Some residents in a posh neighborhood in Paris have objected to a new migrant settlement built nearby. It is the 34th time in three years that roadside tent communities have been uprooted and moved, but thousands of people continue living in makeshift tents along the canals. More than 500 new asylum seekers arriving in the capital every week. Oddly, no one mentioned deportation and closing the borders as a solution.
The move came as a surprise for the locals, who said that they now have security concerns. “I think that people here are not very pleased that this people [migrants] are here,” one of the 16th arrondissement residents told RT. “They are afraid that some of them must be very difficult… some of them are very-very nice, I’m sure, but a little part of them are, maybe, bad.”
Not everybody had grim expectations though, another resident told RT that her life was unaffected after the migrants moved in. “We don’t see any changes. We don’t communicate with migrants because we don’t see them at all in the area,” she said.
This view was countered by a local woman, who said that moving migrants to Bois de Boulogne was a mistake because the area around it “is populated by many old people, who aren’t really open-minded. So I think that this area isn’t the most welcoming.”
The two-year old video was leaked to leftist German newspapers just a week ahead of the European Union elections in which far-right and populist parties are expected to do well. But, now, all of the FPÖ ministers have resigned. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz will face a no-confidence vote on Monday
Ben Carson said that Section 214 of of the Housing Community Act of 1980 states that the Secretary of HUD is prohibited from providing housing assistance to people living in the US illegally. Congress is pressuring Secretary Carson to actually break the law.
The continued use of glyphosate as a pre-harvest drying agent is contaminating America’s food supply with a known cancer-causing chemical. The EPA has known this for a long time, so the purpose of the march is to create publicity that will create public pressure to force the agency to do what it is supposed to do.
Approximately 500 undocumented African migrants stormed Terminal 2 of the Charles de Gaulle airport. A leader of the group was heard yelling into a loudspeaker that France does not belong to the French and that everyone has a right to live there.
Professor Ronald Sullivan will no longer be faculty dean of Winthrop House. The reason is that the professor was part of the legal team defending former movie mogul, Harvey Weinstein, whose downfall helped launch the #MeToo movement.
His arrest record includes two drunk-driving incidents, domestic assault against his girlfriend, and criminal trespass. In spite of this record, police never reported him to immigration authorities. That’s because not reporting illegal aliens who commit crimes has been the official policy in numerous cities in Texas.
When she was elected to Congress six years ago, the new candidates were separated between the two parties and she was told to vote only for bills that strengthen the Democrat party and reject all bills proposed by Republicans.
Jake Morphonios, a featured speaker at the upcoming Red Pill Expo, interviews G. Edward Griffin, creator of the Expo, who explains the origin and purpose of the upcoming event. It’s much more significant than you might think.
Trump Administration Backs Off Plan to Dump Illegals in Florida. But San Diego Will Welcome 1400 New Migrants Per Month.
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A group of 350 migrants from Central America broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemala-Mexico border, and forced their way into Mexico to join a large caravan of 2,000 people who are headed to the US.
Alejandro Alvarez Villegas, who had been deported 11 times from the US, attacked his wife with a chainsaw in front of their three children. Villegas’ wife is suffering from serious injuries to her chest, and their children have been placed in protective custody. Villegas has a criminal history in the US that includes possession of a controlled substance and drunk driving.
Hans-Georg Maaben, President of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, exposed the false claims against Chemnitz protesters and said that the lie about hunting down migrants served the purpose of distracting attention from the murder.