Sunday, 16 October 2016

African migrants forced to live and sleep in the streets of France

An anonymous Frenchman wearing a hidden camera recorded the aftermath of a raid on a migrant camp on Avenue de Flandre in the north of the French capital

A filmmaker has captured footage of horrible condition African migrants are forced to live the street in the middle of Paris. The anonymous Frenchman wearing a hidden camera recorded the aftermath of a raid on a migrant camp on Avenue de Flandre in the north of the French capital.

After the migrants had been forced on to buses by police officers in full riot gear, all that was left was sidewalks blocked with trash, junk and mattresses. The video also captures the scene before the hundreds of young Africans, mainly Sudanese and Eritreans, were confronted by riot shields and tear gas. The men are shown forced to live and sleep on flat pieces of cardboard, with all their worldly belongings stuffed into plastic bags. More photos below; 


A filmmaker has captured footage revealing trail of devastation left behind by migrants forced to leave on the street in the middle of Paris

The video captures the migrants clashing with police and locals, who are shown throwing debris at each other

The men are shown forced to live and sleep on flat pieces of cardboard, with all their worldly belongings stuffed into plastic bags

After being rounded up by police, the manly Sudanese and Ertireans were put on to buses to be taken to new acccomodation

After the migrants had been forced on to buses by police officers in full riot gear, all that was left was sidewalks blocked with trash, junk and mattresses

The video also captures the scene before the hundreds of young Africans, mainly Sudanese and Eritreans, were confronted by riot shields and tear gas (shown)

The authors of the video, entitled 'Scenes from the apocalypse, were not sympathetic to the plight of the migrants - blaming them for ruining the iconic image of the French capital

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