Paris Becomes Massive Camp for Illegal Migrants

Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has announced plans to build a “humanitarian camp” next to one of the busiest train stations in the city, so that thousands of illegal migrants bound for Britain can “live with dignity.”

Hidalgo, who has often sparred with French President François Hollande for his refusal to accept more migrants, says her plan to help illegal migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East is a “duty of humanism.”

Critics counter that Hidalgo’s plan is a cynical ploy aimed at positioning herself to the left of the current president, as part of a political strategy to wrest leadership of the Socialist Party from Hollande, whose approval ratings are at record lows.

  • ntt1

    After turning Paris into a sewer hidalgos rating will tank and make the wishy-washy Holland look like trump.

    • Le Pen awaits.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Something more gruesome may await Hidalgo in the shorter term.

  • Exile1981

    So next to a train station so they can rape more travellers?

    • And take the train!

      • Exile1981

        or blow it up

        • Justin St.Denis

          While raping European travellers….

  • Dana Garcia

    Surely this demographic shift toward more African diversity and shanty towns will add to Paris’ tourist appeal (and cash inflow). Who doesn’t want to see lots of Muslim bums littering up the Louvre and Notre Dame?

    • It will henceforth be known as The City Of Shanties!

    • tom_billesley

      Rio has tourist trips to favelas, why not Paris? – and no zika virus.

      • Dana Garcia

        I can see how libs would like to brag on “challenging” diversity vacations and selfies with sketchy foreigners.

  • Martin B

    “live with dignity”

    How can criminal parasites live with dignity?

  • Ron MacDonald

    Europe is close to imploding.

  • Clink9

    I was just at that train station a couple weeks ago. There are some very shady characters in that neighbourhood. The military is patrolling the inside of the station with rifles.

    Not that it’s much better, but taking the train back to London, it looked like Disney World compared to Paris.

    • canminuteman

      I can’t even imagine what it must be like now. I was in Paris for two weeks about 15 years ago and one of the things that I found a bit of a culture shock were the vast number and variety of police patrolling the streets.

    • disqusW6sf

      Sounds like Turkey in the nineteen eighties.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Frankfurt Int’l Airport is spotlessly clean if you get there around midnight. By 2:00 a.m., after a few ME airliners have landed, the walls, ceilings and floors of the Men’s Rooms throughout the airport are smeared with shit. I kid you not. I prefer avoiding Frankfurt Int’l for this precise reason.

      • Clink9

        Eeeew. We did switch planes there a couple weeks ago but it was around noon so still clean there. They should post armed guards in the washrooms.

  • Justin St.Denis

    When a municipal politician unexpectedly disappears or dies, there is usually a by-election so that citizens can elect another to replace the deceased/disappeared municipal rep. This is how democracy at the local level works. Many argue this is because it is at the municipal level – in towns and cities – that citizens foment revolution.

    I wonder if any native French citizens in Paris have two brain cells – or balls – to rub together. “Creating the momentum for change” under these circumstances would seem to be a simple question of brain cells, organization, and fortitude, if you follow……

  • EarlyBird

    Will Hidalgo still sues Fox news after mentioning no-go zones after she creates one of her own? This will be the perfect spot to plan the next terrorist attack in Paris, it’s right downtown, no need to commute!