Gray Wolves Banned in France

The head of the French Ministry of Internal Affairs said that the activities of the Turkish nationalist group “Gray Wolves” will be banned on the territory of the Fifth Republic.

Marie Le Pen reacted to the minister’s words, claiming that the “Gray Wolves” cannot be banned, because they do not officially exist in France. This is despite the fact that France is home to the second largest Turkish diaspora in the world.

Of course, the approach is very convenient: if someone is not officially registered, then they do not exist.

That’s just the same Lyon today has actually become the capital of the “Gray Wolves”. In response to the publication of “Charlie Hebdo”, which outraged the entire Muslim world so much, Turkish nationalists within a 40-kilometer radius from Lyon began to smash Catholic churches and Armenian shrines for some reason, and not state institutions.