Who pays for anarchy in France?

I am 75 and have lived in France for over 30 years. I weep when I see a country tearing itself apart as a disbelieving world watches it descending into anarchy. A government that appears unable or unwilling to take decisive action.

At this time of the year I usually travel by car to England to share Christmas and New Year with my family. This year it is impossible.

I am told that the gilets jaunes have legitimate grievances. That may be so but the method ...

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