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The IV French Revolution? Bordeaux Town Hall Set On Fire As France Pension Protests Continue

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 24, 2023

፬ኛው የፈረንሳይ አብዮት? የፈረንሳይ የጡረታ ተቃውሞ በቀጠለ ቁጥር የቦርዶ ከተማ የማዘጋጃ ቤት አዳራሽ በእሳት ጋይቷል 🔥🔥🔥🔥

😈 ቀበጥባጣው፣ አምባገነን ልሁን ባዩ፣ ግራኝ ላሊበላን ሊሸጥለት የሚሻውና፣ ግብረሰዶማዊው የግራኝ ውሽማ ማክሮን ተደናግጧል

ፈረንሳዮች የሚገርም ጀግነነት ነው እያሳዩ ያሉት። የጡረታ እድሜ ከ፷፪/64 ወደ ፷፬/64 ከፍ አለ ብለው ነው ይህን ያህል በማመጽ ላይ ያሉት። ሕፃናቱ በመራብ ላይ፣ ሴት ልጆቹ ለባርነትና ለሕዝብ ቁጥር ቅነሳ ወደ አረብ አገራት በመላክ ላይ ያሉበት እንዲሁም እድሜህ ከ፵/40 መብለጥ የለበትም ተብሎ በአረመኔዎቹ ጋላሮሞዎች በመጭፍጨፍ ላይ ያለው ክርስቲያን የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ከዚህም የጠነከረ መሬት አንቀጥቅጥ አመጽ ማድረግ ነበረበት/አለበት። አሊያ አውሬዎቹ ጋላሮሞዎች አንድ በአንድ በልተው ይጨሩሳታል።

🔥 Bordeaux town hall has been set on fire as French protests continued over plans to raise the pension age. More than a million people took to the streets across France on Thursday, with 119,000 in Paris, according to figures from the interior ministry. Police fired tear gas at protesters in the capital and 80 people were arrested across the country. The demonstrations were sparked by legislation raising the retirement age by two years to 64.

👉 Courtesy: BBC

🔥How many revolutions did France have? It seems like that question should have a quick and easy answer, and it does: three. But, as with all things historical, there’s also a lengthy and complex answer: It depends.

“If revolution is a regime change involving collective physical force, then the key dates are 1789, 1830 and 1848,” said Peter Jones, a professor of French history at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. The first revolt is the one we all know as the French Revolution, which ended with Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette losing their heads. The second is usually called the July Revolution, which saw the House of Bourbon dethroned in favor of the House of Orléans. And the third is sometimes called the February Revolution or the French Revolution of 1848, which ended the Orléanists and brought in a period known as the Second Republic.


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