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France: Fears rise of return of the Calais ‘Jungle’ as 1,400 migrants crowd into ‘temporary reception center’

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Despite the vast area occupied by Islamic states and Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and Africa, an invasion of unvetted Muslim migrants has become a Western problem. No expectations are being placed upon of Muslim countries at all, thanks to Leftists working hand-in-hand with Islamic supremacist lobbies in the West.

The Calais camp was dubbed the Calais Jungle for good reason. It was extremely violent and out of control. The dangerous behavior of  Muslim migrants in the Calais camp was only befitting a jungle. For this reason, the Calais camp was dismantled by police, but it’s a never-ending nightmare.

It’s only a matter of time before violence in Calais again rises to intolerable proportions, which will likely lead to another shutdown by police. Calais is also popular as a starting point for illegal migrants trying to get into Britain. Truck drivers have faced extreme brutality, as reported in a 2018 article: “‘Send in troops’: Calls to protect UK drivers from Muslim migrant violence in Calais.” In 2020, an “unprecedented,” “orchestrated” wave of violence erupted “as thousands of migrants” tried to board trucks and get into the UK. Leftists continue to encourage all this.

“Calais: nearly 1,400 migrants already received in the temporary reception center,” translated from “Calais : près de 1400 migrants déjà accueillis dans le centre d’accueil temporaire,” Le Figaro, November 10, 2021:

Nearly 1,400 migrants have already been received in a week in a “temporary reception center” – 300 camp beds distributed in two hangars – opened every night by the State in Calais, the prefecture said on Wednesday (November 10th) to AFP.

Large white tents have been set up in these two heated hangars, located in the industrial zone of Calais, about four kilometers from the city center, already open occasionally in winter in recent years, depending on weather conditions. Migrants are transported there by bus. On site, they have a snack, electrical outlets to recharge their phone, toilets, a toothbrush or even a pair of flip-flops. On the walls, posters recall the dangers of crossing the Channel by boat.

“This is not enough”

The opening of this “airlock” was announced on November 3 by the head of the French Office for Immigration and Integration (Ofii), Didier Leschi, who was sent to Calais by the government for mediation to negotiate with several associations on hunger strikes. Migrants can spend one night there, but must leave the premises at 8:30 a.m. On average, 197 people are welcomed each night, depending on the prefecture. 1,380 were welcomed there in a week, according to the same source.

They are, if they wish, then redirected to more permanent accommodation outside Calais. “We are in a temporary structure which aims to provide exceptional hospitality. It is a site which is not intended to be perpetuated,” insists Véronique Deprez, sub-prefect of Calais. But this device, decided by the State in response to the recriminations of activists on the living conditions of migrants in Calais, does not convince either the associations or the town hall.

“That’s not enough,” says Ludivine Colas, coordinator of Utopia 56. “300 spaces cannot meet the needs of 1,500 people in Calais. We would also like a device (…) that allows (migrants) to rest for several days,” she says. “It’s always taken, but it’s really insufficient,” says Pierre Roques, coordinator of the Auberge des Migrants. For her part, the mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, fearing the reconstitution of a new “Jungle” in her city, asked for the “removal” of this airlock, a device “doomed to failure.”

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