Some of the countries which have taken in large numbers of refugees from third world countries now have no-go zones. They are areas that police and fire departments won’t visit because they are afraid of being attacked. The liberal media has repeatedly tried to “debunk” this as a myth.
The New York Times treated no-go zone characterizations as “exaggerations and distortions.”
But in the latest bombshell against the false narrative regarding the European situation, the German Chancellor herself, Angela Merkel, just talked about them, saying that there “are such areas”.
The German Chancellor confessed there are places in her nation “where people are afraid to go”.
During an interview with n-tv on Monday, she said: “The state has to ensure that whenever people move or meet in public areas they feel safe.”
“It means for example that there cannot be any no-go areas, that there cannot be areas where people are afraid to go – but such places are a reality.”
Dan Cadman from the Center for Immigration Studies explains why ‘no-go’ zones form:
“These (no-go) zones are fueled by the density of the unassimilated alien populations living within them, populations with cultural attitudes and values found in religiously conservative Muslim communities in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia.”
— Dan Cadman, Center for Immigration Studies
False migrant narrative crumbles as Merkel’s remark makes rest of German government “speechless”.
News Busters reports:
Merkel Acknowledges German No-Go Zones; Longtime Media Deniers Hardest Hit.
Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel recognized that Germany has “no-go areas” — places where police and public safety personnel cannot visit without risking serious physical harm. A short Associated Press item on her statement described “German officials” as “speechless.” It appears that the wire service’s Berlin reporter shared that assessment, and may even have believed that Merkel had fabricated her claim.
The AP reporter then cited two spokespersons, one for the chancellor and another for the nation’s Interior Ministry, who “declined to identify no-go areas.” Apparently that keeps hope alive for no-go zone deniers.
Merkel’s admission finally acknowledges that large portions of the nation’s migrant and previous immigrant populations have no intention of assimilating into German customs or adopting democratic values.
The “speechless” response among “German officials” is occurring only because Merkel dared to speak a truth that recognized by German law enforcement personnel for at least six years, and in other EU countries for longer than that.