‘Worse than Calais’ Thousands protest Three migrant camps minutes from Versailles Palace

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Anti-migrant anger continues to boil over as the French Government pushes ahead with plans to force thousands of migrants onto cities all across the country without consulting them at all.

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  • canminuteman

    Rocquencourt is within walking distance of were some family of mine used to live. They are elsewhere in Paris now. It’s (was) a beautiful place. I have been there several times. It is lot exactly low budget real estate. Maybe there will be more kickback now.

    • Carlos_Perera

      I hope you are right. If the French people wait any longer to exert “kickback,” the Moslem population might reach a level that would make it impossible to reverse the problem (short of the sort of genocidal solution that Europeans no longer have the stomach for).

  • tom_billesley

    Why would anybody be concened?
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3806185/Woman-26-abducted-raped-gang-six-migrants-Iraq-Syria-Bahrain-spiked-night-out.html
    Sunderland, England. Mother-of-three, 26, ‘abducted and raped by a gang of six migrants from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain after her drink was spiked’

  • V10_Rob

    Not sure I understand the French government’s logic. How is dispersing the Calais Jungle to similar camps around the country going to improve public sentiment about migrants? Used to be a localized problem, happening to someone else, now it’ll be in everyone’s face.

    • tom_billesley

      Maybe they think they’ll get less trouble incited by British activists and gimmegrant groupies.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      They are metastasizing the cancer.

  • A Hamilton Guy

    The shit will eventually hit the fan!

    • Editor

      Only a landslide for LePen next May will convince me the French are truly angry and ready to do something about it.

  • Carlos_Perera

    _Le grand remplacement_, as French nationalists term it, continues apace, the feelings of the local peasants being _remplacés_ be damned. (And if the peasants don’t resort to torches and pitchforks now, it’ll soon be too late.)