Protests Across France Against Macron Carbon Tax Hike

Over two-thirds of French citizens back the protests against Macron’s tax hikes, and his approval ratings have collapsed.

In a warning of what is likely facing us down the road in Canada under Trudeau’s destructive policies, there are massive protests in France as the backlash to Emmanuel Macron’s carbon tax hike grows.

Over 240,000 people took to the streets, blocking roads in protest against the hikes which have caused fuel prices to surge.

It’s called the ‘yellow-vests’ movement, and has the support of more than two-thirds of French citizens.

Macron has been cast as the “president of the rich,” slamming regular people with tax hikes while he and the elites live in luxury.

Macron imposed the hated-tax hikes in an attempt at social engineering, raising the price of fuel to get people to buy ‘greener cars.’ Of course, most people can’t afford tax hikes at all, especially not fuel tax hikes, and people need to be able to afford driving the car they already have.

The backlash to the Macron carbon tax has been massive, sending Macron’s approval ratings to depths even worse than his widely-hated socialist predecessor.

This is also a warning for what could be in store for Canadians. If Trudeau gets re-elected the carbon tax will go up and up and up, causing the price of fuel and everything else to skyrocket.

The only way to stop that from happening is to ensure that Justin Trudeau is defeated in 2019.

Spencer Fernando

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