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LOL France is losing its colonies left and right first africa now here tomorrow south America finally Corsica
 

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New Caledonia ranks 4th in the world in nickel production.
In this case, France must immediately restore French “democracy” in New Caledonia and continue mining truly democratic nickel, that is, halal nickel.
Otherwise, who knows, China will expel the French democratic and peace-loving troops from there and establish its own order.
And, naturally, the Kanak nickel will immediately become undemocratic, which in French means haram :LOL:
 

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News agencies report shootings in the capital of New Caledonia, Noumea, a French colony. President Monsieur Macron has convened a meeting of the National Defense Council for the third time to discuss the situation in New Caledonia, where French gendarmes are conducting a punitive operation to “pacify the riot.”
“Progressive”, “democratic”, Christian Europe has become deaf and blind, it does not see or hear what the “highly cultured” French are doing in their colonies.


Monsieur Macron - the great leader of all the Pacific tribes
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France's president to fly to riot-hit New Caledonia​

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EPA Macron (L) holds a defence council on France's Pacific territory of New Caledonia situation at Elysee Palace in Paris


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President Macron (L) holds a defence council on France's Pacific territory of New Caledonia situation at Elysee Palace in Paris
Emmanuel Macron will fly to New Caledonia on Tuesday night to "set up a mission" on the riot-hit island, France has confirmed.

France's president will travel to the island after more than a week of unrest there over his government's voting reform plans, which have been rejected by indigenous Kanaks.

Indigenous leaders say the plans, which will allow more French residents to vote in local elections, will dilute the political influence of native people.

No details about how long Mr Macron plans to stay on the island or what he will be doing there have been given.

Prime Minister Gabriel Attal will also visit the French Pacific territory in the coming weeks, a spokesperson has said.

"Faced with the outbreak of violence, the priority is the return of order to allow dialogue to resume in New Caledonia," said Prisca Thevenot.
She added that while calm was returning, things were not fully back to normal.

Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said he had "spoken with all economic players to build the support of the state", pointing to looting and destruction of property on the island.

On Monday night, the French president told his defence and security council that hundreds of troops sent from France had made progress in restoring order, but would need to stay in New Caledonia for some time.

Australia and New Zealand have begun flying civilians away from the territory.

France's High Commission in New Caledonia said on Tuesday the airport remained closed for commercial flights, and it would deploy the military to protect public buildings.
Reuters Burnt objects lie in a pile of debris


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French gendarmes trying to take back control of the 60km (37 mile) road between Nouméa and La Tontouta international "neutralised" 76 roadblocks and were clearing debris such as burnt-out vehicles, the High Commission also said.

AFP journalists said the roadblocks had been rebuilt by pro-independence Kanak activists.

A masked 25-year-old who gave only his first name Stanley, said the proposed voting reform "means the elimination of the Kanak people".

"That's what they don't understand over there - we are already in the minority in our own home," he told AFP.

Australia's government has estimated that about 3,200 people are waiting to leave or enter New Caledonia, and it has warned people not to try and get to the airport as the route there “is not yet considered safe”.

Four civilians - including at least three indigenous Kanak residents - have been killed in riots along with two police officers.

Dozens more have been injured and more than 200 people arrested so far.

France has declared a state of emergency and deployed its military to the territory's ports and international airport.

New Caledonia has been a French territory since the mid-1800s.
Map showing location of New Caledonia


 

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I like the movie warlord where the arms merchants are like satellites for some countries doing the delivery of weapons to different places in the world. I think it's important to have contacts and such to really be able utilize for our own benefit. It's important that groups like these don't have such activity inhouse, but mainly outside and be silent and shadowlike.
 

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In New Caledonia, clashes continue between independence supporters and police amid the expected visit of the country's President Emmanuel Macron.


The dynamics of events indicate growing tensions between Azerbaijan and France. All this began during the 44-day war, when Monsieur Macron supported the aggressor Armenia and accused Baku of attracting certain “Syrian terrorists” to the region. Baku demanded evidence. And Macron decided to be offended because they were not there.
France has big problems, and there will be even more of them over time. In New Caledonia, in Guyana, in Guadeloupe, in Corsica - in all French colonies, the French will be beaten between the horns.
What? The French don't have horns? Never mind, first they will be made horned, then a blow will be struck between them :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Macron heading to New Caledonia as France deploys more troops amid unrest​

Noumea’s international airport remains closed as Australia and New Zealand say they will evacuate tourists on military aircraft.


New Caledonia unrest: French forces launch 'major operation'
Published On 21 May 202421 May 2024
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Updated:
9 hours ago

French President Emmanuel Macron is heading to New Caledonia, the government has announced, as hundreds more security personnel will join the 1,500 reinforcements already on the ground after the worst unrest in the French Pacific territory in more than 30 years.
“He will go there tonight,” government spokesperson Prisca Thevenot said on Tuesday as she announced Macron’s trip.

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Earlier, the High Commission of New Caledonia, which represents the French state in the territory, said that 600 personnel would be deployed in the coming hours to join those already sent from France.

“The return to calm continues throughout the territory,” the High Commission said in a statement, but added that the airport in the capital, Noumea, would remain closed to commercial flights, with the situation to be reviewed on Thursday.

The government has said about 3,200 people were waiting to leave or enter New Caledonia when flights were cancelled last week when violence broke out over French plans to amend voting laws to allow more recent arrivals to vote in provincial elections.

Six people were killed after makeshift blockades were set up on Noumea’s streets, cars and businesses set on fire and shops looted. The high commission said efforts were under way to clear the remaining barriers and remove the burned-out vehicles and other debris.

Australia and New Zealand, meanwhile, sent their first military planes to New Caledonia to evacuate their nationals.

An Australian C-130 Hercules aircraft landed at Noumea’s Magenta airport, which usually handles domestic traffic, on Tuesday afternoon, the AFP news agency reported.

“Passengers are being prioritised based on need. We continue to work on further flights,” Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong said on social media, announcing two initial flights.

New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters, meanwhile, said the first military aircraft would repatriate “50 passengers with the most pressing needs” to Auckland. He said more flights were scheduled for the coming days.

Scared’​

The civil disturbances are the worst in the territory of some 270,000 people since the 1980s and reflect concerns among the Indigenous Kanak community, who make up about 40 percent of the population, that changes to the electoral system will dilute their vote and political influence.

The voting system for provincial elections was established in the 1998 Noumea Accord, a result of the previous unrest, and excluded later European arrivals from France. Under the new constitutional amendment, those who have lived in New Caledonia for at least 10 years will get a vote.

Viro Xulue, part of a community group providing social assistance to other Kanak amid the crisis, said it felt like a return to the civil war of the 1980s, and people were scared.

“We are really scared about the police, the French soldiers, and we are scared about the anti-Kanak militia terrorist group,” Xulue told the Reuters news agency in a video interview.

Three of the six people killed in the unrest were young Kanak and were shot by armed civilians. There have also been confrontations between Kanak protesters and armed self-defence groups or civilian militias formed to protect themselves, France’s High Commission said previously.

French officials said at the weekend that security forces had dismantled 76 barricades set up along the 60km (40-mile) road from Noumea to the international airport, but AFP reported some had been rebuilt.

One was being manned by a group of masked Kanak people, some of whom were carrying home-made catapults.

A masked 25-year-old with sunglasses who gave only his first name Stanley told AFP that the proposed voting reform meant “the elimination of the Kanak people”.

“That’s what they don’t understand over there – we are already in the minority in our own home,” he said.


 
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Macron heading to New Caledonia as France deploys more troops amid unrest​

Noumea’s international airport remains closed as Australia and New Zealand say they will evacuate tourists on military aircraft.


New Caledonia unrest: French forces launch 'major operation'
Published On 21 May 202421 May 2024
|
Updated:
9 hours ago

French President Emmanuel Macron is heading to New Caledonia, the government has announced, as hundreds more security personnel will join the 1,500 reinforcements already on the ground after the worst unrest in the French Pacific territory in more than 30 years.
“He will go there tonight,” government spokesperson Prisca Thevenot said on Tuesday as she announced Macron’s trip.

KEEP READING​

list of 3 itemslist 1 of 3

French forces clear New Caledonia roadblocks as official vows to end unrest

list 2 of 3

Photos: Violent protests rage in New Caledonia amid growing civil unrest

list 3 of 3

Death toll rises to six in New Caledonia riots as unrest spreads

end of list
Earlier, the High Commission of New Caledonia, which represents the French state in the territory, said that 600 personnel would be deployed in the coming hours to join those already sent from France.

“The return to calm continues throughout the territory,” the High Commission said in a statement, but added that the airport in the capital, Noumea, would remain closed to commercial flights, with the situation to be reviewed on Thursday.

The government has said about 3,200 people were waiting to leave or enter New Caledonia when flights were cancelled last week when violence broke out over French plans to amend voting laws to allow more recent arrivals to vote in provincial elections.

Six people were killed after makeshift blockades were set up on Noumea’s streets, cars and businesses set on fire and shops looted. The high commission said efforts were under way to clear the remaining barriers and remove the burned-out vehicles and other debris.

Australia and New Zealand, meanwhile, sent their first military planes to New Caledonia to evacuate their nationals.

An Australian C-130 Hercules aircraft landed at Noumea’s Magenta airport, which usually handles domestic traffic, on Tuesday afternoon, the AFP news agency reported.

“Passengers are being prioritised based on need. We continue to work on further flights,” Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong said on social media, announcing two initial flights.

New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters, meanwhile, said the first military aircraft would repatriate “50 passengers with the most pressing needs” to Auckland. He said more flights were scheduled for the coming days.

Scared’​

The civil disturbances are the worst in the territory of some 270,000 people since the 1980s and reflect concerns among the Indigenous Kanak community, who make up about 40 percent of the population, that changes to the electoral system will dilute their vote and political influence.

The voting system for provincial elections was established in the 1998 Noumea Accord, a result of the previous unrest, and excluded later European arrivals from France. Under the new constitutional amendment, those who have lived in New Caledonia for at least 10 years will get a vote.

Viro Xulue, part of a community group providing social assistance to other Kanak amid the crisis, said it felt like a return to the civil war of the 1980s, and people were scared.

“We are really scared about the police, the French soldiers, and we are scared about the anti-Kanak militia terrorist group,” Xulue told the Reuters news agency in a video interview.

Three of the six people killed in the unrest were young Kanak and were shot by armed civilians. There have also been confrontations between Kanak protesters and armed self-defence groups or civilian militias formed to protect themselves, France’s High Commission said previously.

French officials said at the weekend that security forces had dismantled 76 barricades set up along the 60km (40-mile) road from Noumea to the international airport, but AFP reported some had been rebuilt.

One was being manned by a group of masked Kanak people, some of whom were carrying home-made catapults.

A masked 25-year-old with sunglasses who gave only his first name Stanley told AFP that the proposed voting reform meant “the elimination of the Kanak people”.

“That’s what they don’t understand over there – we are already in the minority in our own home,” he said.


Hope someone there caps the fucker(in Minecraft)
 

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Members of the ruling party and parliament of French Polynesia came to Azerbaijan.

The visit will last four days and a conference on colonialism will be held.

(French Polynesia is a member of the Community of French Overseas Territories, located in the Pacific Ocean, in a Polynesian island cluster. The capital of the island is Papeete.)

Azerbaijan seems to have gotten the hang of it, folks. :love::p
 

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Members of the ruling party and parliament of French Polynesia came to Azerbaijan.

The visit will last four days and a conference on colonialism will be held.

(French Polynesia is a member of the Community of French Overseas Territories, located in the Pacific Ocean, in a Polynesian island cluster. The capital of the island is Papeete.)

Azerbaijan seems to have gotten the hang of it, folks. :love::p

haha incredible
 

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Members of the ruling party and parliament of French Polynesia came to Azerbaijan.

The visit will last four days and a conference on colonialism will be held.

(French Polynesia is a member of the Community of French Overseas Territories, located in the Pacific Ocean, in a Polynesian island cluster. The capital of the island is Papeete.)

Azerbaijan seems to have gotten the hang of it, folks. :love::p
"Swiggity Swooty, I'm Coming for That Booty"

Aliyev to Macron, probably.
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Members of the ruling party and parliament of French Polynesia came to Azerbaijan.

The visit will last four days and a conference on colonialism will be held.

(French Polynesia is a member of the Community of French Overseas Territories, located in the Pacific Ocean, in a Polynesian island cluster. The capital of the island is Papeete.)

Azerbaijan seems to have gotten the hang of it, folks. :love::p
I would say after freeing karabagh from Armenia. Azerbaycan has more room to wiggle. And we’re likely seeing it here.

Consider what more problems our so called allies would do against Türkiye if we did this. France would start holding freedom conferenses with YPG/PKK.
Not to mention it’s heading in that direction anyhow unless you start taking the head of snakes.
 

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The visit will last four days and a conference on colonialism will be held.


(French Polynesia is a member of the Community of French Overseas Territories, located in the Pacific Ocean, in a Polynesian island cluster. The capital of the island is Papeete.)

Azerbaijan seems to have gotten the hang of it, folks. :love::p
Because of our support for New Caledonia, France decided to intimidate us. You see, our democracy is not at all like the French one.
Just like our language, which the French do not understand. The French are not familiar with our country. When they found out that we are a Muslim country, they were stunned...
When they found out that, in addition to all these misfortunes for France, Azerbaijan is a Turkic country, it simply finished them off :)

Paris was angry when we caught their spy red-handed.
France could not believe her eyes - how could it be that a small country demands from a «great power» to respect its rights, comply with international law and not interfere in its internal affairs.
What a cheek!.

According to Macron, in addition to wearing a European suit, we should forget all our traditions and values and accept European ones. After all, it is obvious that European values are more valuable than all other values ;)

I suspect that the French don’t even like our national cuisine. Although this is a matter of taste - some people like lamb, while others like the meat of croaking «amphibians»:ROFLMAO:
 
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