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The Calais “Jungle”: A Model For French Urbanisation

In the heart of Paris’ 19th arrondissement (Flanders Avenue Metro Stalingrad Riquet) is a migrant camp. Hundreds of young men (20-30 years old) are sleeping on the streets, on cardboard, like animals. 19th arrondissement (Stalingrad) is a popular area (it is a nice place to live, I’ve been living here for over 20 years). Today we have the joy of discovering human misery, accepted by our state and our leaders and endorsed by all people “with a good heart” who think we cannot leave people from war-torn countries without help.

I wonder, Do they come from “all” countries at war or just poor countries (in which case India, the Middle East and China should also qualify). Why are there only young men?

I pay taxes (I am one of the 48% of idiots) and as manager of a TPE, my company also pays taxes. I want to thank the Mayor of Paris (ANNE H) and the Mayor of the 19th arrondissements (François D) for allowing me to experience this daily misery. The mayor of Paris, speaks on Television about 1619 migrants in Stalingrad (did she count every single one?) The mayor of the 19th arrondissement wrote in a letter that they removed about 2600 migrants, on July 22, 2016. 2600 + 1619 = 4219 without counting thousand who squatted at Stalingrad.

Calais was expected to have 7,000 and 9,000 migrants (September 2016), in Stalingrad, it was 4219. Find the error! Is squatting in public legally accepted in France? If this is the case, I’ll squat before the National Assembly; we’ll see how I long I will be allowed to stay.
there. Anyway, a thank-you to the people with a “big heart”, our leaders and our mayors. I cordially invite them to Flanders Avenue to discover the “reality” of their generosity. Merci VERY MUCH!



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