Of late the major media news outlets have done a series of articles on the migrants being displaced from the “Jungle” camp also known as Calais refugee camp. What is interesting is that the “professional reporters” only convey the story from the refugees’ point of view.
The Associated Press published an article by Alex Turnbull on Oct. 31, 2016 entitled: “Police operation creates tension in Paris migrant camp” he quotes one refugee and one charity worker:
"Every day, I see on TV, on the internet, on Facebook that here there are human rights. Where are the human rights? I'm not seeing any human rights here," said Mirzai.
Charity worker Houssam El Assimi, of local aid group La Chappelle Debout, held a sign reading "No to police raids against migrants." He said Monday's operation was the 27th in the area in which police sort people based on whether they have papers and the right to seek asylum.
Turnbull ends his article with a quote from police on how many migrants they have turned out from camps. But his article is missing several key things. Comments from locals and how they felt about the refugee camp. A simple survey on locals and if the refugee camp made them feel less safe would have fit perfectly. What about a report from police on if any crimes were related to the local migrant camp? This also would have been an obvious fit.
But the simple reason is that the French government and the media have an agreement not to portray anything negative about the refugees or to ever allow a portrayal of what they have in common, they are largely Muslims in love with Sharia…Islamists. There is one more additional element. The vast majority of migrants in France are men of military age without families! I was in France a month ago and witnessed a makeshift soup kitchen in action at a refugee camp in Paris where tents and mattresses and trash seemed in abundance. Below is a brief video of this.
I had the privilege of meeting with people in the Interior Ministry, where I met one of the leaders of the General Directorate for Aliens in France. This is why I also noticed something else not stated in the Turnbull article. The article states:
Regional authorities say they have cleared out more than 19,000 migrants from Paris since June 2015.
What it does not say is of these 19,000 “x” amount were deported. Were any of these people deported? The answer sadly is none. When I met with the head of Immigration to France in the Interior Ministry, he revealed something every French citizen needs to know and likely does not. That the French government may not be able to deport a migrant who does not comply with what the government of France requires. So a migrant can be “eternally on the dole.”
But Associated Press is not alone in its purposeful obfuscation of “migrant” issues. CNN is a partner a crime. CNN ran an article on Thursday, October 27th entitled, Calais 'Jungle': Unregistered children left in limbo by Laura Smith-Spark, Saskya Vandoorne and Bryony Jones. Interestingly this article also neglects important points in favor of making the government the bad guy and the migrants good guys. First off since this is an American source it calls the migrants “refugees.” This is a contradiction to what the government of France calls them. Why the change in title? It is simply a ploy to gather sympathy for their plight. These people are not running from persecution, which would make them refugees. They are not fleeing war. Although you may think so from reading the articles. The majority of these men are North African. But you would not know that from reading this article.
Bell said there had been no violence as yet between police and migrants, but anxiety was growing among the unaccompanied teenagers, many of them from Afghanistan, about what might happen.
Really Bell? Do you have any stats to prove that? The Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) did a study which was published in May of this year and determined the following:
- Of the 6,000 migrants estimated to be living in the Jungle and Jules Ferry , the largest group were found to be from Sudan, at around a third, followed by Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Eritrea and Pakistan.
- 95 of respondents were men and the mean age was 25, with half of those questioned having completed secondary or further education.
- 25% of those in Calais reporting having experienced violence experienced it in the “Calais jungle”, where sexual abuse and exploitation has been reported alongside police brutality.
- 61 of asylum seekers were also found to have health problems, mostly developing since their arrival in the Jungle.
This study did not reveal if it questioned a person’s claims about their country of origin. However, since migrants have been found to be lying about their age. This should have been verified before accepting the countries of origin are counted as valid.
Also what about those kids taken to the UK on the premise that 2/3rds of the unaccompanied minors screened were found to be lying about their age. The UK Telegraph exposed this as a lie on October 18th! So Why do the CNN personnel not report on this? Claiming to be a minor and not being one should merit an immediate deportation. Simply because it places other minors at risk. So were the people left in Calais actually teens or were they adults?
Then the one true uniting factor for the vast majority of the migrants is simply missing. Not one major media news source says what it is. Why is that? Are they forbidden from using the terms “Muslim” or “Islamic” as an accurate descriptive word? In Europ e they use the word “Asian” whenever they mean Muslim in the news media.
Historically, in areas taken over by Islamic governments, those who refused to convert and were allowed to live were called Dhimmis had to pay a tax, the jizya, and they were forbidden from using Arabic. Are the major media news outlets now Dhimmis? You be the judge!