Violent protests have emerged in France. Thousands of protesters take to the streets to voice their opinions with setting cars on fire, stores being looted, and numerous injuries have occurred to both protesters and police. The protest begins with recent tax increases on fuel. The display of public dissatisfaction has resulted in the violent protests. These so called “Yellow Vest” protestors have blocked highways and fuel depots. The display of objection were initially described as largely working-class, grass roots movement livelihoods will be threatened by higher fuel prices. The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, is slowly declining in popularity. A poll was taken in late October by Kantar Public, it showed that 71% of 1,000 respondents in the poll had no confidence in Macron. All of the protests have increasingly gotten worse with no official leadership or structure. News outlets are calling this more of a physical protest movement instead of displaying discontent with the President's’ choice of fuel prices. The most recent protest event took place in Paris with scenes described as, “urban warfare” or “the worst riots in a generation”. The condition of the riots led the police to distributing tear gas and water cannons on the crowd. 133 people were recorded to be injured, including police, and 412 were arrested. France forces had to deploy 37,000 police officers, 30,000 gendarmes, and over 30,000 fire fighters to manage the large crowd of protestors. The riots in France seem to have been inspiring similar behaviors in Belgium. Many people are saying that if other European countries are facing the same challenges it would definitely become an overall bigger movement. The President knows it was not intended to become a violent movement, so now the government and President are under more pressure to act on the riots.