December 16, 2018
This sounded good at first.
A court in southeast France on Thursday sentenced seven people including three foreigners for illegally helping a group of migrants cross into France over an Alpine pass from Italy.
I can totally understand wanting to help those poor child refugees flee the brutal Syrian civil war raging in Lombardia.
It’s just the right thing to do.
Two Frenchmen who had previous court convictions were given four-month jail terms.
The others, who included an Italian woman, a Swiss man and a Swiss-Belgian man, received suspended six-month sentences.
I’m actually shocked that 6 out of the 7 are men.
Then again – the women traitors were probably too lazy to go all the way there, and just promised to give all the migrants BJs when they arrived.
The activists, whose supporters dubbed them the “Briancon 7”, took part in a solidarity march of 100 people escorting some 20 migrants over an Alpine pass in April this year.
They were responding to a blockade at a nearby pass set up by several dozen far-right activists from Generation Identitaire (Identity Generation) who want to keep migrants out.
The activists had argued they took part in a “spontaneous demonstration” intended only to counter the far-right protest.
You can tell their lawyer wasn’t a kike, or else they would’ve come up with a better lie than this.
But here’s the real problem:
France’s Constitutional Court ruled in July that people could not be prosecuted for aiding migrants in distress, saying this went against the basic French principle of solidarity.
What even is this?
Their own constitutional court says they can’t enforce laws because of hurtfeels?
Are we all insane?
However the court’s ruling does not allow people to directly facilitate illegal border crossings.
You’re allowing them to do everything else to help the invaders, why ban this specific thing?
The activists have 10 days to appeal the ruling by the court in Gap, where around 100 supporters gathered outside the courthouse Thursday.
The Gap sentencing came a day after another migrant activist, Cedric Herrou, saw his suspended prison term overturned by France’s top appeals court on Wednesday.
Herrou, an organic olive grower in southern France, had been charged with illegally offering aid to migrants at his farm near the Italian border.
The appeals court cited the Constitutional Court’s decision against prosecuting so-called “crimes of solidarity”.
What the hell is a “crime of solidarity”?
Is that a real judicial term in France, or did they just pull it out of their asses?
Such an insane term, calling invading your own country with violent vermin “solidarity.”
Kinda like calling torching cars a “tradition.”
I hate what these kikes have turned Europe into.
The Day of the Soap can’t come fast enough.