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miss trust and miss information. wyatt's cellar, french, caribbean island against covey. 19 restrictions. amanda treat vaccinations. why are people on guadalupe fighting back against injections and can the governments change their minds? this is inside story. ah hello and welcome to the program. i am rob matheson violence on the streets of guadalupe, a french island off the eastern coast of dominican republic, and more than 6000 kilometers from paris president emanuel macro is calling the
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situation explosive. cars in buildings, burned roads, barricaded schools, cancelled. special forces have been on the streets to try to calm things down as part of because the government of france says all health care workers must be vaccinated against covered 19. and every one has to carry proof. they've had the injections, but people on guadalupe are resisting. they say they don't trust the vaccines. the authorities on the island or the french government is covered infections and distrust sweep across quite a loop. can people be convinced they should get the job? the french by minister has said the government will not back down on this decision to impose the new restrictions junk osx blamed the violence on a small group of people sitting pretty to me. no, he did. you'll aunt, it's a small violent minority that robs stores, blocks roads holds motorists for ransom, prevents sick people from accessing sometimes vital care and even shoots that law enforcement. i condemn these acts of violence in the strongest possible terms. the
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perpetrators are and will continue to be arrested and tried. i also want to express my solidarity with our fellow citizens of guadalupe who are the 1st victims. ah. okay, let's bring in our guest camels after the war is a journalist who's joining us from point a preschool. i'm with john e. vonner is the president of contact enterprises. it's a business association. he's in for to france in martinique, and from legacy guadalupe. stephanie emilio annette, who's a sociologist. welcome to the program. all of you and clements. i want to start with you what's have been like there actually i'm in front of it and it's a great turn. and come today after some valence this weekend. and that if i say i was in the field yesterday night with some protestants, and they said that their fight will continue until they have answers from paris.
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hardimen didn't have any answers so they will continue. how much is this about not trusting the vaccine, how much of this is about not trusting the government almost everybody that i met also because the thing that parish doesn't want to hear them is that the need to drink water, that they need jobs, that they need some help from paris, so they are thinking that berries doesn't want to listen to them. and that's also why they don't want to take the vaccine because it's a thing from far away from paris for the friends mainland that not for the carry bins. stephanie, how much of this is a distrust of this vaccine and how much of it is a destruction i got i got a loop of all vaccines. well i think that didn't just
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chustek vaccine is much more willing to see the anti colon, your spirit. that is a characteristic of 10 people. i mean more and more than 1007. jeez. and even before that because it's a cycle. so it really doesn't feel that that's part of the gee, that does not so and each time there is a crisis, the re i mean these, those issues just come back, you know, on the front front. and i'm not sure that the problem is with the backs in the last thing is for me i will see the point,
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the subject. that's else people. i mean nation is people national movement to voice all the other playmates. because of course, the check because of all the con, the, the source and, and the bodies of the people here because it doesn't matter and then go back a few years ago to, to change. the fact is that there is also a lot of information regarding the vaccine and other fake news and fake courses or, and proven is course he's and he sees really a lot of needs that are made together and that makes at that else. i would say that prevents better the vaccination being to go further just to be clear, caught on if i understand it correctly, it was
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a places pesticide that was used in banana plantations and i think that was until 993. and i believe it was a set to increase the risk of prostate cancer. i want to talk about that in a moment, but don't even martinique. there are similar situations that we're beginning to see in martinique here in response to the position of mandatory and injections. tell me what's happening there on the ground. i think we're not as bad of one loop at least. and we do hope that we do not reach the level of unrest we, we have seen in the, in the loop. however, last night, there were some, some streets right, but it was, comes into a small part of the capital for the friends. there are also some, some demonstrations for the day yesterday. and there are still some very kids on
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the road. so the traffic is, is very difficult today, and basically a lot of people could not go to their to their, to their workplace. and this is the situation, but not much, much violence. yes. at least came off. stephanie was referring there to clarity con, that that's what became known, i believe, is called a con affair. this was back in 1993. it's still clearly resonates with people in guadalupe. why is it that governments and got to have been unable to regain some sort of trust of the people there since that time? i think it's because the front of the governments didn't it wasn't that transparent and it's still the case for the moment because some of the people are still thinking that the minute lane trying to all some stuff about
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the, the cloudy gun. and the in fact in the right moment, and i'm sure fields on the article rock of health also. and i think that's why it's still a big, big, big thing for me because some of even the young protest just told me that like before. so who i mean it's difficult for them to trust paris today. it's not about vaccination, it's about it's more about paris and they are simply afraid to be to be lied again. i think stephanie, what role is misinformation about the vaccines playing and all of this, do you think? well, miss inflammation, i would like 1st to to, to react to what my fellow said about the
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clothes he can link to the issue of the back. same problem with the cloudy con dates back in 1900 ninety's. yes, but 990 to the moment where when the government finally became the use of the 52nd. and he was a lady forbidden in the mission pretty fast since the $970.00. and he knew that it was really awful to the buddies and, and, and certainly could cause campuses and people. you see something that we have seeing here in glenn, who observed that there was an increase of kansas in women and men at prostate cancer due to wound cancer. and as well as breast cancer and, and as well as and do, and dmitri uses as well,
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a lot of case he's not going to do and, and the fail, the doesn't mean that tonight, the fact that the link between the car to come pesticide, poisoning and increase of cancers on the prostate cancer is because nice as posed by the crime because a lot of men working better up can patients and as well the recently doing that the trial because there was a child into defendant the associate association that at that that tried because then then was faced with the refusal of the one of the court to go 1st because of the what the said, the prescription because it was $990.00 that we deal cd effect that the chronic con
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. and we will have the sex for 7 generations. so with that, of course, the reason just now the earth, that means i are against the government, especially men. because 1st the new dean for 20 years that people were using will be here on the better, not 10 patient people eat bananas a lot here. i mean staple food and as well, a lot of people work into that end up condition and he knew that. so that's why now people, i'm making a big issue of the car because we've decent also the expectations coming up here yet. we sleep now and is that the devotee and did the are always exploited and they can be armed by the french and then that's why at that east trust i can, i can understand clearly why as you say, why there is a level of mistrust. there is sunday that there is almost a perfect storm,
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isn't there because there is an existing mistrust of the government. and also, as i was talking about before, we have a wave of misinformation which has been sweeping across the world. we know, but it's obviously a still affecting guadalupe as well. to what extent is that misinformation and social media playing a role in peoples or augmenting if you like people's distrust of the government of the vaccine? i think that g pool i think that there are 2 things that we need to consider. the 1st is for me for when i speak about the ha b spend and make that as last now or it will be kate's. see the 1980s i we know. hm. so any physician or researcher or whatever, speak onions, if there was not really a finding an in the add something that could sure help prevent
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o l good people and contamination h i p. now the, the fact that it is so easy now to speech online to be online and say in the debate and then in the healthy be that everybody just on the laptop and just say what they want to say. so that's the 1st thing for me. and the 2nd thing is that people now human, glad you did receive a lot of videos from whoever has them to be the one person video and saying. a with that i would say and tiger band and speech and they make once again for me it's a matter of and they can make what is what you know like. ok, we up that says he against it doesn't matter and people will see that. and then she is people,
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so they will release that because he expects me what the already believe. so it's easier to, to trust whatever comes from outside. then whatever comes from dispensable than johnny, are you finding a similar sort of thing in martinique? because obviously that isn't on both these islands, but particularly martin is an island that depends very much on tourism. you're part of a business association. the economy is driven by that. what kind of economic impact is, is having on people's lives there allow me trusted to make a slight correction above the floated cotton and where it is found. there is no product one in the band. and so i want to make that clear from there in the root crops, yes. in the water and in the, in the some the fish, some fish, and the christmas ends up. see yes, the impact of what is happening is obviously huge to resume
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is part of our economy here. it's not completely driven as it is, for example, in summer and they both the neighboring highlands where he spread. i mean it's, but however, it's an important component of our, our economies. and clearly, the business community is purely worried about all of these are we, we call that a few years ago. the whole story was publicized and actually created more harm to the economy. but it is a program, it is a real problem and it has to be honestly, it was not properly initially by the government. i think president micro acknowledge and made the government liable, but it has to go farther and people need the answers. clemens, this is really the, from what you're telling me the heart of the problem in that the people of guadalupe and one would imagine martinique as well feel that they are so far
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distant from the government in france. that if i understand what you're saying correctly, they feel sideline. they're not feeling listened to. is there any confidence there? do you think that france can respond positively to try to fix this? and actually, i don't know. i mean, when you send a police force and i'm not sure that it's a good answer, or actually the, the island is per night and we need to, to, to, to respond to the situation. because it's difficult now to find a gas in the service station to find food in sensible rockets. so it's difficult, it's true and the, and the situation can not be acceptable any longer. but i think that they need to talk and to find a resolution because some,
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some cities in guadalupe doesn't have the drinking water every day. so there is to listen to that and not to just send police officers. don't even think you were trying to make a point there. what would you like to say 8 megabyte issue there? i feel you try to bring an end response to a program that are long term problems and it's kind of complex and i agree most are sending the be the the force isn't the police may have to control the situation, i think. but it cannot be the only response salability nearest got. i think the problems are in the, in the heart of, of the countries of the territories. and they are, we need to go to the roots. stephanie, you mentioned before that their situation was being used by nationalists to draw attention to our, our highlight they, they, the so wider social problems,
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the wider issues that say that both islands have obviously, and guadalupe particularly. and but how concerned are you that the tension may be getting away from the initial problem? which is the vaccination rate in covered one would imagine that the social problems unfortunately still exist but covered can be dealt with. do you think people are losing sight of what of that distinction if you like? well i think that one he sees are i would say maybe i would have some enemies when i say that. but i think that this is the problem with the strategy of this movement. because if we go back in the early, 2000 and. 3 1009, it was only a big strike and 44 days. right?
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tracking was a new and also to me against what you shall of course, she does job in p o. she's that we have very hard time meeting, making and meeting because that pressures are very high and everything because of the tax is and there is a model or can i make money for the can be ends up very small part of the population. who is the descendants of the night? so of course that's part of the problem. the fact is, each time we start with, i would see a claim means certain things. sometime we just focus the conversation on, on a point that he's not, i would say the distance of the topic. i mean the initial topic here is the
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same thing, the problem vaccination. but if it comes with a lot of the problem was it isn't bearable that people don't have 19 and so many meters. they don't have water in their cap, in many part of the island and it is for the kids now and in certain professional got taken with people need not, i will see means to work. so this is the moment for them for me to, to all the problem of speech with that situation and ask for them to, to, to be so long term problems as my, i mean, a refund for much unique said a few minutes ago. so of course it's for me, that's why me situation. so entropy, because it's complicated to, to, at the moment in the middle of that class is that f class is that, you know,
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goal days. i mean, the top priority of the sense then meant to resolve all the problems example we got in the l b shoes and the mean that means that we have yes, we did a new or that is being built. but in the middle of the christ with the bill, keith, i'm not sure that the lp the gene asked to go to to, to emerge and be i mean, to, to very practical. the class he said, mom, i want to bring in clemons here because if i get correct me if i'm wrong, but i understand that. so some medical stuff have also been refusing to take the vaccine because they believe it's on tested. they don't have fee on that. they don't know what the long term effects are. now that to me, strikes, instruct me as being a fundamental problem in the messaging here. because if you have medical staff who
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don't essentially trust the vaccine, how can you get anybody else to trust it as well? yeah, it's complicated, but actually i have to say that and almost 9 percent of the workers in the main house telling what loop is needed. so it's for a small box of workers anyway. yeah, it's true, but they're also saying that we can, we took care of our patients at the beginning of the crisis and without the vaccine, so we don't need it now for some of them, it's a, it's the point of view. so yet it's complicated, but i think they are also fear because they help so many things. we talk about the fake news. and yet if you can also to be a journalist at this moment because they said that we don't want to trust you
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because you are working for the government, we just want to talk with their local tv and we just want to trust them. so yeah, it's, it's difficult. johnny in martinique. we've, as you were talking about, we've seen a strike against this. what other action do you think people in martinique are prepared to take? i am not sure. we're not sure that the population will spoil, like the population did in the 2009 where the, the strike was really matthew when we 1st a full support of the population. really? yes, they generally try started. their whereabouts are less than 2000 people are marching and demonstrating the in for the friends the copy dollar. that's very small compared to what happened in 2009. so we're not sure that the population will follow this. i just want to come back to clemens for a final word. we only have
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a few seconds left. so perhaps in a sentence, how far do you think that the people in guadalupe are prepared to go if they feel that the french government and the authorities are not listening to them? and i hope that they will get an answer very quickly. but i think that they are ready to, to find because as we, as we said, it's more than just about the vaccine. it's about a fight against mother t, then 5 for job fight for to be find the need to be consider by paris. and i think they are so some of them they are ready to fight and they have answers amongst thank you very much indeed. i want to say thank you to all our guests. they most are paper ball johnny ivonya and stephanie mary. your next thank you very much indeed for being with us. thank you to for watching. you
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