I looked in on Le Figaro, itself establishment but at least it does run stories and there was this:
Also here. Quick Google translation:
Parading in Paris on Sunday, protesters tried to force candidates to position themselves on the Taubira law, the LDCs and the GPA.
A few weeks before the primary right and center, seven months before the presidential election, for all Manif wanted to “be heard”. “Once elected, politicians are quick to forget you!” Smiled a grandmother bristling stickers and pink and blue flags.
They came from all over France on Sunday in Paris to defend the traditional family, “between 23,000 and 24,000 people,” according to the police headquarters, 200,000 for the organizers. At the height of mobilization, in March 2013, they had collected more than a million people (300,000 according to the police). “We are still there.’
Not sure what the new laws are but it seems to be this same sex marriage thing, Manif being the traditionalists who want to see a return to sanity and protection for the family under French law.
Question – have you seen anything about large demonstrations for marriage anywhere in our press? Any pictures of it? Even Breitbart is misrepresenting what actually went on, saying it was about immigration.
Interesting that between looking at this on the iPad on waking, to coming to the computer now and writing this, Le Figaro have changed the photo. They did have a shot of the crowd but have changed it to the one you see – a few people, at a distance, on a bridge.
That’s what is going on out there, everywhere – misrepresentation by the press. In the context of my own troubles just now, is that an issue I should be concerning myself with?
The history of our blogging says yes. People like us have been going at it for a decade now and together with groups such as UKIP, have at least made some progress towards killing off the global left establishment’s unfettered influence. In other words, it is public knowledge now that there is a resistance movement, it does exist.
We can see that in the anti-Hammond talk in Cabinet – that would never have occurred under Cameron.