Nigel Farage states the obvious: Ghettos in French cities have become no-go zones for non-Muslims

Most big French cities have areas which have become “no-go zones” which non-Muslims and even police cannot enter, Nigel Farage has said.

The Ukip leader said that Britain and European countries have suffered from “moral cowardice” and allowed “big ghettos” to develop.

He said: “It’s happening right across Europe. We have got no-go zones in most of the big French cities. We’ve been turning a blind eye to preachers of hate that have been coming here from the Middle East and saying things for which the rest of us would be arrested.

“In parts of northern England we’ve seen the sexual grooming of under-age girls committed by Muslim men, in the majority, and for all of these things we are seeing the law not being applied equally, we’re seeing the police forces not doing their job because we’ve suffered from moral cowardice.

“We have through mass immigration and through not checking the details of those people who have come to our countries, we have allowed big ghettos to develop and when it comes to confronting tough issues we’re run a mile and that is why we’re in the mess we’re in, we’ve been led very badly.”

Mr Farage said that he is “hoping and praying” that similar no-go zones do not develop in British cities…

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  • Martin B

    “Hoping and praying” won’t be enough.

    • Frau Katze

      Not sure why it’s better in the UK. Maybe just fewer Muzz?

  • Brett_McS

    I liked his last point about his speech in the Euro parliament, that when he suggested that the politicians of Europe should start with an apology to the citizens for bringing in these savages, it was met with a stony silence.

  • Jay Currie

    Apparently there are parts of some UK cities which are overwhelmingly Muslim. But the composition of the Muslim population is significantly different from France’s. Lots of Pakistani entrepreneurs. Running a corner store integrates you a bit. It also keeps you off benefits.

    Now, some of that has faded in the last few years and there are real issues with radicalisation; but the really brutal discrimination in France is not so apparent in England. It also helps that England’s economy is growing where France’s is stagnant.

    • Brett_McS

      That’s true. Similarly, in Australia, a lot of the Muslims are from South East Asia, particularly Indonesia. Never hear a peep from them; they are too busy working.

  • Xavier

    A commenter over at AoSHQ said “when you cede territory, they aren’t immigrants. They’re colonists.”