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The French government has listed 750 areas determined to be “Sensitive Urban Zones (Zones Urbaine Sensibles, or ZUS).”
The Swedish government has listed 186 “exclusion areas,” along with 55 no-go zones. Swedish blogger Matt Danielsson has described the areas as “crowded, predominantly Muslim immigrant ghettos, where education is low, employment is lower and the only local business thriving is drug dealing.”
Germany’s Steinke Institut (SI) has mapped 51 separate areas which have been explained as “law-free” and with “high danger potential.” The German website Politically Incorrect evaluation found that the vast majority of them had troublesome problems having “something to do with the I-word (Islam),”
UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage has said that British leaders too have been afraid to tackle Islam-oriented issues in the UK, and allowed for “big ghettos” to develop. Regarding the no-go zones versus Sensitive Urban Zones argument, Farage explained that the issue was a “matter of semantics.” He said that the British and French governments have failed to accept that “there’s a massive problem with lack of integration.” CBS’s 60 Minutes show sent a crew to London and found that the streets are an “alternate reality” at night where Sharia patrols bully people who are drinking alcohol, people who they think are homosexuals, and women who aren’t fully covered by clothing. Additionally, the UK’s Islamic population is twice as likely to join the Islamic State terror group than the UK armed forces.
Belgium also has several de facto no-go zones where police are putting themselves at risk simply for entering. In the Belgian city of Flanders, a police officer who recently attempted to make an arrest was met with fierce resistance by a Muslim m
In the Netherlands, the government has released a list of 40 “no-go” zones.
Furthermore, some regions in Russia commonly known as hotbeds for radical Islam, including Chechnya and Dagestan, have been described as a “virtual no-go zone” for Russians and tourist
An April 16, 2013, GA article, for example, noted in general that Bonn area “investigators and judges no longer conceal” that “more than 90% of all youth criminality is perpetrated by youth with an immigration background.” An earlier August 30, 2007, article in a regional boulevard paper, meanwhile, discussed the “Bad Go” gang in BadGo comprised of young adolescents “mostly from Arab families.” During a television report about the gang, one of the youths had discussed Hezbollah and how “you only come into paradise when the Israelis fight against you…and you then kill them…holy war, so to speak.”
A subsequent October 27, 2009, article in Germany’s conservative Die Welt newspaper elaborated BadGo’s development from a “pretty city area” to “tough streets” as one of the “crass consequences” of the capital’s move from Bonn to Berlin. Although Die Welt rejected equivalency with the Bronx, Berlin’s Neukölln, or notorious Paris suburbs, nonetheless “‘BadGo’ had become for many a ‘NoGo.’” Die Welt described a “new conflict” in BadGo in which “immigrant children, who see themselves as disadvantaged losers, take up position against elite offspring from well-to-do homes.” One anonymous 17-year-old college preparatory student, for example, discussed avoiding BadGo where “Kanaken” (a German derogatory term for South Europeans, Turks, and other majority-Muslim peoples) lie in wait to mug.
In particular, Ingrid Müller-Münch, the author of a 2009 book on BadGo discussed by Die Welt, described at the book’s homepage a gang assault upon a preparatory school summer pre-graduation party. Gang members suddenly emerged from cars and assaulted celebrating seniors in a public park with baseball bats, knives, and crowbars, taking cellphones and money while leaving behind bruises. Rather than an “isolated incident,” this attack is one of several in which “pre-graduation parties are downright stormed and messed up.” Graduating seniors accordingly fear publicly announcing their parties.
In this environment, Die Welt reported, “immigrant youth gangs, whose tone is determined by Gangsta Rap and Kanaken-German and who proudly name themselves ‘foreigners,’ want to profile themselves with violence.” “What is mostly treated as a taboo is clearly spoken here” among the individuals interviewed by Die Welt: “Youth with an ‘immigrant background’ are—in their own estimate—more violence prone than Germans. The German hierarchy of law and values is not recognized.” As on
Three and a half years ago, one of the Church of England’s most senior bishops, Pakistani-born Michael Nazir-Ali, warned that Islamic extremists had created “no-go”areas across Britain too dangerous for non-Muslims to enter. His politically incorrect concern sparked a firestorm of denial and criticism. The Muslim Council of Britain, for example, dismissed it as the Bishop’s “frantic scaremongering” and “intolerance,” and scoffed,
We wouldn’t allow “no-go” areas to happen. I smell extreme intolerance when people criticise multiculturalism without proper evidence of what has gone wrong.
Well, the evidence of how multiculturalism “has gone wrong” is in. This week Soeren Kern at the Hudson Institute documented the proliferation of such no-go zones throughout Europe
originally posted by: Seamrog
Ask yourselves why the French government and Parisian media would not want their dirty laundry aired out in the American public.
The city of lights looses some of its romantic charm with the specter of islamic hate rears it's ugly head doesn't it?
I posted in another thread my own personal, first hand experience in a Parisian 'No-Go Zone.'
Riding a scooter through, and actually walking down a sidewalk are two entirely different things, and actually do lead to different outcomes.
originally posted by: amazing
I'm just not seeing the evidence of no go zones.
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Stormdancer777
Fox news isn't worried at all because they already won a court case that says they are allowed to lie their asses off, it's all good.
So the real problem here are the people who take Fox News at face value and parrot their lies which spread like a plague.
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Khaleesi
Oh I agree they all are pretty awful but Fox reigns king as the worst. This thread is about CNN and FOX since you're the one who brought FOX up.
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Khaleesi
Just because you made this thread doesn't at all mean you get to dictate how we comment on it.
Fox news is the reason this thread exists. I can bash on them all I want because they've earned it. Are you a Fox news fan because only a fan would be upset about the so called bashing.
The story didn't die there. Nigel Farage, head of Britain's anti-immigrant U.K. Independence Party, asserted on Jan. 13 that there were no-go zones "right across Europe. We have got no-go zones across most of the big French cities," he told Fox News. Another Fox commentator, Nolan Peterson, has been posting online reports this week saying that some 750 areas in France have been "marked as off-limits by French authorities, restricting access by police and other emergency services."
Farage’s comments follow several other interventions over the last five days, which have been criticised by David Cameron and Ed Miliband for attempting to make political gains from the murders of French citizens by Islamists.
The term “no-go zone” has been pervasive among anti-Islam commentators on the right for years despite a lack of evidence. The conservative Washington Times has run several articles since 2002 referring to "no-go" areas in Europe, including an op-ed titled "Experiencing asylum insanity."
The writer, Marian Kester Coombs, ridiculed a British reporter who overheard a resident of Burnley, England say that it wasn't a nice place to walk around at night.
"Why don't you? Because Asian gangs spawned by generations of immigrants squeezed into local 'council estates' will beat your head in for you if you're white, that's why," she wrote. "And during the day, should you approach one of the [overwhelmingly Muslim] 'no-go' areas in dozens of British villages, towns and cities, you risk facing, at the very least, waves of hostility that are turning life in this once pleasant land into a misery for its native inhabitants."