On Sunday 8th, more than one hundred protesters gathered in Calais, France, to show resistance to certain agendas enforced on the country.
The event was started by a Facebook page called “We will not give the keys to Calais“, and had participants from the French spin-off of the Pegida movement, French Dissent, Sauvons Calais, and the English Defence League.
There were three main topics addressed; the Islamization of Europe, mass immigration, and White Genocide.
The participants shouted slogans such as “France for the French”, “Islam out”, and “Immigrants out.”
They also carried banners saying “Diversity is a code word for White Genocide” and “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.” The banners linked to Europe-Rising.com
Though Denis Gaudin, the sub-prefect of Calais, scorned the event, he could not ban it as there was “no risk of disturbing public order” and the would be “sufficient police forces.”
There was a bit of a commotion when someone supporting mass immigration tried to steal one of the French flags, but he was quickly arrested by police.