Don’t you wish that Sanctuary Cities would just stop, well, being Sanctuary Cities? That they would have the guts to just cross their arms, stand by their borders, and look angrily at those trying to enter illegally? Okay, so guns would definitely have to be involved in that, but do you get the point? Let actual citizens live in their own land. Let the country decide who can and cannot enter, and let illegals trip on their way out. Protecting our homelands is a lot simpler than our governments across the world make it out to be.
During a recent Generation Identity campaign in France, that’s exactly what happened.
Generation Identity is sort of the equivalent to Identity Evropa and is located in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Last weekend, they took to France to show the government how simple it is to stop illegal immigrants from crossing over the borders.
“The Defend Europe mission continues,” Generation Identity wrote on Gab after successfully turning illegals away from the border. “After flying over the area, our ground teams are searching the area to identify illegal migrants who attempt to enter France.”
They showed us an instance of how ridiculously easy it is just to say, “No. You can’t enter my country. I don’t know you and I don’t know your intentions, but if you can’t even come into our nation the right way, they probably aren’t good.”
“Goodbye and don’t come back!” Illegal immigrant prevented from entering France during this weekend’s #DefendEurope campaign.”
Pictured above is a black immigrant attempting to enter France without the proper paperwork. All it took were these two men to just stand there and say, “Nope! Not today!” And the guy ran away (hopefully) to never return.
“Victory! The #DefendEurope Alps Mission has succeeded in showing the French government that the French-Italian border can be defended easily. The interior minister will send more security forces to ensure the border is secure.”
Just like that, fewer illegals to worry about. If Generation Identity went on a world tour, the world might have the potential to get drastically more organized. Knowing who is in your country is important, and it’s a lesson that countries are slowly starting to learn thanks to organizations like this one.