French patriots burned out the roof of a planned invader center in Forges-les-Bains, southwest of Paris, just before it was due to open and the week after an earlier unsuccessful attempt to flood the premises with water.
The attack was carried out on Monday, September 6, just hours after a demonstration by hundreds of local residents against the center ended outside the town hall.
Supposed to hold 200 invaders, the center was due to open in October with 91 invaders from the Sudan and Afghanistan—all fake refugees moved there from the Calais Jungle.
According to local media reports, the planned center was hotly disputed by residents, who saw it as attracting even more invaders to the area.
A week earlier, entrance was gained to the premises —an unused former local authority building—and all the taps were left running in an attempt to water damage the building.
That attempt was unsuccessful at making the building uninhabitable, an objective which has now however been achieved with the roof’s destruction.
BFM TV reported that locals considered the project as “scary” and were concerned that the center would serve as a magnet to draw even more of the nonwhites to the area.
BFM TV added that “other such incidents had been recorded recently by firefighters,” but gave no further details.
The Socialist Party mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, expressed her outrage over the fire, saying that it was a “shame,” and that it was a “detestable, deplorable, criminal act.”
The arson came on the day of the presentation of a larger invader center which is set to open in later September north of Paris, designed to accommodate 800 male invaders.
Yet another camp to the south of Paris is planned which will accommodate invader families, females, and “children.”
The arson attack—possibly the first reported such incident—comes after confirmed reports of vandalism at “several” of the 140 such invader centers created across France as the government has sought to provide “medium-term accommodation” for the mass nonwhite invasion swamping the country.
Not all local authorities have followed the government orders, and some said that opening permanent shelters such as the one in Forges-les-Bains would only encourage even more invaders.
The French government aims to have 34,000 beds in invader centers by the end of the year to relieve makeshift camps that have sprung up mainly in Paris, Calais, and other Channel ports.
About 15,700 nonwhite invaders have been removed from the city’s streets and parks and given free accommodation—at the French taxpayers’ expense—since June last year.
Most of the invader shanty camps have sprung up in the area between Montmartre hill and the Périphérique ring road.
About 80,000 invaders applied for “asylum” in France last year, but tens of thousands seek entry into Britain to take advantage of the generous welfare benefits on offer there.