Police, Army

The gendarmes and the military promise “devotion to the public good and to comply with orders received only in strict respect for the human person, and undertake only to make legitimate use of force”. They do not take oaths from those in power.

Décret n° 2013-874 du 27 septembre 2013 relatif à la prestation de serment des militaires de la gendarmerie nationale:,’exercice%20de%20mes%20fonctions.%20%C2%BB

The police and gendarmerie are “at the service of republican institutions and the population”:

Code de déontologie de la Police nationale et de la Gendarmerie nationale:

Manif des policiers: “Je suis gilet jaune” “on choisit le peuple”: 

Message d’Anonymous aux Force de l’Ordre:

Article 35 déclaration des droits de l’homme et du citoyen de 1793:

“When the government violates the rights of the people, insurrection is, for the people and for each portion of the people, the most sacred of rights and the most indispensable of duties.” Article 35 of the constitution of June 24, 1793

Call of June 18, 1940, General De Gaulle:

On July 15, 1789, General La Fayette took command of the National Guard and, two days later, invited his troops to display a tricolor cockade:

GILETS_JAUNES – Message d’un militaire à ses frères d’armes:

Gen. Mark Milley: ‘We Take an Oath to the Constitution, Not an Individual’:

READ: The Full Statement From Jim Mattis, a US general who defends the constitution against the president, for people’s rights:

VIDEO. Abandon, impuissance, déclassement : regardez en avant-première le documentaire “Police, à bout de souffle”:[autres]-

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