Reader comment on: Inside Germany's No-Go Zones: Part I - North Rhine-Westphalia
Submitted by Julius Hollander, Nov 7, 2016 08:35
Police forces are organised to handle normal crime, not to deal with the take-over of areas by masses of people with no fear of retribution. Take-over of areas by masses of people inimical to society is INVASION and should be related to as WAR. In war, there are various means of vanquishing the enemy. The cheapest is by cutting off the resources of the enemy. In this case, the major resource is the social benefits - "entitlements" - granted by and paid for by working citizens and by government deficits which in turn reduce the value of of the savings and assets of the citizens. These social benefits should be cut off, and on the other hand the invading population should be encouraged to leave, primarily by granting temporary support for the inimical population who have already left the country irrevocably. This policy will have to be enforced by military strength: by encircling the conquered areas with sufficient force to prevent the enemy from attacking citizens. It may entail temporary relocation of citizens to safe areas.
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