Trash cans on fire, ransacked windows, looting and clashes: this Thursday, a tipping point in violence was crossed, on the sidelines of the mobilization against the pension reform.
It is no longer just a question of contesting the said reform.
The social movement has turned into a real political crisis.
This disproportion cannot be attributed solely to the unpopularity of the president, to the clumsiness of his ministers, to the “refractory” spirit of the Gauls, to the revolutionary rage of La France insoumise.
It's a much deeper malaise that comes to the surface
, ”analyzes the deputy director of Le Figaro, Vincent Trémolet de Villers.
But where does this discomfort come from?
According to the deputy editor, Laurence de Charette, the moment we are living in finds its source in "
the general impotence of those in power - impotence in the face of the rising cost of living, but also capitulation in the face of the forces of globalization, the flow of immigration…
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