We’ve been keeping you up to date with what’s going on in France lately – mostly terrorism and other refugee antics. The French have tried to crack down on refugees and radical Islam, but to no avail. They even banned burkinis for a while. Didn’t last long thanks to leftist ninnies. France’s latest move? Closing a huge migrant camp in Calais. It was a valiant attempt at making things better… Close but no baguette.
Turns out the camp closure just made things worst, at least for Paris. Displaced migrants flooded the capital and set up an indefinite slumber party in the streets. Instead of coming up with a solution, French politicians cooked up some lies about it…
Following the infamous Calais ‘Jungle’ camp closure, many of those displaces have been relocating to Paris. Despite French Minister of Housing Emmanuelle Cosse assuring people on Friday that there “has been no migrant movement between Calais and Paris,” a number of French organizations that deal with migrants have been reporting an increase in newcomers at the Paris Stalingrad metro station camp since the ‘Jungle’ was closed.
This week… the number of asylum-seekers in the area jumped sharply from 2,000 to 3,000…”Last night, our teams counted 40 to 50 new tents there in two days,” Paris deputy mayor told Reuters.
Not only those who left Calais are now flocking to Paris, but also those who have just arrived in France skip Calais and go straight to the French capital.
Because of refugees, Paris was already a crap swamp (see EXACTLY What Paris Looks Like After Mass Refugee Immigration…). So new footage showing us Paris still looks like an oversized gutter? Hardly shocking. The grossest, newest part is that French politicians are shamelessly lying about it.
France’s lack of leadership is what got them into this mess in the first place (read Dear France: How’s That ‘Multiculturalism’ Working Out for You?). Paris was once known for leading in art and culture. Now? Its streets look like the inside of a toilet bowl. After Tess Holliday ate something spicy. While the French – and all of Europe – may not have learned their lesson yet, they’ve perfectly displayed how much open borders suck.
National security. It’s important.