France has Massive Protests of It's Own
Just a few days ago, I wrote about the immigration protest in LA. And used the picture on the right illustrating the tide of people in the street.
Now a very similar picture was posted on the BBC. There story was not about immigration, but the massive demonstrations in France. It is estimated that more than a million took part throughout France in demonstrations.
What they are protesting is new employment laws for the youth.
The new law states that an employer can fire without reason in the first two years of employment. Well, welcome to our reality France. This is pretty much how it has always been in the United States. There are some exceptions, of course; but if an employer wants to get rid of you in America: Don't let the door hit you in the behind while you are on your way out.