In a speech given to local government leaders and business owners, French President Emmanuel Macron called on ordinary people to work with their local officials to help the stem the rapidly growing problem of ghettos and so called no-go-zones in the country.
France has over 1,500 “sensitive areas, where the country’s authorities are essentially powerless. These areas are generally populated by Muslim migrants and diaspora from the Middle East and Africa.
Macron called for a “society of vigilance” but did not give any clear strategy or actual policy guidelines to help stop the spread of no-go-zones.
All across Europe in countries that have seen large influxes of migrants are witnessing the phenomenon of “parallel societies” arising.
In 2011 a bombshell 2,200-page report was released by the French government titled “Suburbs of the Republic” it was revealed that hundreds of French suburbs are now effectively Islamist ran quasi statelets where French civil law is ignored in favour of Sharia.
The situation with these “separate Islamic societies” has only worsened since the report was published and the Muslim population of France continues to grow rapidly while more French Muslims feel disaffected and alienated from mainstream French society.
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