The effort to relocate many of the 6,000 or more people, migrants for Calais, produced protests in France in many communities. “This is our home!” and “We don’t want them!” are slogan frequently claimed by demonstrators. They also claim to support the French identity. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ is inscribed on the front of every city hall, ”The National Front argue that migrants are a time bomb for the country. Similar scenes have played out all over France as the government disperses the migrants to more than 450 temporary housing sites in villages, towns and suburbs, from tiny mountain communities to the outskirts of bustling cities like Lyon. It’s estimated that during three to six months some of the migrants applications will be rejected.