Paris: Vicious Migrant Camp Brawl Caught on Video


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Posted by    Sunday, April 17, 2016 at 4:00pm | 4/17/2016 - 4:00pm

Riot police used tear gas to break up the melee

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3543237/Video-Stalingrad-Metro-Paris-shows-violent-clashes-erupt-migrant-camp.html

On Saturday, riot police were called to an unofficial migrant camp at a Paris metro (subway) station due to a violent street brawl that was transpiring amongst the migrants living there.

The Daily Mail reports:

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve had earlier announced the removal of the camp in a joint statement with Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, but the migrants returned with makeshift mattresses two weeks later.

. . . .  The violence erupted underneath the tracks when a group of men threw objects at the migrants, most of whom are thought to come from Africa and the Middle East.

. . . .  Riot police used tear gas to disperse the crowd and arrested a drunk man who is thought to have thrown the first missile which sparked the chaos, Le Parisien reported. 

The police are said to have been pelted with bottles and debris when they arrived at the scene of the fight between the homeless migrants and a so called ‘anti crime brigade’ from Stalingrad, which lies in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. 

The Jerusalem Post reports on the incident:

Amateur video has emerged showing violent clashes between groups of migrants that had erupted on Thursday in northern Paris near Stalingrad metro station.
The video, filmed by resident Arnault Chene from his apartment on Boulevard de la Villette, shows groups of men, carrying wooden planks and metal poles, throwing objects at each other.
According to the author of the video, a first battle erupted between groups of migrants living near the subway station started around 9 p.m. which was rapidly stopped by police. Clashes started again two hours later and became much more violent that the first time.
During about 20 minutes, migrants were seen fighting against each other and throwing objects in a fierce battle that hospitalized several, local media said. Migrants living near the subway station arrived on March 30th and most of them came from Calais, Arnault Chene said.

Watch the melee:

[Featured image via the Daily Mail]

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I went to Paris in 1988. I was stunned by the presence of heavily armed guards everywhere. I experienced a full body pat down for the first and only time in my life (we were going into a police compound that also housed a famous chapel). I had never seen combat style armed guards just standing around on the streets and airports and train stations before. But it was still charming and I had fun. I’m afraid that Paris will soon go up in smoke. I’m so glad I got to see it when it was still Paris.

    In the 90s, a German soldier pointed a machine gun at me mid-torso from a distance of 5 feet at the airport in Frankfort for innocently walking three steps in a direction that was unknowingly verboten.

    That was right up there while driving in Japan on a rural road and glancing in the rear view mirror to see a green army truck behind me with a uniformed Japanese soldier (helmet and all) glaring back at me.

    Both episodes were a quite shock.

    I’ve spent a considerable amount of time on business travel in Paris and have been there for extended periods at least 10 separate times.

    Soldiers with machine guns were ubiquitous.

    legacyrepublican | April 17, 2016 at 11:28 pm

    I was in Paris in ’85, ’93, ’94 as a single man and just a few weeks ago with my lovely bride of 15 years.

    This year’s visit was the worst visit. It wasn’t Paris I knew anymore. It was a dirty city with some interesting landmarks. People were frisked at the Eiffel Tower and their bags checked. Even those just going to use the Loo like my lovely bride. Armed soldiers were in front of Notre Dame de Paris the day we arrived. I was being watched by three policemen on the narrowest street in Paris, Rue de Chat qui peche. Bags were inspected going into the Musee d’Orsay.

    Years ago, I could freely walk underneath Eiffel Tower with no police watching me. I was able to visit the whole city without feeling I had to look over my shoulder.

    It seems that Paris has gone from the City of Lights to the City of Fights.

The sad thing is, the “anti crime brigade” trying to protect Paris citizens from these violent immigrants and so-called refugees are the one the authorities will prosecute.

The immigrants and refugees will get a slap on the wrist, if anything. They will be given a pass because of their culture.

    Um, according to the Daily Mail’s report, it was this “anti-crime” gang that started the fight, and the migrants were defending themselves.

Religion of Body Pieces

There’s a Stalingrad metro station in Paris?

Rick the Curmudgeon | April 17, 2016 at 9:35 pm

“. . . . Riot police used tear gas to disperse the crowd and arrested a drunk man who is thought to have thrown the first missile which sparked the chaos, Le Parisien reported. ”

“Disperse the crowd”?

That’s your first mistake right there. Keep throwing people trying to leave back into the melee. Sooner or later, things quiet down.

Since the end of WWII, Europeans have not had much in the way of self-confidence. They have shown a strong tendency toward socialism and government control over all things human. Now when they are faced with an existential threat they are like the proverbial deer in the headlights. After the terrible massacre last November their big response was to set up a large public display of flowers and candles. It should have been a public outcry against their lousy leaders and a huge influx of unwanted immigrants. Even the bellwether of belligerence, Germany, has become soft and unable to confront the overwhelming threats posed to their nation by these same immigrants. Instead, their leaders have started doing what obama has done to us and that is to blame them for the terror and disruption to their lives telling them that THEY had to change to accommodate these new arrivals. I see the solution in Europe as when a point is reached that their lives are so bad and the death and terror reaches a level that the people have but one choice and that is to physically fight back. What the outcome will be I do not know. But we are all being controlled by the elite PC leaders that think they know everything and that they can work it out. They can’t.