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Strikers Cut Off Access to Marseille International Airport

  

Sarkozy and his elitist group refuse to take any responsibility for the ongoing financial crisis, that was initiated by obedient pursuing of US-neocon financial reforms at the time of illegal invasion of oil-rich Iraq in 2001.

October 21, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - French striking workers have cut off access to Marseille Airport during the ongoing demonstrations in major cities across the country since late yesterday.

Demonstrators firmly demand an end to right-wing Sarkozy austerity program aimed at gradually cutting down benefits to citizens while leaving a small group of wealthy corporatists untouched with tax safe havens and other benefits. France is home to the Great French Revolution of 1789-1799, which ended the corrupt feudal aristocratic regime ruled by King Louis XVI and his wife Marry Antoine.

More than 3 million French workers and unions are calling on Sarkozy to stop a pension reform bill that will higher the eligibility age from 60 to 62. Franceís President - who happens to be a staunch advocate of US-necon financial planning - wants to enact the bill and stealthy begin other reforms by cutting down all social benefits to an already impoverished majority.

Thousands of oil and transportation workers have stopped supplying gasoline to more than 10 percent of all gas stations causing widespread shortage of this vital fuel to commuters.

Sarkozy and his elitist group refuse to take any responsibility for the ongoing financial crisis, that was initiated by obedient pursuing of US-neocon financial reforms at the time of illegal invasion of oil-rich Iraq in 2001 under G.W. Bush and encouraged by most European heads of states at the time.

 

 

 

 

 

French demonstrators vowed to continue with the protests until their demands are met.

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