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    Merci pour la nouvelle.

    What are the yellow vests doing these days? Is there a recommended website to follow their progress?
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    HOLD-UP - Le film-documentaire en version intégrale, non-censurée, actualisée 2:49:55

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    HOLD-UP - Le film-documentaire

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    La pandémie de la Covid-19 a donné lieu à des échanges contradictoires entre médecins, spécialistes, professeurs, hommes politiques et experts, le tout orchestré et alimenté par le feu nourri des médias. Les scientifiques se sont ainsi retrouvés discrédités avec notamment l’affaire du Lancet. Le Conseil scientifique, censé piloter cette pandémie, est ouvertement accusé d’incompétence et d’arrogance, preuves à l’appui. Et nous dans tout ça ? Que penser ? Que faire avec toutes ces informations ? Qui croire ?

    Ce sont les questions auxquelles le documentaire HOLD-UP tente de répondre en partant à la rencontre de soignants, chercheurs, experts, juristes offrant une autre lecture sur cette crise sans précédent et dénonçant une batterie de mesures gouvernementales jugées inefficaces pour la plupart.
    « Ce qu’il y a souvent de plus difficile à apprécier et à comprendre, c’est ce qui se passe sous nos yeux.»

    – Alexis de Tocqueville
    Depuis l’éclatement de la crise du coronavirus en mars 2020 et face au nombre restreint de lits de réanimation en milieu hospitalier, le gouvernement français proclame l’état d’urgence sanitaire et assoit son autorité à grand renfort de mesures liberticides : confinement, attestations de déplacement obligatoires, couvre-feu, amendes pouvant avoisiner les 3750 euros et peines de prison allant jusqu’à 6 mois d’emprisonnement en cas de non respect des règles.

    D’un point de vue économique, ces mesures ont pour conséquence la fermeture de 400 000 PME et la précarisation de 4 millions de français, 1 million d’entre eux risquant de rejoindre les rangs des 10 millions de français vivant d’ores et déjà en deçà du seuil de pauvreté et des 900 000 personnes sans domicile fixe.

    Que dire de ces mesures pour une épidémie dont le taux de mortalité actuel est établi à 0,15% et touchant principalement les plus de 65 ans affectés par la comorbidité ?

    Saisis par l’urgence de la situation, le réalisateur Pierre Barnérias (TPROD) et le producteur Christophe Cossé (Tomawak) décident de s’atteler à la production du documentaire HOLD-UP, dévoilant les erreurs commises par les plus hautes instances publiques et questionnant les fondements mêmes de nos libertés et l’avenir qui nous est réservé si nous restons impassibles face à ces dérives politiques.
    « Il faut bien se figurer que la privation de nos droits, de nos libertés, de nos choix est un hold-up. Nous aurions pu l’intituler « Coup d’Etat ». » – Christophe Cossé
    Dans un souci de diffuser ce film citoyen au plus grand nombre, TPROD & Tomawak se sont engagés à mettre ce film en accès libre sur différentes plateformes web; notre préférence va tout naturellement à www.odysee.com, une des dernières et rares plateformes à laisser la parole libre et non-censurée.


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    The Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to contradictory exchanges between doctors, specialists, professors, politicians and experts, all orchestrated and fueled by heavy media fire. Scientists have thus found themselves discredited, notably with the Lancet affair. The Scientific Council, supposed to pilot this pandemic, is openly accused of incompetence and arrogance, with supporting evidence. And what about us ? What to think? What to do with all this information? Who to believe?

    These are the questions that the documentary HOLD-UP tries to answer by going to meet caregivers, researchers, experts, lawyers offering another reading on this unprecedented crisis and denouncing a battery of government measures deemed ineffective for the most part.
    "What is often most difficult to appreciate and understand is what is happening before our eyes." - Alexis de Tocqueville
    Since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis in March 2020 and faced with the limited number of resuscitation beds in hospitals, the French government has declared a state of health emergency and is asserting its authority with great reinforcement of freedom-killing measures: confinement, certificates compulsory travel, curfews, fines of up to 3,750 euros and prison sentences of up to 6 months imprisonment for non-compliance with the rules.

    From an economic point of view, these measures result in the closure of 400,000 SMEs and the precariousness of 4 million French people, 1 million of them risking to join the ranks of the 10 million French people who are already living below the poverty line and 900,000 homeless people.

    What about these measures for an epidemic whose current mortality rate is set at 0.15% and mainly affecting those over 65 affected by comorbidity?

    Seized by the urgency of the situation, the director Pierre Barnérias (TPROD) and the producer Christophe Cossé (Tomawak) decide to get down to the production of the documentary HOLD-UP, revealing the errors made by the highest public authorities and questioning the very foundations of our freedoms and the future that is in store for us if we remain impassive in the face of these political abuses.
    “We have to imagine that the deprivation of our rights, our freedoms, our choices is a hold-up. We could have called it a "coup d'etat". "- Christophe Cossé
    In order to distribute this citizen film to as many people as possible, TPROD & Tomawak are committed to making this film freely accessible on various web platforms; our preference goes naturally to www.odysee.com, one of the last and few platforms to allow free and uncensored speech.


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    Quote Posted by Bullseye (here)
    What are the yellow vests doing these days? Is there a recommended website to follow their progress?
    The yellow vests? How do you want to manifest in the street with confinement and restrictions that change according to the mood of our dear president.
    If you don't wear a mask, it's € 75, a repeat offense is € 1,500, just not to wear a mask. A lot of people are in fear in France, we are all fed up with the didacture of this government which changes its mind as it changes its shirt.
    Containment was in place until February 2021 and we should come out of the state of emergency in April. In truth the fear is caused to have docile sheep and when it comes time to vaccinate, everyone will agree ???
    I am afraid that Macron will retain power and that there will be no elections in 2022, it is off to a good start in this direction!

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    Quote Posted by Lunesoleil (here)
    Quote Posted by Bullseye (here)
    What are the yellow vests doing these days? Is there a recommended website to follow their progress?
    The yellow vests? How do you want to manifest in the street with confinement and restrictions that change according to the mood of our dear president.
    If you don't wear a mask, it's € 75, a repeat offense is € 1,500, just not to wear a mask. A lot of people are in fear in France, we are all fed up with the didacture of this government which changes its mind as it changes its shirt.
    Containment was in place until February 2021 and we should come out of the state of emergency in April. In truth the fear is caused to have docile sheep and when it comes time to vaccinate, everyone will agree ???
    I am afraid that Macron will retain power and that there will be no elections in 2022, it is off to a good start in this direction!
    Large parts of the population is zombified by the masks. Turning against the small schoolchildren is waking up a small part of the mothers and parents. This crime is where the general mass may wake up, thats why I am supporting that revolt.

    Good news from Berlin where from monday masks will be prohibited in the workplace and the schools !!!!!!! The state insurance company does not support the risk of mask wearing any longer and that made things moving.
    I have the news only in Spanish, but those who understand german can listen in on the video.

    https://canal7salta.com/2020/11/11/i...yyPkQYNHSG3lc0

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    Since the launch of the movie Heist, many shares of the movie have been blocked, even this one no longer works
    I changed the video link three times since this morning.
    Initially, a participation was requested on Vimeo, which gave in exchange a code, because the producer had not collected enough money.
    He had announced on Youtube that the film had been pirated and that the videos on facebook, Youtube were not allowed.
    Then the film on Vimeo was deleted because after the buzz, all the media were on the lookout.
    Then the producer in another video authorized on condition of seeing it on a single link which is the official video to watch the film.

    The problem this movie has been copied many times on Odyssey.
    I don't understand, if it's free why restrict its distribution?
    The donors are given a right of ownership in my opinion.
    This Hold-up film has become a real shambles, we no longer understand anything, it lacks scientific sources to be taken really seriously


    I had opened a discussion, because I didn't know that we were talking about the subject of the film Hold-up on the Avalon forum, here is the link
    https://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...29#post1390029

    I added two articles in translation plus articles in English translation link, to understand how the film Hold-up presented by conspirators is perceived, this is how the information is relayed by the official media, the mainstream media which are able to block donations on tipeee ?, it happened in 2019 with a boxer who had raised a large sum of money to pay these lawyers, the donations had then been blocked.

    A case at the time that had made a lot of noise
    http://translate.google.com/translat...ros.&sandbox=1
    http://translate.google.com/translat...ublic-20200120
    http://translate.google.com/translat...0575-10530.php

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    Apparently, France is on lockdown/health emergency till the 16th of February 2021... in other words:


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    WATCH: French police unleash tear gas & water cannons at protests against new draconian ‘Comprehensive Security Law’

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    There were violent clashes across France as thousands took to the streets in protest against a controversial proposed all-encompassing “global security law” which would criminalize filming police activity in certain circumstances.

    The proposed legislation, currently being debated by the French parliament, seeks to criminalize photographing or filming the police with intent to cause harm. It would also reportedly give more autonomy to local police, arm more officers nationwide and expand the use of surveillance drones in high-crime areas.

    Video shared online purports to show journalists being detained at Tuesday’s nationwide protests, which grew increasingly violent as the day wore on.

    Thousands of citizens attended protests in numerous cities across the country, including some 400 people in Rennes; an estimated 700 protesters in Lyon and 1,300 people in Toulouse; Up to 800 people, including a local councillor who lost a hand during a yellow vest protest in 2018, attended a march in Bordeaux and an 800-strong protest was held in Grenoble.

    The draft bill would make it Illegal to “disseminate, by whatever means and on whatever medium, with the aim of damaging physical or psychological integrity, the image of the face or any other element of identification of an official of the national police or a member of the national gendarmerie when they are acting in the context of a police operation.”

    Protests held in Paris were particularly violent, with tear gas and water cannon deployed to disperse the crowds.

    Footage also purported to show fleeing protesters, soaked by water cannon and suffering the effects of tear gas, trapped on a metro.

    Penalties of up to one year in prison and a €45,000 fine are being considered alongside the new proposed legislation, backed by President Emmanuel Macron’s ruling La République En Marche party.

    The law's co-author Jean-Michel Fauvergue, a former chief of France’s elite RAID police unit, dismissed claims the law would provide immunity for police abuse, saying “in no way does this stop journalists from working.”

    Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin claimed the proposed legislation is necessary to “protect those who protect us,” but rights groups and journalists’ unions say the bill is ripe for abuse and dangerously open to errant interpretation.

    Amnesty and Reporters Without Borders argue that the proposed law in its current form contains vague and poorly-defined terms, including the concept of “intent” behind the publication of images or videos on social media or via news sites, which would be open to abuse from authorities.

    An open letter signed by journalists across France calls for more consultation and claims that there is already sufficient protection for authorities in place.

    The UN Human Rights Council also warned against the proposal, saying it was open to abuse and “could discourage, even punish those who could supply elements of potential human rights violations by law enforcement, and provide a sort of immunity.”


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    From RT, today: https://rt.com/news/508106-france-pr...filming-police

    Thousands of protesters march in France against security law that bans filming police

    Protesters throughout France have shown up for rallies against a controversial draft law on public safety, under which filming a police officer on duty may result in a hefty fine. Critics say it fosters impunity for misconduct.

    The protests were organized in many large French cities, including Paris, Marseilles, Lyon, Brest and Nice, with thousands participating despite Covid-19 concerns. The main event is happening in the Place de la République in the capital.

    https://twitter.com/ClementLanot/sta...76297135419394



    The demonstrators are voicing their anger over a draft law on public security, which was approved by the lower chamber of the parliament this week. Article 24 of the bill bans filming of police officers on duty with an intention to harm them. Lawmakers who voted for the bill are among the officials who were shamed by the protesters.

    https://twitter.com/s_assbague/statu...84147844902914



    The reasoning behind the provision, which introduces a fine of €45,000 ($53,450) or even a one-year jail term, is that members of the force need to be protected from doxxing and online harassment. Critics say it curtails journalistic freedoms and would be used to intimidate people who want to expose police brutality and other forms of misconduct.

    https://twitter.com/L_insoumission/s...90077630214146



    The protests were organized by unions, but they have many supporters. The Yellow Vests movement, which was sparked by growing social and economic inequality and for months remained a major problem for President Emmanuel Macron, is among them.

    https://twitter.com/actufrparis/stat...71365669851137



    There is also a component of racism in why the proposed law sparked so much anger. Police abuse of people of color became more visible thanks to the spread of mobile phones with good cameras and social media.

    https://twitter.com/dbelaid/status/1332687602877599744



    One such incident, which was filmed on CCTV rather than a personal device, went viral this week after the footage was leaked online. It showed French police beat and racially abuse a black man, apparently for not wearing a face mask.
    Police have also been slammed for their heavy-handed tactics in clearing a migrant camp in central Paris earlier this week.

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    How 'bout London TODAY?
    Freedom!Freedom!Freedom!Freedom!Freedom!Freedom!
    Jump to 1:14:00 hrs.

    LIVE: New round of anti-lockdown protest hits London
    (4:14:08 hrs.)
    "Your planet is forbidden for an open visit - extremely aggressive social environment,despite almost perfect climatic conditions.Almost 4 billion violent deaths for the last 5000 years and about 15000 major military conflicts in the same period."

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    ...

    ... just a little more than a few people at the "Marches des Libertés" (Paris):

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/En8ASRCX...pg&name=medium
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    French Former Top General Says He Fears Civil War Due to ‘Crisis of Authority’

    By Chris Tomlinson
    9 Dec 2020


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    French General Pierre de Villiers, the former chief of staff of the French armed forces, has warned that France could be heading for civil conflict, due to Islamist radicals and growing urban violence.

    General de Villiers, who made headlines by quitting as armed forces chief of staff in 2017 over clashes on army budget cuts with President Emmanuel Macron, warned of a variety of factors that could see France heading to potential civil conflict.

    According to the General, the social climate in France has been tense well before the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic and the lockdowns imposed by the French government.
    “Let’s not kid ourselves with illusions about confinement, which is like a lid on the pot: the current climate is gloomy at best, eruptive at worst, in any case very unstable. Everywhere, poverty and anger are increasing,” de Villiers told the newspaper, Le Parisien.

    “And six crises overlap: health, security, economic, financial, geostrategic and obviously political, what I call the crisis of authority,” he said and added that France could be reaching a tipping point.
    “It can change slowly, or very quickly if there is a spark like in 1789 or 1914. France is an old democracy, a mature country, but it has historically struggled to reform. It is often by explosions, by ruptures,” he said.

    “France has been at peace for 75 years. We soldiers do not want war. We know what it is. My fear is civil war. When we behead a teacher in front of a college or when we murder three people who come to pray in a church,” he added referring to the recent terror attacks in Yvelines and Nice.
    The 64-year-old also spoke of the problem of radical Islamic extremists and others who hate France, noting it could take generations to integrate them.
    “Recovering 20-year-olds who hate France, who are close to […] the Salafists, that can neither be simple nor quick. The task is gigantic. But do we have other choices? Politics should be the art of placing one’s action in the long term,” he said.
    According to a leaked intelligence report released earlier this year, at least 150 neighbourhoods and areas across France are “held” by radical Islamists.

    The brother of General de Villers, former French secretary of state Philippe de Villiers, noted in 2018 that the General had warned President Macron about the growing instability in parts of the country.
    If the suburbs give rise to further and even more violent uprisings, we will have no way to face them: we lack the means, we lack the men. This is the reality of the French political situation,” General de Villiers is alleged to have told the French leader, according to his brother.
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    Quote ... the General had warned President Macron about the growing instability in parts of the country.
    ... leads me to consider that it was Macron's job to make it happen that way with army budget cuts paving the way to NATO and UN troups.

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    French Former Top General Says He Fears Civil War Due to ‘Crisis of Authority’

    French General Pierre de Villiers, the former chief of staff of the French armed forces, has warned that France could be heading for civil conflict, due to Islamist radicals and growing urban violence.
    Breitbart better be very careful who to trust in the French military and that may include De Villiers. The Islamic threat may be real but it has been used again and again to terrorize french civilian society each time when the regime had to enforce unpopular measures. Several false flags by controlled terrorists of Arabian descent have happened over the last years. The "management of terror attacks"and the mind control of terrorists are realities. The country is now an open prison after the "coup d'etat" with the Covid19 operation. The resistance is waiting for a new D-Day when Trump gets reelected.
    Not only in Frankfurt CIA servers may have been seased. Footage of 6th of december show 4 Navy seal helicopters tanking in a civilian Nice airport (when they usually go to a military base) and has been explained as a joint operation with French military white hats against a CIA antenna in that Mediterranean town. ( See the attached article with 4 x twitter footage but sorry no time to translate). That would be an operation of the COS (‘commandement des opérations spéciales’) of the French army and the JSOC (‘Joint Special Operations Command’, le COS américain)

    http://clearlook.unblog.fr/2020/12/0...HLC6YV14Kon4rg
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    President of the Free French: Call for rebellion, Paris, 18 December 2020 15:37

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    Popular Rebellion - State of national emergency by Free French. (English voice-over)

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvSpgWABFw0 (original French version)
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    ... full speed propaganda...

    ‘1 COVID patient admitted to ICU every 7 min’ | France extends nationwide curbs

    January 9, 2021 by IWB

    Coronavirus situation in France shows no signs of easing up as authorities extend restrictions already in place across the country.

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