French Rail Workers Invade BlackRock’s Paris Headquarters

ER Editor:  Yesterday, Thursday April 6 was another day of protests against Macron’s pension reform and the whole corrupt mess that is the government. And Black Rock’s Paris HQ got invaded.

Zerohedge also covered this story with plenty of tweeted responses. See

French Pension Protesters Storm Paris BlackRock Headquarters


Meanwhile, the French Council of State has refused to enforce, via the Ministry of the Interior, that police officers adequately identify themselves during the public demonstrations, which have recently resulted in scenes of utter police brutality. See The Council of State refuses to impose new police identification measures on the ministry (browsers will translate)

And French MPs have refused to respond to the petition, signed by over a quarter of a million people, calling to disband the relatively new police brigade designed to deal with public protests, BRAV-M. See A petition asking for the dissolution of the BRAV-M rejected by the deputies


Railway workers burst into the Paris headquarters of BlackRock ( VIDEO )


A group of railway workers entered the Paris headquarters of the multinational BlackRock, on the sidelines of the new major day of mobilization against pension reform.

According to images shot and put online by journalist Clément Lanot, a group of railway workers broke into the Paris headquarters of the American multinational BlackRock on April 6, in margin of the new big day of mobilization against pension reform.

Arrived in the enclosure of the headquarters of the multinational, some have ignited smoke bombs, chanting slogans like: « Even if BlackRock does not want us we are there. »

Several protesters later spoke to the crowd, denouncing « Macron’s policy which aims to push people into the arms of private pension funds».

«There are means in this country [ … ] just go and get them where it is necessary, we are what we have come to say», said one of them facing the camera.

«We came to send a message to Emmanuel Macron: his policy we don’t want», he added. After about twenty minutes on the spot, the demonstrators seemed to leave the headquarters of the multinational in peace.





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