Space, closed to the state
More and more closed areas are emerging in many European cities, where the state does not get, the police do not enter, where they live under the rule of mafia clans, Italian newspaper writes Newspaper. “These neighborhoods ... have become a closed space, into a hotbed of crime and radicalization ".
He studied this phenomenon in detail in 2018 Institute for Migration Studies in Budapest, discovering, that in European cities there are already more 900 areas, where the authorities have practically no access.
General Directorate of Security of France (DGSI) in January report 2020 year indicated the existence in the country of at least 150 areas, which are de jure considered "French", but de facto run and controlled by networks of radical Islamists or drug dealers. According to the organization European Eyeon Radicalization (Honor), today “it's hard to find a city in France, in which there is no at least one vulnerable urban zone ".
The same is observed in Germany. According to Deutsfromhe wave, Angela Merkel is still in 2018 year recognized the existence of such closed areas, stated, that "something needs to be done about this". Earlier, the Chief Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Germany Police Bernhard Wathout noted, that Muslim immigrants are declaring no-go zones in German cities at an alarming rate: "Of course, we know, where can we use the police car, and where only an armored personnel carrier. The reason is, that our colleagues can no longer feel safe two by two, and you need to be afraid to become a victim of a crime yourself… In these areas, no longer prove guilt and prosecute. Only in the worst cases do we at the police know anything about what happened.. State power in these areas is completely excluded ".
The Netherlands has at least 40 "Forbidden zones", of which the most famous is Schilderswijk, located in The Hague, can be considered a full-fledged ethnic enclave: by census 2008 and 2012 years the Dutch make up there less 10% of the total population - Turks and Moroccans.
In Sweden, which has some of the most liberal immigration laws in Europe, most of Malmö city, more 25% whose population is Muslim, is a restricted area for non-Muslims. Male unemployment there exceeds 80%.
In Brussels, in the shadow of the glass skyscrapers of the European Union, drug gangs and criminal groups from Albania and the Maghreb countries operate. Giornale calls Brussels "the new realm of the mafia". Members of this mafia control the territory, prostitution, smuggle drugs, robberies, money laundering, regulate illegal immigration.
Antwerp, the largest port in Europe, is also under the control of the mafia.. 27,6 tons of cocaine were seized in this port in the first three months alone 2021 of the year, which is three times more, than for the whole 2014 year. This is almost a third of all cocaine., intercepted in Europe.
Forbidden Zones, are the product of decades of "multiculturalism" politics, which led to the creation of parallel societies in European countries. according to the survey, held in 2019 year by the British organization Hope not Hate, a third of the British (32%) consider, that they have no access to neighborhoods outside the city. Birmingham, Where 21,8% population - Muslims, has several multi-ethnic areas, some of which are practically 100% are Muslim.
“Demographically, Britain is acquiring an increasingly Islamic face in places like this., like birmingham, Bradford, Derby, Dewsbury, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Sheffield, Waltham Forest and Tower Hamlets ", - reports London Gatestone Institute. AT 2015 year analysis of the most common name in England showed, what is it ... Muhammad. And four years ago, a radical group called on Muslims to start a campaign to transform twelve British cities., including "Londonistan", to independent Islamic states, living according to Sharia law, outside British jurisprudence.