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Calais Migrant Camp False Flag Madness Begins

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posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 08:57 AM
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A heated shipping container city has been hurriedly built to keep the refugees from freezing.

Instead of moving into the containers, many migrants were on Thursday picking up their ramshackle tents and shelters and, with the help of activists, moving them deeper into the camp on the back of trucks, an AFP correspondent said.

The aim appeared to be to move their shacks closer together in order to complicate any efforts by the authorities to remove them by force.
www.thelocal.fr...


We have decided to remain where we are and will peacefully resist the governments plans to destroy our homes.
calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com...

Living in a muddy puddle gets more donations which the mafia and fake activists want. Living in a free heated shipping container fitted out to a good standard is not acceptable to the mafia and fake activists who seem to have control over this silly situation. No wonder some people don't follow the news, it's just crazy.




posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 09:00 AM
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a reply to: Kester
Possible live stream here.


I had a feeling it wasn't going to last long.
edit on 14 1 2016 by Kester because: failed live stream


Another one here, possibly.

edit on 14 1 2016 by Kester because: add second live stream



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: Kester

I don't know what you mean with false flag madness? The Mafia behind it?

But it really leaves one speechless. How stupid can one be? Or are they maybe afraid of getting "shipped"?
That's the best that can be done for them, given the circumstances and they refuse to live in some dignity?
It's really madness!



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 10:33 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

The whole situation has to be a big false flag. I can't see why else the media, fakebook etc. would be giving us such a profoundly false image if it wasn't all some big manipulative false flag circus act.

The mafia/people traffickers control the camp and forbid social media and photographs/video. Camp mafia must have given some instructions. The swapping donations for coc aine scam, for example, couldn't carry on easily in a respectable shipping container camp. The mafia and fake activists depend on the shocking living conditions for the sympathy vote. They refuse the help they allege they are not offered.
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posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 10:51 AM
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This situation has zero chance of ever ending as the current state of play dictates. For what must be nearly 10 years now "Migrants" and I use the word sparingly "refugees" have been camped out around Calais and Sangatte trying to gain entry into the UK illegally.

The issue is there is simply no end to the amount of people that are trying to get in, so even if the whole camp was granted admission then tomorrow it would be filled again.

There are of course exception where people truly are refugees from war torn countries but there are also no doubt a copius amount of young men in good health that simply want to come to the UK for financial reward or what they "think" they will get, as with speaking to some people who have gained access here illegally many thought it was a eldorado and the realisation is it is not but that message does not seem to be getting through??. Many are simply left to their own devises when they do land and when the Police do pick them up or even if they do commit a crime (sometimes out of desperation) they are simply put back on the street with a notice to attend such and such centre in the next 7 days and of course many won't. It is a visous circle with no outcome and lots of mostly young men having to scrap by living in terrible condition and being taken advantage of in some cases by criminal elements..

I think a harder line has to be put forward to these people that want to gain access to the UK who are not fleeing conflict and who's own country is stable. I have met a fair few young men who have travelled from Morocco and Algeria plus a large portion from Pakistan, many claimed to be Iraqi or Afgani in the hope this will give them free passage via the asylum program hence very few people in that camp will have any passport or ID card's as it is in their best interest to not be identified but then this also allows nerfarious types to gain immunity from any wrong doing they may be fleeing from..

All in its a snow balled situation that must be hell if you are a real refugee that has fled the madness of the middle east and surronding struggles and sadly I see no end to it anytime soon or within my lifetime..

RA



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 11:04 AM
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a reply to: Kester

More live feed here.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 11:11 AM
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a reply to: slider1982

Those in need and suffering are put into a worse situation by the undesirables who are strengthened through donations from the ignorant. Do gooders are doing harm.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 11:48 AM
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. . . she didn't trust the French government enough to move into a camp run by them. "I would rather die."
news.vice.com...



The authorities had given residents until Thursday evening to leave the camp, but they will reportedly have a grace period until Monday.
www.bbc.co.uk...

Evictions are a business. Like a building job little problems occur that delay matters and the workers sorrowfully pocket another weeks cash. Let's hope this plays out slowly and peacefully. So much for the live feed. It's like watching paint dry.
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posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 12:18 PM
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a reply to: Kester

These illegals need to claim in the first country they land.

As for these 'caravan' type homes... they are much better and cleaner then theie dirty tents and they dont have to live in all that mud and #.

If they dont want either of the two mentioned above, they should go back home.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 12:22 PM
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After reading some of the anti immigrant rhetoric on ATS I can see why these people might be a little afraid of just getting into containers like that, with no idea where they might end up.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: Peeple

The swapping donations for coc aine scam, for example, couldn't carry on easily in a respectable shipping container camp. .


Eh?...Are you suggesting they are swapping blankets, tinned goods and clothes for charlie.
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posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 01:19 PM
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a reply to: Soloprotocol

New jeans, new trainers etc.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 01:28 PM
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a reply to: Kester

Your sources seem to cite valid reasons as to why they might be resisting.



Sikander Noristany, a 42-year-old representative of the Afghan community, said people were reluctant to leave behind the shops and cafes they have created in the camp and anxious about being asked to submit palm prints in order to move into the containers... "They say the new containers are better but there are no showers or kitchens," he told AFP... "The main thing people are worried about is the hand scanners... People worry (the hand prints) will be used to send them back here from England."


www.thelocal.fr...



At the same time as this new container camp was due to open, the state announced plans to evict a large portion of the Jungle too, displacing 1500 people. Since then, the container camp has opened and people have slowly started moving in. The state intends to have it full by the end of the month. Those displaced from the eviction zone are not being given first preference in the closed camp.


calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com...

Do you have anything to back up your theory?



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 01:28 PM
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originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: Soloprotocol

New jeans, new trainers etc.

What does a new pair of Levi's and a new pair of Adidas Samba get you in this black market drug trade.?



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 02:27 PM
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a reply to: Kester
It seems the French are planning on bulldozing a third of the camp. They have also flooded a section of it.


Hundreds of migrants living in the Calais camp known as the "Jungle" are being asked to leave before bulldozers move in to clear tents away.

BBC



Residents say they will “peacefully resist” any attempt to move them as Eurotunnel officials deliberately flood area around tunnel to stop migrants trying to walk through

An ultimatum for migrants to leave a camp in Calais expired on Wednesday night as Eurotunnel officials deliberately flooded the area around the tunnel entrance to stop people trying to walk through or jump on trains.


French authorities have warned that they plan to bulldoze part of the notorious “Jungle” camp in Calais. They say they will destroy the tents or makeshift huts of an estimated 1,600 people, roughly a third of up to 5,000 migrants who are using the camp as a base while they attempt to cross the Channel and enter Britain.


The French government wants the evictees to move into converted shipping containers with heating, electricity and a high-tech entry code system.



Aid workers said officials were demanding that people be fingerprinted before moving into the containers and migrants were refusing. They fear that if they succeed in reaching Britain, officials would be able to access their fingerprints on a shared European data base and could then reject their asylum applications and send them back to France.

They are also concerned that if they move into the new facility, they will be forced to apply for asylum in France, according to the volunteer aid workers. The French government has denied that migrants will be compelled to do so but officials have been trying to persuade residents of the camps to go to centres elsewhere in the country and apply for asylum.

The Telegraph



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 03:34 PM
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They havent flooded part of the camp. They have flooded marshlands around the Eurotunnel to create a natural moat to deter migrants from getting to the new fencing and then into the tunnel.

There has been an escalation in violence from the migrants to truckers and coaches and the camp has swollen to 6,000. Spring is around the corner and many brits will be making the journey from Britain to Calais and back. A coach load of school children were attacked just last week and some truckers have been threatened with knives. Sooner or later some one is going to be killed and I think both France and UK know the buck would stop with them for not dealing with the security and keeping people safe.

Our stupid government here in the UK also dont help matters as anyone who gets caught in the UK at the other side of the tunnel then is allowed to stay pending a long drawn out process. A guy who walked all the way through the tunnel last year has just last week been given asylum. The message that then sends to others is if you can make it through the tunnel you can then stay. To send the right message our government should send them straight back to France which is a safe Country and is where they should seek asylum. However, our Country is a soft touch. If Germany can send people back to Austria then we should be able to do the same.a reply to: stosh64


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posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 10:27 PM
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a reply to: stosh64

I've been in similar situations myself. What always amazes me are the number of people who wait for the trouble to start when they could easily take evasive action. Some people thrive on conflict and tell themselves they're fighting for their rights.

Here in the UK you get evicted for trying to live a simple life on your own land. They've got more freedom, respect, and vastly more support squatting at the Calais camp than we ever had on our own land. Try building a shack here and you get pounced on. First, "What are you doing with your effluent?" Then eviction notices delivered by bully boys and finally bulldozers and in some cases a bill for those bulldozers. Police come along to keep the peace. In the eighties that meant resist and you get a kicking, don't move your home and the JCB wrecks it.

Near Clyro, Hay-On-Wye, there's an entire alternative village crushed and buried under tons of clay. I watched it being buried. In those days cameras were frowned on in alternative society and little documentary evidence exists. Now we have cameras and social media everywhere. Police are far more cautious about their public image. Everywhere except at the Calais camp where camp mafia have forbidden the use of cameras and social media. The oppressive regime controlling the Calais camp is supported by ignorant 'aid workers'.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 10:37 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

Bear in mind some countries seem to have sent their sex offenders into exile in Europe among the migrants. Those decent people who've moved in to the containers don't seem to be worried. It's those who are fearful of having their identity and whereabouts known who are concerned.

A little greenery around those containers wouldn't go amiss.



posted on Jan, 14 2016 @ 10:41 PM
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a reply to: Scouse100

Are you saying they're afraid of the truth so they're resisting? Are you saying lying as soon as they claim asylum in the UK is what's expected? What's wrong with identifying who you are and where you've been? Crimes to conceal?



posted on Jan, 15 2016 @ 01:23 AM
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originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: Scouse100

Are you saying they're afraid of the truth so they're resisting? Are you saying lying as soon as they claim asylum in the UK is what's expected? What's wrong with identifying who you are and where you've been? Crimes to conceal?


All I am saying is that the sources you have included do not support your theory of why they are resisting and I am wondering if you have anything to back up your theory.



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