At a refugee center in Lunde, Norway, Sudanese migrants were offered a course for European assimilation in 2015. The precise topic? Violence against women. In predominately Muslim countries, women are not permitted to dress in the contemporary Western fashion, that is, with shorts and tank tops. Modesty is not merely valued in Islamic countries, it is mandatory. According to the New York Times, some confused refugees chose to partake in the controversial program that seeks to “prevent sexual and other violence by helping male immigrants from societies that are largely segregated or in which women show neither flesh nor public affection to adapt to more open European societies.”
Katerina Nikolas, a writer at Digital Journal, has covered the steady stream of cases in the U.K. where “under-privileged young English girls have been targeted, groomed and raped by gangs of what the British press euphemistically refers to as Asian men. However, the published names of the perpetrators are primarily of Pakistan and Afghanistan origin when the gang rapists appear in court. The Asian gangs do not contain rapists from China, Japan, and the Philippines.”
The Archbishop of Cranmer’s blogspot has also noted the prominence of Muslim men as major promulgators of European gang activity:
“The convicted men are all Muslims. At least, they have recognizably Islamic names. Yet the mainstream press are not reporting this fact. Is this religio-cultural aspect of French gang culture taboo? As much as it appears to be in the UK? Why the whitewash? Why the ethno-religious censorship? Why is the issue of gang-rape committed by young men identified as belonging to a particular minority background consistently suppressed? Are there reporting restrictions? Infringement of their human rights? A conspiracy of silence?”
The prominence of immigration-fuelled gang violence has led to the cropping up of unofficial “no-go zones,” areas that are deemed too dangerous for the average populace to venture in. In 2012, the now deceased Dr. Hamid Ghodse, member of the U.N.’s International Narcotics Control Board, claimed that Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool were all “no-go areas,” akin to Latin America’s notoriously violent favelas. Police officials denies this claim, stating that they “absolutely disagree that there are any ‘no-go areas’ in Liverpool.”
Today, however, footage has surfaced of Croxteth, a suburb in Liverpool, revealing a disturbing reality. In 2007, a police campaign named “Staysafe” was initiated in Croxteth, recognizing significant dangers extant in the neighborhood. Today, the area is seemingly desolate, with boarded up windows and garbage scattered in many lawns.
Watch the video (WARNING: strong language):
The massive influx of foreign nationals from third-world countries into Europe has evidently impacted historical European neighborhoods in a negative way. Similar cases of violence against European areas by refugees have been documented in Paris, France, Hamburg, Germany, and countless other prominent migration hotspots.
The above documentary was retrieved from Live Leak, uploaded by the user Twist9457 on August 10, 2017. How many European areas mimic the above catastrophic state of Liverpool? Statistics are hard to come by, but seeing that one-fifth of the total crimes in London are committed by foreign nationals and immigrants, it is valid to be convicted about the current refugee crisis.