French Protesters Take Stand Against Hate, Far-Right National Front
Thousands of protesters poured into the streets of France on Thursday against the far-right National Front party.
The demonstrations followed Sunday’s landmark electoral win by the party, which the country’s Socialist Prime Minister Manuel Valls described as being “more than another warning; it’s a shock, an earthquake.”
In addition to a protest of about 4,000 people in Paris, smaller protests took place in other cities as well, including Marseille, Nancy, Nantes, Toulouse and Lyon.
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One protester said that the protest was necessary “to show that there is an alternative to the National Front,” and that there are still those who have hope for a different from path from austerity and hate.
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