Police in Paris have been forced to clear out a camp set up by nonwhite invaders moved from Calais’ infamous “Jungle” after locals complained that the nonwhites had turned the area into an “open air toilet,” terrorized passersby with gang violence, and brought diseases such as tuberculosis.
French riot police moved the approximately 2,000 nonwhites away from the Eole gardens, near the Paris Eurostar hub, from their shantytown without incident on Monday this week.
The invaders—all trying to get to Britain where generous welfare benefits are on the Ile-de-France region, according to a report in the Le Monde newspaper.
The masked riot police moved early on Monday morning to break up the camp at the Eole Gardens, taking the invaders by surprise.
Shortly after 7 a.m. local time, the nonwhites—mostly Afghans, Sudanese, Somalis, and Eritreans—were rounded up, put on buses, and driven away.
They had set up camp in the park after the far left Socialist Party mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, announced that she was going to build an “international refugee camp” in the city later this year.
The announcement was greeted by a rush of parasitic nonwhites from all over France into Paris, where they set up tents and created a new “Jungle” in the Eole Park.
Cases of tuberculosis broke out almost immediately, and local leftist doctors’ organization Medecins du Monde warned that other infectious diseases were also present.
Local residents then complained that the park had been turned into a massive open air toilet, with the nonwhites defecating and urinating wherever the mood took them.
In addition, the park—right next to the Eurostar Paris-London train station—became a hub for smugglers offering invaders entrance to Britain via train or aircraft—with one local journalist even being offered a passport to enable a claim for “asylum” as a “war refugee” in the UK.
In addition, tribal warfare between the Afghans, Sudanese, and Eritreans broke out, and police struggled to maintain order as the fighting often spilled into the streets, threatening locals and passersby.