As Migrants Overwhelm Their Cities, Mayors Panicking– Begging For Help!

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If you think we’ve got problems with migrants, check out France. In some cities in France, several mayors published an open letter in a national paper, crying out to their President Macron for more help in dealing with the migrant crisis.

In an open letter, published in the newspaper LeMonde (the World)mayors are begging for more help for their crunched cities, who report that they have been taking in “several thousand” refugees every month. This is causing a social emergency that can no longer be ignored by their country’s government, as these small cities are not able to support these newcomers flooding their borders. In fact, they are “completely saturated” with these migrants, arriving from the Middle East and Africa.

But hey, didn’t this whole mess start because Syrians were supposedly fleeing their borders? Well, the insanity is French newspapers still manage to easily find migrants from nations including Eritrea, which is considered one of the worst countries in the world by measures of freedom.

The open letter sent to Le Monde is signed off by the mayors from the French cities of Lille, Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Grenoble, Rennes, Toulouse and Nantes. From the map below, you can see these cities are spread far and wide all over the country which is slightly smaller than Texas.

The mayors of these cities, in translation, want the French national government to set up a “network of solidarity between the cities of France” to help them deal with personnel and equipment costs. In addition, they want President Macron to hold meetings “at the highest level” and “without delay” address and discuss what to do with this immigration or migrants emergency.

However, the French Interior Minister has already issued a response to the open letter, which was published on Saturday. But, the response doesn’t mean there will be immediate action, only suggestions. The Minister has proposed an additional 20,000 housing units by next year to help the cities balance the distribution of refugees. Finally, the Minister wants the French counties (known as prefects) to help them out by identifying where migrants are living in their city’s emergency shelters.

So, in other words, deal with it, they’re here to stay.

Right now the European countries of Germany, Sweden and France have plunged their cities into chaos after accepting and housing hundreds of thousands of these migrants. In Germany, authorities have stated that “During the first six months of 2016, migrants committed 142,500 crimes” including violent and sexual crimes like rape, physical assaults, stabbings, robbery and drug trafficking.

So far, over 1,000 Swedish police officers (at least three a day) have resigned to protest the growing migrant crisis as they are unable to deal with the brutal crimes they are committing. And in France, whose citizens and tourists have been subject to stabbings and vehicle attacks as well as the horrifying night of the Bataclan massacre, they’ve seen their city streets turn into the grounds for refugee turf wars.

According to Fox News,

The 2017 report, from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security, found that more than one in five individuals imprisoned were not born in the United States. In addition, 94 percent of foreign nationals in the custody of either the Federal Bureau of Prisons or the U.S. Marshals Service entered the U.S. illegally.

Sessions said in a statement that Americans “are being victimized by illegal aliens who commit crimes. … The simple fact is that any offense committed by a criminal alien is ultimately preventable. One victim is too many.”

The attorney general also noted that, based on sentencing data, “non-citizens commit a substantially disproportionate number of drug-related offenses, which contributes to our national drug abuse crisis.”

By the end of the 2017 fiscal year, 58,766 known or suspect foreign nationals were imprisoned in the United States.

Newly-confirmed Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen added that the report highlights “that more must be done,” and added the department “will continue to pursue President Trump’s immigration priorities.”

Folks if you think remnants of migrants and their issues in France doesn’t exist in the United States already think again.

Again, according to the new report, 92 percent of foreign nationals in federal prisons are in the U.S. illegally. That’s right – migrants! And the recent 2017 report also shows more than one in five individuals in prison were not born here! Immigration a problem? Hey! You many not think so yet….but if we don’t take care of our borders and revise the immigration laws…..it’s only a matter of time before the US looks like France.

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