by CHRIS TOMLINSON
3 Mar 2018
For many years, the mainstream media has denied the existence of No Go Zones across various European countries. This is despite heavily migrant populated neighbourhoods turning into areas of high crime and danger for police and public alike.
This week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel shocked the world by admitting that even Germany, which has taken in well over a million migrants since the 2015 migrant crisis, has no-go zones.
Merkel, who was described as the “leader of the free world” by left-wing publication the Independent after the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, is only the latest European leader to recognize the problems within migrant enclaves.
Whether they are called no-go zones, vulnerable areas, as in Sweden, or sensitive urban areas (ZUS), as in France, their existence has become undeniable — as documented in an in-depth book by Breitbart London editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam recently.
Here are three times the mainstream media has denied the very existence of any no-go areas across Europe:
1. CNN Slammed Republican Bobby Jindal for Mentioning No-Go Zones in 2015
In January 2015, then-Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal spoke out about the formation of no-go zones across the European continent, saying he had “heard from folks here that there are neighbourhoods where women don’t feel comfortable going in without veils … We all know that there are neighbourhoods where police are less likely to go into.”
CNN published attacks on Jindal including an article entitled, “Europeans use lawsuits, laughter to knock down ‘no go’ claims,” in which the network dismissed Jindal’s claims.
CNN’s Laura Akhoun said the Paris area of Belleville, where she grew up, was not a no-go zone.
She did not mention the migrant-populated suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis famous for rioting and criminality to the point that the French publicly-owned courier Chronopost refuses to deliver to certain neighbourhoods in the area, for fear of employees being attacked.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper later apologised for the fact CNN had reported for the two years prior that no-go zones did, in fact, exist.
2. Buzzfeed Denied No-Go Zones Exist in Sweden