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Video(s) – Yellow Vests’ anniversary marked with barricades, militarized police & furious protesters. The lies from the mainstream media.

Take a look bellow to this report, strongly cosmetized, with idyllic protesters.

Exactly a year since the Yellow Vest protests first broke out in France and spread across the nation to become a regular weekend tradition, the anniversary was marked by clashes and tear gas.

The boutiques and brasseries of central Paris remained largely untouched, although there was a clear nervousness that protesters would make it to the center of the city, and streets were barricaded and traffic blocked off from any likely targets.

The fucking liars from the mainstream media:

The TRUE STORY and the TRUE IMAGES are the following:

The main area of confrontation on Saturday was in Place d’Italie with angry protesters, now largely without their signature gilets jaunes, facing off against heavily armored police who have developed their tactics over the last 12 months to try and contain the confrontation.

Polly Boiko IN FACT finds little to celebrate at Gilets Jaunes anniversary protest … The plush parts of central Paris were locked down, barricades protecting Burberry, but out of the centre, police and protesters were clashing. Walking up the hill to the Place d’Italie was like approaching a war zone, but ICYMI’s Polly Boiko did it…did she?! so you don’t have to…

Paris police fired tear gas in northwestern Paris on Saturday to drive back protesters on the first year anniversary weekend of anti-government “yellow vest” demonstrations.

Clashes broke out between demonstrators and police near the Porte de Champerret as protesters were preparing to march across town towards Gare d’Austerlitz in southern Paris while police also intervened to prevent a few hundred demonstrators from occupying the Paris ring road, according to Reuters TV footage.

Paris police said 24 people had been arrested by 0950 GMT.

The so-called Yellow Vest protests erupted in mid-November 2018 originally over fuel price hikes and the high cost of living but spiraled into a broader movement against President Emmanuel Macron and his drive for economic reforms.