The protesters have Jacline Mouraud, this Morbihannese who buzzed with a video posted on Twitter. Opposite, there are those who oppose the movement that calls for the blockade on November 17 with Anthony Hamon as a figurehead. A few days ago, this writer has posted on Facebook a post to show in a fairly raw language, the annoyance that he feels for the movement of yellow jackets: "Go f … with your p … November 17".
Anthony Hamon defends himself as a pro-government activist. This post was published as a result of a chat with a friend. For him, it is better to do than to protest against the increase in fuel prices. "When I scroller on Facebook and I see a person who breaks the plate in Yemen or a WWF article that says there are 60% of the disappearing animal species, I think that's why we have to move before moving for gasoline ". Conclusion of the message: "NO, I will block Kedal on November 17. And YES, I'm joking about paying more for my gasoline."
This post has been shared more than 50,000 times and if received support, criticism and above all insults have been numerous. "I was insulted by all the names, fascist, Whore-to-Click, Pro-Macron, I had time to respond to these messages and half of these conversations ended with a final agreement," he says in a interview with The Huffington Post.
Anthony Hamon is not the only one to speak out against the 17 November movement. On social networks, the hashtag "without me the 17th" is widely shared. It is Loïc Branchereau, a Strasbourg militant of LREM who had this idea. He explained his reasons to JDD "I can understand the rage of some people because of the increase in the price of fuels, I live in a personal capacity." Now we can not wish to do the ecology without having the consequences ".
Asked by BFMTV on the subject, Lorelei Limousin, spokesperson for the Network Action Climat France, has a clear point of view: "The cheapest fuel is the one we do not consume." The signal that is sent at the price is to encourage more virtuous behavior. and efficient in consumption ".