France Bulldozes Its First “Jungle” At Calais

[This guy knew in 1973 exactly where Europe was heading, see THE CAMP OF THE SAINTS.]

camp-of-the-saints

The Camp of the Saints is a 1973 French novel by Jean Raspail. The novel depicts a setting wherein Third World mass immigration to France and the West leads to the destruction of Western civilization. Wikipedia

Demolition of The Jungle finally begins

daily mail

Bulldozers move in to tear down Calais’ notorious tent city despite protests from migrants

  • French authorities bringing in bulldozers to clear a third of the notorious Jungle camp in Calais
  • Refugees and migrants living in the camp have spent the past week clearing up their belongings
  • Desperate migrants were seen trying to carry their wood shacks to safety and loading them on to waiting trucks 
  • Rumours swirled bulldozers were going to turn up in middle of the night and demolish the makeshift camp
  • Many were initially hesitant to leave the camp and say they are worried how they will be treated when they leave
  • See our full news coverage on the migration crisis at www.dailymail.co.uk/migrantcrisis


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Spy vs Spy War In Pakistan

[Pakistan has lost three intelligence officers in terrorist attacks in the last two days ( ISI officer) Special Branch official killed in Charsadda attack ; (intelligence) Two Coast Guard personnel killed in Gwadar .  Sounds like an intelligence war to me.  We all should know by now which intelligence agency is lord over Pakistan’s ISI…that would be CIA (US Treasury Official Implies That Our Spies Might Help Their Spies Do Some Terrorist House Cleaning).]

Gunmen kill Pakistani intelligence officer, IS claim attack

times of india

AFP

 

IS had claimed the attack that killed 3 Pakistani paramilitary personnel in Quetta earlier this month (AP photo)
IS had claimed the attack that killed 3 Pakistani paramilitary personnel in Quetta earlier this month (AP photo)

PESHAWAR: Two gunmen on a motorcycle shot dead an intelligence officer in northwest Pakistan on Monday, police said, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

Akbar Ali, an intelligence sub-inspector, was on his way to work and waiting at a bus stop near his home in Charsadda district when the gunmen opened fire, Suhail Khalid, district police chief, told AFP.

“Akbar Ali was hit by four bullets from the front and was killed on the spot,” he said, adding that the attackers used a 9mm pistol and fled the scene.

 

Akbar Ali, an intelligence sub-inspector, was on his way to work and waiting at a bus stop near his home in Charsadda district when the gunmen opened fire, Suhail Khalid, district police chief, told AFP.”Akbar Ali was hit by four bullets from the front and was killed on the spot,” he said, adding that the attackers used a 9mm pistol and fled the scene.

The attack was later claimed by the Islamic State group in a short statement posted on Amaq, its affiliated news agency.

“Islamic State fighters have killed a Pakistan intelligence agent in the Sardaryab region… of Pakistan,” it said, referring to the local area.

Pakistan’s military last month admitted for the first time that the Islamic State group had a presence in the country but said it had detained hundreds of its militants and prevented them from carrying out major attacks.

The army’s spokesman said its forces had foiled planned attacks by IS on embassies and Islamabad airport, but denied the group was behind an August attack on a hospital that killed 73, as it had claimed.

IS, which has struggled for traction in Pakistan in the face of competition from well-established groups, gained its first toehold in January 2015 when six Pakistani Taliban leaders switched their allegiance from Al-Qaeda.

An attack on a bus in Karachi in May 2015 that killed 46 people was the first major incident officially claimed by IS in Pakistan.

Pakistan has been battling an Islamist insurgency since shortly after it decided to ally with the US following its invasion of Afghanistan in 2001.

Violence has declined in recent years following a series of military offensives in the northwest border areas as well as concerted efforts to block the militants’ sources of funding.

But the remnants of militant groups are still able to carry out periodic bloody attacks, particularly in the northwest