When there are news about scheduled flights to Sudan or Eritrea, there are calls for mobilizations against these deportations. In the last two months, there have been these threats of and deportationscarried out from France to these countries.
But these are not isolated incidents. Everyday, people are deported from France, from Europe, and from other countries either on the route there or where people seek refuge (e.g. Jordan deporting to Sudan, Sudan deporting to Eritrea). For example, the deportation planes and boats leaving France are filled with people from all former French colonies (Mali, Tunisia, Vietnam, etc.), Albania, Romania, and others- people who are not eligible for asylum, whose countries are considered “safe.” Many of these people have put their lives at risk to come to Europe – their reasons should not be subject to the divisions of good refugees/bad migrants.
There are people who routinely are…
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