 1252


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Plus , WTF do students have to do with it ? They didn't even have worked a single day in their lives .
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№8 Author: Link was here (21 Oct 2010 07:44) Total user comments: 1329


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First in Greece, now in France... Definitely some social changes are going to occur in the near future, in Europe or worldwide!
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№9 Author: amchit (21 Oct 2010 08:42) Total user comments: 36


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"Qui seme le vent recolte la tempete"

It's France's mistake to have allowed the mass and uncontrolled immigration to its soil.
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№10 Author: Trucmuche (21 Oct 2010 09:56) Total user comments: 36


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Students on strike... What a joke ! They don't even know what means "work". And syndicates have nothing to propose against reform. I tell you, this country is at the beginning of dereliction, and it will be worst in a few years.
So to all who have some ambitions, I tell you this : leave this country. You don't have choice. France is dead.
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№11 Author: OcuS (21 Oct 2010 10:15) Total user comments: 74


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These days, i'm quite ashamed to be french.
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№12 Author: Ty Webb (21 Oct 2010 10:22) Total user comments: 6156


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and they can never be fired.
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№13 Author: salsapopo (21 Oct 2010 11:01) Total user comments: 12723


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lepsy,

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№14 Author: nico (21 Oct 2010 13:59) Total user comments: 3050


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№15 Author: 2fuzzy (21 Oct 2010 14:43) Total user comments: 10400


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Interesting to watch this unfold.
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№16 Author: Gyselinck (21 Oct 2010 14:47) Total user comments: 3133


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It's only some students who make stupid things all the time during strikes !

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№17 Author: mucsi (21 Oct 2010 14:48) Total user comments: 4


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" just have a look at the first pic to get an example of system parasites who just love to burn, fight and desorganise" So true!
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№18 Author: Creion (21 Oct 2010 15:32) Total user comments: 102


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respect... 79
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№19 Author: amerJD (21 Oct 2010 16:02) Total user comments: 1400


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hope it does nt get even more ugly...looks ugly enough! 41 41 41 41
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№20 Author: 400 (21 Oct 2010 16:18) Total user comments: 411


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Viva France! 12
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№21 Author: elunicotomas (21 Oct 2010 16:24) Total user comments: 1680


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the same problem all aover the world: old people.

at least you dont have dead people in strikes like in argentina 46
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№22 Author: joffenbaker (21 Oct 2010 16:58) Total user comments: 4965


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Most won't make it to retirement anyways. 13

Nothing like dragging your kids into battle 17
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№23 Author: Trucmuche (21 Oct 2010 17:54) Total user comments: 36


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"At least you dont have dead people in strikes like in argentina"

Yes, you're right. However, in Paris and Marseille, they manage to vote ten years after their death ! ^^ Sometimes, they're even employed by municipality...
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№24 Author: velio70 (21 Oct 2010 18:09) Total user comments: 1654


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I love France and I like their way of life, but to continue to expect to be able to retire at 60 is unrealistic. I would love to retire at 62 and proudly live in France.
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№25 Author: aks3167 (21 Oct 2010 20:45) Total user comments: 1674


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№26 Author: Sokay (21 Oct 2010 21:10) Total user comments: 237


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This is so f*cking stupid, most of the people don't know exactly what they fight for, believe me I'm french. "Les casseurs" , how we called that, are just making the situation worse...
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№27 Author: Nsibai (21 Oct 2010 22:33) Total user comments: 5694


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№28 Author: megadentron (22 Oct 2010 01:18) Total user comments: 102


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at brian, if health care is better there, why do people travel around the world to get treated in america? and france... srsly? such a fit for retiring at 62 instead of 60, worthless frogs
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№29 Author: raymond.wendt (22 Oct 2010 07:52) Total user comments: 9115


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crazy French
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№30 Author: Nagus (2 Nov 2010 20:30) Total user comments: 1


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J'adore cette attitude bien franaise s'auto dnigrer sur les forums tranger en mentionnant bien qu'on est honteux d'tre franais.

Apprenez tre fier de votre nation, mme dans ce qu'elle semble avoir de plus oppose votre point de vue.

Ces gens se battent inutilement, pour une cause perdue et l'encontre de leurs intrts ? Possible. Mais ils se battent. Faites en autant une fois dans votre vie en sachant la partie perdue d'avance.

Quand dire que des ado qui tudient depuis leur 6 ans 8 heures par jours hors travail la maison, et hors boulot pour se payer leurs tudes pour les universitaire ne savent pas ce qu'est travailler...permettez moi un lol.

Jimmy
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