Africans Violently Enriching France as They Attempt to Get to the UK

Daily Stormer
August 6, 2014

The stability of European nations depends on mass immigration from sub-Saharan Africa.
The stability of European nations depends on mass immigration from sub-Saharan Africa.

The glorious vibrancy of diversity has been hard on France, threatening to rip the country apart. The devastation wrought by this beautiful program of multicultural enrichment is no more clear than in Calais, where the vibrant and diverse hordes of savages gather to attempt to invade the British Isles.

Much of the chaos is caused by the different groups of enrichers fighting one another, as African civil war carries over into Europe.


Migrants flowing into Europe in unprecedented numbers are causing a tense summer in France, as clashes break out among asylum-seekers in overcrowded camps and police fire tear gas to quell the chaos.

Sudanese and Eritreans battled in the heat in France’s port city of Calais, frustrations rising as the Africans jockey for space while trying to sneak into Britain – the dream destination some 30 kilometers (20 miles) away.

British police were on site in Calais trying to make sure they don’t cross over. Their French counterparts fired tear gas Tuesday to break up the latest of three battles that left 51 injured, one seriously, the Calais prefecture said.

Their numbers in the city at the edge of the English Channel have swelled to up to 1,300, overwhelming the city, aid agencies and police.

Up to 40 extra riot police were brought into Calais to start duty Tuesday night, bringing the number of police officers to 600, the city said.

“There are migrants who arrive each day and each day some who succeed in getting to Britain,” said Deputy Mayor Philippe Mignonet, in charge of security. He refused to say how many migrants outsmart the scanners, CO2 detectors and other technology used on trucks and planted through the Channel Tunnel.

“Calais has been taken hostage,” Mignonet said, blaming in part a Franco-British cooperation accord that he says puts the brunt of the burden on Calais. Like other officials, the deputy mayor complains that the British police presence effectively extends Britain’s border to France.

Most migrants in Calais start the European portion of their treacherous Mediterranean journeys in Italy, arriving on boats in the island of Lampedusa. Last year, total arrivals in Italy tallied 42,000 – which was already surpassed by spring. With the year far from over, over 60,000 migrants have arrived on Italian shores.

Overwhelmed, Italy is increasingly waiving European rules to fingerprint migrants, allowing them to move on. Those looking to go to Britain often end up in Calais.

We should all take a moment to thank the Jews who have given us the opportunity to experience the vibrant enrichment of this hellish and diversely colorful new multicultural Europe, where no one is safe and everyone gets to taste in the joys of ethnic foods.