A detailed list of where ‘250’ Muslim colonizers, freeloaders, rapists, and potential jihadists will be lodging in Lourdes was posted on Facebook by a member of France’s Front National party in a bitter rant about the use of taxpayer money for Muslim illegal aliens rather than for French citizens.
UK Daily MailOlivier Monteil, secretary of the Hautes-Pyrénées branch of the Front National, published the street names of refugees’ lodgings and the telephone number of the local reception centre for asylum seekers in Lourdes on Facebook. While the house numbers were blurred out, the street names were a giveaway of the the locations.
The post was published on October 17 and slammed the ‘outrageous camouflage by authorities’ over the arrival ‘of 250 illegal alien migrants posing as refugees in Lourdes who will be housed, fed and cared for at the taxpayer’s expense’.
Even worse, he also claimed the local police had been advised not to intervene if refugees or asylum seekers were involved in any serious incidents including rapes and to make a record of it instead. The post has now been removed though it was online long enough to attract a series of angry comments in support of his original post, The Local FR reported.
One social media user wrote: ‘The Pyrenees does not want Islamist invaders, we will do everything to turn them away. All these wild animals, they disgust me. They are garbage on French soil.’
The incident has sparked outrage among charities including France Terre d’Asile which supports refugees and migrants in France. The organization has submitted a formal complaint with the police, saying Front National has put people at risk of abuse. (What about the French people are put at even greater risk by rapists, thugs, and potential terrorists?)
The company said the political party waged ‘an attack on someone’s private life and divulging information that endangers residents.’ The outburst follows news that refugees currently living in the Calais Camp – which is due to be demolished – will be relocated to towns and villages in France.
The French mayor of Beziers sparked outrage among so-called ‘rights’ groups after putting up anti-migrant posters and calling for a local referendum ahead of the arrival of Muslim illegal aliens in his town.
Under the headline “That’s It, They’re Coming”, is an image of a crowd of migrants, all of them men, outside the cathedral of the southern town of Beziers. “The state is imposing them on us,” the poster reads. “Migrants in our town centre.”
The poster put out by Mayor Robert Menard, an ally of the Front National, is a reaction to government plans to relocate thousands of illegal alien Muslim migrants from the north coast to dozens of sites around France.
It is reminiscent of a controversial poster created by leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage, former head of Britain’s anti-immigration UK Independence Party (UKIP), showing a vast queue of migrants under the slogan “Breaking Point”.
SOS Racism has called for the region’s governor to step in and stop Menard’s planned referendum. And the government’s anti-racism body DILCRA has called on the prosecutor’s office in Beziers to investigate what it says is a “flagrant” example of incitement to hatred.
Mr Menard said: “I’ll do everything to ensure that these migrants don’t settle in.”
Earlier in October, the Mayor of Pierrefeu led hundreds of French villagers as they take to the streets to protest against the arrival of migrants from the Calais Jungle, declaring “We don’t want them!”
UK Daily Mail French villagers are protesting the arrival of migrants who are being dispersed around the country as the government shuts down the slum-like camp in Calais that has become a flashpoint in Europe’s migrant crisis. Competing rallies were being held Saturday in Pierrefeu in southeast France.
The mayor led several hundred people on a protest against a government proposal to house migrants in an abandoned wing of a psychiatric hospital while they apply for asylum or study other options.
Left-wing activists held their own, smaller rally to welcome the migrants. “I am ashamed because we repress the poorest. They need us, the people who are coming from abroad, and are dying in the seas. We have everything here, we are a rich country, we have a rich village,” said lifetime Pierrefeu resident Laure Paul.
The Front National party is urging mayors to resist the Calais relocation plan and is organizing or taking part in protests across the country this month. Resistance to immigration is central to the campaign platform of National Front leader Marine Le Pen in her bid for the French presidency next year.
Front National politicians were also at a protest Saturday in Forges-les-Bains south of Paris. About 200 people marched through town, past the farmers’ market, school and town hall to protest the arrival of about 40 Afghan migrants relocated from Calais to an unused building in town.
On October 6, shots were fired at a planned migrant centre in the French seaside resort town of Saint Brevin overnight and at a building in Saint-Hilaire-du-Rosier in southeastern France where migrants are also due to be housed.