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Subject: 34 cars and counting--will Sarkozy survive the term-6 years of mayhem
Herc the Merc    5/7/2007 6:23:38 PM
The Parisian underclass took no time of for their revolution. 34 cars per little green footballs. With this kind of a start I do not see how Sarkozy can survive--now just for further curiosity as many of the left in US have desired to impeach Bush, whats the process of removing an elected President in France. I simply don't see any reason why Paris will be safe.
 
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Herc the Merc    700 cars now   5/7/2007 7:26:03 PM
No wonder France makes great trains and very very fast. Haha.
 
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Bluewings12       5/7/2007 8:55:44 PM
34 burned cars by lunatics and you think that our president will be "impeach" ???

How old are you Herc ? 12 ?
Enough said .

Cheers .

 
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swhitebull    Herc - WRONG as Usual - 730 Cars Reported by LGF   5/7/2007 9:16:27 PM

Monday, May 07, 2007


Update: How Many Cars Torched? (Media Lies)

Not only did the Associated Press bury their report that 367 cars had been torched in France, now it turns out that the media have been lying about the violence.

Because the actual number of cars destroyed by “youths” last night was 730—about twice the number reported by the AP.

This Reuters article also says 78 policemen were injured by the “youths,” and the violence was much more widespread than we’ve been told: Police hurt in French election violence.

PARIS (Reuters) - Hundreds of people were arrested in France overnight in clashes between police and protesters angry over conservative Nicolas Sarkozy’s victory in Sunday’s presidential election, police said.

Official figures released on Monday said demonstrators set fire to 730 cars and injured 78 policemen across France, with 592 people arrested in the violent protests against the tough-talking former interior minister.

The tally was revised sharply upwards after an initial report appeared to downplay the clashes and was at odds with local police figures and eyewitness reports, which suggested widespread troubles in numerous French cities.

This comes as no surprise, because French media have openly stated that they will cover up the true extent of the violence. And the French Constitutional Council recently passed a law criminalizing the reporting of acts of violence by anyone other than professional journalists
 
 
swhitebull -  what was that again Sarkosy said about those "misguided youths?"  Time to put his words into action and clean out the Augean stables surrounding the Eternal City. He's got a mandate for it.
 
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AdvanceAustralia    Another Herc prediction bites the dust!   5/8/2007 2:02:46 PM

The Parisian underclass took no time of for their revolution. 34 cars per little green footballs. With this kind of a start I do not see how Sarkozy can survive--now just for further curiosity as many of the left in US have desired to impeach Bush, whats the process of removing an elected President in France. I simply don't see any reason why Paris will be safe.
What's for lunch Herc?

 
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Herc the Merc    Advance   5/8/2007 2:19:30 PM



The Parisian underclass took no time of for their revolution. 34 cars per little green footballs. With this kind of a start I do not see how Sarkozy can survive--now just for further curiosity as many of the left in US have desired to impeach Bush, whats the process of removing an elected President in France. I simply don't see any reason why Paris will be safe.

What's for lunch Herc?


Wanna make a counter call--Remember this -Sarkozy will not finish his full term. Check back May 8th 2012. And have a ton of beer ready.
 
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Herc the Merc    Sarkozy in a yacht while France burns-- Mr. Mary Antoinette   5/8/2007 2:25:26 PM

Sarkozy's reforms promise to be tougher, and are certain to meet similar street protests.

Sarkozy himself was on a yacht in the Mediterranean, taking time to rest before he takes over from Jacques Chirac on May 16.

Critics on the left assailed him for his high-budget retreat — the yacht belongs to prominent magnate Vincent Bollore and was outfitted with huge plasma TVs and a whirlpool bath.

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And Advance thinks he will keep his job--lol. I think Advance since u moved to the Middle East the Northern Hemisphere magnetic shift has reordered some dendrites in ur brain. Haha.
 
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AdvanceAustralia    I don't know about a tonne but I'll put up a slab.   5/8/2007 2:25:47 PM






The Parisian underclass took no time of for their revolution. 34 cars per little green footballs. With this kind of a start I do not see how Sarkozy can survive--now just for further curiosity as many of the left in US have desired to impeach Bush, whats the process of removing an elected President in France. I simply don't see any reason why Paris will be safe.


What's for lunch Herc?



Wanna make a counter call--Remember this -Sarkozy will not finish his full term. Check back May 8th 2012. And have a ton of beer ready.



 
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