In ambush since the beginning of the sling against the pension reform, the ultra-left has finally found its time to sow chaos.
This Friday, France woke up with a hangover and the scenes of desolation scarring the heart of the cities testify to an outpouring of hatred such as the country had not known since the movement of "yellow vests".
In this game of massacre, Paris found itself at the forefront with its charred newspaper kiosks and bus shelters, its vandalized stores and banks, its debris of barricades blackened by flames, shards of glass and other makeshift projectiles left on the battlefield.
According to a report from the Ministry of the Interior, 903 fires of street furniture or garbage cans were listed during the inter-union demonstration between the places of the Bastille and the Opera.
At the end of violent clashes bordering on street fights in several cities of the country, the police arrested 457 thugs...
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