France Bulldozes Its First “Jungle” At Calais

[This guy knew in 1973 exactly where Europe was heading, see THE 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
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