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Lawlessness in the Republique, from Calais to Paris

This week Francois Hollande has promised to clear the “Jungle” in Calais as if he had forgotten that the Jungle was cleared completely in February this year. On February 29, 2016 the BBC wrote, “EU migrant crisis: Clashes as France clears Calais ‘Jungle'”. To think of it, while France is sending its army to Mali to restore order in the African country, the French leaders are incapable of restoring the rule of law around Calais and in Paris.

There is no reason to believe that France will succeed in solving the problems in Calais this time. The problems are not limited to Calais: on September 16th the French authorities cleared a camp near Stalingrad Metro Station in Paris but within a couple of days the migrants were back. Today it is said that there are currently around 2000 people camping in front of the apartment houses there.

Francois Hollande and Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, are looking for solutions to move these camps to other locations in France and Paris. Both politicians are ignoring the flashing red alarm lights that the ethnic tension in society is increasing. Mayors in French villages refuse to cooperate with the authorities in Paris and they do not want to accommodate these migrants from Paris. Hollande and his socialist party want to create a “human” solution for these migrants but if they succeed in their goal, it will immediately attract new, even bigger waves of migrants from Africa. The French society is not able to absorb any more of them and the realization dawns upon the average citizen that within five to ten years their country will be destroyed. The French population is not able to vote for a Frexit and close a tunnel to halt this stream of people from Africa as the UK did. People in France feel abandoned by their elite at the 8th arrondissement, and their opinion is suppressed by political correctness. In the end, the French population will handle the crisis on its own; Gefira will explore the possible future scenario that might result from this demographic shift i.e. the decreasing population of the French relative to the growing numbers of Arabs and Africans.

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