Posts Tagged With: Trade Union Protests

PARIS: PLEASURES, PASSIONS AND PERAMBULATIONS – SEVEN

 

“Il est interdit d’interdire.”
“It is forbidden to forbid.”

 

~ Graffiti in Paris May 1968 ~

 

Digitally enhanced image “1968” created from an original photo of street art taken in Paris in May 2018.


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REVOLUTION

 

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible
will make violent revolution inevitable.”

 

~ John F. Kennedy ~

 

000 revolutionPhoto taken by the author today, May 17th 2016, at the Place Vavin during the Trade Union Protests in Paris as the police shoot tear gas canisters into the protesters. To the left is the Le Dome Café, to the right, not visible, the La Rotonde. The author got a good gassing.


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