Now we have published proof of how mean and dastardly the French government is toward immigrants who only want to sleep in the streets and harass and beg from tourists in cities like Paris. The proof was published by the Associated Press on February 16, 2017, in an article titled Paris: Boulders block migrants from sleeping, prompt debate.
It seems that some boulders removed from a work site in Paris were placed, for temporary storage, under a bridge where immigrants like to gather to make camp, sleep and possibly plan their next terrorist attack on France. An unspecified “Aid Group” claimed that this blockage of immigrants from a place they want to be (but have no right to be) was “part of an ongoing police crackdown on immigrants”. What a crock of crap! France has for over 100 years been a refuge for displaced people around the world, from persons fleeing the Russian revolution, to those fleeing persecution in Cambodia, and refugees fleeing Nazism before World War II, and for anyone to claim that the French are arbitrarily trying to “crackdown” on immigrants, I believe is not true, and it’s a harsh accusation to make against the citizens of France, who have extended a hand of help to so many refugees for so many years.
But just maybe the good citizens of France, and the residents of Paris, are fed up with dirty people sleeping in their parks and on every corner of their city, begging for handouts and harassing tourists all day long, every day.
And just maybe, but not likely, the “Aid Groups” could blame the countries that the immigrants come from for the horror that the immigrants visiting France are facing as they roam Europe searching for a home that probably will not materialize for people with no skills, no education, no desire to assimilate and a hatred of Christians. Maybe the “Aid Groups” would make more sense if they blamed the non-capitalist governments that these people are fleeing and not the government of France or Paris. And blame could also be placed on the countries of origin for these displaced people for not being able to defend themselves and for crumbling under pressure from Islamic radicals who are killing people around the world as they try to establish a new Caliphate.
Isn’t it typical that people who cannot take care of themselves seek help from those who have been successful at prospering and being self-sufficient, and then blame the prosperous people if they don’t give the beggars everything they want and all that they demand? It won’t be long until these unfortunate beggars have us all wondering where our pleasant world went and why even the simplest tasks have become so difficult to accomplish as our lives drift away.
Paris, and France, have nothing to apologize for, but if they continue to accept into their country people who only intend them harm and who have no intention of assimilating into the French culture, their situation will only get worse until it’s fatal.