Serious demonstration today at the Lorient fishing port. After the economic dismissal of six dockers, following the liquidation of their employer, the KSI company, about 250 dockers came from several French ports, as Nantes-Saint-Nazaire, La Rochelle, Saint-Malo, Fos-sur-Mer, Rouen, le Havre, to support their colleagues. The point is that the handling and sorting of the fish is for now managed by interim workers, so the dockers argue that there is still job here. The problem is that they can't be hired by the SEM Lorient-Keroman, manager of the fishing port, as the direction claim that's it's illegal because, as law says, only a handling company is allowed to hire dockers. A company of CRS (French riot police), about 70 policemen, is standing by. Wait and see...
Credit : Ouest France
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My lovely Django was hit last night by a fucking young bastard wearing a cap backward, riding a scooter at full speed in plain aglomeration. I was too far to intervene and the son of a bitch and fucking rebel hero escaped. Django was hit on his left rear leg. It's not broken but there's an hematoma. Veterinary says that Django doesn't risk his life and will recover in a couple of days and she gave me some analgesics and arnica for him.
No way for police, of course, but be sure guys, when i'll catch that bastard, i'll explain him the significance of the word Nemesis...
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Another demonstration today in Lorient. About 700 persons are in the streets, on appeal of the citizen collective against Bayer-Monsanto, protesting against the use of pesticides in agriculture.
Credit : Ouest-France
Credit : Ouest-France
It's not the first time that such demonstrations take place in Lorient. Regularly, people protest also against massive importations of transgenic soya, used in cattle rearing and unloaded at Lorient Kergroise trade port. Doing so, they protest also against the double talk of the local, regional and national authorities, who pretend to be concerned by that problem but who are always invisible and silent at the moment of the concrete action. Not really a surprise, coming from those politicians...
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