2018-05-13 19:39:12 UTC
This has no coverage in the American press. I wonder why?:
Send 'em to California. They'll be loved there. They'd fit in perfectly in
Beverly Hills ;-)
Another huge migrant story that nary garners a headline in the mainstream
media. Paris is melting before our very eyes. The elite never speak of it so
that the mass delusion continues ….. until the next slaughter.
MIGRANT CAMPS FORCE ‘GRAND PARIS’ RACE ORGANISERS TO CANCEL EVENT
by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, 3 May 2018:
ORGANISERS HAVE HAD TO CANCEL THE “GRAND PARIS” TEN-KILOMETRE RUN BECAUSE
THE MAKESHIFT MIGRANT CAMPS THAT HAVE SPRUNG UP ALONG THE BANKS OF THE
SAINT-DENIS CANAL HAVE MADE THE ROUTE IMPOSSIBLE TO SAFELY NAVIGATE.
The organisers of the event, which sees participants race from the Place de
la République, along the Canal Saint-Martin to La Villette, and finally to
the Stade de France, cancelled the race because they claim they could find
no other route that would avoid the migrant camps, Le Parisien reports.
A statement, which was released this week by the organisers, said: “These
makeshift camps are growing and expanding day by day. According to the most
recent estimates, in the coming weeks, they will bring together more than
The statement added that it was “unthinkable to cross these camps. The
passage is impossible and it is humanly difficult to run a race in the
middle of a refugee camp.”
The race, which saw 6,500 participants in 2017, was scheduled to take place
on May 13th with those who already paid to register for the event being told
they can either get a refund or put the money toward next year’s race.
Over the last several weeks, the makeshift migrant camps in Paris have
dramatically expanded with some estimating that up to 550 new migrants
arrive in the French capital every week.
Makeshift migrant camps have existed in Paris since the height of the
migrant crisis, often moving to other locations after being cleared by
French police as was the case with the camp that emerged by the Stalingrad
metro station in 2016.
The cancellation of the Grand Paris race is not the first time the makeshift
camps have had an effect on the area around them. Last November, the Art
Ludique museum, located near the Gare D’Austerlitz train station, was forced
to close its doors because a nearby migrant camp scared away potential