Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?

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Re: Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?




by Christophe » 27/05/16, 00:20

Otherwise heard yesterday on France Bleu quite "interesting and disturbing" testimonies of the reaction of some people compared to this shortage ... worthy of a time of war! The word war has been mentioned several times!

What I learned from the worst among the testimonies:
- selfish behavior of panic (a lot of people fill their tank 100% every day ... even if obviously it is far from being empty)
- whistleblowing behavior (people control the volume bought by others!)
- some food departments are also robbed in certain regions (what a panic ...)

It reminds me of the barbaric rush of the French for the famous issue of Charly Hebdo after the killing ... pfffff ... anything!
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by Janic » 27/05/16, 09:08

it reminds especially May 68, for those who lived obviously!
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by Christophe » 27/05/16, 09:19

Really? Are you so old Janic? :D I thought you were in your thirties like me ...

The new May 68, it's been incubating for years ... so let's go !!
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by Did67 » 27/05/16, 09:39

Panic, yes. It reminds.

But on the side of young people, May 68 had a festive, enjoyable, provocative side ... They believed in the possibility of building a better society, without barriers ... Remember the funny face of our international Dany facing the CRS.

Today, on the demonstrations, I see hooded people indulging in pure violence. As if breaking relieved. Provided that we break the max. They seem to me to be hard pressed to explain what they would like to build?
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Re: Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?




by Christophe » 27/05/16, 09:43

Society is no longer the same either as in 68 ...

On the other hand I think that there was more breakage in 68 than during any demonstration of the last 30 years ... at least in Paris.

Because in Strasbourg there was still fire at a Hotel and any block of house in the port of the Rhine razed thereafter during the NATO meeting with Sarko ... when was it? 2007? 2008? 2009?
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by Macro » 27/05/16, 14:02

Boff ... Charlots .... In any war whatsoever .... The most effective is to attack the means of communication ... What is an army without transmission ??? and well not much ... Moreover it can be done without breakage and without violence .... Open a telphonic distributor without breaking with the triangle key which will be fine. Empty it of all its "chat tongues". in a bag and send them back to France Telecom ... it will take 3 or 4 days to arrive .... put a garbage bag on satellite heads of so-called secure connections .... a breeze ... Neither hatred neither gun nor violence ... And you screw the economy in 24 hours ... the lack of personnel for small repairs interventions for this type of malevolence is such that a few hours of properly organized groups would take a mess much more significant than tens of hours of picket lines ..... : Mrgreen:
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by sen-no-sen » 27/05/16, 14:11

What good is sabotaging society when you don't have an effective plan for its recovery?
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by Macro » 27/05/16, 15:07

I start from the principle that to better go back to the surface the most practical is to wait to hit the bottom and give a good impulse with both feet .... personal ... 3 months without email telephone fax TV ... it would do me well ....
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by Ahmed » 27/05/16, 15:57

Everything tends to persevere in its being, this is why the unions do not aim to remove the obstacle which justifies their existence, efficiency in the sense that you understand it, Macro, is therefore not sought at this level.
The same analysis could be made in the case of Daesh ...
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Re: Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?




by Christophe » 29/05/16, 12:19

The card is clearing, is there an unlock in the air?

Or are we already taking in strategic stocks?
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