Reader comment on: European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain
Submitted by Annette, Feb 3, 2015 09:45
Well, nice to see some statistics. I was accused of racism and libel on Twitter when I agreed that there are no go zones in France, where I lived in Paris for 5 plus years; and I guess it does depend on how you define NO GO - however, when you are asked to leave a place due to your clothes, i.e. not Islamic, or the police or other authorities think twice about going to specific areas, then you have de facto no go zones, which is a tragedy, given that our national states in Europe build on common values and respect of the individual. I fear that our politicians have completely lost touch with and respect of our mutual humanistic heritage...
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