The strikes in France are evolving, according to a second leaflet that can be found in ICC’s french webpage, towards inter-generational solidarity, where workers are fighting not only for them but for future generations, and thus, overcoming the government’s attempt to divide it generationally. Strikes have extended to several sectors, and although the railworkers have an anti-unions experience, unions are performing a great display to control the movement. It seems, from what I read, that unions are trying to retain the air crew from plane transport and airports to join the strike...by pretending to be loyal to workers and threatening to join ...in january! It is difficult to follow up the development of the movement from the information in the bourgeois media, and most of the videos on the internet are by these media and fixed on the union display, but something is clear, media (at least in English and Spanish) is insisting a lot in the chaotic side of the strike, in the difficulties for transport consumers, in insisting on the “hope for a holyday peace”. If you search on the web you find easily things like "why are the french always on strike?": "complications in transport"; "Christmas nightmare", etc.
Also, strikes are not identified with the yellow-vest movement but there are attempts to confuse it with it.
If any comrade knows any online source where at least some genuine info can be seen, or any active working debate anywhere, it will be helpful. As I don’t speak French I have to translate and it is more difficult to find relevant things this way.