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French farmers stormed into a Paris agricultural fair before a planned visit by President Emmanuel Macron, protesting over costs and regulations. Shouting demands for Macron's resignation, they clashed with police, leading to at least one arrest. The protests come amidst wider discontent across Europe's farming community.

French President Emmanuel Macron urged farmers to remain calm after a small group disrupted France's annual agricultural fair on Saturday.

French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday was surrounded by groups of farmers who chastised the neo-liberal leader for his green agenda and for prioritising Ukraine over his own people.

At the 60th Agricultural Show held in the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris on Saturday, agricultural unions and organisations clashed with security and breached the gates in order to air the grievances of farmers to Emmanuel Macron directly. After initially showing hesitancy, the French president acquiesced and held an impromptu debate with several farmers.

The French government just passed a law to fine and imprison people for refusing to get injected with mRNA (modRNA) "vaccines."

All opposition to mRNA-LNP (lipid nanoparticles) injections in France is now considered to be "sectarian aberration." Violations carry with them a penalty of 45,000 euros and up to three years imprisonment.

Professor Michel Chossudovsky, director of Global Research, has examined the new French law that defines dissent from official medical narratives as a “sectarian aberration” and criminalizes dissent from medical narratives, such as “the mRNA vaccine is safe and effective.”

A warehouse storing 900 tons of lithium batteries waiting to be recycled went up in flames this afternoon, amid growing fears over their dangers.

The fire in France occurred at a storehouse in the town in Viviez in Aveyron, and residents were told to stay indoors by authorities.

Locals were ordered to keep their doors and window closed as the thick smoke engulfed the town. No injuries or deaths were reported.

Parliamentary Debate on “Dérive Sectaire”,  Sectarian Drift 

The draft law had first been debated on February 13.  2024

“A coalition of oppositions rejected the article [IV] on Tuesday evening [February 13], as the Senate did at the end of 2023. MPs LFI, LR and RN denounce a threat to “public freedoms” and to “whistleblowers” who criticize the pharmaceutical industry.

On the bustling streets of France, a new legislative proposal is stirring both curiosity and concern among its citizens. As of today, French lawmakers are deliberating on a law that could radically change the landscape of public health discourse in the country. This proposed legislation aims to criminalize the criticism of mRNA Covid vaccines, a move that carries with it the weight of up to a year in prison and a hefty fine of 45,000 euros.

France’s decision to block the French-language Telegram channel of the TASS news agency shows that they want to stop any information coming from Russia, the embassy in Paris said.

Presidents Emmanuel Macron of France and Vladimir Zelensky of Ukraine have signed an agreement on guarantees and security of the sphere of security between their countries.

The signing ceremony was aired by the press service of the Elysee Palace.

On 15 November 2023, the French Senate reviewed a draft law, modifications to the Penal Code, that aim to crush dissent using hefty fines of up to EUR 15,000 and threat of jail time.

Anyone daring to criticise medical treatments could fall foul of this law.  Considering the “covid vaccines are safe and effective” false narrative propagated by the government, this law is nothing short of outrageous.