Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo

Francia. La rivolta con il tiranno continua. Tagliata la luce ad Orly e Rungis.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-01-21.

2020-01-21__Parigi

A quanto sembrerebbe, i Patrioti francesi hanno iniziato una nuova fase della rivoluzione, sui cui esiti ci sarebbe ben poco da discutere. Anche ricordano che tra due mesi la Francia torna alle urne.

«French energy workers protesting against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform cut power on Tuesday to the world’s largest wholesale fresh food market, Rungis near Paris, the hardleft CGT union’s energy branch said»

«A spokeswoman for Rungis International Market said emergency power kicked in when the outage began 0530 GMT and that there was no disruption to trade. The power cut lasted 90 minutes»

«“The power source to Rungis is cut this morning,” the local CGT energy branch wrote on Facebook »

«The power outage also halted services on the Orlyval rail shuttle serving Orly, the French capital’s second busiest airport»

«The deliberate sabotage of power supplies underlines the growing determination of France’s left-wing unions to resort to wildcat action, after a wave of strikes and street protests since early December failed to force Macron to back down on his overhaul of the pension system»

«The Rungis market covers 234 hectares and generates revenues of 9 billion euros a year»

«Meanwhile, the longest transport strike in France in decades appeared to be petering out on Monday, with most Paris metro and national train services back up and running, offering relief to weary commuters»

«But while the return to work marked a tentative victory for President Emmanuel Macron, who has refused to back down in the dispute over pension reforms, French media and experts warned that opposition to the overhaul was far from over — and taking an increasingly radical turn»

«On the 47th straight day of strikes over the government’s plans to fuse France’s 42 different pension schemes into one, 11 out of 16 metro lines were operating as normal or nearly normal, according to the Paris public transport operator RATP»

«Mobilization continues for CGT Energy. The union, still at the forefront of the strike against the pension reform, claimed Tuesday morning a power cut affecting several cities in the southeast of the cap»

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L’Europa è una bomba ad orologeria.

Gli attuali governi, ivi compresa la Commissione Europea della von der Leyen, vivono arroccati nelle proprie ideologie, del tutto staccati ed incuranti della gente comune.

Ma il malessere è diffuso per tutta l’Unione, ed in Francia in modo particolare.

Eurostat. Reddito Netto Mediano di 1,409 euro al mese.

Ebbene, sì: in questa sedicente opulenta Europa la metà della popolazione vive con meno di 1,409 euro al mese.

Ci si potrebbe permettere di fare i radical chic con 5,000 euro al mese, almeno, ed un solido posto nella pubblica amministrazione, che vessa di tasse e leggi e normative i poveracci che lavorano per arricchire i liberal, senza dare un minimo di servizi decenti.

Francia. Dimissioni in massa dei primari ospedalieri.

Macron, egemone di Francia, licenzia Ségolène Royal, che ha osato contraddirlo.

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Nessuno si faccia illusioni, ma proprio nessuna.

Tutte le valanghe hanno inizio con poche pietruzze, ma alla fine hanno un potere distruttivo degno di bombe ad alto potenziale.

Se questi governi, iniziando da quello di Mr Macron, non se ne andranno con le buone, la gente inferocita li scaccerà con la forza della disperazione.

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French workers cut electricity at world’s largest market in pensions protest

French energy workers protesting against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform cut power on Tuesday to the world’s largest wholesale fresh food market, Rungis near Paris, the hardleft CGT union’s energy branch said.

A spokeswoman for Rungis International Market said emergency power kicked in when the outage began 0530 GMT and that there was no disruption to trade. The power cut lasted 90 minutes.

“The power source to Rungis is cut this morning,” the local CGT energy branch wrote on Facebook.

The power outage also halted services on the Orlyval rail shuttle serving Orly, the French capital’s second busiest airport.

The deliberate sabotage of power supplies underlines the growing determination of France’s left-wing unions to resort to wildcat action, after a wave of strikes and street protests since early December failed to force Macron to back down on his overhaul of the pension system.

The Rungis market covers 234 hectares and generates revenues of 9 billion euros a year

Transport strike

Meanwhile, the longest transport strike in France in decades appeared to be petering out on Monday, with most Paris metro and national train services back up and running, offering relief to weary commuters.

But while the return to work marked a tentative victory for President Emmanuel Macron, who has refused to back down in the dispute over pension reforms, French media and experts warned that opposition to the overhaul was far from over — and taking an increasingly radical turn.

On the 47th straight day of strikes over the government’s plans to fuse France’s 42 different pension schemes into one, 11 out of 16 metro lines were operating as normal or nearly normal, according to the Paris public transport operator RATP.

National rail operator SNCF announced Sunday that nearly all suburban, regional and high-speed TGV trains would also be running.

In Paris, the focal point of the strikes that have caused nearly seven weeks of travel misery, the biggest union in RATP said Saturday it was suspending its strike action “to regain strength”.

Unsa-RATP representative Laurent Djebali told AFP that many strikers had voted to resume work “for financial reasons” after going without pay for weeks, but he was adamant that there was “no question” of ending the strike altogether.

The biggest union at the SNCF, the militant CGT, also struck a defiant note in the face of the flagging strike participation.

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CGT Energy demands a giant power cut south of Paris

Mobilization continues for CGT Energy. The union, still at the forefront of the strike against the pension reform, claimed Tuesday morning a power cut affecting several cities in the southeast of the capital. On Facebook, CGT Énergie 94 explained that it had cut “the source station of Rungis“, plunging “the MIN (Rungis market) and Orly in the dark“. In a second publication, CGT Énergie 94 notes that “Energies CGT 94 91 93 75” are “mobilized“, and the “MV (High Voltage 20,000 Volt) substations cut“. According to FranceInfo, the cuts have affected several municipalities, including Orly, Rungis, Anthony, Fresnes and Thiais, from 6 a.m. In Rungis, the shutdown took place from 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. The situation is now normal in this commune.

Rungis and its perimeter were affected, a priori between 5:45 am and 8:00 am“Announced Frank Jouanno of CGT Energy from Val-de-Marne to Le Figaro. “One hundred people“Carried out this action, which concerned between”25,000 and 50,000»People.

Contacted by Le Figaro, Laurent Hérédia, federal secretary of the CGT Energy, indicates that this operation is part of “in line with our actions in the fight against pension reform“. He adds that “pickets continue, including at Gennevilliers, on the Serval site. The new Linky meters have not been installed for more than a week.It is Serval’s logistics platform which must deliver the meters for Enedis from all over the Ile-de-France.

The representative of CGT Energie Val-de-Marne, Franck Jouano, explained that he wanted “make an impression“And”have an impact on the economy“. “Currently, in the media, we only hear actions from RATP and SNCF“. Recognizing “collateral damages“Who were able to reach households, he felt that having a power outage was”not the end of the world“.

The government strongly condemned the cut: when asked about BFMTV, the Secretary of State for the City and Housing, Julien Denormandie, criticized an action “outrageous and irresponsible“. “Can you imagine not only the inconvenience, but sometimes the endangerment of people? […] It’s scandalous, it’s irresponsible and it destroys social dialogue“He rebelled, pointing to acts”which degrade the climate of dialogue“.

This Tuesday morning, the cut affected the transport in Île-de-France: the circulation of the Orlyval was disrupted, and its teams declared to make “their maximum to quickly bring the installations back into conformity“. Similarly, tram line 7 was hit by the action of CGT Energy, and set up replacement buses for its passengers. However, Orly airport was not affected.

Mobilization continues for CGT Energy. The union, still at the forefront of the strike against the pension reform, claimed Tuesday morning a power cut affecting several cities in the southeast of the capital. On Facebook, CGT Énergie 94 explained that it had cut “the source station of Rungis“, plunging “the MIN (Rungis market) and Orly in the dark“. In a second publication, CGT Énergie 94 notes that “Energies CGT 94 91 93 75” are “mobilized“, and the “MV (High Voltage 20,000 Volt) substations cut“. According to FranceInfo, the cuts have affected several municipalities, including Orly, Rungis, Anthony, Fresnes and Thiais, from 6 a.m. In Rungis, the shutdown took place from 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. The situation is now normal in this commune.

Rungis and its perimeter were affected, a priori between 5:45 am and 8:00 am“Announced Frank Jouanno of CGT Energy from Val-de-Marne to Le Figaro. “One hundred people“Carried out this action, which concerned between”25,000 and 50,000»People.

Contacted by Le Figaro, Laurent Hérédia, federal secretary of the CGT Energy, indicates that this operation is part of “in line with our actions in the fight against pension reform“. He adds that “pickets continue, including at Gennevilliers, on the Serval site. The new Linky meters have not been installed for more than a week.It is Serval’s logistics platform which must deliver the meters for Enedis from all over the Ile-de-France.

The representative of CGT Energie Val-de-Marne, Franck Jouano, explained that he wanted “make an impression“And”have an impact on the economy“. “Currently, in the media, we only hear actions from RATP and SNCF“. Recognizing “collateral damages“Who were able to reach households, he felt that having a power outage was”not the end of the world“.

The government strongly condemned the cut: when asked about BFMTV, the Secretary of State for the City and Housing, Julien Denormandie, criticized an action “outrageous and irresponsible“. “Can you imagine not only the inconvenience, but sometimes the endangerment of people? […] It’s scandalous, it’s irresponsible and it destroys social dialogue“He rebelled, pointing to acts”which degrade the climate of dialogue“.

This Tuesday morning, the cut affected the transport in Île-de-France: the circulation of the Orlyval was disrupted, and its teams declared to make “their maximum to quickly bring the installations back into conformity“. Similarly, tram line 7 was hit by the action of CGT Energy, and set up replacement buses for its passengers. However, Orly airport was not affected.

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Parigi, tagliano la luce per protesta

Azione del sindacato Cgt contro la riforma delle pensioni

PARIGI, 21 GEN – Ancora corrente tagliata in Francia in un nuovo blitz contro la riforma delle pensioni rivendicata da CGT Energie. In particolare, il sindacato in lotta contro il progetto di Emmanuel Macron ha annunciato di essere all’origine del blackout di questa mattina nella zona dell’aeroporto di Orly e i mercati generali di Rungis, a sud di Parigi, con l'”obiettivo di colpire l’economia e mostrare la mobilitazione contro la riforma delle pensioni”.

Un atto “scandaloso” e “irresponsabile”, ha detto il ministro francese incaricato per la Città e la Casa, Julien Denormandie, ai microfoni di BFM-TV-RMC.