VIDEO: Migrant Tribes Wage War In Streets of Paris

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Apr. 16, 2016

Shocking video shows two warring migrant tribes waging war in the streets of Paris.

"Afghan, Somali, Eritrean and Sudanese migrants" evidently broke into two groups and were seen violently attacking one another with "makeshift weapons" and wooden pallets.

Just imagine if these people had guns.



From the Mirror:
Migrants hurled pieces of wooden pallets and other makeshift weapons in a mass brawl outside a Paris metro station that forced police to use tear gas.

Disbelieving residents called police twice as the first fight, broken up some time after 9pm, was rekindled at about 11.30pm on Thursday night, Le Parisien reported.

Men can be seen hurling pieces of wood, bags and other missiles. At times the fighting is at close quarters but groups of the men later splinter apart, before police move in and tear gas is seen filling the air.

Four people were taken to hospital after the battle finished, it was reported.

The spot, underneath a rail bridge at the elevated Stalingrad station, was until the end of last month the temporary home of nearly 1,000 migrants in a makeshift camp.

The camp of Afghan, Somali, Eritrean and Sudanese migrants was cleared on March 30 by police and immigration authorities, but many have returned.
We were told if we bring the Sudanese and others to Paris they'd become Parisians, instead Paris has become the Sudan.

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