Wednesday, January 21, 2015

No Go Zones?

Word has been around on so-called Muslim "No Go" zones - places in the urban centers where fire and police personnel don't go unless in force and often not at all - for some time now. Reports have them in several cities in both England and France. 

Now FNC reports on them and Paris is suing??

Hell, we've had "No Go" zones in major US cities for years albeit for a different reason. 

Anyway, here's Newsweek from 2005...

... In hundreds of French housing projects and ghettoes populated by mostly Muslim Arab and African immigrants and their French children and grandchildren, "normal" has been for years a sort of chronic intifada, even if it was invisible to most of France and the rest of the world. According to research conducted by the government's domestic intelligence network, the Renseignements Generaux, French police would not venture without major reinforcements into some 150 "no-go zones" around the country--and that was before the recent wave of riots began on Oct. 27. In France's "immigrant" neighborhoods, to borrow a phrase from the American military, "situation normal, all f---ed up."
Belatedly, French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin invoked a law left over from the French fight to hold onto Algeria 50 years ago that allows local governments to declare curfews. No-go zones would not be allowed, he said.
- See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2015/01/22/more-myth-no-go-zones-which-were-recognized-even-2005-european-riots#sthash.f0GnfB9g.dpuf
"Statistically true, perhaps. But "normal"? In hundreds of French housing projects and ghettoes populated by mostly Muslim Arab and African immigrants and their French children and grandchildren, "normal" has been for years a sort of chronic intifada, even if it was invisible to most of France and the rest of the world. According to research conducted by the government's domestic intelligence network, the Renseignements Generaux, French police would not venture without major reinforcements into some 150 "no-go zones" around the country--and that was before the recent wave of riots began on Oct. 27. In France's "immigrant" neighborhoods, to borrow a phrase from the American military, "situation normal, all f---ed up."

And here's The New York Times from 2002...

 "...the North African (Muslim) suburbs (of Paris) have become no-go zones at night..."
the North African suburbs have become no-go zones at night - See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jeffrey-lord/2015/01/24/liberal-media-mocks-europes-islamic-no-go-zones-which-are-all-too-real#sthash.7yKR2oRa.dpuf
the North African suburbs have become no-go zones at night - See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jeffrey-lord/2015/01/24/liberal-media-mocks-europes-islamic-no-go-zones-which-are-all-too-real#sthash.7yKR2oRa.dpuf

... In hundreds of French housing projects and ghettoes populated by mostly Muslim Arab and African immigrants and their French children and grandchildren, "normal" has been for years a sort of chronic intifada, even if it was invisible to most of France and the rest of the world. According to research conducted by the government's domestic intelligence network, the Renseignements Generaux, French police would not venture without major reinforcements into some 150 "no-go zones" around the country--and that was before the recent wave of riots began on Oct. 27. In France's "immigrant" neighborhoods, to borrow a phrase from the American military, "situation normal, all f---ed up."
Belatedly, French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin invoked a law left over from the French fight to hold onto Algeria 50 years ago that allows local governments to declare curfews. No-go zones would not be allowed, he said.
- See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2015/01/22/more-myth-no-go-zones-which-were-recognized-even-2005-european-riots#sthash.f0GnfB9g.dpuf
... In hundreds of French housing projects and ghettoes populated by mostly Muslim Arab and African immigrants and their French children and grandchildren, "normal" has been for years a sort of chronic intifada, even if it was invisible to most of France and the rest of the world. According to research conducted by the government's domestic intelligence network, the Renseignements Generaux, French police would not venture without major reinforcements into some 150 "no-go zones" around the country--and that was before the recent wave of riots began on Oct. 27. In France's "immigrant" neighborhoods, to borrow a phrase from the American military, "situation normal, all f---ed up."
Belatedly, French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin invoked a law left over from the French fight to hold onto Algeria 50 years ago that allows local governments to declare curfews. No-go zones would not be allowed, he said.
- See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2015/01/22/more-myth-no-go-zones-which-were-recognized-even-2005-european-riots#sthash.f0GnfB9g.dpuf

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