July 31, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
If people calculated the number of migrants who have entered Europe in recent years, Europe would seem to them a model of love and tolerance for foreigners looking for a better future.
But a more realistic view of Europe suggests that the only thing that Europeans are tolerant of is their corrupt governments that do not want to close their borders.
However, this tolerance quickly fizzles out, as most Westerners reject migrants, which become a burden for the social structure of their countries.
This explains the recent incident in the French city of Semeac, where the government bought a hotel in the hope of turning it into a refuge for migrants.
Protesters in the city have built a wall almost two meters high near the hotel in an attempt to prevent it from turning into a refuge for migrants.
Working under the cover of the night, several dozen Semeac residents built a wall 18 meters long and 1.8 meters high, which became an obstacle to accessing the Formule 1 hotel, the group representative confirmed.
“We are not against receiving migrants,” said Laurent Teixeira. “But you must take into account the opinions of citizens.”
Local residents are disappointed that the government’s actions are not transparent to the public. The French government is now forced to establish as many shelters as possible, in anticipation of another surge in migration this summer.
The authorities that they did not consult with residents about this project, in which it is planned to turn the former budget hotel into a refuge for 85 migrants.
“Nothing is planned to support the daily life of migrants,” he said, arguing that schools and other public services in the city of 5,000 people will not be able to cope with them.
But we can say with confidence that these are not the only reasons why these French residents are concerned about creating a refuge for migrants. Politically correct media outlets in this country will probably not publish materials that reflect the concerns that reign in people’s minds.
Migrant shelters elsewhere in Europe are party to drunken disorders, where refugees have been known to burn down their own shelters, and also attack policemen. This is not what this small town is ready to face.
Either way – 1.8 meters does not seem tall enough to prevent a person from getting in or out of Semeac. Perhaps it is intended as a psychological barrier? The main point to draw is that European residents and taxpayers are simply ignored by their own authorities.