Toulouse: It’s not covid, but capitalism that’s killing us

On the night of December 3 to 4, we toasted the health of the Guadeloupean rioters with hammers against the windows of an Adecco Medical temp agency on Avenue de Bretagne in Toulouse.
This December 4th, the care workers are taking to the streets again against the chain of closures of many hospital services throughout France, due to the lack of personnel who are increasingly deserting. The temp agency is this privatized valve to compensate for the chronic daily lack of caregivers in the services. We remind you that these agencies earn a lot of money by being one of the cogs in the bankruptcy of the health care system.

As a scab, it was necessary to give them back some blows in return, because for 4 years now, hospitals have been demonstrating in total contempt.
2 years that the “covid” and its management have made the ARS the armed wing of a new social control and made access to care more and more difficult. And yet in one month, Guadeloupe burns and imposes its claims. To give hope. We welcome their courage, the sun, and their first victories. If already more than 60 convictions have fallen in a few weeks, the occupations and blockades continue against obligatory vaccination and organized misery. The press relays the government’s emotion: “it’s a quasi-insurrection” against which repression is intensifying.

It is up to us to intensify our solidarity.


[Translated by Act for freedom now!]

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