Skip to comments.French police clash with eco-activists
Posted on 04/10/2018 12:42:49 PM PDT by BBell
French police battled Tuesday to evict anti-airport protesters and the creators of an alternative anti-capitalist settlement in western France during a second day of clashes.
Some 2,500 officers raided the decade-old camp at Notre-Dame-des-Landes on Monday, destroying makeshift buildings topped with corrugated iron, a giant tent, a watchtower, and a sheep shed and cheese-making area.
The assault in a wooded area near the city of Nantes has seen dozens of rounds of tear gas fired, as well as stun grenades,
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I imagine the tear gas was an improvement over the stench of the hippies.
Oh NO, not the cheeze making shed!
That should be Cheese Whiz.
Phony “ecological” concerns blocking an airport project is familiar tactic of the Communists. Same thing happened in Japan a few years back.
Also, I was going to say: "Put a tent over it and you'd have a circus", but then I got to photo number 18 and saw that they already had a circus tent.
Finally, I wonder how many welfare "Euros" these so-called anti-capitalists burned through in the ten years they were squatting on the property, because they sure weren't making a living off whatever they were doing in their "commune" - not even with a "cheese making shed".
Move out the trash.
Macron has proven to be less of a wuss than I thought.
the ‘protestor’ in the pic looks more like antifa than a gaia worshipper
French making cheese is so cliché. I wonder if there were any monkeys.
Fumigate them with tear gas. It will be an improvement.
In NJ wealthy libs get these dopes/dupes to block development in wealthy lib neighborhoods by spouting BS about “preservation”. They don’t want marginally employed eco-warriors living too close to them...
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