France’s effort at multiculturalism has come back to bite them. They have chaos and violence that’s putting the French citizens in danger. If there’s one thing a government should do it is protect it’s citizens from foreign invaders. The French government is allowing tent migrant cities under bridges. It’s unsanitary and dangerous. Recently, the tent city grew from 500 to 1,000 people.  It looks like the leaders of France failed…

Violence has flared in one of the many Paris migrant ‘transit camps’ that have flourished in the city this week, with special police deployed to quell the riot.

Angered migrants threw missiles and charged one another with iron and wooden bars at the Stalingrad Metro on Thursday night, with the chaos caught on camera by the inhabitant of a neighbouring apartment. The extraordinary violence is reported to have started when a drunk man threw an object at the migrants, who returned in kind by throwing street furniture and strips of metal, reports Le Parisien.

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Specialist police of the undercover ‘Anti-Crime Brigade’ were called to the scene, and riot police showered cannisters of tear-gas down on the rioting migrants to clear the area. The men being repulsed were primarily of Eritrean, Sudanese, and Afghan origin.

Plain-clothes ‘Anti-Crime Brigade’ officers patrol France’s so-called Z.U.S. ‘sensitive urban zones’ — better known as ‘no go zones’ — in unmarked cars and receive special weapons and vehicle training.


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