In Paris, the second day mass riots

In Paris , the second day of the riots disturb the ordinary life of the city centre. Outraged by the rise in price of fuel, the French actively fighting with the police. The city pulled together all the new forces of the right keepers and the protesters from the suburbs and remote regions. Arrested more than 50 people and 2 according to some were killed.

Foreign tourists, including Americans, arrived on Christmas eve to look at the Paris fairy tale, a little shocked. Someone thought my trip hopelessly flawed, and someone was able to tune in to the revolutionary or romantic, to feel the greatness of the event and experience the course of history. Many took up the phone now and share with friends impressions.

The police are everywhere as the yellow jackets mill around outside. Restaurant has locked the doors and turned off the lights. #paris @BBCNews Being British and choosing the wine. #Riot

— Andrew Cawood (@farmervines) December 1, 2018

Video Footage of Protest in #Paris #France ! Mayhem!!!

Shishi (@Shishi_Samir) December 1, 2018

I’m sure the European Union and #NATO are going to support the overthrow of #Macron by supporting the popular uprising in #Paris as they did in #Ukraine during #Maidan. Or maybe not… #DoubleStandards

— ilcolonnello 🇮🇹 (@ilcolonnello) December 1, 2018

Ah Paris. Not a cell phone in sight.

Just people living in the moment

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 1, 2018

Living in the US, of course, is not a very important price of diesel in France but some were overwhelmed by an emotional wave of protest and they were in the thick of things. We can only advise them not to lose the head and look for trouble.

Yellow Vests CAUSING HAVOC IN PARIS! #Paris #Protests

— AZ VOICE (@ARIZONAVOICE) December 1, 2018

Paris, City of Lights

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 1, 2018

💔 «Paris was a city so beautiful that many people preferred to be poor there than rich somewhere else.” — Guy Debord #GiletJaunes

— 💋Violette 🇬🇧 (@violette_fields) December 1, 2018

Midnight in Paris🎬

— Elif Şahin (@elifsahinkls) December 1, 2018

CRAZY! #GiletsJaunes protesters looting the Palais Brongniart in #Paris.#France🇨🇵🔥

— Ali Özkök — علي أزكوك (@Ozkok_) December 1, 2018

Paris is burning again today over Macron»s carbon tax. #GiletsJaunes

— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) December 1, 2018

Today, as far as we know, U.S. citizens during the riots was not injured.

From Paris With Love,

We, The People.#01decembre #GiletsJaunes

— Dr. Thomas Nenninger (@T_Nenninger) December 1, 2018