The french revolutions happening again

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Not quite. Dou you know how the French revolution started?
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Allons enfants de la patrie!
Le jour de gloire est arrivé!

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Allons enfants de la patrie!
Le jour de gloire est arrivé!

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counte lu de la *****e
le tour da sanglat et leve!
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counte lu de la *****e
le tour da sanglat et leve (bis)!
Entendez-vous dans les campagnes,
Mugir ces féroces soldats?
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Entendez-vous dans les campagnes,
Mugir ces féroces soldats?
e vienne jusque don von bra
egorge le fil le conpanion
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Not quite. Dou you know how the French revolution started?
according to this book i read by charles dickens once it was started because the monarchy, aristocracy were being really unjust, people starving everywhere, so they started doing some unjust stuff, murdering people and stuff but according to most people their injustice was justified........
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Allons enfants de la patrie!
Le jour de gloire est arrivé!

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Everytime i see your name i am reminded of this:

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according to this book i read by charles dickens once it was started because the monarchy, aristocracy were being really unjust, people starving everywhere, so they started doing some unjust stuff, murdering people and stuff but according to most people their injustice was justified........
Not quite. Tha was part of it, but it was not the linch pin. The symbol of the Frenchg revolution was the red flag, and that flag points to the linchpin.
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Not quite. Tha was part of it, but it was not the linch pin. The symbol of the Frenchg revolution was the red flag, and that flag points to the linchpin.
very confusing
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very confusing
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_flag_(politics)

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"My adversary is the world of finance." Maybe Hollande needs a lesson in pragmatism. A revolution would be appropriate at this stage.
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