In a shocking show of hooliganism and lawlessness, 700 illegal African migrants "stormed the Pantheon, the final resting place of France’s greatest non-military luminaries including the writers Voltaire, Victor Hugo, and Emile Zola." Over 3 dozen arrests followed. These illegal migrants have organized themselves into an association called "The Black Vests." They demanded "‘papers and housing for everyone’, describing themselves as ‘the undocumented, the voiceless and the faceless of the French Republic’. They also demanded a meeting with Prime Minister Edouard Philippe."
These illegal migrants will grow even more brazen and illegal Muslim migrants will increasingly turn against the infidel French population. France has already seen no-go zones (some of them have already been described as "war zones"), jihad attacks and violent Islamic antisemitism; more of the same can be expected.
Demographic shifts also threaten France: "There's 9 million Africans in Europe compared to 20 million European citizens who moved within Europe itself." Less than 2 years ago, Emmanuel Macron "announced that France would create ‘hotspots’ in the Sahel-Sahara region to sort out potential refugees and ‘economic migrants’ and select the happy few who would be allowed to come to France to apply for asylum." Macron, however, is faced with hordes of illegal Muslim migrants from Africa who somehow escaped his plan for the "happy few." Among these illegal migrants are likely members of Boko Haram, its offshoot the Islamic State and Al Shabab. Islamic State jihadists have been successful in infiltrating refugee streams throughout the EU. The video below captures the astonishing scene of the Pantheon being stormed by Africans in Paris
(AFP) — France on Saturday detained 21 African migrants who surged into the Pantheon in Paris to push their claims for regularised status, police said.
The 21 will be held pending investigation into potentially "violating legislation on foreigners," the local prefecture said.
One demonstrator was also detained on a charge of violent behaviour against a police officer and was due to face a magistrate Sunday, the Paris prosecutor said.
A small crowd gathered outside the police commissariat in Paris’s 5th district where the migrants were detained. Some brandished placards urging the authorities to "free the gilets noirs [black vests]" and "police racists," according to an AFP photographer.
The "Black Vests" is a Paris-based migrant association that takes its name from the "yellow vest" anti-government protest movement.
French authorities had arrested 37 people on Friday after around 700 illegal migrants stormed the Pantheon, the final resting place of France’s greatest non-military luminaries including the writers Voltaire, Victor Hugo and Emile Zola.
In a statement on Friday, the Black Vest protesters said they wanted "papers and housing for everyone", describing themselves as "the undocumented, the voiceless and the faceless of the French Republic". They also demanded a meeting with Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
After the migrants were brought out of the Pantheon Philippe tweeted the need to respect "the rule of law that means respect for the rules that apply to the right to remain, respect for public monuments and for the memory they represent".
The "Black Vests" are known for staging headline-grabbing protests in support of illegal immigrants.
In June, they briefly occupied the headquarters of the Paris-based catering and property Elior Group and in May its activists occupied a terminal at the city’s Charles De Gaulle airport against "Air France’s collaboration" in the deportation of illegal immigrants.