In the last 48 hours, convoys of gendarmes, soldiers and buses full of civilians from Algeria are sent to Kabylie. The reason is to vote in schools to counter the abstention of the Kabylian cities Tizi Wezzu, Vgayet, Boumerdes.
Practically, in all the cities of Kabylia, convoys with hundreds of foreigners have already voted and been filmed. Images that will be shown on the day of the vote to make the national and international opinion believe that some of the Kabyles voted. In Tizi Wezzu City, thousands of citizens held a rally in front of Stambouli High School, where hundreds of military uniforms voted.
If in the most remote villages and localities the Kabylian citizens are in control of the situation and the Algerian authority has not even been able to put its ballot box in place in the polling stations. In the big cities, the military has intervened by force to impose the vote or vote in the place of the civilians. The military is not content to vote, but also to provoke the population and riots, as was the case in Naceria.
The situation is serious in Kabylia and the risk of soldiers provoking carnage is not to be ruled out. A climate of violence reigns in Kabylia these last days. The Kabyles reject the military authority and everything that symbolizes the Algerian colonialism in Kabylia.
The video shows Algerian soldiers provoking the Kabyle population