French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that his government will start deporting all illegal invaders convicted of a crime back to their home nations.
The pledge, which actually formed part of his election manifesto—and which at the time was dismissed as part of a plan to undermine Marine le Pen’s Front National—was made during Macron’s first televised interview since taking office.
According to AFP, the announcement was made just two weeks after nonwhite invader Ahmed Hanachi stabbed two white women to death at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille.
Hanachi had been in police custody for shoplifting in Lyon just two days prior to the attack, but had been released by police the following day despite not having the correct documentation to prove that he was in the country legally.
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