Yes, the French people have a legitimate grievance.
The left have infiltrated groups on the right, to make us look bad.
Street violence is NOT the right way to make our countries great again.
I read today that French motorists are required to carry yellow vests in their cars, in case there is a crash and they need to move about safely. Using them for political purposes was foolish.
*It's fun to see people spelling it marshall law.
If they had stayed peaceful, they'd have been left alone.
Without the rule of law, bystanders get hurt.
The French can vote & speak.
Yes, the movement includes mostly peaceful protesters, with a violent majority.
No, it does not matter who put the rioters there or why: It ALWAYS happens in mass protests, esp. in France.
Many twitter accounts are celebrating, glorifying, encouraging the violence, while using blame, denial and minimization to exploit it for their own gain.
It's not a "war," it's civil unrest.
Some rioters are leftists deliberately trying to make the genuine protesters look like right wing fascist thugs.
Some are right wing fascist thugs.
Going home fixes it.
In France, the mobs need to put down the molotov cocktails and rocks, in order to make the country great again, leading to good jobs.
It makes armchair quarterbacks in other countries feel good for a while, though.
France's fate was sealed a long time ago.
It doesn't matter that most protesters are peaceful... it only takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch. Police have to deal with the bad apples, but their heroism is spun into brutality