Six anti-white activists from the crypto-communist “Tous Migrants” group have been arrested by French police for assisting nonwhite invaders cross over from Italy via the Alps during the past weekend’s demonstration at the scene by the pan-European Generation Identity organization.
According to the prosecutor’s office in the Alpine town of Gap, the six—four with Italian citizenship, and two with Swiss citizenship—were arrested on charges of “helping illegal immigrants enter national territory.”
They were part of a group which helped about 30 nonwhite invaders cross into France via the Montgenevre Pass on Sunday when around two Generation Identity activists, erected a symbolic borderat the nearby Echelle pass and forced authorities to rush reinforcements to the area.
The “Tous Migrants” communists and their nonwhite charges clashed briefly with security forces at the ski station before making it to a “migrant aid center” in the nearby French town of Briancon.
The Generation Identity protest drew attention to the rise in invader crossings of the Alps into France, after that nation instated manned border checks at the conventional crossing points from Italy.
The French government has just introduced a new law—condemned by the left as “nazi” and by the right as “not going far enough”—in terms of which more help is offered to those granted “refugee status” in integrating in France, but which also makes it easier to deport those rejected as “economic migrants.”
The law allows for failed “asylum-seekers” to be detained for up to 90 days pending deportation and shortens the deadline to launch appeals from one month to 15 days.
In 2017, the French national court of asylum granted protection to over 8,000 people who had appealed their negative decision. Around 100,000 applied for asylum last year.