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Analysis: Is the violence in France pre-planned? Or the public has revolted?

Tuesday - December 4, 2018 2:20 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Revolt in France against ‘rising inflation’!
Revolt in France against ‘rising inflation’!

The ‘worst situation’ of a decade in France due to increasing in fuel prices, emergency may be imposed

DEC 04 (WTN) – France, a country famous for Eiffel Tower and the colorful night of Paris, the country where the ‘French Revolution’ gave a whole new direction to the world, but today, from the same time in France, arson, sabotage, violent and demonstrations are being seen in Paris. The world's seventh largest economy and member of the Security Council, France, has been ‘devastated’ due to protests these days. In France, for the past several days, the public has come down on the streets in protest against the increasing inflation due to taxation on petrol and diesel.

Paris has been affected by the rising protests against rising inflation. Meanwhile, 133 people and 23 police personnel have been injured in the clashes between the police and the turbulent. Here, on returning to France from the G20 summit, President of France, Emmanuel Macron, analyzed the whole situation and urged people to maintain peace.

For your information, let you know that increasing in prices of petrol and diesel has affected the people of France, this has done due to the policy, in which France wants to reduce carbon emissions and motivate people to use environmentally friendly vehicles. According to the information, let you know that tax on fuel was sanctioned in 2017 itself. Due to increase in taxes, the price of petrol went up by 7.6 per cent and diesel by 3.9 per cent per liter. Not only that, the price of petrol and diesel increased due to the rise in the price of crude oil in the month of October, which resulted in an increase in anger among the people.

Increased prices of fuel cost increased inflection, and due to this, angry people came down on the streets of Paris and set fire to property and cars. Those who are performing against rising inflation in France, they named their group 'Yellow Vest'. According to the information, in this clash so far, more than 8,000 protesters and 5,000 policemen have collided to one other, while the police has arrested more than 400 people so far. It is being said that some 'unknown people' wearing masks joined the people performing peaceful in the streets of Paris, and they ‘hijacked’ this social movement.

There has been a lot of criticism on the government's financial and economic policies on social media in France. People are accused that government policies are about to reduce the ability of the lower income groups and benefiting to the rich. The people who are performing here are alleged that President Emmanuel Macron belongs to rich family, so he is ignoring the problems of the common people.

Observing the growing 'rebellion' here, France's government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux says, "France is considering implementing an emergency to prevent recurrence of the worst civil unrest in the last decade."

Here, the French President Emmanuel Macron says about this protest, "Attacking officials, blocking commerce, threatening people and journalists, or violating the Arch du Plumph, is not logical in any condition. Guilty people don’t want to change, they don’t want to improve, and they just want anarchy. They just want chaos. All of them will be identified and brought under the justice."

It is being said that the violence in France is ‘pre-planned’ and there is some conspiracy behind it. In the beginning, people were protesting increasingly rising inflation, but suddenly the protests got violent and after short time, there was arson and sabotage began in whole Paris. On one side, President Macron says that chaos will not be tolerated; on the other hand protesters have alleged that the people of the country are in trouble due to President Macron's policies. It is necessary to see if some solution emerges from this whole issue. Will the French government reduce the increased taxes on oil, or will the people of France have to compromise with inflation?