Ah, Spring Time in Paris…
The modern capital of France is no longer the “post-card picture” from times past….
“We just wanted to go for a weekend. We hadn’t been in Paris for more than 10 years. We decided to refresh our memories and inhale the French romance ..Ha, what a horrible joke on us.
“The flight was fine, then we boarded a train that took us to the center of Paris, and it was there, that we experienced our first unimaginable shock: not only was the train station littered with debris, there was not a white person, anywhere to be found… It shocked us to the core. “
“Furthermore, we hastily settled near the Sacré Coeur, where the situation seems to have even gotten worse. When we went down into the subway, to get to the major attractions, we suddenly found out, inside the subway car, that we were the only whites in the entire train.
“At the Louvre, which is normally full of onlookers and tourists, it is now, totally deserted, and surrounded by military guards, armed to the teeth These soldiers, all look at you with suspicion and do not remove their fingers from the trigger. We found out from others in Paris, that for almost a year, Parisians are living in a state of emergency … “
“On the streets, migrants’ tents are everywhere. Small shops, sprang up, whose owners are refugees. Where did all these people come from? Near the Eiffel Tower, check out all the Muslim’s, covered in Burka’s, from head to toe. Landmarks around the tower, are teeming with hucksters from Africa, Arabia…. and beggars and pickpockets, are found almost everywhere.
Our trip to Paris, was a horrible, terrifying experience. I can’t even imagine, what’s going on in Marseille and Calais, where migrants, are already the dominant force . In France, a civil war is brewing. That’s the conclusion we have come to. Therefore, we strongly urge you to shelve any plans you might have had, regarding a visit to Paris. The migrants, have all but totally destroyed the beauty and previously, romantic images of Paris…It’s now a no-man’s land and a dangerous place to visit. You are taking your life in your hands…by daring to go visit the once beautiful city. God forbid that we have something like this in the Czech Republic! “