French police have reported the “worst ever” attack last night by nonwhite invaders in Calais, as authorities attempted to prevent more than 200 from blocking a major road leading to the channel port. At least 26 policemen were injured in clashes with the invaders, hurt by rocks and other items thrown by the nonwhite hordes.
The attack took place near the appropriately-named “Jungle” invader camp outside Calais, which is now home to thousands of invaders from Eritrea, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
The trouble began last night at around 11 p.m., when gangs of invaders blockaded the roads leading to the port and the Channel Tunnel, according to police.
The attempt to blockade the road was done to slow traffic so that forced entry could be made into trucks and other vehicles passing through to Britain.
“These attempts went on until 1 a.m., requiring security forces to adapt their set-up as they faced migrants who threw various objects onto the ring road,” a police spokesman was quoted as saying. Police responded by firing “almost 300” tear gas grenades to push the nonwhites back.
“It’s the first time that it’s been this violent and that we’ve unfortunately had so many colleagues injured,” said Gilles Debove of the SGP Police Force Ouvrière union in Calais. “We’re worried that if one day we have a revolt inside the camp, it will be pandemonium.”
He added that officers were concerned about the potential “madness” if there was ever any kind of revolt from those inside the camp.
“The problem is you can’t predict what will happen here. We work from day to day,” Debove said.
“In all honesty we just don’t know what the solution is to this crisis. There are 6,000 people living in this camp. We will do our job and do it with courage but the officers are very downbeat. They have 26 injured colleagues.”
Calais Security in recent weeks has been hugely bolstered in and around Calais’ port and the Eurotunnel site where passenger and freight trains enter the Channel Tunnel.
French authorities have stepped up attempts to persuade the invaders to move to “welcome centers” around France, where they are offered housing and a fast-track asylum process. Only around 300 have agreed to take up this offer, and most wait for a chance to invade Britain.
Police in Calais have also ramped up the arrest of invaders caught trying to break into off-limits sites and dispatching them, sometimes via hired jet, to “administrative retention centers” around the country.
On October 12, another large group of invaders disrupted traffic in the Channel Tunnel after penetrating the secure area at the tunnel entrance, resulting in long delays for both trains and vehicles.
In July this year, at least 1,500 nonwhites stormed the Eurotunnel terminal in an attempt to force their way onto trains and vehicles going to England, prompting the building of extra fences and the drafting in of extra guards.
The mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, has consistently blamed Britain for the crowding of Calais, because of the highly attractive welfare benefits on offer to anyone who sets foot on UK soil, as well as the fact that Britain does not issue identity documents for the invaders.
As long as this remains the case, Bouchart said, the invaders will always try and get into Britain, creating a problem not just for the UK, but also for her town which has to bear the social, economic, and crime cost of having a sprawling Third World ghetto on its doorstep.