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People are on strike currently in France against an ignoble law that would destroy 150 years of progress in labor regulation: The rights of the Companies would prevail over the rights of employees on all aspects, which is juridically reversing everything: in real: no more limits to hours of works, no more compensation for overtime, .... I learned today that the occupational health services will be removed: it is all filled with crap, and 76% of French people are against it! All this is set up by a president and a prime minister that are traitors against their electorate, and they are using a constitutional special clause to force to pass the law without the parliament vote, because the parliament would have voted against. The people are against, the two main opposite party would each have rejected the law, it will destroy our lives, but it may be ratified soon.

Brave strikers are currently trying to block oil refineries and power plants , but they are poor people and are not paid for the strike and blockades:
That is why I propose you, whether you're french or not, to participate to the funding of the strikes here in france:
https://www.lepotcommun.fr/pot/x9a9rzjr
A sure way to be part of one of the better cause of the century, something nice to tell to your grand son !
a few euros if you can, to help fund the strikers: It is important to show solidarity, that is our generation's duty for the next. Thank you for your attention.
"La liberté ou la mort"
added on the 2016-05-27 00:21:01 by krabob krabob
"I will build a great wall – and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me – and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on your southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words."
added on the 2016-05-27 07:31:11 by havoc havoc
Clickbaitiness of the subject aside, it was true: I was surprised.
added on the 2016-05-27 08:09:37 by sol_hsa sol_hsa
I thought France was ruled by a socialist government?
added on the 2016-05-27 08:18:51 by Adok Adok
We should give money to some French people so that they could strike to keep the rights we ourselves do not have?
added on the 2016-05-27 09:55:47 by Preacher Preacher
if you don't like the slave job quit it.
simple.
all else is illusion.
added on the 2016-05-27 11:28:28 by 1in10 1in10
isnt there EU law about this stuff?
added on the 2016-05-27 12:21:13 by smash smash
> I thought France was ruled by a socialist government?
The french socialist party is mostly neo-liberal since the 80's, but they made a left-oriented campaign for the 2012 presidential. Then "Valls" was put prime minister and there was a purge where all (really all) the left-winged socialist ministers were fired last year. They act like real nazis since then. Disgusting.

> if you don't like the slave job quit it.
Wise, and I tried that, but after this law all jobs will turn to crap here. Employers will be allowed to fire people "for no reason", and they explain it will "bring back more jobs"...

> isnt there EU law about this stuff?
To give you an idea, Rights specialists explain that it even breaks some rules of a paper known as "Human Rights".
added on the 2016-05-27 12:40:52 by krabob krabob
Last important word:
>We should give money to some French people so that they could strike to keep the rights we ourselves do not have?

Yes of course !
If your neighbour has more rights than you, it is always more wise to reach equality by asking for the same rights for everyone, by using your neighbour example: this is solidarity.
If you want to reach equality by removing rights, you remove all rights for everyone.
Upper class people practise a lot solidarity betwen them. What the french gov is doing right now is a form of "solidarity between a few very rich people".
added on the 2016-05-27 12:54:00 by krabob krabob
Should I open a topic on the pouet bbs?

- is it demoscene related ?

- yes -> open topic
-no -> don't open topic

You're welcome.
hmmm, profering publicly on irc "death treat" to other people is known as "human rights" too?
added on the 2016-05-27 13:03:28 by rez rez
also, what guardian wrote, but totally childish clickbait title.

demoscene is our little oasis of fun & peace, I definitly don't want it to be polluted with "real life" problems, we are already harrassed 24/7 on tv, radio, newspapers, internet with politics, it's FUCKING ENOUGH :(
added on the 2016-05-27 13:09:17 by rez rez
besides.. it's France.. who cares...
added on the 2016-05-27 14:22:06 by Maali Maali
My wage is smaller than France's minimum wage, and I probably work more hours as well. Just saying. French people burn public property for nothing.
added on the 2016-05-27 15:31:47 by xernobyl xernobyl
...and that said I've got a french co-worker that prefers being here.
added on the 2016-05-27 15:32:07 by xernobyl xernobyl
You will be surprised by this clickbaiting headline. The 3rd post made me cry.
added on the 2016-05-27 22:07:55 by v3nom v3nom
What 1in10 & xernobyl said.
If you don't like your job, quit it. You seem to know how to be a good employer so go start your own business. Or if you're too dumb, a coward, or whatever, go working for an employer that is worth of you.
To make the change you must follow the rules, like the ones who are now in charge (they got there somehow, right?). Eventually you may try to make a revolution, but then you should head to strike the president/prime minister (with all the risks involved), not property of other people. For destroying other people's property you should be jailed, and on violent resistance, shot on site. That's what I'd rather pay for.
added on the 2016-05-28 01:07:01 by rutra80 rutra80
'we' gotta fund your rebellion? against your fucked up political system? okay.

the whole world got problems with number like that tho. fish
added on the 2016-05-28 02:28:07 by yumeji yumeji
rutra80, you mean "shot on sight", right?
i hope you realize the stupidity of your last sentence, fascist prick.
added on the 2016-05-28 15:34:40 by iks iks
well setting other people's cars on fire isn't polite, so rutra has a point! i certainly wouldnt enjoy it if my car was set on fire by some people who are angry at the government and just happen to think that setting my car on fire would make their points against the government more heard. my precious collection of phil collins CDs would be gone then too! they should be shot indeed!
added on the 2016-05-28 17:00:33 by Maali Maali
how about we shoot the phil collins CDs instead
@iks: no, I meant shot on the spot.
I, and many people I know, have some common middle class property for which we have to work hard for a half of our lives. Now if some gone berserk luddite would want to destroy half of my life, and possibly put at risk health/life of my family, I wouldn't hesitate to split his head with an axe if one happened to lay around (and it does lay around). Of course I'd prefer the police to do the job with the gun, which I'm not allowed to have here, unfortunately.
added on the 2016-05-28 20:45:30 by rutra80 rutra80
krabob: I don't know much about France, and indeed very little about politics in general, but - if you like socialism, why don't you come here and take my place here in India? You can walk around in amidst the dogshit and slums and starving babies.....? Where the entire country has simply collapsed thanks to Affirmative Action? Like - Ruined, Finished, simply Kicked Into The Ground, with no hope of recovery? Where industry of any kind simply has no hope of ever succeeding?
By the way, just to point out - Intel and AMD and Nvidia are all large corporations..... if you don't think large corporations are evil, exploitative, blah blah..... simply by definition, as you appear to be saying, you shouldn't be programming their hardware, right? :)
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Brave strikers are currently trying to block oil refineries and power plants , but they are poor people and are not paid for the strike and blockades


Why are they not paid? What about their contributions for the union?
added on the 2016-05-29 00:10:55 by novel novel

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