About 500 illegal African migrants stormed Charles de Gaulle airport in France, “occupying an entire terminal” and “demanding to meet with the country’s prime minister”, Edouard Philippe.
In a Forbes report in January of last year….
Eric Zammour, a prominent French figure, ignited considerable controversy on television and radio programs in which he blamed all the troubles of France on French Muslim communities, particularly from North Africa
The blame for France’s chaos and this latest airport hooliganism also lies on the shoulders of globalists who fought hard for suicidal open door immigration, which transported problems into France. Someone bellowed over loudspeaker at the airport: “France does not belong to the French! Everyone has a right to be here!”
Such words compliment those of leader Emmanuel Macron who said last August that “true” Frenchmen and Danes “do not exist”.
France has a big problem on its hands now with the new migrant support group, the “Black Vests” to counter the Yellow Vests.
Elections are around the corner so let’s hope that the French elect a leader who seeks the well-being of France, and begins to deport illegals and jihadists from its midst.
“Footage shows hundreds of migrants occupying French airport terminal”, by Tamar Lapin, New York Post, May 19, 2019:
Video showed hundreds of illegal immigrants storming a French airport and occupying an entire terminal Sunday, demanding to meet with the country’s prime minister.
Footage posted on Twitter shows roughly 500 migrants chanting in Terminal 2 of the Charles de Gaulle airport as about a dozen police officers in tactical gear look on.
“France does not belong to the French! Everyone has a right to be here!” one person can be heard yelling into a loudspeaker.
The protest was organized by the migrant support group La Chapelle Debout, which said their members call themselves “Black Vests.”
The group comes amid the country’s months-long “Yellow Vests movement” over tax reforms. French citizens are required to carry yellow vests in their vehicles for emergencies.
In an official statement, the group asked to meet with Prime Minister Edouard Philippe over the country’s asylum policy as well as the leaders of Air France. They demanded that the airline “stop any financial, material, logistical or political participation in deportations.”
Later Sunday, an Air France delegation met with the group, a member told local newspaper Le Parisien.
A migrant who took part in the protest warned it wouldn’t be the last.
“We have targeted Air France, and other actions will follow,” he told the paper.