Deviant since Jan 26, 2015 | Core Member until Dec 18, 2018
Small Dragon In Sheep's Clothing
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People in my country are fighting for the right of living a good life.
They're wearing a yellow jacket as the sign of rebellion against our government.
They're wearing a yellow jacket because they can't live with the wages earned with their work.
The incomes of households in our country are suffering from declining wages, earnings and volatile prices of fuel.
People works hard but the precariousness is becoming more and more important. The number of people living in poverty in France has rocketed ! More and more people, even in the middle classes is starting to have difficulties to pay bills and food at the 15th of each month !
This situation is mostly the consequence of bad politics in my country since... wow ! so many years ! Not only in France, but in a lot of countries in Europe or in the world...
Running after more and more money when more and more people don't eat or can't work is a dangerous activity, especially when the wealth-sharing is just an idea, not a reality...
French people are protesting against a blind government who just think social rights are just a brake on growth. A government where the President and the other politics don't want to see that the high and persistent levels of inequality is a moral aberration. Untenable in the long term. Unbearable for the people.
I'm not here to take part in or against this movement.
I'm just watching the governmental inaction and its dramatic effect on French people.
I'm watching pain and suffering.
I'm watching violence and anger.
In places or monuments who are the symbol of our democracy.
I'm watching and I'm asking myself if a country where people are begging at their governement's feet is always a democracy...