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This Saturday, January 27, was marked by a demonstration by bikers opposed to technical inspections, in Charleville-Mézières (Ardennes). Enough to bring together nearly 350 participants. A few hundred kilometers away, the bikers of Haute-Vienne also met, in another setting.
In fact, they joined the farmers present at the blockade points in the area. As reported The Popular of the Centerthey occupied the roundabouts from Repère to Bellac, to La Croisière to Boisseuil, in the afternoon.
The angry bikers therefore supported the angry farmers for the occasion. They brought chocolate bars, bread and even hot coffee to farmers mobilized for the future of their profession. A necessity, as explained in Popular of the CenterAnthony Bessaudou, president of the angry bikers of 87:
“We are touched by this cause and we must support them.” “Before being bikers, we are citizens. Like us, they are affected by all the increases and are also victims of foreign imports. We must continue to defend them.”
The French Federation of angry bikers in solidarity with farmers
This initiative followed in particular the clarification of the position of the French Federation of Angry Bikers (FFMC) on the subject of farmers. This while the federation was invited to “join the farmers’ movement in the name of the convergence of struggles”.
She insisted on making a “put on deck”. If it is not “no question of trying to “recover” this movement (…) the FFMC is united”. Elle “invites the bikers to, for example, bring coffee to the farmers who are manning the roadblocks, go to the refueling for them, share a moment with them, and discuss our common problems of refusing unnecessary bureaucratic constraints, whether European or French.”
Something done with the bikers of Haute-Vienne. There is no doubt that other actions of this type will follow in the future.
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To sum up
Bikers went to meet farmers demonstrating at a dam, in order to support them with food and drink. A solidarity movement advocated by the French Federation of Angry Bikers (FFMC).
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