Parisian officials have resorted to using strategically placed boulders in the streets to stop refugees from making camps in the city's streets. Scores of the limestone rocks have been left under a shelter near the Gare du Nord, the Eurostar station from where trains depart for London, making it impossible for vagrants to set-up camp.
French officials, under the weight of an explosion of refugees from the Islamofascist dominated Middle East, have had to break-up rag-tag, impromptu refugee camps like the one in Calais, called "The Jungle", because of crime, sexual assaults and Islamofascist recruitment.
Stunningly, most of the refugees who have transformed the gentle countrysides and bustling urban areas of France into Muslim enclaves, are Muslim men. One has to wonder why these "brave" and "proud" men didn't stay in their own homelands to fight for a government and culture in which they believe instead of flocking to Europe and then demanding the different European cultures acquiesce to their Islamic sensibilities.
While the actions of Parisian officials are unique, they only serve to push the impromptu camps elsewhere; to place where the self-displaced refugee community will, no doubt, foment hatred toward their host countries and their people.