‘Migrants’ in Paris demand ‘respect’ as they seize school, disrespecting the law

Evidently, irony is not appreciated very much by the so-called “migrants” in Paris who are demanding better free housing than the emergency shelters they have been living in as they seek asylum.  One of them told the France-24 television network:

We ask to be given a bit of consideration and respect, that is why we have decided to come to the school.

In a euphemism-laden article in the U.K. Daily Express, Laura Mowat explains:

The 150 migrants have taken over the building of Jean-Jaures school since Friday as they seek shelter, electricity, gas and water. 

Authorities have labelled the takeover of the school in Paris's 19th quarter a "savage occupation". 

The school is under renovation, and scheduled to re-open, but unless the seizure of the property ends, the children will have to find other quarters. No respect for them.

You have to love the circumspection found here:

 Neighbours and the local authority are concerned that the illegal occupation could lead to a possible deterioration of the area and lead to social issues. 

“Social issues”?  Does this mean crime?  Or maybe enforcement of sharia?  We’ll never know, because there are no details at all about the “migrants,” but my guess is that they are not Norwegians seeking the gaiety of life on Paris.

Hat tip: Open Blogger at AOSHQ

Evidently, irony is not appreciated very much by the so-called “migrants” in Paris who are demanding better free housing than the emergency shelters they have been living in as they seek asylum.  One of them told the France-24 television network:

We ask to be given a bit of consideration and respect, that is why we have decided to come to the school.

In a euphemism-laden article in the U.K. Daily Express, Laura Mowat explains:

The 150 migrants have taken over the building of Jean-Jaures school since Friday as they seek shelter, electricity, gas and water. 

Authorities have labelled the takeover of the school in Paris's 19th quarter a "savage occupation". 

The school is under renovation, and scheduled to re-open, but unless the seizure of the property ends, the children will have to find other quarters. No respect for them.

You have to love the circumspection found here:

 Neighbours and the local authority are concerned that the illegal occupation could lead to a possible deterioration of the area and lead to social issues. 

“Social issues”?  Does this mean crime?  Or maybe enforcement of sharia?  We’ll never know, because there are no details at all about the “migrants,” but my guess is that they are not Norwegians seeking the gaiety of life on Paris.

Hat tip: Open Blogger at AOSHQ