Greek riots, France fears to be the next victim of "Left-wings"
The economic crisis; causing violence in France
Power lines of the High speed train TGV have been cut by Sabotage
The fear concerns also kidnapping of major business leaders
In reality the things lay deep in the french centralism, nobody able to break it up. Paris is a country of it's own in France, there you make money. The rest of France hanging around with obsolete industries, causing no work. What is considered extreme "Left-wing" has to be specified for France. Often the government employees with a staggering number of 5 millions and high paid salaries fear their privileges go. As well the old order from DeGaulle. After second world war he had to give some power to the fighting communists. He gave them the Train today "SNCF" and Electricity today "EDF". Two powerful entities to ground the country, no traffic, no electricity.
It is not as easy
Banks got bailouts around the world, nobody of the high criminal bankers in prison, why?
The banks take the money to consolidate themselves for 2 years. No credit to entrepreneurs. See the case of the French Entrepreneur going to the bank, no credit killed himself.
The French government fears a wave of extreme left-wing terrorism this year with the possible sabotage of key infrastructure, kidnappings of major business figures or even bomb attacks.
Secret French government reports, seen by the Observer, describe an "elevated threat" from an "international European network ... with a strong presence in France" after the radicalisation of "a new generation of activists" in recent years. Senior analysts and experts linked to the government have drawn parallels with the Action Directe group, which carried out 50 or more attacks in the early 1980s. Others cite the example of the Baader-Meinhof gang.
A report by the French domestic intelligence service talks of "a rebirth of the violent extreme left" across Europe that is likely to be aggravated by the effects of the economic crisis. Other secret documents expose alleged links with activists in Italy, Greece, Germany and the UK. "It has been growing for three or four years now and the violence is getting closer and closer to real terrorism," said Eric Dénécé, director of the French centre of intelligence research and a former Defence Ministry consultant.