Migrant turf war involving 100 sees violence explode at motorway site

A VICIOUS brawl broke out between more than a hundred Britain-bound migrants on Monday night leaving six people badly injured.

The fight between rival Eritrean and Sudanese gangs was reportedly sparked by an argument over a “strategically located piece of land” – which both sides tried to claim – that “quickly escalated out of control,” an anonymous police source told AFP.

The fight took place near a motorway rest area in Steenvoorde, a northern French town located some 25 miles from the Grande-Synthe migrant camp, which is home to thousands of undocumented migrants.

  • BillyHW

    How was it a good idea to import muslim gang wars into our countries?

    How do we round up all these invaders and send them back to their countries of origin? It needs to be done. We have no choice now.

    • Watchman

      “was it a good idea to import muslim gang wars into our countries?”Of course, if you’re a Communist/Progressive.

      Western Civilization isn’t going to fall by itself, or even in the near future with the best efforts of the Communists/Progressives despite their inroads. And the Communists/Progressives believe that the muslims, having seen the end of the hated Western Civilization, will suddenly become peaceful to allow the next stage of a Socialist utopia to arise. What happened will more likely be what happened in Iran in 1979, where after the Iranian Communists helped the islamists take over from the Shah, the islamists proceeded to jail and murder every (godless) communist they could find. And the same thing is likely to happen in Canada, the USA and Europe if we let it ever get that far.


  • Ed

    I’m always amazed that these destitute migrants all have cell phones and the money to pay for monthly plans.

  • Brett_McS

    “Britain-bound migrants”. Ready, Britain?

    • tom_billesley

      If they are Britain-bound then obviously Britain must assume responsibility for them from the moment they leave their home country.
      The Eritreans and Sudanese must be housed in the same migrant hostel when they get to Britain, so they feel the comfort of by being surrounded by familiar faces